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Germany Enacts Emergency Plan Against Islamist Terror

the Clarion Project 22 January 2015
By Soeren Kern

The offices of a German newspaper that republished satirical cartoons from Charlie Hebdo, a French magazine known for lampooning Islam, have been hit by arsonists. No one

 

Spain's War On Terrorism, Illegal Immigration In Spotlight Amid Paris Shooting Suspects Probe

International Business Times 22 January 2015
By Thomas Barrabi

African migrants sit at the top of a border fence, as Spanish Civil Guard officers stand under them, during an attempt to cross into Spanish territories between Morocco and

 

Italy: Crucifix Near Mosque Destroyed

Raymond Ibrahim 22 January 2015
By Raymond Ibrahim

On January 17, a crucifix (pictured above) was destroyed in Cinisello Balsamo, a municipality in the Province of Milan, Italy. This comes days after a statue of the Virgin

 

Danish neo-Nazi jailed in Austria for Islam insults

The Local / Denmark 22 January 2015

A 32-year-old Danish student was convicted in Austria for Nazi-driven incitement and denigration of religious teachings on Monday, and was sentenced to two years in custody.

 

Bulgaria to extradite 'old friend' of Charlie Hebdo attackers

Rappler 22 January 2015

Muslim convert Fritz-Joly Joachin is taken into custody on January 1 while trying to cross from Bulgaria into Turkey. He tells the court in Haskovo in southern Bulgaria, 'I am

 

Norway orders house arrest after release of jailed mullah

columbustelegram 22 January 2015

Norwegian police have ordered house arrest for an Iraqi-born cleric who is to be released this weekend after serving time for making death threats against politicians and

 

Police investigate fires at Heidelberg Heights mosque hall and Greensborough home

Herald Sun 22 January 2015

A SUSPICIOUS fire at a mosque in Melbourne’s northeast last night is not believed to be racially motivated. Police are investigating the Heidelberg Heights blaze, as well as

 

Pakistan police fear Red Mosque militants trying to regroup

Business Standard 21 January 2015

Pakistan police is searching for nearly 300 former students of the Red Mosque after reports that some of them are trying to reactivate the defunct Ghazi Force militant group, media

 

Europe Unable and Unwilling to Confront Islamic Extremism

The Gatestone Institute 19 January 2015
By Peter Martino


The Algerian example shows that deploying a few thousand French troops is hardly sufficient to win this war. While the French Pied-Noirs in Algeria in 1962 still had a place to be "repatriated" to, for the indigenous Europeans who want to escape Islam, there is simply so safe haven any more. Fear is already ruling Europe.

 

Greek police reportedly detain 4 alleged extremists, possibly including Belgium suspect

mashable 19 January 2015

Greek police on Saturday detained four suspected extremists, including man believed to be the ringleader of a Belgian jihadi cell. A Greek police official said the four were

 

Belgium Antiterror Raid Leaves Two Suspects Dead

The Wall Street Journal 16 January 2015
By Matthew Dalton

Belgian police killed two people in a firefight on Thursday evening, disrupting what authorities called an imminent terrorist plot just a week after Islamist extremists set

 

Belgium Anti-Terrorism Raid Foils Imminent Attack

The Time 16 January 2015
By Charlotte McDonald-Gibson


The deaths of two terrorist suspects in a gun battle between Belgian police and members of a suspected jihadist cell on Thursday confirms mounting fears that the small European

 

Germany arrests suspected ISIS militant after return from Syria

The Daily Star 16 January 2015

German police arrested a suspected ISIS supporter who was recently in Syria and raided his apartment in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, federal prosecutors said on

 

European police arrest over 2 dozen in anti-terror sweeps

Charlotte Observer 16 January 2015
By Raf Casert and Angela Charlton

BRUSSELS French, German, Belgian and Irish police arrested more than two dozen suspects in anti-terrorism raids Friday, as European authorities rushed to thwart more attacks by

 

UK raises threat level for Jewish communities, police officers

i24 news 16 January 2015

The United Kingdom has raised the threat level for Jewish communities and police officers amid fears of jihadist violence. "We are considering what further measures we might

 

Europol: up to 5,000 Islamic State fighters about to enter Europe

10news.dk 16 January 2015
By Nicolai Sennels

Europol recently stated that the only way to stop terror attacks against civilians is to allow us to bear arms – so we can shoot the jihadis before they shoot us. 5,000 is a

 

Who is Fritz-Joly Joachin? French Citizen And Convert To Islam Had Ties To Charlie Hebdo Attacker Cherif Kouachi

International Business Times 14 January 2015
By Howard Koplowitz

Fritz-Joly Joachin, a Frenchman who reportedly had contact with one of the brothers involved in the fatal shootings at the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo, was detained in

 

Turkey’s border lifeline for some, road to jihad for other

ANSA med 14 January 2015

Turkey's admission that the girlfriend of one of the jihadists behind a recent attack in Paris had crossed into Syria in recent days has led to growing criticism of the NATO

 

Video: Why is Charlie Hebdo Assassination 100% Islam

youtube 12 January 2015
By Bill Warner

Dr. Bill Warner explains motivation behind attacks in Paris.

 

‘No-Go Zones’ in France Restrict Citizens & Allow Islamists to Conquer Territory Without Firing a Shot

IJRreview 12 January 2015
By Jennifer Van Laar

The national motto of France is Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité (Liberty, Equality, Brotherhood), yet non-Muslim French citizens are forbidden from entering "no-go zones”

 
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