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France June 2016: Stabbing Policemen, “Slut-Shaming” and New Death Threats

Muslim perpetrators rationalize their violence by convincing themselves that they live in a racist society that rejects them and their religion. And the government legitimizes them when it asks Parliament to vote for a law that favors “diversity” on public television channels. Islamist terrorist Larossi Abballa, 26, stabbed to death police officer Jean-Baptiste Salvaing and his wife, police administrator Jessica ...

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Muslim face veil ban for workers is not discriminatory, Austrian court rules

Preventing an employee from wearing a veil is not discriminating against them, one of Austria’s highest courts has ruled. In the landmark decision, Austria’s Supreme Court (OGH) said that if clothing prevents communication, an employer may legally dismiss them. The decision was made in the case of a woman who already wore an Abaya, which is an Islamic overgarment, and headscarf, ...

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German Intelligence: Iran Seeking Nukes

Responding to German intelligence agency reports that Iran has been trying to acquire nuclear technology in Germany, Berlin said on Friday that certain forces in Iran may be trying to undermine its nuclear deal with the West. Germany’s domestic intelligence agency, the Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV), said in its annual report that Iranian efforts to illegally ...

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Dozens of reports of assaults, rapes at Swedish festivals

A 17-year-old has told of her ordeal after a mob of ‘foreign youths’ sexually assaulted dozens of females at a Swedish music festival. At least 35 aged between 12 and 17 reported being attacked during the ‘Party in the Park’ festival in foreign youths, 250 miles from Stockholm in Sweden’s Varmland County on Friday and Saturday night. Some of the alleged ...

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Islamic Connection: Some Suspects in Dallas Shooting Attended South Dallas Mosque

On July 7, 2016, four police officers were killed by sniper fire in Dallas, Texas. Seven other officers and a civilian were injured. The shooting occurred at a protest against police killings in the aftermath of the shooting deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile. This is all generally known. It seems improbable that Black Lives Matter members would fire ...

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Germany rape law: ‘No means No’ law passed

Germany’s parliament has passed a new law defining rape, clarifying that “No means No”, even if a victim did not fight back. Critics believe Germany has long lagged behind other developed nations when it comes to its rape laws. The issue was again brought to the fore after a number of sex attacks on women in Cologne on New Year’s ...

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Brazil searches for missing Guantanamo prisoner ahead of Rio Olympics

The Brazilian authorities are trying to locate a former Guantanamo prisoner who is believed to have entered the country illegally after disappearing from Uruguay. Abu Wa’el Dhiab, a Syrian national, was released in Uruguay along with five other former Guantanamo inmates in 2014. But his whereabouts are now unclear. Uruguay’s government says that he has crossed the border into Brazil; the Brazilian authorities say ...

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George Soros: Merkel’s open door policy has brought ‘chaos’ to Europe

Billionaire financier George Soros has accused Angela Merkel of bringing ‘chaos’ to Europe through her open-door immigration policy. The Hungarian, who ‘broke the Bank of England’ in 1992, said the German Chancellor’s decision to ‘open her country’s doors wide to refugees’ was ‘not properly thought out’. Soros, 85, said a ‘lack of adequate controls’ sparked panic across the continent and that ...

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When free speech died: Europe

The British people fed-up with Brussels dictates voted on June 23, to exit the European Union. Boris Johnson, former Mayor of London and a leading voice for Brexit, argued (Economist June18-24 issue) that “Napoleon, Hitler, and other various people tried this out (forcefully unifying Europe-JP), and it ended tragically.  The EU is an attempt to do this by different methods.”  ...

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Danish police use infamous ‘jewellery law’ for first time

Danish police have seized valuables from migrants for the first time since introducing a controversial new law aimed at making the country a less attractive destination for asylum seekers. National police spokesman Per Fiig said that two men and three women were carying dollars and euros worth 129,600 kroner (£14,400). The cash was sezied and they were all arrested at ...

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