” In Berlin, a 32-year-old Bosnian, Edin A., murdered his former girlfriend, a 35-year-old German woman named Michelle E., after she ended their abusive relationship. He also abducted and tortured her 12-year-old son, who was forced to watch his mother’s murder.
Neighbors said they had repeatedly alerted the police about Edin A.’s violent behavior, but the police did nothing.” Continue reading
“The outrage grew louder when it was revealed that Hussein K. had previously been detained on charges of murdering a woman in Greece. According to police, he raped a Greek student and threw her off a cliff on the isle of Corfu in May 2013. He had been sentenced to ten years in prison but was released prematurely only two-and-a-half years into his sentence in October 2015, following a Greek law to ease prison overcrowding.”
German authorities say he will be tried as a juvenile. Continue reading
“Before their independence, the Ottomans ruled the Greeks with an Islam-o iron fist, instituting a regime of apartheid and enslaving whole populations of our forefathers for some 400 years…whole communities across Greece were wiped out. An enormous amount of blood was spilled in the name of Greek independence from Muslim Turks…” — Faith Goldy Continue reading
“The concept of having students identify a particular position is pretty critical, whether they can analyze a position, and then decide whether to agree or not.” Continue reading
According to local reporter Julie McMahon, the students were asked to “put themselves in a Nazi leaders’ shoes and argue for or against the ‘Final Solution’ to exterminate Jewish people.” Continue reading
Back in 2007, a government backed study in the UK found that a number of British schools stopped teaching the history of the Holocaust to avoid “offending” Muslim students. The report found that,
“…some teachers are reluctant to cover the atrocity for fear of upsetting students whose beliefs include Holocaust denial.” — Adara Press
You look at the European Union and it’s Germany. Basically a vehicle for Germany.
— President-Elect Donald Trump