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Denmark Criminalizes Free Speech – Selectively

According to the court decision, pointing out the totalitarian and cruel aspects of Islam itself is now a criminal offense, considered “insulting and demeaning” to Muslims in Denmark and therefore constituting “racism.” In effect, this means that the court is conflating what might possibly constitute blasphemy with racism. Conversely, when a Danish imam called Jews “the offspring of apes and ...

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Pentagon : We watch ISIS’s chemical weapons capability ‘very closely’

Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said late Tuesday that the U.S. watches the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria’s (ISIS) emergent chemical weapons capability “very closely” and that it’s something the U.S. takes “action” against. “I’m just telling you it’s something we watch very closely and it’s something we take action against,” Carter said on PBS’s “Charlie Rose.” Carter’s comments come ...

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German health service facing €1BILLION deficit

Although the German government pays a lump sum to the country’s health insurance companies every time they treat an asylum, this apparently does not even cover half the cost. Currently the amount is €90 (£70) per person, but research over costs of treating asylum seekers in Hamburg has revealed it needs to be at least between €180 and €200 (£140 ...

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‘Death to America and Israel’ Chants in Iran

AFP / ATTA KENARE Iran celebrated the 37th anniversary of the 1979 Islamic revolution on Thursday, with plenty of anti-America, anti-Israeli, and anti-Western sentiment on hand, beyond re-enacting the capture of 10 American sailors in January. NBC News reports “tens of thousands of Iranians” marching through Azadi Square in Tehran, chanting “Death to America and Israel!” and waving signs with ...

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Global Jihad February 10, 2016

Main events of the week The main development of the week was the offensive by the Syrian Army, in the area north of Aleppo, which began on the day the Geneva III Conference started.The strategic goals of the Syrian offensive, as is evident from an interview with Bouthaina Shaaban, political and media adviser to Bashar Assad, are to take over ...

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10 Basic Questions for Ban Ki-moon

As UN chief Ban Ki-moon continues his high-profile visit to Canada today with an address at McGill University, my alma mater, I hope students will ask Mr. Ban 10 basic questions concerning U.N. actions over the past year, which new Prime Minister Justin Trudeau failed to ask yesterday: 5: If the UN Charter promises equality, why does the UNGA condemn ...

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ISIS ‘selling shrunken heads of decapitated victims on auction websites

WARNING: Graphic images some people might find disturbing: A preacher claims that the terrorist group are set to peddle sick mementos of their murderous crimes to collectors. ISIS terrorits have apparently taken to raising funds on auction websites A pastor has claimed ISIS are boosting their funds by selling shrunken heads from their decapitated victims on auction websites. The religious ...

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Iranians speak out over sexual harassment scandal

Allegations of sexual harassment at an Iranian TV station are emboldening Iranian women to break their silence and share their experiences of a problem traditionally not acknowledged inside the country. Sheena Shirani, a newsreader at Press TV, the state broadcaster’s English language news channel, broke the taboo by speaking out about sexual harassment she says she endured from two of ...

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Danish imam urges govt to accept child marriages among Muslims

A high-profile imam has urged the Danish government to accept child brides, as the practice is part of the culture of many refugees arriving in the country. It follows an announcement by Denmark that such couples will be separated under Danish law. Imam Oussama El-Saadi, of the Aarhus mosque in Denmark, said that child brides should be looked at from ...

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Sweden: The Death of the Most Generous Nation on Earth

The Swedish Migration Agency in Malmo, the southern port city on the border with Denmark, occupies a square brick building at the far edge of town. On the day that I was there, Nov. 19, 2015, hundreds of refugees, who had been bused in from the train station, queued up outside in the chill to be registered, or sat inside ...

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