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Criticising migration could become CRIMINAL offence under new United Nations plan

A LEADING MEP has warned EU citizens they could be “jailed” for criticising migration policies if a new United Nations agreement is acted upon. By – Thomas Hunt Scroll 4Video The United Nations Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration seeks to make immigration a universal human right. MEP Marcel de Graaff said: “I would like to say some words on the ...

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Islam’s domination at Europe of now officially

According to the European Court of Human Rights, the feelings of Muslims are more important than liberty.  A critique of the Religion of Peace can be deemed a threat to “religious peace.” By – Thomas Panis Becket Adams explains in the Washington Examiner: The European Court of Human Rights ruled this week that defaming the Prophet Muhammad is not protected speech.  More specifically, the ...

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Afganistan: Badghis Husband Kills his 9-Year-Old Wife

A Badghis man allegedly beat and strangled his nine-year-old wife to death on Sunday night, provincial officials confirmed on Monday. By – tolonews.com The incident took place in Kadanak village of Qads district of the province due to “family issues,” a spokesman for the provincial governor Naqibullah Amini confirmed. He said the child “named Samia had been married to (the suspect) Sharafuddin for two years.” “The man fled the area ...

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Stockholm refuses to stop childhood marriage

This summer, many children will begin their summer vacation for the year. A longing for independence and freedom. But some children are facing weeks of fear and terror in front of them. For them, the summer represents the beginning of a life of unrest. By – Brünnhilde Every summer, girls from Stockholm‘s schools disappear and never come back again. They are ...

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Europe Is Committing Suicide

“We need urgent, wholesale reform of human rights laws in this country to make sure they cannot be twisted to serve the interests of those who would harm our society.” — UK Justice Secretary, Chris Grayling, January 2015. Via: Judith Bergman        Swedish intelligence deemed him too dangerous to stay in Sweden, so the immigration authorities sought to have ...

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The Suicide Of Europe

British journalist and public intellectual Douglas Murray — who, for the record, is a) conservative, b) atheist, and c) openly gay — says that Europe is well on its way to civilizational suicide. Excerpts:  Via: Rod Dreher  Europe is committing suicide. Or at least its leaders have decided to commit suicide. Whether the European people choose to go along with this ...

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Tillerson To U.N. Rights Council: Reform or We’re Leaving

The Trump administration is threatening a withdrawal from the U.N. Human Rights Council if it does not undertake “considerable reform,” Secretary of State Rex Tillerson warned a group of nine non-profit organizations in a letter this week. Via: foreignpolicy.com The correspondence, obtained by Foreign Policy, explains the Trump administration’s rationale for considering a departure from the 47-member organization. An immediate withdrawal from ...

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Turkey targets Dutch with diplomatic sanctions as ‘Nazi’ row escalates

Turkey said on Monday it would suspend high-level diplomatic relations with the Netherlands after Dutch authorities prevented its ministers from speaking at rallies of expatriate Turks, deepening the row between the two NATO allies. Via: reuters.com  The sanctions – which include a ban on the Dutch ambassador and diplomatic flights from the Netherlands but do not appear to include economic measures ...

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UN accuses Turkey of rights violations in operations against Cizre’s Kurds

When a man in the Turkish town of Cizre was told his sister had been killed, his family was invited to pick up her remains from the public prosecutor’s office. Via: bbc.com But all they received were three small pieces of charred flesh – and no information on how she died. His account from February 2016 is among many included in ...

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Swedish Prime Minister brings up human rights on Iran visit

Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven says he discussed human rights with Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani during an official visit to Tehran.  Via: thelocal.se  Following a meeting with Rouhani, Löfven told reporters that improved trade with Iran would be beneficial for the country’s development and people, as well as for Swedish business. “It will create jobs in Sweden,” said Löfven to Swedish ...

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