The knife-attack in Lübeck

GERMANY. The packed bus was heading for the popular beach Travemuende on friday and I can imagine how the passangers were looking forward to swimming and sunbathing at the end of their workweek. But then the 34-year old man, originally from Iran but a German citizen for years, stepped on the bus. He had a kitchen…

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Death is better than life under islam

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Not allowed to think

UK. Dr. David Mackereth, 55, have worked for 26 years for the National Health Service was denied a spot on the Department for Work and Pensions as a assessor of disabilities when he wouldn’t use peoples prefered pronouns. He’s reflections on the topic are the same as Jordan B. Peterson had (and I hope it gives him…

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Feminist muslima wants polygamy

SWEDEN. An interview with Islamolog and preschool teacher Suad Muhamed made by SVT in October 2017 have started the debate on polygamy once again on twitter. The practice isn’t legal here, but she argues that it should be. Suad grew up in a family with three wifes and even though she mentions that the situation…

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Persecution of Christians – week 28

2018-07-09  20 Christians were seriously injured, including broken bones, when their prayer meeting was attacked by about 35 Hindu radicals in Raikashipur, India. The Christians were accused of forcing conversions and now have several criminal charges against them. There haven’t been any cosequences for the Hindus. The Fulani Militia attacked several villages in Nigeria and 50…

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Murder guarantees heaven

There is no guarantee to heaven for the man who lived a life of sacrifice for the welfare of his family or his community. Islam does not tell the Muslim man he is guaranteed heaven if he makes the world a peaceful place, but it does guarantee him heaven if he blows up the marketplaces…

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The donkeyrider?

SWEDEN. Every summer the Swedish Radio (SR) let a number of both famous and unfamous people send an hour where they share their story, thoughts and favourite music. It’s very popular and on 3/7 it was Kent Wistis turn.  For disclosure I have to mention that I haven’t listened to Wistis broadcast, mainly because I…

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Give them wifi!

SWEDEN. During the summer there has been a new phenomena in the small town of Falköping. Schools have been broken into and vandalized by teenagers who want to get access to the schools wifi. This is an increasing problem and now the schools have decided to turn off the wifi. But the interesting part is…

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One pin to rule them all

SWEDEN. The work enviroment at the hospital in Södertälje is really bad and threats, insults and violence is a common occurence. But don’t worry! Their Chief of Security, Melina Mellin, has found the solution! Together with the staff she has designed a pin that every nurse and physician can wear on their scrubs to prevent…

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The Nazi’s of today

VATICAN. Pope Francis held a speech to a group from Italy’s Family Association in Rome this June and said something that rang true for me. Very true. I say this with pain. In the last century the whole world was scandalized about what the Nazis did to purify the race. Today we do the same, but…

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Residence permits & rapes

SWEDEN. The so-called gymnasium law, that would make it possible for 9 000 Afghans to stay and study, is the unwanted gift that just keeps going. After the law fell apart an appeal have been lodged against the Superior Migration Court. They won’t be able to take care of it för the next two months…

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Persection of Christians – week 27

2018-06-03 During the last year and a half the Myanmar military have bombed 60 churches and turned some of them into Buddhist pagodas. The Kachin people who are 95% Christian are beaing treatened increasingly worse. Murders and rape have occured. 2018-07-04 A spirituality center for Franciscan nuns in the southern Philippines were raided by both police…

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Former ISIS-member arrested for murder

SWEDEN. Two persons were shot to death on the third of July in an housing area in the no go zone Vivalla, Örebro. The victims were two men in their twenties and that later died. Now a fourth suspect have been arrested.  The man is in his thirties and have a criminal background. He went…

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Armed security may be needed in hospitals

SWEDEN. The Moderate Party have promised that all hospitalstaff in Stockholm an education in safety. But Andreas Fischer, chairman for Hospital Doctors in Stockhom, say that that isn’t enough.  The physicians have asked for this education for ten years, but Fischer thinks security have to increase anyway. Within five to ten years the emergency may…

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Don’t want the problems of Europe

SOUTH KOREA. About 520 000 residents have signed a petition against the government’s migration policy. After reading about how mass-immigration have affected Europe they are afraid that the same will happen to them. And rightly so. It was after the government approved a program that makes it possible to come to the country without a…

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Deradicalization doesn’t work

SWEDEN. Magnus Ranstorp, researchleader at National Defence College, is one of the authors to the rapport about Salafism. In a recent interview Ranstorp was asked about deradicalization and he thinks that it’s possible to influence those who is in an early stage, but the ways of doing it is underdeveloped. It’s nearly impossible to change…

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Who’s teaching violence?

SWEDEN. At the same time as Thomas Gür tried to hold his adress and the church bells started to chime because of the unpleasantness of it all something else was going on close to the church. Almost at the exact same spot a group of 10-20 Muslims gathered to pray. One of them was Yasri…

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Dean goes SJW and prevents free speech

SWEDEN. Journalist and author Thomas Gür, immigrant from Turkey, is known for commenting on present day issues. And since he’s chosen to remain in reality instead of entering the so called opinion corridore he’s not been treated very well by the media. He has also had a number of pop-up seminars that he announces on…

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Children taken out of Sweden

SWEDEN. The social services know of 33 children that have been taken out of Sweden by relatives so far this year. Juno Blom (L), who have worked with these issues for many years, say that authorities have to change their way of thinking. For example there was a 12-year old girl who had asked for…

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Most dangerous countries for women

Thomson Reuters Foundation have made a new poll about how women are treated around the world. Seven years ago the most dangerous places to live as a woman was Afghanistan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Pakistan, India, and Somalia. Now the list looks like this: India Afghanistan Syria Somalia Saudi Arabia Pakistan Democratic Republic of Congo…

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