Denmark

EU Tyranny: New Law against Democratically Dismantling EU from Within

Gatestone Institute 29 October 2014
By Timon Dias

It looks as if this new law is meant to serve as a severe roadblock to parties that would like to dismantle the EU in a democratic and peaceful way from within. A

 

Dane in Lebanon arrested for being alleged IS fighter

Al-Monitor 29 October 2014

The story of Araby Ibrahim, also known as Araby al-Hadj Dib, an alleged Lebanese jihadist who holds a Danish passport, is just one of many immigrants who decided to return home

 

Denmark offers some foreign fighters rehab without jail time -- but will it work?

CNN 29 October 2014
By Bharati Naik, Atika Shubert and Nick Thompson

When Omar left home in 2013, his parents thought he was going to help out at a refugee camp for the victims of Syria's brutal civil war. But the soft-spoken Danish student

 

Video: Understanding Halal Certification Schemes

1389blog 27 October 2014


Please note this is not about halal food. As Q Society’s spokesman Andrew Horwood points out: "Halal food itself is not of concern to us. Nearly all our food is naturally permissible to Muslims and observant Muslims can make food of unknown origin halal by proclaiming ‘bismillah’ over the food before eating.

 

Man Suspected of Shooting Danish Islam Critic Lars Hedegaard 'Freed in Turkey for Isis Prisoners Swap'

International Business Times 27 October 2014
By Gianluca Mezzofiore

The suspected gunman for the attempted murder of Danish writer and critic of Islam Lars Hedegaard has been freed by Turkey allegedly as part of a prisoner swap with Isis

 

Danish court frees 10 over Kurdish rebel funding charges

Global Post 27 October 2014

A Danish court on Wednesday freed 10 men charged with "terror funding" after raising up to 140 million kroner (18.8 million euros, $23.8 million) for Kurdish rebels. The

 

Danes outraged by Turkey’s hostage deal with IS

Al-Monitor 22 October 2014

Unbeknownst to most Turks, who are more concerned about much more direct issues involving developments in Syria and Iraq, a diplomatic storm is raging between Turkey and

 

Aarhus: The Danish town where Syria’s jihadist fighters are welcomed home

The Independent 22 October 2014

The rush of morning shoppers parted to make way for Talha, a lanky 21-year-old in desert camouflage and a long, religious beard. He strode through the local mall with a

 

Release of attempted murder suspect in Turkey not closed, says Danish PM

Hürriyet Daily News 22 October 2014

Questions over Turkey’s release of the shooting suspect of a right-wing writer and critic of Islam in Copenhagen in 2013 have not been resolved, Danish Prime Minister Helle

 

Give them a job: how Denmark deals with returned Islamist fighters

Sydney Morning Herald 22 October 2014
By Anthony Faiola and Souad Mekhennet

AARHUS, Denmark: The rush of morning shoppers parted to make way for Talha, a lanky 21-year-old in desert camouflage and a long, religious beard. He strode through the local

 

Denmark to once again look at circumcision ban

The Local / Denmark 22 October 2014

Nearly three fourths of Danes are in favour of banning male circumcision, a new poll revealed. In a survey of over 1,000 Danes conducted by YouGov for Metroxpress

 

Denmark awaits answers regarding release of Danish suspect

TODAY'S ZAMAN 22 October 2014

Danish Justice Minister Mette Frederiksen has said that Turkish officials have confirmed the release of the suspect in an assassination attempt against Lars Hedegaard, a former

 

Denmark’s Suicidal Tolerance

The American Conservative 21 October 2014
By Rod Dreher

This is not from The Onion. This is a Washington Post dispatch from an actual Western country – specifically, from the Danish city of Aarhus. This is how liberalism becomes a

 

Denmark puzzled by Turkey’s release of shooting suspect

Hürriyet Daily News 21 October 2014

Turkey has admitted that it has released a suspect wanted in connection with the attempted murder of a right-wing writer and critic of Islam in Copenhagen in 2013, but it has

 

Denmark tries a soft-handed approach to returned Islamist fighters

The Washington Post 21 October 2014
By Anthony Faiola and Souad Mekhennet

AARHUS, Denmark — The rush of morning shoppers parted to make way for Talha, a lanky 21-year-old in desert camouflage and a long, religious beard. He strode through the local

 

Turkey confirms release of Islam critic's assailant

The Local 20 October 2014

A Danish delegation that travelled to Turkey has returned home with a confirmation that the man who attempted to assassinate Islam critic Lars Hedegaard has indeed been

 

Danish immigrant party challenges populist right

au.news 20 October 2014

A political party targeting the immigrant vote by advocating looser immigration laws and "a ban on banning" religious symbols has launched in Denmark amid record support for the populist right.

 

Denmark tries a soft-handed approach to returned Islamist fighters

The Washington Post 20 October 2014
By Anthony Faiola

The rush of morning shoppers parted to make way for Talha, a lanky 21-year-old in desert camouflage and a long, religious beard. He strode through the local mall with a

 

Video: European Islamic State Militants Threaten To 'Chop Off Their Heads'

Opposing Views 17 October 2014
By Khier Casino

Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq have released a new video showing fighters threatening to "chop off” the heads of Western soldiers sent to fight them. In the

 

Denmark: Isis Fighters Warmly Welcomed Home by the Psychiatrists

International Business Times 17 October 2014
By Tabatha Kinder

Denmark has one of the most serious jihadist problems in Europe, with the number of its nationals going off to fight alongside terrorist groups like Isis (Islamic State) beaten

 
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