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The European crusade against Christianity

The Voice of Russia 16 December 2013
By Milena Faustova

The Christian civilization is in great danger. Today about 100 million followers of the teachings of Jesus Christ are being persecuted. People are suffering or sometimes even


No Al Waqf Al Islami donations in Bulgaria: Grand Mufti

FOCUS 16 December 2013

District Court in the Bulgarian town of Pazardzhik heard one of the witnesses and a conclusion of an expert’s analyses in connection with the trial on radical Islam in


Bulgaria District Court to hold new sitting on radical Islam trial in January

FOCUS 16 December 2013

Pazardzhik District Court will hold a new sitting on radical Islam trial in, Radio FOCUS - Pazardzhik informed. The court took into consideration today written evidence in the



Free Speech Europe EN 16 December 2013

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Turkish PM says territories of Balkan countries belong to Turkey

Focus News 13 December 2013

Skopje. Greece rose to its feet as it reacted to comments made by Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan that the Turkish territory included the Greek part of Thrace,


Refugees Stage New Protest in Bulgarian Capital

Novinite.com 13 December 2013

About 50 foreigners, mainly Syrians, have staged a protest rally in front of the shelter in Sofia's Ovcha Kupel district Thursday evening. They chanted "We want status,"


Bulgaria District Court to hold new sitting on radical Islam trial in January

Focus News 13 December 2013

Pazardzhik District Court will hold a new sitting on radical Islam trial in, Radio FOCUS - Pazardzhik informed. The court took into consideration today written


Islamic fundamentalism is widely spread

WZB 12 December 2013

WZB study shows significantly high numbers amongst Europe’s Muslims. Religious fundamentalism is not a marginal phenomenon in Western Europe.


Greece Responds to Erdogan’s Provocative Statements

Greece.GreekReporter.com 12 December 2013
By Ioanna Zikakou

The statement made by Turkish Prime Minister, Tayyip Erdogan, that Turkey’s borders reach Thessaloniki, provoked an angry reaction from the Greek government. Responding to a


Strange Bedfellows: Hungarian Far-Right Jobbik Party Embraces Muslim Nations, Seeks 'Eurasian' Ideal Of Statehood

International Business Times 9 December 2013
By Palash Ghosh

The seemingly strange link between the European far right and Islam emerged again recently over reports that Gábor Vona, the chairman of Hungary's ultra-nationalist Jobbik


Tighten female genital mutilation bill, says human rights lawyer

maltatoday.com.mt 6 December 2013
By Tim Attard Montalto

A forthcoming bill to criminalise the barbaric act of female genital mutilation must be tightened to prevent defendants from invoking religious or cultural arguments in their


‘Message of Islam from Oman’ expo in Slovenia

Oman Observer 6 December 2013

LJUBLJANA — A three-week exhibition under the title ‘Message of Islam from Oman’ will be launched today evening in the Republic of Slovenia, particularly in its capital city,


No Mosque in Athens Means No Greek Schools in Turkey

Greek Reporter 4 December 2013
By Ioanna Zikakou

The Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced its refusal to continue the operation of the Greek Orthodox School, Halki Seminary, until the Fethiye Mosque opens once more


A nightmare for all

The Economist 29 November 2013

"THIS is a nightmare, I want to go back to Syria,” says Youssef (not his real name), who has fled from his war-torn country and is now in a squalid refugee camp in


The threat of foreign jihadis

pravda.ru 28 November 2013
By Giovanni Giacalone

The threat of foreign jihadis. Hundreds of European jihadis have travelled to Syria to join Syrian rebels in their fight against the rule of Bashar Assad. It


New 'Pomak' Party to Be Founded in Bulgaria

Novinite.com 25 November 2013

A new party related to a minority of Muslim ethnic Bulgarians will be founded under the 'Pomak' monicker. This was announced by European Institute Pomak chair Efrem Mollov


Prague nursing school issues hijab ban

Radio Praha 25 November 2013
By Daniela Lazarová

The Czech Republic has just experienced its first controversy over Muslim headwear. Two young women studying to become nurses at a Prague school left the institution after the


Turkey and Greece feud over Hagia Sophia

The Daily Star 25 November 2013

Turkey and Greece feud over Hagia Sophia November 20, 2013 06:12 PM (Last updated: November 20, 2013 06:28 PM) Agence France Presse This Sept. 30, 2011 file photo shows


Geert Wilders: The Resurgence of European Patriotism

Wall Street Journal 22 November 2013
By Geert Wilders

Here is a tip if you want to ruin the day of the bureaucrats and politicians in Brussels. Just mention next year's European elections and they will become extremely nervous and agitated. They will fume with anger and warn you about rising populism, a threat to democracy.

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