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Europe’s Tolerance for Terrorists

Saleh Ali was one of 64,000 Syrian refugees living in the Netherlands. The vast majority, like Ali, are young men. And the largest number of these migrants spend their days idling in Amsterdam. By – Daniel Greenfield  On Thursday morning, Saleh Ali took a walk to trendy Amstelveenseweg while wearing a keffiyah and waving a terrorist PLO flag. He stopped in ...

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Swedenstan: Not a single asylum seeker fulfilled the job requirement

Not a single asylum seeker has yet to pass the job requirement for permanent residence in Sweden. From the 200 applications received by the Swedish Migration Board to date, no one has been approved. By – Brünnhilde According to stricter asylum law from last year, permanent residence permits can be granted to immigrants who can provide themselves through work. However from ...

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Immigration to Sweden is record high

Despite the so-called turnaround in asylum policy, immigration to Sweden continues to be “record size”, as SVT News calls it. The number of residence permits today is at much higher levels than a few years ago. By – Brünnhilde In the autumn of 2015, the Swedish asylum policy was officially strengthened. But there has been no clear decline in immigration. Until November of this year, ...

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Swedenstan: Childhood marriage at Mönsterås- 13-year-old Muslim girl became pregnant – with her 20-year-old cousin

The presence of childhood marriage in Sweden continues to clime. In Mönsterås, a 13-year-old Muslim girl has become pregnant since the municipality reluctantly allowed her to live with her 20-year-old cousin, who is also the girl’s boyfriend. By – Brünnhilde Mönsterås municipality criticize by the Ombudsman for Justice, JO, since a 13-year-old girl was able to live with her 20-year-old husband, who is ...

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Only four out of 2429 refugees in Dutch city of Rotterdam have full-time jobs. 95% is on welfare

On 24 November, Dutch newspaper Algemeen Dagblad (AD) published an article on the influx of asylum-seekers into the city of Rotterdam. In the past two years, the city has housed 2.429 asylum-seekers, 80 more than it was obligated to do by law. Next year, it will be allowed to house 80 people less. Of those 2.429, 95% lives on social benefits, representing ...

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Somali woman received welfare benefits from Sweden, Norway and Denmark

The woman received welfare benefits from all three countries. Not soon after receiving asylum in Sweden, she returned to the country she had sought shelter from.  Via: rapport24 A Somali woman received asylum in Sweden in the 21st century and then lived in Sweden with a permanent residence permit – without applying for citizenship. When asylum prosecutor Egor Putilov begins to dig in ...

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90 PerCent Of Muslim Asylum Seekers In Austria End Up On Welfare

Austrian Interior Minister Wolfgang Sobotka is resisting EU efforts to increase his country’s migrant quota, claiming that 90 per cent of the Muslim asylum seekers in Austria end up on welfare benefits and strain the system. Via: krone.at The Austrian Interior Minister once again railed at attempts by the European Union to send more migrants to Austria, saying that the vast ...

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How a country labelled the ‘Most Generous Nation on Earth’ became a terror target

Pundits and politicians have described Sweden as ‘Most Generous Nation on Earth’  Last terror attack came in 2010 when a failed suicide bomber blew himself up But there are tensions behind the country’s seemingly perfect facade  Via: dailymail.co.uk With its bustling pavements and elegant shops, Stockholm has come to be seen as one of Europe’s most peaceful and developed cities. For decades, ...

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Germany: 300 cases of Muslims migrant welfare fraud in ONE city

AN INVESTIGATION has been launched after more than 300 cases of welfare fraud by asylum seekers were discovered in one German city – a scam which could have cost taxpayers up to £4.2million (€5million) A special commission has been launched in the north German city in Brunswick, where one fraudster is believed to have used as many as 12 different ...

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Terrorist Suspects in Europe Got Welfare Benefits

Belgian financial investigators looking into recent terror plots have discovered a disturbing trend: Some of the suspects were collecting welfare benefits until shortly before they carried out their attacks. At least five of the alleged plotters in the Paris and Brussels terror attacks partly financed themselves with payments from Belgium’s generous social-welfare system, authorities have concluded. In total they received ...

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