Turkish Premier Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday said he does not recognize the European Parliament, Anadolu news agency reported
americanthinker. 27 May 2013
By Shoshana Bryen
Chickens have wings; terrorist organizations have partners in crime
The United States, Canada, Israel, the Netherlands, and Bahrain designate Hezb'allah a terrorist organization; Britain and Australia outlaw only Hezb'allah's "terrorist wing" but permit its "political wing" to organize and raise money (only for political activity, of course).
A motion by Britain will put the British/Australian formula on the agenda of the European Union, perhaps as early as June. In one sense, it is a step forward for the EU, which currently looks upon Hezb'allah's activities as unremarkable. In another sense, however, it is absurd.
Heritage Florida Jewish News 21 May 2013
Brussels as the headquarters of the European Union is the nominal "capital of Europe.” One would expect the city to be the center of enlightenment—the exemplification of political and social tolerance and freedom of speech, assembly and religion, not to mention an advocate of human rights
Disappointingly, recent events have shown that Brussels has increasingly become a place of lies, deliberate disinformation, political manipulation, anti-Semitism and attacks on Israel. Recent developments, particularly Islamist political as well as physical aggressiveness, justify this sad conclusion.
israelnationalnews 21 May 2013
By Dr. Manfred Gerstenfeld
Interview with Prof. Mark Elchardus of the Free Univ. of Brussels: "At the Brussels secondary schools, almost every second student is a Muslim."
"There is a major difference in anti-Semitic attitudes between Muslim students and non-Muslim ones in Dutch-speaking secondary schools in Belgium. About 50% of the Muslim students express anti-Semitic attitudes, as opposed to 10% of the others.
Islam versus Europe 30 April 2013
"Islam does not fit into the Western World"
- - Israel: 65%
- Canada: 49%
- USA: 44%
- South Korea: 29%
- Turkey: 25%
- Spain: 65%
- Swizerland: 59%
- France: 55%
- Germany (East): 51%
- Germany (West): 49%
- Sweden: 48%
- Great Britain: 46%