There exists an organization Sweden that goes by the name “Young in Sweden” (“Ung i Sverige”), which Radio Sweden has described as “one of the most notable protest movements in the country right now.” It is not just any group of young people — its members are from Afghanistan. According to its website, they fled “violence and persecution” in their homeland, only to find that they were “not welcome after all” in Sweden.
The Young in Sweden website describes the group’s members by first begging for pity — explaining how tough it is to be a refugee and how desperately these young people long to make a lasting home in Sweden and contribute to the country’s future. It portrays them, in the American parlance, as “Dreamers.”
But in a way familiar to observers of the Islamic incursion into the West, the plea for sympathy abruptly gives way to something more aggressive. The group issues a series of what it explicitly calls “demands.” First, it demands that Sweden stop returning to Afghanistan those Afghans whose asylum requests have been rejected. Second, it demands a meeting with Mikael Ribbenvik, Secretary General of the Swedish Migration Agency. Third, it demands that politicians pass laws granting amnesty and residence permits to Afghan refugee claimants.
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President Trump: “I get so much fan mail from people [in the UK]. They love my sense of security, they love what I’m saying about many different things.”
When Trump was asked about the the demand of the Muslim mayor of London and the Labor Party to ban his entry into the United Kingdom and he said “Well, that’s their problem!”.
He will visit Britain if he wants to, and the British people will welcome him, whether Muslim mayor of London likes it or not.
The Muslim mayor of London constantly attacked Trump and demanded that the British government cancel his visit to Britain.
The Mayor of London repeatedly went to the media and declared “Trump is not welcome in the UK”.
Katie Hopkins spoke to caller Aman about why Muslim refugees go to Christian countries, and not other Muslim countries.
Brave Kurdish and Yezidi women, Girls and boys on the front lines fighting against ISIS while millions of Muslim men’ in the military age, fleeing to Europe, Canada and even Australia.
The war in Syria is almost over, Syrian refugees in the West should get ready to return to their homeland to rebuild it.
According to sharia laws:
– There is no freedom of religion or freedom of speech.
– There is no equality between people (the non-Muslim is not equal to the Muslim).
– There are no equal rights for men and women.
– There is no democracy or a separation between religion and state politics.
Sharia is incompatible with Western values.
The decision by US President Donald Trump to prolong the lifting of some sanctions against Iran for a further 120 days has reopened the 4-year old “what to do about Iran” debate.
While some have condemned Trump for renewing sanctions relief for the mullahs, others have castigated him for his call to re-negotiate the “nuclear deal” connoted by his predecessor Barack Obama.
Conducting the “what to do about Iran” debate in a calm and constructive way isn’t easy for two reasons.
The first is that the Iran issue has become linked with the United States and, worse still, more recently with Trump.
As we all know whatever issue involving the US, even remotely, is instantly upgraded for better or for worse.