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Paris Residents Threaten Hunger Strike If Migrants Aren’t Cleared From The Streets

Residents in a Paris neighborhood have threatened to launch a hunger strike if authorities don’t remove migrants sleeping on the streets. Via: Jacob Bojesson Locals accuse the migrants of trashing the sidewalks and harassing women. A neighborhood association has given authorities until Jan. 1 to tackle the problem before members go on a hunger strike. “The pavement is sometimes soaked in ...

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Last month at the Hell Hole that is Brussels

Last month alone in Brussels, there were three separate outbreaks of rioting and looting on a major scale. Via: Drieu Godefridi If you penetrate the thick cloud of professional indignation to scrutinize the reality of the “capital of Europe”, what you see in many respects is actually a hell hole, one where socialism, Islamism, riots and looting are the new normal. ...

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European Court to Decide if Islamic Sharia Law Can Override a Nation’s Civil Law

Can Islamic religious sharia law override a country’s domestic law in Europe? That’s a question the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights is weighing. Via: Mark Martin  The Court heard a case this week that involves applying sharia law to a disagreement between citizens of Greece who are Muslims. The non-profit organization based in London, Christian Concern, intervened in the ...

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British defence secretary: Isis fighters should be hunted down and killed

Britons who have fought for Islamic State abroad should be hunted down and killed to ensure they never return to the UK, the defence secretary, Gavin Williamson, has said. Via: Jessica Elgot In the strongest remarks yet from a senior cabinet minister, Williamson suggested there was deliberate targeting of British jihadists by the armed forces fighting Isis as the group retreats in Syria and ...

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EU takes Hungary to ECJ over crackdown aimed at George Soros

The EU is taking Hungary to the European court of justice (ECJ) over Viktor Orbán’s crackdown on political freedoms and a leading university, as Brussels steps up its fight to protect democratic values in central Europe. Via: Jennifer Rankin The Hungarian government was referred on Thursday to the court in relation to a higher education law that could force the closure of Central ...

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Islamism in the Heart of France

On all questions dedicated to immigration and Islam, France’s Council of State has become an Islamo-leftist body, dedicated to encouraging Muslim immigration and protecting the expansion of Islam and Islamism in France. Via: Yves Mamou   The government wanted to expel foreign workers immediately after the cancellation of their work permit. Due to the Council of State, deportation was delayed by ...

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Berlin “Museum of Martyrs” shocks with Bataclan martyrs display

A Berlin art installation dedicated to “martyrs” has prompted outrage by including one of the Paris jihadist terrorists alongside the likes of Martin Luther King and Socrates, with the French embassy calling the display “deeply shocking.” Via: Christophe Levent   The so-called “Martyr Museum” by a Danish art collective shows the portraits of 20 people throughout history who “died for their ...

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Germans see Trump as bigger problem than North Korea or Russia

Germans see U.S. President Donald Trump as a bigger challenge for German foreign policy than authoritarian leaders in North Korea, Russia or Turkey, according to a survey by the Koerber Foundation. Via: Noah Barkin   Topping the list of foreign policy concerns were refugees, with 26 percent of respondents worried about Germany’s ability to cope with inflows of asylum seekers. Relations with ...

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Halal supermarket in Paris is ordered to close after refusing to sell pork and alcohol

Good Price mini-market in Colombes, Paris, threatened with closure last year  It was violating terms of its lease which required it to be a ‘general food store’ But owner Soulemane Yalcin still refused to have alcohol and pork on shelves The court of Nanterre on Monday ruled that he must leave and pay £3,500 Via: Charlie Moore     A French halal ...

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“Black Widow of the jihad” stripped of Belgian citizenship

The Court of Appeal in Brussels has ruled that a 58-year-old women convicted of recruiting young Brussels Muslims to fight in the so-called “holy war” in Afghanistan be stripped of her Belgian citizenship. Via: deredactie.be Malika El Aroud now only has Moroccan citizenship. In 2010 she was sentenced to 8 years in prison and fined 5,000 euro for terrorist-related offences. In ...

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