Hamas holds all the cards, because the West is tolerating their aggression.

Amazing buddies – the West and Hamas

The West seems intent on venting its frustrations on Israel while a jihadi Islamic caliphate is strengthening its hold in the Middle East. The only two countries that can stop radical Islam are Israel and Egypt.

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Imran Firasat arrested in Norway

The Pakistani Imran Firasat fled to Norway when Spain decided revoked his asylum status. For a week he thought that Norway would grant him a safe haven – then he was apprehended and jailed. – His fate is highly uncertain, says a Norwegian who talked to Imran Firasat before his arrest.

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Jihad – The British Connections

The latest story in the on-going revelations about Europeans heading off to far away lands to fight for jihad involves two British schoolgirls travelling to Syria to become ‘jihadi brides’.

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Gallery owner in shock – wants to leave Sweden

Eight hours after police stepped into his gallery, apprehended artist Dan Park, and seized at least eight pictures, gallery owner Henrik Rönnquist is still in shock. – Sure, we joked about Dan being arrested, but never in our wildest dreams could we ever imagine this actually happening. Now, I want to leave Sweden, says Henrik Rönnquist.

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”Sweden – Europe’s closest thing to a fascist, hate-based regime”

”Sweden – Europe’s closest thing to a fascist, hate-based regime”

The Englishman Iain Channing returns to Sweden, the country he lived in during the 1980s. What has happened to the safe and well ordered country that was so admired throughout the world? Do people really appreciate the politicians’ radical experiment in social engineering? And what about Malmö – Sweden’s preeminent test tube? Here is Channing’s report – the last of three.

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Lukewarm feelings for Sweden

Lukewarm feelings for Sweden

Kebabland – Part 2 The Englishman Iain Channing returns to Sweden, the country he lived in during the 1980s. What has happened to the safe ...

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Open letter to Anna Karin Hammar

Open letter to Anna Karin Hammar

The honorable Ms Hammar, I read your latest article in Dagens Seglora (January 7, 2014) "Boycott is the non-violent way to peace in Israel” with great interest. I was greatly surprised that a clergyperson of your stature can misconstrue, distort and twist reality into an abomination. I would even go so far as to say that your article includes libel and inexcusably false statement

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Danes have a choice between immigration and welfare

Danes have a choice between immigration and welfare

Danes are beginning to realize that immigration is a threat to the welfare state. They have already experienced cutbacks that have hit unemployment benefits and care for the elderly particularly hard and they understand that the cuts are caused by the massively growing costs of social tourists and free riders pouring in from abroad.

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