The Moroccans That Infuriate the Dutch

Gatestone Institute 24 April 2014
By Timon Dias

"If Lady Justice is truly blind, she will prosecute all of us or none of us. I hope none of us." — Geert Wilders, MP and Leader of the Party for Freedom, the Netherlands. A more recent development is the pending Dutch Moroccan takeover of the drugs and human trafficking businesses.


Petty Crime Rules Ok in Morocco

Morocco World News 23 April 2014
By Mohamed Chtatou

For many citizens it seems that the police, the Forces Auxiliaires, or the gendarmes, are more interested in quelling demonstrations and fighting terrorism than stopping criminals


Why Moroccan Salafists fight in Syria

The Daily Star 15 April 2014
By Mohammed Masbah

Although the estimated number of Moroccans fighting in Syria varies sharply, with the highest at 1,000, local Salafist-jihadist leaders claim that the number could be even higher, in the


FBI: Drone-like toy planes in bomb plot

CT Post 9 April 2014
By Michael P. Mayko

A Moroccan national who allegedly plotted to turn a radio-controlled model airplane into a drone-like flying bomb and crash it into a school and a Connecticut federal building was arrested


Moroccan national planned to use ‘drone-like flying bomb’ on federal building

RT 9 April 2014

A Moroccan national was arrested in Bridgeport, Connecticut for allegedly planning to use a radio-controlled model airplane as a “drone-like flying bomb,” with the aim of slamming it into a


Irish Journalist Peaches Geldof Dies, Morocco Among her Works

Morocco World News 8 April 2014
By Mona Badri

Rabat- Peaches Geldof, a TV presenter, journalist, and daughter of pop singer Bob Geldof, died on April 7, 2014 at the age of 25, leaving behind two sons and a husband. Police


Euro-Jihad: An Inside Look At The Recruitment Of European Muslims to Holy War

Atlas Shrugs 2 April 2014
By Pamela Geller

Jihad is jihad. Islam is Islam, and the nationality or skin color or sock color, for that matter, is of no import in this war against the "non-believers.” The common thread


Not just in Geert Wilders' Holland but also in Denmark: Morrocans are the most criminal

EuropeNews 28 March 2014
By Nicolai Sennels

Geert Wilders is under fire for wanting fewer Morrocans in Holland, despite the fact that 60 percent of Morrocans in Holland under 23 is know by the police, and Morrocans in general are 22 times more likely to commit violent crimes. They are 7 times more likely to be on welfare.


Foreign jihadists recruit Maghreb youth

Magharebia 25 March 2014
By Mohamed Saadouni

Morocco and Spain just brought down an international terror ring that recruited jihadist fighters for Syria, Mali and Libya. The joint police operation netted three


Dutch populist Wilders sued over 'fewer Moroccans' vow

Global Post 22 March 2014

The largest Moroccan grouping in the Netherlands said Thursday it will file a complaint against outspoken far-right politician Geert Wilders after he told supporters he would ensure


Madrid train bombings middleman deported

The Local 21 March 2014

Spain on Sunday deported a Moroccan man after he completed a 10-year jail sentence for obtaining the explosives used in the 2004 Madrid train bombings that killed 191 people,


Dutch politician calls for "fewer Moroccans"

Yahoo! News 18 March 2014

AMSTERDAM — Dutch populist politician Geert Wilders says "the fewer Moroccans the better" in the Netherlands. Wilders, known internationally for his anti-Islam stances,


Al Qaeda-Linked Network Dismantled in Spain, Morocco

Madrid, Spain and Morocco announced today the dismantling of an Al Qaeda-linked network, which sent combatants to Syrian and to other nations in crisis.


Spanish-Moroccan operation dismantles terrorist cell

La Prensa 18 March 2014

Rabat - An ongoing joint Spanish-Moroccan police operation dismantled Friday a seven-man terrorist cell that sent volunteers abroad to take part in jihadist


Video: North African Muslim invaders from Morocco brandishing bottles, sticks and stones broke into Spain’s African enclave

Bare Naked Islam 4 March 2014

The latest invasion of hundreds of wild-eyed Muslim savages is a dangerous, costly, and escalating problem for Spain’s northwest African enclave.


'Bloodthirsty' Moroccan Ruler Really Could Have Fathered 1,000 Kids, Computer Simulation Shows

The Huffington Post 28 February 2014
By Charles Q. Choi

Sultan Moulay Ismaïl of Morocco, "The Bloodthirsty," reputedly sired hundreds of children and perhaps more than a 1,000. Now computer simulations suggest this could have


Sub-Saharan African migrants invisible in Morocco

Al Monitor 26 February 2014
By Nahrain al-Mousawi

After years of pressure to reform its migration policy, Morocco announced last September a new migration and asylum system that would adhere to international standards


Is Morocco the Antidote to Saudi-Sponsored Extremism?

Commentary Magazine 19 February 2014
By Michael Rubin

Emeritus Princeton University professor Bernard Lewis, probably the greatest living historian of the Middle East, once tried to explain the impact of Saudi Arabia upon the practice


Crisis in Arab civilization

The Jerusalem Post 18 February 2014

There has never been such a thing as the "Arab Spring”; a true Arab spring can only develop when the Arabs start developing civil societies. But until now the value systems of


35% of prison inmates in Italy come from Muslim countries

At least 35% of Italian prison inmates come from Muslim-majority countries, and one in four prisons has a prayer area set aside for them, a government report obtained by ANSAmed showed Monday

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