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Geert Wilders

Dutch anti-Islam lawmaker revives plan for Mohammad cartoon contest

Original plans for the contest were shelved over a year ago for fear of violent retribution.

By REUTERS
29/12/2019
Prominent academic Tariq Ramadan

Prominent Islamic scholar Tariq Ramadan accused of third sexual assault

Ramadan is a professor of Islamic Studies at Oxford, but he has been on a leave of absence since November 2017, after sexual allegations against him emerged.

Arrivée de migrants en Europe

WATCH: Ambassador Dore Gold addresses migration crisis into Europe

The study addresses "the unprecedented dilemmas confronting European states resulting from mass immigration from Africa and the Middle East."

Muslims pray during Friday prayers at the Turkish Kuba Camii mosque.

Islam doesn't belong to Germany, new interior minister says

The German government estimates between 4.4 and 4.7 million Muslims are living in Germany.

By REUTERS
16/03/2018

French PM vows to combat 'slow-burn' threat of radical Islam

"Islamist radicalization is a threat to our society, and not just when it leads to violence. It's a challenge every time the law of the state is respected only if compatible with religious tenets."

By REUTERS
23/02/2018

Court says German mosque must stop broadcasting call to prayer

The local Christian couple had argued that the call to prayers violated their own religious rights.

By REUTERS
02/02/2018
London van attack

Man who drove van into London mosque worshipers jailed for 43 years

"You allowed your mind to be poisoned by those who claim to be leaders," the judge told the killer.

By REUTERS
02/02/2018

Burka ban goes into effect in Austria

"Acceptance and respect of Austrian values are basic conditions for successful cohabitation between the majority Austrian population and people from third countries living in Austria."

By REUTERS , JPOST.COM STAFF
02/10/2017

German police: Antisemitism is possible cause for attacks on Synagogue

Rabbi Abraham Cooper from the international human rights organization Simon Wiesenthal Center had sharply criticized the Ulm authorities.

Two years on, Europe’s refugee and migration crises simmer

Hungarian FM: "Politics has raped European law and values."

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