Could it become Europe’s first Islamic State?
Currently 59.5 million people – nearly 1 percent of the world’s population – are refugees, asylum seekers or internally displaced and half of them are children.
The case of Sweden
The Swedes have taken in more than their fair share of refugees and Muslims account for about 5% of the country’s 9 million people and a backlash against immigrants is building. But it may be too little too late.
In 2016, Sweden received 28,939 asylum seekers. Yet Sweden is a predominantly Christian country in northern Europe but most asylum seekers to Sweden came from three Muslim countries in the Middle East: Syria (5,459), Afghanistan (2,969) and Iraq (2,758).
Why is it that people
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The modern spread of Islam
The future of all European women under Islam
For most people in this world, one of the most common dreams is for peace, happiness and prosperity. This applies to atheists, pagans and peoples of all religions and beliefs. Unfortunately a large percentage of our global population believes that peace, happiness and prosperity will only occur when everyone else conforms to their beliefs.
Beliefs regarding democracy and aspects of socialism have in fact created a reasonably stable order and conditions for people to live out their dreams and fantasies, but unfortunately many of these dreams and fantasies have come at other people’s expense.
For the Christians to be happy, everyone in the world must
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And our urge for self destruction
Police under attack, Paris 2016
We call ourselves human beings, yet we spend much of our lives simply doing stuff and while we exist in what is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful locations in the universe, we are almost the only species that has such a self-destructive bent and destroys what is beautiful.
Through some very basic observation we know that millions of people take their own lives every year because for some reason, the suffering they experience in their own minds is intolerable. We can see large swathes of pristine nature being destroyed for profit. Much of what we create quickly becomes waste and this waste is returned to the environment
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The unenlightened welcome death
The majority of the world’s people living far from the front lines have no idea what Islam represents. Since World War II we have been Molly coddled and taken on the mantle of political correctness. All life is value and we are all equal under the law.
In the Muslim countries that have been torn apart by war we are torn up with emotion at their suffering and moved to sympathy. The sympathy runs deep across the political elite who have invited these refugees to reside in their countries. Because they are the elite they can assign taxpayer dollars to refugee care but because they are elite they do not have to have any interaction
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Spain is in Southwestern Europe and borders on to the Bay of Biscay, Mediterranean Sea, North Atlantic Ocean and the Pyrenees Mountains. It’s neighbours are France, Portugal and Gibraltar, occupying most of the Iberian peninsula. This region once had several independent kingdoms. In the early 8th century A. D. a Moslem occupation began and lasted for nearly seven centuries. In 1492 Christians from the north re-conquered the region resulting in the unification of kingdoms known as Spain today.
Spain became a world power in the 16th and 17th centuries (sometimes called “the Golden Age of Spain) when Christopher Columbus discovered America and Spain colonised parts of the Caribbean, Central and South America, the Philippines and Africa. They used their military
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Brush up your Spanish
Enjoy the city, beach or country, there’s something for all
By Jessica Lloyd
Spain is a wonderful country to visit, the sun shines most of the time, the Spanish people are very friendly and everyone is generally happy. They like a good party, and some of their outrageous hair styles are constant sources of amusement and envy – they have a sense of style which really makes you look twice. The lack of American influence here is a breath of fresh air, and the people have their own sense of style and flavours.
The countryside is enchanting with some great beaches, and the food is excellent. Spain is famous for its Tapas, snack-like gourmet food
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A land time forgot
Biertan is one of the most important Saxon villages with fortified churches in Transylvania. Image courtesy of Romanian Travel
Romania lies between Bulgaria, Ukraine, Hungary, Serbia and the Black sea. It has a population of around 23 million and is renowned for its mountains, forests, quaint historic towns with medieval, Transylvanian and Gothic architecture.
In some ways, Romania is the country that Europe has left behind and perhaps its because Romania and the region of Transylvania is where the Dracula legend arises from.
It is a land of contrasts with high mountains, rustic villages that seem more part of the mediaeval era than the modern. Than this, you’ll also find great works of
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The Emerald Isle
A beautiful island situated in the Atlantic Ocean just west of England, it’s famous for Guinness and the cheerful Irish music that lightens the step. But Ireland’s history has been chequered and one of the lesser-known facts is that the Irish were taken as slaves to the USA before black slavery began. The Irish were more harshly treated than any other people and many politicians don’t want us to know this.
Repeatedly Invaded since the bronze age by the Gauls, Saxons and English, Ireland was divided into Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland in 1920. Saint Patrick introduced Christianity in 432 and the country became a centre of Gaelic and
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The place to spend Christmas in Germany
Everyone seems to make quite a big deal out of Christmas here, with every town having its own Christmas markets. Houses are all lit up with lights and Santa’s, and the sometimes-there snow makes it quite special. The Christmas markets appear to be identical in every town around Stuttgart, with the city center’s being the biggest. There is an ice-skating rink, tons of stalls with all kinds of sweet treats, and of course the very traditional hot cup of German mulled wine.
The towns around Stuttgart are numerous. With 80 million people, Germany is certainly a consumer market of its own. It is no surprise that you can find Germans everywhere around the
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Germany’s Capital and Metropolis of Culture
Germany’s capital Berlin is a bustling city, a place of magic dubbed the entertainment capital of Europe. Here visitors to Germany and the city of Berlin can experience such a variety of entertainment it may be difficult to decide which events to attend.
There are opera houses, theaters, concert halls, bars, clubs, vaudevilles, revues, restaurants and pubs all awaiting your patronage. Attend the Berlin Film Festival (known as “Berlinale”) or listen to the distinctive sound’s of Berlin’s Philharmonics Orchestra or experience events such as the annual Love Parade
There are 100’s of museums, gothic cathedrals and historic places. Go shopping for fine arts or bargains in flea markets
Accommodation in Berlin ranges from Hotels
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