Britain has banned three Muslim extremist groups that want to turn the UK into an Islamic state.
Juncker’s appointment as Commission president implies that the European Union will seek to centralize yet more power at the expense of national sovereignty.
More than 20,000 girls under the age of 15 are believed to be at high risk of FGM in England and Wales this year alone, according to government estimates.
Britain is engaged in a debate over how much government surveillance is necessary to keep the United Kingdom safe from British jihadists.
Local citizens—including many Muslims—are concerned the mosque project is actually a smokescreen for an ambitious plan to establish a hardline Islamic enclave in East London.
The new law makes forced marriage a self-standing criminal offense in England and Wales and is punishable by up to seven years in prison.
The threat to Europe and the United States from Islamic terrorism is serious and growing, and new attacks with unexpected targets and timings are increasingly likely, according to two new reports.
British regulators have placed five Muslim-dominated public schools in the city of Birmingham under “special measures” after inspectors found that pupils there were being systematically exposed to radical Islamic propaganda.
The Spanish Supreme Court has ruled that a political refugee should be deported because his criticism of Islam is a threat to national security.
German authorities are concerned that most of those attracted to Salafi ideology are impressionable young Muslims who are susceptible to perpetrating terrorist acts in the name of Islam.
The arrest of a French jihadist for the fatal shooting of three people at the Jewish Museum in Brussels confirms the worst fears about the security threat posed by battle-hardened European jihadists returning from the fighting in Syria.
Euro-skeptics face a daunting set of long-term challenges to stop the seemingly relentless march toward European federalism. In the near term, however, the impact of their electoral victories will be felt the most at the local and national levels.