Monthly Archives: December 2017

Germany’s Batty Plan to Deter Migrants by Stefan Frank

Every German knows that hardly any asylum seekers whose applications are rejected are forced to leave Germany. But if their application is rejected and they do decide to return to their home country, they are rewarded with an allowance of between €1000 ($1,200) and €3000 ($3,600).

Islamic Extremism: Who is Purest of Them All? by Giulio Meotti

In the twentieth century, targets were churches and synagogues; today, they are churches, synagogues, mosques, temples — wherever there is a faith, even a Muslim one, that these Islamic fundamentalists want to “purify”.

Jihad Festering in America by A. Z. Mohamed

Saudi influence on American administrations, and relationships between senior officials in both countries, is behind Washington’s ignoring Riyadh’s “well-established… involvement in supporting terrorism and terrorist groups.” — Report by the Institute for Gulf Affairs (IGA), released on June 1.

Locked up in the Islamic Republic of Iran by Denis MacEoin

What is genuinely troubling was the way in which Robert Levinson’s fate has been kept largely secret. The Iranian authorities have never revealed who captured him, who currently holds him, what charges have been laid against him, or even if he is still alive. And no effort has been made to negotiate his release, set a prison term, or work by the rules of international intelligence or diplomacy.

Why William Ruto must become President before 2022 election

President Uhuru Kenyatta (L) and His deputy William Ruto launch of the Jubilee Party Membership Smartcard at Kasarani on January 13, 2017. Photo/Jack Owuor   When Energy CS Charles Keter founded the United Republican Party in January 2012, he adopted the slogan ‘Kusema na Kutenda’ which translates to ‘Word and Action’.

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