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The European Court of Human Rights: Insulting Prophet Muhammad not ‘free speech

The European Court of Human Rights ruled Thursday that an Austrian woman’s criminal conviction and fine for her statements accusing the Prophet Muhammad of pedophilia did not breach her right to free speech. By – Europe The woman, named only as ES by the court, had held seminars on Islam in 2008 and 2009 for the far-right Freedom Party (FPO) ...

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England: Police chief says he does not have resources to tackle terrorism

England’s counter terror chief today warned that he does not have the resources needed to fight the growing threat from extremists.  By – Kate Ferguson Neil Basu said the work of counter terror police runs ‘red hot’ as officers scramble to identify and thwart plots to kill on Britain’s streets. He confirmed that 700 terror investigations are being carried out ...

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London knife crime hits highest level ever recorded

Knife crime in London has risen to its highest ever level with nearly 15,000 offences committed during the past year, according to figures out today. By – Martin Bentham The Office for National Statistics said the total of 14,987 knife crimes in the year to the end of June was a 15 per cent rise on the comparable figure 12 months earlier. It includes ...

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‘Goodbye Merkel!’ Salvini’s BRUTAL words to EU leaders

Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative allies in Bavaria have had their worst election performance for more than 60 years securing just 37.3 percent of the vote in a huge blow to her fragile three-party coalition government. By – Sorcha Bradley Scroll 4Video In a scathing tweet, Italian deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini claimed the electoral blow to Mrs Merkel’s government showed “the old ...

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The Islamic State Recruiting in Spain’s Prisons

The group — which Spain’s Interior Ministry described as a jihadi “Prisons Front” (“frente de cárceles“) — was engaged in recruiting, indoctrinating and radicalizing other inmates, as well as in plotting new jihadi attacks. By – Soeren Kern “We want to prepare ourselves for the jihad for Allah. I have good news: I have created a new group, we are willing ...

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Manchester mosque sermon ‘called for armed jihad’

A sermon at the mosque where the Manchester bomber worshipped called for the support of armed jihadist fighters, according to two Muslim scholars. By – Ed Thomas and Noel Titheradge Scroll 4Video An imam at Didsbury Mosque in December 2016 was recorded praying for “victory” for “our brothers and sisters right now in Aleppo and Syria and Iraq”. Scholars Usama Hasan ...

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Poland defies EU over Supreme Court judge appointments

Poland’s president on Wednesday named 27 new Supreme Court judges as part of legal changes by the country’s ruling conservatives amid a protracted standoff with Brussels over alleged rule-of-law breaches. By – thenews.pl The new judges appointed by President Andrzej Duda are expected to work in the top court’s Civil Law and Criminal Law Chambers as well as its newly created ...

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Denmark refuses to accept any quota refugees in 2018

Denmark will not be accepting any quota refugees for 2018, according to the immigration and integration minister, Inger Støjberg. By – Christian W The decision means Denmark hasn’t accepted any quota refugees since 2015 and remains the only country to halt its intake of the so-called resettlement refugees. “Even though we’ve seen better control on the flow of refugees, we are ...

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Turkey radicalize Sleepy Europe, sending “Refugees”, Radical Imams and building Mosques

The Turkish President has demanded an ‘end to racism’ while criticising the treatment of Germany’s national football team players during a controversial state visit. By – Claire Anderson President Erdogan spoke out today at the inauguration ceremony of Europe’s biggest mosque in Cologne. He decried the backlash against Mesut Ozil and Ilkay Gundogan for taking a picture with him in London earlier ...

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Swiss parliament accepts plan to strip asylum rights from those travelling home

A proposition put forward by the Swiss people’s party (UDC/SVP) to strip asylum from those travelling to their home country was accepted by 129 members of the National Council and rejected by 57.  By – Brünnhilde The UDC argued that returning home for a holiday or to visit parents proves the refugee is not threatened or persecuted there and should should ...

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