Europe

European Elections: “No to Europe, Yes to Europe”
By May 30, 2014 Read More →

European Elections: “No to Europe, Yes to Europe”

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.

German Pledges to Return Nazi-Looted Art
By April 7, 2014 Read More →

German Pledges to Return Nazi-Looted Art

Investigators searching for art looted by the Nazis have discovered a hoard of more than 200 artworks stashed away at a house in Austria belonging to Cornelius Gurlitt, the son of infamous German art dealer Hildebrand Gurlitt.

Posted in: Special Interest
Austria: Muslims Outnumber Catholics in Vienna Schools
By March 26, 2014 Read More →

Austria: Muslims Outnumber Catholics in Vienna Schools

Muslim students, according to new statistics, now outnumber Roman Catholic students at middle and secondary schools in Vienna, the capital and largest city of Austria.

Britain: Mass Immigration Leaves Towns and Cities ‘Unrecognizable’
By March 7, 2014 Read More →

Britain: Mass Immigration Leaves Towns and Cities ‘Unrecognizable’

Most of the immigrants to the UK from the EU were from economically troubled countries, including Bulgaria, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Romania and Spain. Most of those arriving from non-EU countries were immigrants from Africa, Asia and the Middle East. The latest immigration data has been met with criticism from across the political spectrum.

Britain: Islamists Create Climate of Fear to Curb Free Speech
By February 28, 2014 Read More →

Britain: Islamists Create Climate of Fear to Curb Free Speech

Muslim fundamentalists in London have threatened to behead a fellow British Muslim after he posted an innocuous image of Mohammed and Jesus on his Twitter account.

Islam in Europe: January 2014
By February 26, 2014 Read More →

Islam in Europe: January 2014

One month into 2014 and Islam-related controversies continued making headlines in newspapers across Europe. The most salient topic involved the dramatic increase in the numbers of European jihadists participating in the war in Syria.

European Court Undermining British Sovereignty
By January 17, 2014 Read More →

European Court Undermining British Sovereignty

An ever-expanding list of controversial rulings issued by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) are fueling accusations that unelected judges at the pan-European court are usurping the judicial sovereignty of individual European nation states.

OIC Blames Free Speech for “Islamophobia” in West
By December 11, 2013 Read More →

OIC Blames Free Speech for “Islamophobia” in West

The primary objective of the OIC—headquartered in Saudi Arabia and funded by dozens of Muslim countries that systematically persecute Christians and Jews—has long been to pressure Western countries into passing laws that would ban “negative stereotyping of Islam.”

European Court Considers Legality of French Burqa Ban
By December 6, 2013 Read More →

European Court Considers Legality of French Burqa Ban

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has opened a landmark hearing to consider the legality of France’s ban on wearing Islamic veils in public spaces.

EU, Israel Reach “Compromise” on Science and Settlements
By November 27, 2013 Read More →

EU, Israel Reach “Compromise” on Science and Settlements

Israel and the European Union have reached a tentative agreement on a compromise formula that will make it possible for Israel to participate in a prestigious and financially lucrative European scientific research program.

Germany: The Greatest Double Robbery in the History of Art?
By November 8, 2013 Read More →

Germany: The Greatest Double Robbery in the History of Art?

Jewish groups in Germany and elsewhere, as well as the families of Holocaust survivors seeking to recover looted art, are asking why German authorities allowed two years to pass before disclosing the find.

Posted in: Europe, Special Interest
EU Regulations: “Dictatorship of the Bureaucrats”?
By November 1, 2013 Read More →

EU Regulations: “Dictatorship of the Bureaucrats”?

Critics say the seemingly endless number of bans, prohibitions, restrictions, regulations and edicts being enacted by unelected bureaucrats in Brussels—many of which are being justified by eco-related concerns—smacks of paternalism. They claim it is over-regulation, and an unacceptable intrusion into the private lives of 500 million EU citizens, who should be allowed to make their […]