Tag: european multiculturalism

Germany: Migrants’ Rape Epidemic
By September 18, 2015 Read More →

Germany: Migrants’ Rape Epidemic

German authorities and media are downplaying a massive spike in sex crimes — to avoid fueling anti-immigration sentiments.

Posted in: Germany, Islam in Europe
Europe’s Migration Crisis: “Not Giving Us Like in Germany”
By September 9, 2015 Read More →

Europe’s Migration Crisis: “Not Giving Us Like in Germany”

Europe’s open-door immigration policies could draw potentially millions of Muslims into Europe from the Middle East and North Africa.

Posted in: Islam in Europe
Germany’s Muslim Demographic Revolution
By August 31, 2015 Read More →

Germany’s Muslim Demographic Revolution

The surge in Germany’s Muslim population — propelled by a wave of migration unprecedented since the Second World War — represents a demographic shift of epic proportions, one that critics of the country’s open-door immigration policy warn will change the face of Germany forever.

Posted in: Germany, Islam in Europe
Germany: Anti-Islamization Movement Faces Uncertain Future
By February 15, 2015 Read More →

Germany: Anti-Islamization Movement Faces Uncertain Future

The future of the German grassroots anti-Islamization movement known as PEGIDA has been thrown into doubt after a leadership split resulted in key members leaving the group.

Posted in: Germany, Islam in Europe
Germany’s “Sharia Police”
By September 8, 2014 Read More →

Germany’s “Sharia Police”

Muslim radicals have begun enforcing Islamic Sharia law on the streets of Wuppertal, a city in North Rhine-Westphalia, the state with the largest Muslim population in Germany.

Posted in: Germany, Islam in Europe
UK: Probe of Islamic Takeover Plot Widens
By April 17, 2014 Read More →

UK: Probe of Islamic Takeover Plot Widens

British authorities say they have widened their investigation into an alleged plot by Muslim fundamentalists to Islamize public schools in England and Wales.

Posted in: Britain, Islam in Europe
US Government Promoting Islam in Czech Republic
By April 14, 2014 Read More →

US Government Promoting Islam in Czech Republic

The Czech government has approved a new project aimed at promoting Islam in public elementary and secondary schools across the country.

Posted in: Czech Republic
UK: Plot to ‘Islamize’ British Schools
By April 1, 2014 Read More →

UK: Plot to ‘Islamize’ British Schools

British authorities are investigating the source of a document that purportedly outlines a plot by Muslim fundamentalists to Islamize public schools in England and Wales.

Posted in: Britain, Islam in Europe
UK: Child Sex Slavery, Multiculturalism and Islam
By March 24, 2014 Read More →

UK: Child Sex Slavery, Multiculturalism and Islam

British authorities enforcing political correctness have allowed Muslim paedophile gangs to sexually abuse children with impunity for more than two decades, according to a comprehensive new study that examines the harrowing epidemic of child grooming in towns and cities across Britain.

Posted in: Britain, Islam in Europe
France: The Looming Battle over Muslim Integration
By December 31, 2013 Read More →

France: The Looming Battle over Muslim Integration

A panel appointed by French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault to review France’s integration policies has urged the government to implement a “new form of secularism” that would raise the profile of Islam in public life—in order to improve the integration of Muslim immigrants.

Posted in: France, Islam in Europe
Denmark Bans Meatballs to Accommodate Muslims
By August 16, 2013 Read More →

Denmark Bans Meatballs to Accommodate Muslims

One of the largest hospitals in Denmark has admitted to serving only halal beef — meat that is slaughtered in accordance with strict Islamic guidelines — to all of its patients regardless of whether or not they are Muslim.

Posted in: Denmark, Islam in Europe
Britain: Muslim Prison Population Up 200%
By August 2, 2013 Read More →

Britain: Muslim Prison Population Up 200%

The number of Muslim convicts in British prisons has surpassed the 11,000 mark for the first time, according to data included in a new report produced by the British Parliament.