Gatestone Institute 4 February 2013
By Soeren Kern
A member of the Kuwaiti delegation of the UN Human Rights Council, Malik Al-Wazzan, said France should revoke the ban [on full-face Islamic veils] to "protect the human rights in discrimination and inequalities toward foreigners and those with different beliefs." This comes as the Kuwaiti Parliament considers a draft law banning the construction of churches.
The Belgian branch of the popular Dutch department store chain HEMA has lost a wrongful termination lawsuit filed by a Muslim shop assistant whose contract was not extended after she refused to stop wearing a hijab, the traditional Islamic headscarf.
Islam versus Europe 14 January 2013
Open letter to his Majesty King Albert II Brussels, 7 January 2013
EuropeNews 3 January 2013
By Nicolai Sennels
To EU it is all about power. Of course EU knew about the poor economies of especially the South European countries but used the situation like any other mafia and lended even more money to them so they could use it as an excuse for demanding power over the indebted nations
Not surprisingly it was EUs own honey pot that lured populist and opportunist - and primarilly Leftist - politicians to make risky plans for the future because they knew they would share the bill for their own supersized welfare services and low production with the rest of the Euro zone - as promised by the "helpful" EU.
With rules inforced by a self appointed commission, including a president whose name only few remember, EU breaks open our national borders and force us to live with millions of people with completely other values.
A Brussels court has rejected a legal bid to ban "Tintin in the Congo”, the second adventure of Belgian writer Hergé’s globe-trotting boy reporter
Black associations in the country claimed the book contained racist stereotypes. "Tintin in the Congo” - a classic 1920s comic strip about Belgium's celebrated fictional boy reporter - is not racist, a Brussels court ruled on Wednesday.
Liberties Alliance 5 December 2012
Gatestone Institute 4 December 2012
"What will be next? Will all Easter eggs be banned in Brussels because they refer to Easter?" — Bianca Debaets, of Belgium's Christian Democratic and Flemish Party
More than 25,000 people in Belgium have signed a petition denouncing a decision to remove the traditional Christmas tree in the central square in Brussels and replace it with a politically correct structure of abstract minimalist art.