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British Defence Secretary: ISIS Fighters Should Be Hunted Down And Killed

In the strongest remarks yet from a senior cabinet minister, Williamson suggested there was deliberate targeting of British jihadists by the armed forces fighting Isis as the group retreats in Syria and Iraq.

The new defence secretary told the Daily Mail: “A dead terrorist can’t cause any harm to Britain.”

98 per cent of refugees in Germany’s second largest city are unemployed

According to new statistics, integrating refugees into the German labour market is still a very hard task.

The German liberal party FDP acquired numbers of the country’s second largest city Hamburg and they are devastating: of the 1,067 sampled refugees, only 20 of them had a job.

They came for free benefits and to multiply, not to work. 

Interfaith speed meeting event aims to combat prejudice in Hamilton

The Speed Meet Different Beliefs event will have tables set up for groups ranging from atheism to Zoroastrianism.

Organizer Sarah Wayland says people will be given 15-minute windows to ask questions and hopefully learn.

That’s all good and fine until the Muslim suicide bomber shows up.

Kiwis Reject Halal Racket; NZ Herald Journaille Promptly Calls Them “Racist”

A woman who is campaigning for KFC to introduce halal meat has copped a raft of racist and abusive comments.

Auckland Muslim Syeda Fouzia, who helped start the campaign “We Want Halal KFCs Back In New Zealand”, believes delivering halal food “is not that difficult”.

However, her views have met a backlash after she received a barrage of hate mail.

Fouzia revealed she has been told to “go back to your own country”, and another person said New Zealand runs the risk of being placed under “Sharia law”.

Government regulations will soon mandate halal availability.

Toronto council approves action plan to confront anti-Black racism

Council has approved an action plan to confront anti-Black racism.

The action plan still needs to be approved in the 2018 budget, to be considered next week. In its report, city staff said it is requesting close to $1 million to get started.

Over five years, the action plan will address “policies and practices embedded in Canadian institutions that reflect and reinforce beliefs, attitudes, prejudice, stereotyping and/or discrimination that is directed at people of African descent and is rooted in their unique history and experience of enslavement and colonization here in Canada,” the report said.