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Syria announces new offensive, diplomats fail to renew truce

Syria announced a new offensive against rebel-held areas of Aleppo on Thursday while diplomats failed to find a way in New York to revive a U.S. and Russian-brokered ceasefire that collapsed this week. Warplanes mounted the heaviest air strikes in months against rebel-held districts of Syria’s commercial hub and largest city, dealing a fresh blow to efforts to end Syrian ...

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What Is Hidden Behind the “Burkini Ban” in France

In thirty years, France has undergone an accelerated process of Islamization. Yusuf al-Qaradawi, spiritual leader of the main Islamic movement in France, explained how Muslims living in the West have to proceed: they may use terror, they may use seduction, exploit Westerners’ sense of guilt, grab public spaces, change laws, and create their own society inside Western societies until they ...

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Denmark leads effort to stop money flow to Isis

A former head of the Danish Security and Intelligence Service (PET) has been tapped to dry up the finances of terror group Isis. Denmark will take the lead in a new effort by the international coalition against Isis to drain the extremists of money. The group focusing on Isis’s finances will be headed up by Jens Madsen, a former PET ...

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Meet Denmark’s new anti-immigration party

A new political party that promises a stricter immigration policy than the Danish People’s Party combined with a libertarian economic outlook will be on the ballot the next time Denmark holds an election. The party Nye Borgerlige, which roughly translates to ‘The New Right’ (a spokesperson told The Local that it did not have an official English name), has surpassed ...

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No-go zones ‘do not exist in Sweden’

Sweden’s embassy in Budapest has sharply rebuked Hungary after an official leaflet claimed that Stockholm and other European cities had become “no-go areas”. Flyers warning of “hundreds of no-go areas in European cities”, which highlighted Stockholm along with London, Brussels, Marseille, Berlin and the Copenhagen-Malmö area, were this month sent to millions of households in Hungary ahead of its referendum ...

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French Children Prepare for Terrorist Threat With Drills at School

At a briefing for parents last week, the principal at a preschool in western Paris ran through the usual back-to-school checklist and scolded those bringing their children late. Then he turned to a new item on the agenda: “intrusion alert” drills to prepare teachers and children in case terrorists attempt to storm the school. “The schools are targeted by terrorists,” ...

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Angela Merkel admits she lost control of refugee crisis in Germany

German Chancellor Angela Merkel wishes she could turn back the clock on her refugee policy, she has admitted. Ms Merkel took responsibility for her conservative party’s second electoral defeat in two weeks in Berlin on Sunday, as voters rejected her open-door policy just a year before a federal election. “For some time, we didn’t have enough control,” the chancellor said ...

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Croatia: No More Invaders Allowed

No more Third World invaders will be allowed to pass through the territory of Croatia, its president Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic has announced. Speaking during a press conference in New York, President Grabar-Kitarovic said that if a “new migrant wave” reaches Croatia, they would not be allowed to pass through. “Croatia will not let migrants pass through its territory, because the borders ...

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Eastern Europe: The Last Barrier between Christianity and Islam

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is the Eastern nemesis of the European elite. No one else in Europe except him speaks about defending “Christianity.” “Those arriving have been raised in another religion, and represent a radically different culture. Most of them are not Christians, but Muslims … This is an important question, because Europe and the European identity is rooted ...

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Austria begins work for HUGE fence along length of Hungarian border

AUSTRIA has begun preparation work for a fence which could quickly be erected along its border with Hungary. The fence could be put along the crossing that hundreds of thousands of migrants used during a wave of arrivals a year ago. The preparations, which involve burying vertical pipes in the ground into which fence poles can be inserted, began on ...

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