Ashton signs €90 million assistance to Egypt

Ahram Online 2 December 2013

EU Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton has signed a financial agreement of €90 million in assistance to Egypt despite "worrying reports" related to the security forces'


The threat of foreign jihadis 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


Around half of Flemish people consider Islam a threat to their culture and want only other Flemish people in their neighbourhood

Islam versus Europe 28 November 2013
By Cheradenine Zakalwe

Almost half of the Flemish people want as little as possible to do with people of foreign origin. That despite the fact that only a minority regularly comes into contact with


Video: Terms and Conditions May Apply Official Trailer #1 (2013) - Documentary Movie HD

youtube. 17 November 2013

A documentary that exposes what corporations and governments learn about people through Internet and cell phone usage, and what can be done about it ... if anything.


Man with knife arrested at Israeli embassy in Brussels

EJP 13 November 2013

BRUSSELS---A man wearing a knife was recently arrested before the entrance of the Israeli embassy in Brussels, Belgian press reports said. Police and public prosecutor


Money Collected for Jihad in Yemen in the Netherlands

In the Netherlands and Belgium, money has been collected for the Jihad in Yemen. Also Ibrahim El Bey, a Moroccan youngster from Amsterdam who was killed last week in Yemen, was


Conference on the Persecution of Assyrians and Other Christians in the Middle East

AINA (press release) 8 November 2013
By Attiya Gamri

Brussels -- Concerned Christian organizations from the Middle East met in Brussels today under the umbrella of the Middle East Christian Committee (MECHRIC) to demand


The Medieval Anti-Semitic Views Of 150 Million Europeans: An Interview With Dr. Manfred Gerstenfeld 5 November 2013

Recently, a new book, Demonizing Israel and the Jews by Dr. Manfred Gerstenfeld, sent shock waves across Europe by revealing the frightening levels of anti-Semitism and vicious


Holocaust Remembrance: New Tool for Anti-Semitism?

Gatestone Institute 5 November 2013
By Peter Martino

"[N]o, we are not living in a new dark age and, no, the lights are not going out all over Europe." — Jonathan Freedland, The Daily Beast. "When faced with examples


Death threats target Belgian royals and politicians

Expatica the Netherlands 4 November 2013

The judicial authorities across Belgium received death threats that targeted both the royal family and politicians like N-VA leader Bart De Wever and the Vilvoorde Burgomaster


European jihadists: The continuation of a historical trend

Stratfor 4 November 2013
By Stratfor

Reports have circulated for months about the growing number of foreigners fighting alongside Islamists in places such as Libya and Syria. European authorities will intensify counterterrorism efforts, but preventing all attacks will not be easy, writes Stratfor

"In April of this year, EU Counterterrorism Coordinator Gilles de Kerchove estimated that some 500 European citizens were fighting in Syria, most of them from the United


Muslim Fair in Brussels attracts thousands

World Bulletin 31 October 2013

A fair organized by Muslims in Belgian capital Brussels has attracted thousands of visitors at its stands mainly theming clothes, accessories, halal food and natural cosmetics


Belgian Minister of Culture defends antisemitism on Facebook page

Elder of Ziyon 31 October 2013

A Belgian professor wrote an opinion piece on the website of RTBF, Radio Télévision Belge Francophone, saying that Israel is a racist state. (He based this mostly from reading


Jihad training camp in the Ardennes

Islam versus Europe 29 October 2013
By Cheradenine Zakalwe

A radical Dutch Muslim is holding training camps for co-religionists in our country. A week fraternising in the Ardennes, with the focus on Islam, sports and games; that’s how


Search for Belgium teen who went to Syria, but was he radicalised?

The Independent 24 October 2013
By Charlotte McDonald-Gibson

Dimitri Bontinck risked his life to bring his Muslim convert son home before he was killed on Syria’s battlefields, throwing himself into the middle of the bloody civil war


Europe turns blind eye on home-bred radical Muslims to preserve ‘pool of agents’

RT 23 October 2013

With hundreds of European Muslim youths going abroad to fight international jihad, governments chose to ignore a possible blowback problem, seeing local minority communities as


UN's naked male sculpture hidden ahead of Iran talks

AFP 16 October 2013

Geneva — A relief carving of a naked man at the UN's Geneva headquarters was covered up on Monday, apparently to spare the blushes of Iranian diplomats ahead of fresh talks on


Freed Belgian tells how he was "sold” by the Free Syrian Army to a jihadist group

Money Jihad 14 October 2013

In April, Pierre Piccinin da Prata, a teacher from Belgium, was visiting Syria under the promise of protection by the Free Syrian Army. Suddenly, he and his colleague, an


Video: BELGIUM: Violence and riots break out when police enter a Muslim ‘NO GO’ zone in Flanders to make an arrest

Bare Naked Islam 14 October 2013

On Friday afternoon, when police went to arrest a Muslim man, they were met by fierce resistance from the family and friends of the suspect, which spilled out into the street, and as a result the suspect was able to escape. That night, police returned with 80 officers, and were pelted with rocks. Five Muslims were arrested along with the suspect.


• What it is Passion for Freedom Festival 2013? 10 October 2013

The Passion for Freedom art festival answers three questions:

    1. What is freedom?
    2. How easy it is to lose it?
    3. How hard it is to get it back?

It is a competition organised by independent group of friends from all over Europe who protect freedom of speech of artists.

The festival will present the work of 60 "brave artists” contributing film, photography, painting, sculpture, books and other forms of artistic expression, often on highly controversial topics of social importance.

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