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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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SHOCKING VIDEO: New Rape Clinic For Men Opens In Sweden

This is an eye-opening story and should be shared worldwide… In Sweden, Muslim immigrants account for 5 percent of its population but commit 77 percent of its crime. Sweden’s “rape crisis” is a direct result of an influx of Muslim “asylum seekers.” Amnesty International reports that Sweden has the highest number of rapes in Europe and the lowest conviction rate. ...

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Huge explosion hits Turkish community building in Sweden

All the windows of the Turkish cultural building were blown out in the horror blast. It comes after 28 people were killed and dozens wounded in Turkey’s capital Ankara earlier on Wednesday (February 18) when a car laden with explosives detonated next to military buses near the armed forces’ headquarters, parliament and other government buildings. Omer Celik, spokesman for the Turkish government, said ...

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This could become Sweden’s biggest home for refugees

An iconic vessel which once travelled the globe as the world’s largest cruise ship could provide a temporary home for up to 1,800 refugees in Sweden if migration agency plans go ahead. In November The Local reported that Migrationsverket was hoping to use cruise ships to ease a housing shortage for the record number of people who have travelled to ...

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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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Eagles of Death Metal play in Paris for attack survivors

American rock band Eagles of Death Metal have played a concert in Paris – three months after Islamic extremists massacred 89 of their fans at the Bataclan theatre. The lead singer, Jesse Hughes, told the cheering crowd he wanted to finish the gig they’d started in November after receiving “overwhelming” support. The Bataclan survivors were all invited and many attended ...

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US uncovers Hizballah drug smuggling

Members a Lebanese Hizballah militant group were arrested on charges they used millions of dollars from the sale of cocaine in the US and Europe to purchase weapons in Syria, the US Drug Enforcement Administration [DEA] announced on Monday. Hizballah has sent troops to back Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the country’s almost five-year-old civil war. The group is designated ...

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Saudi Arabia launches military exercise with 20 nations

Saudi Arabia launched a massive military exercise that will include troops from 20 nations, state media reported Monday. The drill, dubbed North Thunder, involves Arab and Muslim countries, according to the Saudi Press Agency. It’s taking place in King Khalid Military City in northeastern Saudi Arabia. The news agency did not provide much information on what the exercise entails but ...

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Kim Bodnia: ‘Anti-semitism in Malmo made me quit’

Kim Bodnia and Sofia Helin starring in The Bridge  Photo: Carolina Romare Anti-semitism has become so bad in Malmo, the Swedish city where the hit television drama The Bridge is set, that it contributed to actor Kim Bodnia’s decision to quit the show. Bodnia, who plays Danish detective Martin Rohde, left fans of the Danish-Swedish drama devastated when he dropped ...

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