A debate is raging in Austria after a study suggested that Islamic kindergartens in Vienna were helping to create “parallel societies” or even produce the dangerous homegrown radicals of the future.
According to its author, Ednan Aslan, a Turkish-born Austrian professor at Vienna University, some 10,000 children aged two to six attend around 150 Muslim preschools, teaching the Koran much like Christian ones do with Bible studies.
This is according to Jesuit Father Samir Khalil Samir, professor of Islamic studies at the Pontifical Oriental Institute in Rome, who says it is false when people say such attacks have nothing to do with Islam. “ISIS is not doing anything which is neither in the Quran nor in the Mohammedan tradition,” he says.
On April 9, 2017, UN Watch, an independent NGO which monitors the United Nations, submitted a formal letter to Prime Minister Trudeau together with a new report which exposes 60 new cases of teachers, principals and other employees of Hamas-tied United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) publicly endorsing radical Islamic terrorism, praising Hitler and calling for the murder of Jews.
In the letter, executive director Hillel Neuer writes that UN Watch is “extremely troubled” that Canada would fund schools that “knowingly employ exponents of racism and terrorism”, calls on Canada to stand by its commitment to exercise stringent oversight of Canadian taxpayer dollars which fund the organization and requests that Canada demand the immediate termination of all UNRWA personnel who are found to be preaching anti-Semitism or incitement to murder and genocide.
Trump, who had slammed NATO as “obsolete,” recently pledged his support for NATO after secretary general Jens Stoltenberg said the 28 members of the alliance will finally start paying their fair share for military spending.
While liberal media have blasted Trump for “flip-flopping” on NATO, what he wanted all along was not a dissolution of NATO, but for its members to share the burdens of fighting ISIS and protecting world peace.
The world of autonomous vehicles extends well beyond cars and hoverbikes. The US Air Force has successfully demonstrated their very first autonomous F-16 fighter jet, which is capable of striking against a target without third-party control. A very disturbing development, according to some, even though it goes to show there is a bright future ahead for autonomous vehicles as a whole.
“Killing is not the end of the problem with MS-13,” the Fox News host explained. “Its members have been caught running child prostitution rings. They’ve been contracted by Mexican drug cartels and paid to run torture operations, and of course, they engage in the usual extortion, drug trafficking, and human smuggling.”
The trip saw pupils from Kilmorie Primary School in Lewisham, London, meet controversial preacher Shakeel Begg, who the High Court said ‘promoted and encouraged religious violence’.
Students at the school, aged eight and nine, were taken to the Lewisham Islamic Centre to take part in a discussion with the imam.
Ironically enough, the piece starts out responding to what the author sees as unfair allegations that Wellesley students and professors foster “an environment where free speech is not allowed or is a violated right. Many outside sources have painted us as a bunch of hot house flowers who cannot exist in the real world.”
National President of the Customs and Immigration Union admits that nearly 50% of the illegal migrants who crossed into Manitoba on foot in the last few weeks have been detained because of “serious criminality”, reported the CBC.
Thousands of migrants illegally crossed the Canadian border from the US following Prime Minister Trudeau’s “Welcome to Canada” tweet. “To those fleeing persecution, terror & war, Canadians will welcome you, regardless of your faith. Diversity is our strength #WelcomeToCanada”, Trudeau wrote on January 28, 2017.