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Merkel Says Germany Won’t Stop Accepting Muslims Refugees

German Chancellor Angela Merkel reacted to her party’s latest electoral loss by sticking to her migration policy on Monday but acknowledging, more explicitly than before, that she had made mistakes along the way. Ms. Merkel described her center-right Christian Democratic Union’s second-place performance in Sunday’s election in the city-state of Berlin as a “very unsatisfactory, disappointing” result. She acknowledged widespread ...

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Create a free zone for Muslim refugees in Sweden

Sweden may establish a free zone for refugees where they will be completely self-sufficient. They may in that event live and work there, without any cost for Swedish taxpayers. It suggests Romer, incoming chief economist at the World Bank. – The refugee issue is a huge problem, but there are possible solutions. Sweden, a sparsely populated country, would be able ...

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Muslim Man Stabs Teen Girl 100 Times After She Answers His Simple Question

A teenager was stabbed more than 100 times by her Muslim lover in front of her terrified toddler son because she would not get him a glass of water – and only survived by playing dead. Savage Jamiv Usman launched the terrifying attack on the 19-year-old after exploding with anger when she refused his demand for a drink. The woman, who ...

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Palestinians Arab: Jibril Rajoub and the “Merry Christmas Group”

Jibril Rajoub, chairman of the Palestinian Football Association and a top official of Fatah and the Palestinian Authority (PA) in the West Bank, made the offensive remarks during a recent interview with an Egyptian television station. Many Palestinian Christians said that Rajoub’s derogatory remarks would further heighten tensions between them and Muslims. They pointed out that the top PA official ...

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ISIS Terror Attacks Sweep US

A wave of ISIS-inspired terrorist attacks have swept the United States, including pipe bombs in New Jersey, pressure cooker bombs in New York City, and an “Allah Akbar” stabbing attack in Minnesota, all over the space of 24 hours. At least 29 people were injured in the attacks, and the Muslim stabber was killed in Minnesota. No one was injured ...

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Austrian cardinal claims many Muslims want an ‘Islamic invasion of Europe’

An Austrian cardinal, thought by many to be a front runner for the next papacy, has claimed “many Muslims” are trying to conquer Christian Europe. Speaking at the festival of the ‘Holy Name of Mary’,  Archbishop of Vienna Cardinal Christoph Schönborn called for God to show mercy on Europe and its people who “are in danger of forfeiting our Christian ...

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Children under 10 flagged for deradicalisation every day

Children aged nine and under are being referred to a government deradicalisation programme nearly every day as new figures show the number of young people being reported as potential extremists has almost doubled in a year. A total of 4,611 people, half of them children and teens, have been flagged up for possible intervention to stop them falling under the ...

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Swedish migration minister admits refugee crisis fears

At the peak of the refugee crisis last year, Sweden’s Migration Minister feared that Sweden would be so overwhelmed by the number of asylum seekers coming into the country that tens of thousands of them might end up sleeping rough in freezing temperatures. At the peak of the refugee crisis last year, Sweden’s migration minister feared that the country would ...

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Denmark eyes potential ‘screening’ of citizens

Two right-wing parties want everyone applying for Danish citizenship to face questioning about their viewpoints, including in some cases from the politicians themselves. Not content with new tougher citizenship requirements that took effect in October, the Conservatives and the Danish People’s Party want would-be Danes to undergo an in-person screening process. Conservative MP Naser Khader told Politiken on Friday that ...

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This is what Aleppo is

Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson made it clear that he has no idea what the city of Aleppo is, which is rather problematic for someone who is running for president. The former governor of New Mexico was asked Thursday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” what he’d do about the catastrophic situation in the besieged Syrian city. “What is Aleppo?” he responded. Well, Gary, this is what Aleppo is 1. Primary Arena In The Battle For Syria The government of Syrian President Bashar al Assad has been battling rebel groups since 2012 for control of what was once Syria’s largest city and its business hub. None of the international attempts to put in place “cessation of hostilities” agreements have worked, mainly because Russia continues to support the Assad regime with airstrikes. The city is under constant fire. “Death provides a relief for those civilians living here,” aid worker Rami Adham told The Huffington Post earlier this year. “I’ve numerous times people congratulating each other on the loss of certain relatives.” A photo of 5 ­year ­old Omran Daqneesh, covered in blood and dust following a bombing in Aleppo, went viral several weeks ago due to its raw depiction of the suffering residents face day in and day out. 2. Millions Of Displaced People Constant streams of airstrikes and a total lack of food, shelter and medical supplies have turned Aleppo into a totally uninhabitable place. For those civilians who survive the strikes, they’re often required to leave their homes in search of relative safety. Sometimes, military attacks have displaced upwards of 25,000 people in one night. People are forced to move into unstable displaced persons camps, joining the ranks of almost 7 million internally displaced Syrians. The other likely outcome is fleeing elsewhere. Almost 5 million Syrian refugees have already tried to seek safety in countries like Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey, and across Europe. 3. Zero Humanitarian Aid The fighting in Aleppo is so intense that all types of humanitarian assistance, ...

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