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France’s Marine Le Pen ordered psychiatric tests over jihadist group tweets

French far-right leader Marine Le Pen expressed outrage Thursday after being ordered to undergo psychiatric tests for tweeting pictures of atrocities committed by the Islamic State group. By -france24  Le Pen shared the gruesome images in December 2015, a few weeks after IS jihadists killed 130 people in attacks in Paris, sparking widespread condemnation in France. The 50-year-old leader of the National ...

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Driver shouting ‘allahu akbar’ ploughs into crowd in south France

POLICE in France have arrested a man on suspicion of attempted murder after he ploughed his car into a crowd while shouting “Allah Akbar”. By – Carly Read The 32-year-old suspect mowed down two suspects who have been rushed to hospital following the shock incident at 1am in Nimes, southern France, where bystanders had gathered in preparation for the region’s annual ...

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The Swedish Welfare State Leads to Poor Immigrant Assimilation

Leftist experts routinely praise the country for its generous welfare state, and cast shame on countries in the Anglo sphere, such as the United States, for not adopting Nordic style welfare systems. By – José Niño Although Scandinavian countries feature sizeable welfare states, they are far from socialist. However, the presence of welfare mechanisms in an economy can still be problematic. ...

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Muslim couple denied Swiss citizenship over handshake refusal

The Swiss city of Lausanne has blocked a Muslim couple’s bid to become Swiss nationals over their refusal to shake hands with members of the opposite sex. By – Bridie Pearson-Jones Scroll 4Video The municipality refused to grant the couple’s citizenship application due to ‘their lack of respect for gender equality’ Lausanne mayor Gregoire Junod said. He said a municipal commission ...

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Sweden must copy France’s approach to Islamic intolerance

There are 960 miles as the crow flies between Paris and Stockholm, but when it comes to dealing with Islam they are separated by light years. In France this week there has been something of a kerfuffle caused by a Gap back-to-school campaign that features a young girl in a hijab. By – Gavin Mortimer One female MP from Emmanuel Macron’s ruling ...

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Israel Seizes Swedish Activist Ship en Route to Gaza

The Israel Navy seized a ship overnight Friday sailing from Europe in an attempt to break the naval blockade on the Gaza Strip, the military said.  By – Reuters The ship was brought to Israel’s port of Ashdod and the passengers were transferred for medical treatment, the IDF added. “The forces made it clear to the ship’s passengers that they are violating ...

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Gaddafi’s Prophecy for Europe is Coming True

The flow of migrants coming to Europe from Africa is likely to grow in the coming years, For decades Libya served as a firewall halting the tide of refugees heading to the EU. Now when Libya lies in ruins European leaders see that late Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was right, Schwarz stressed. By – Bernhard Schwarz Scroll 4video Former Libyan leader ...

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Denmark’s burqa ban comes into force

A burqa ban has come into force in Denmark with protests expected over the new law that could see repeat offenders jailed for up to six months. By –  AP  Scroll 4video Restrictions on Islamic face veils were approved by MPs in May after being brought forward by the country’s centre-right coalition, known for tightening asylum and immigration rules in recent years. ...

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France Saint-Denis: 300,000 illegal migrants are living in one French suburb

On a steamy summer’s night, the sounds and smells are of Africa. Hawkers grill meat on fires built inside shopping trolleys. By – Andrew Malone Scroll 4video Others sell corn, which pops on the flames. People jostle and sweat; thick smoke hangs in the air. West African women — les Reines de Marchand, the Queens of the Market — sell fake ...

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Iran’s Long History of Terror and Espionage in Europe

The Iranian regime’s potent espionage and assassination network in Europe has operated largely without interruption since the Islamic revolution of 1979. European governments have caught and imprisoned individual terrorists, yet they fail to deter Tehran because they only punish the perpetrators, not the regime that gives them their orders. By – Toby Dershowitz & Benjamin Weinthal German prosecutors have filed charges of conspiracy ...

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