On January 27, the world marked the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, and so did the state of Israel last week
independent 18 April 2013
By Noah Barkin
- The political establishment has dismissed Germany's new anti-euro party as a fear-mongering, populist aberration that could implode even before a looming federal election
But the first congress of the 'Alternative for Germany' (AfD) showed that the movement, launched only a few months ago by a group of renegade academics, journalists and businessmen, is striking a chord with voters and may prove an influential force come September.
Gatestone Institute 18 April 2013
By Soeren Kern
"Our work of information is not oriented against Muslims, but against the political ideology of Islam. Muslims are its first victims, most of all women." — Politically Incorrect
The Bavarian branch of Germany's domestic intelligence agency, the Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz (BfV), has placed under state surveillance German activists accused of fomenting hate against Muslims due to their opposition to the construction of a mega-mosque in Munich.
Right Side News 16 April 2013
- The Bavarian Office for the Protection of the Constitution deemed the Munich branch of Politically Incorrect and the party Die Freiheit as potentially anti-constitutional, due to their fomenting of hatred against Muslims
americanthinker. 16 April 2013
By Andrew E. Harrod
Raymond Ibrahim 28 March 2013
By Adam Turner
When Gunther Grass, a German writer, wrote a nasty bit of verse attacking the Jewish state of Israel and defending the Mad Mullahs of Iran and their genocidal desires to destroy the world's Jews, many of the chattering classes in the Europe were, oh-so-shocked
Considering Grass's background as a member of the notorious Waffen S.S., I was not. The only shocking thing to me was that a Nazi verbally attacking the Jewish state was considered newsworthy by anyone in the real world.
FamilySecurityMatters 26 March 2013
By DR. SAMI ALRABAA
"The Turks in Germany are a time bomb, at least the majority of them". This is the statement with which Peter Cohen, an American visiting professor at Munich University, concludes his recent study in Germany
Three million Turks live already in Germany already, while 2.5 million of them have German nationality, and the majority of them are conservative Muslims.
Are they integrated in the German society? Not really.
The majority of them speak broken German, especially the elderly.
"They don't want to integrate in the German society," says Hartmut, who doesn't want to be identified for fear of reprisals by violent Turks. "They even hate to be called ‘migrants'. They feel very Turkish.