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Norway to Cancel Refugee Status, Send Back 1,600 Asylum Seekers

The Norwegian government rejects human rights activists’ claims that this step violates international rules and undermines integration efforts. By – Europe Norway has announced plans to deprive 1,600 Somali immigrants of their refugee status, as their homeland is considered safe enough to return to, the newspaper Nettavisen reported. According to the Norwegian government, Islamists from al-Shabaab have been pushed back in Somalia, which despite ongoing battles has evolved from a failed state ...

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Germany’s interior minister: ‘Migration is the mother of all problems’

Seehofer defended the Chemnitz protesters by calling for action on migration  Murder of Daniel Hillig sparked marches and counter-protests in Chemnitz  The protests were organised by far-right groups with many people arrested German minister Seehofer said those who broke the law would be prosecuted Angela Merkel is due to visit Chemnitz imminently in the wake of the protests By – George ...

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Google’s pro-Muslim algorithms

Back in 2007, the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) lobbied the United Nations to impose worldwide blasphemy laws.  Even though the resolution enjoyed the support of many non-OIC members and even though it appealed to Western liberal thinking by arguing that “unrestricted and disrespectful freedom of opinion creates hatred and is contrary to the spirit of peaceful dialogue and promotion of multiculturalism,” the ...

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Italy and Hungary Create ‘Anti-Immigration front’

“We are close to a historic turning point at the continental level. I am astonished at the stupor of a political left that now exists only to challenge others and believes that Milan should not host the president of a European country, as if the left has the authority to decide who has the right to speak and who does ...

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Multiculturalism in Britain: July 2018

Not a single Christian was among the 1,112 Syrian refugees resettled in Britain in the first three months of 2018. The Home Office agreed to resettle only Muslims and rejected the four Christians recommended by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). By – Soeren Kern “Why, when so many in authority knew the scale and severity of this crime, ...

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Germany RIOTS: Thousands of right activists in clashes with left in migrant row

Rival protests over a murder in the east German city of Chemnitz have ended with several people injured as objects were hurled by both sides, police say. By – bbc.com Far-right activists had gathered in the centre for a second day as a Syrian and an Iraqi remained under arrest on suspicion of Sunday’s deadly stabbing. Anti-Nazi activists rallied just metres ...

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Belgium will not accept any illegal immigrants any more

Belgium will not receive illegal immigrants coming from Northern Africa on boats. This was confirmed by Asylum Secretary Theo Francken after Italy’s deputy PM Luigi Di Maio had uttered a threat. By – Brünnhilde Di Maio, who belongs to the anti-establishment Five Star Movement, said that his party will block Italy’s annual European contribution worth 20 billion euros if the refugees ...

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Defence minister fury over Finland troops’ veggie meals

Defence minister Jussi Niinisto says the move “seems to be an ideological decision”, adding “no army can fight on lentil soup”. By – sky.com Finland‘s defence minister has said soldiers are being subjected to “forced feeding” after the army announced it would introduce two vegetarian meals a week. Jussi Niinisto was left perplexed by the decision, which he is understood to ...

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Finland walking in Sweden way of No go zones and suburban gangs

The signs of emerging suburban gangs that were observed in Sweden 10 years ago can be observed in Finland today, says Kai Mykkänen (NCP), the Minister of the Interior. Finland, he affirms, can nonetheless avoid the fate of its western neighbor by making the right investments in preventive efforts. By – Brünnhilde “Yes, it’s absolutely clear that the signs are there,” I ...

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Turkey Is Not A Part Of NATO’s Future

Loving one’s native culture and feeling comfortable in it is normal. Western leaders have respected the rights of new immigrants to love the cultures from which they have come. But unfortunately, those same leaders are tearing apart their own cultures by turning love of one’s own country into an unforgivable sin, when it is expressed by native citizens of Western ...

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