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Sweden’s Green Party: Advocate for more generous immigration policy

Sweden needs to introduce a generous immigration policy again. That was the message from Isabella Lovin of the Green (Environment) Party during Ekot’s party leadership inquiry yesterday. By – Elodie Lewis After the refugee/asylum crisis of 2015, Sweden introduced a stronger immigration policy, including temporary residence permits instead of permanent permits. But the Green Party wants to go back to the ...

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NSA Cracked Open Encrypted Networks of Russian Airlines, Al Jazeera, and Other “High Potential” Targets

THE NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY successfully broke the encryption on a number of “high potential” virtual private networks, including those of media organization Al Jazeera, the Iraqi military and internet service organizations, and a number of airline reservation systems, according to a March 2006 NSA document. By – Micah Lee A virtual private network, or VPN, uses an encrypted connection to enable users to ...

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Al-Azhar University a Global Security Threat

Al-Azhar University, the world’s largest Sunni Islamic educational institution, is where many of the world’s most brutal terrorists received their formal religious training. This is to be expected, given the nature of the material taught there. Al-Azhar has thousands of affiliated mosques, schools, learning centers, and universities around the world, such as the Islamic American University in Michigan. The institution has also ...

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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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London Gave Shelter to Radical Islam and Now It’s Paying the Price

The U.K. has mistakenly subcontracted the management of its Muslim population to community brokers. British law enforcement struggling to cope with a burgeoning wave of terrorism? It’s the ghost of the Raj, British rule in India, that has come back to haunt Britain, says Gilles Kepel, a leading French expert on fundamentalist Islam and the author of “Terror in France: ...

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Jihadists Trying to Provoke Retaliation and Conflict in Europe

One of the world’s leading authorities on Islamist and jihadist ideology has said militants are trying to provoke retaliation and conflict in the West, so Muslims will “rise up” and side with extremists. Via: Liam  Deacon                 Gilles Kepel, a French specialist in the Middle East and Muslims in the West, who was one ...

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The Chinese Approach to Radical Islam

There are roughly 22 million Muslims living in China today. The dominant Muslim minority group is the Uyghurs, a Sunni population who speak a Turkish dialect and live in the northwestern province of Xinjiang, home to 10 million Chinese Muslims. Via: jcpa.org Unlike other Muslim groups, Uyghurs have demanded their independence and have sought to establish a separate political and religious ...

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FBI releases never-before-seen 9/11 photos at Pentagon

The FBI has re-released a series of photos that document the horrific terror attack at the Pentagon on September 11, 2001, which left 184 people dead. Via: cnn.com The 27 photos document the aftermath of the attacks, including images of the building’s exterior, the overhead and images of first responders, who rushed to the scene. American Airlines Flight 77, traveling from ...

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