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Muslim asylum seekers killed 182 people and injured 814 in Europe since 2014

Muslim asylum seekers have murdered or injured more than 1,000 people in terror attacks in Europe since 2014, a new report has revealed. By –  Ian Drury In the past four years, 32 Islamist plots have involved those who had sought sanctuary – or 16 per cent. Three of the potential atrocities were in the UK, including Parson Green tube bomber ...

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Islamic civilization: What Happens to Christians There Will Come To Europe

“Be careful, be very careful. What has happened here will come to you.” — An elderly priest in Iraq, to Father Benedict Kiely. Last year, more than 90,000 people chose to drop out of the Church of Sweden — almost twice as many as the year before. Meanwhile, in one year, 163,000 migrants, most of them Muslim, entered the country. ...

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Islam and Multiculturalism in Germany- March 2017

Police knew as early as March 2016 that Anis Amri, the 31-year-old Tunisian who carried out the December 19 jihadist attack on the Christmas market in Berlin, was planning an attack, but he was not deported because he did not have a passport. Via:  Soeren Kern Humboldt University will become the sixth university in Germany to teach Islamic theology. Berlin ...

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Somali Muslim migrant rapes two disabled men, kills victim’s elderly wife

An 18-year-old broke into the sheltered accommodation in Neuenhaus, Germany Police say he sneaked into the room of a 59-year-old paralysed man to rape him After ‘raping the first man, he moved to an adjoining room to rape a second man’ He was caught by the victim’s wife who he then killed, according to the police Via: dailymail.co.uk  A Somalian Muslim ...

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German police accused of Christmas market attack cover-up

New documents suggest that the German police knew more about the threat posed by Tunisian terrorist Anis Amri than claimed, according to reports. Via: irishtimes.com German police have been accused of failing to act on warnings about Berlin Christmas market attacker Anis Amri, and covering their tracks after he killed 11 people last December. Berlin politicians are calling for a full, ...

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Austria: Does the Church Really Care about Terrorism?

The Austrian Military Intelligence Service has predicted that up to 15 million migrants from Africa could arrive in the EU by 2020.  Via: gatestoneinstitute.org Cardinal Christoph Schönborn, Archbishop of Vienna, recently admitted on Austrian television that he had come to “rethink” his approach to the migrant crisis: Instead of accepting all the refugees, aid should be given in the Middle East ...

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German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel calls for ban on Islamist mosques

Social Democrats leader and German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel has called for tougher measures against Islamist trends in Germany. His demands come just weeks after the “Islamic State”-claimed terror attack in Berlin. Via: dw.com In an interview with German weekly Der Spiegel, German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said that “Salafist mosques must be banned, communities dissolved, and the preachers should be expelled ...

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Germany: 300 cases of Muslims migrant welfare fraud in ONE city

AN INVESTIGATION has been launched after more than 300 cases of welfare fraud by asylum seekers were discovered in one German city – a scam which could have cost taxpayers up to £4.2million (€5million) A special commission has been launched in the north German city in Brunswick, where one fraudster is believed to have used as many as 12 different ...

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Copenhagen police increase security after Berlin attack

Police in the Danish capital will be out in larger numbers after as a result of the attack on the Christmas market in Berlin. Copenhagen Police announced on Tuesday that police presence would be beefed up at local Christmas markets and the popular shopping street Strøget following Monday night’s deadly lorry attack in Berlin. “We have further increased our presence ...

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