POLICE ARREST SUSPECTS LINKED TO BERLIN CHRISTMAS MARKET ATTACKER

Berlin police raided seven houses in the early hours of yesterday morning of people suspected of returning from Syria and having links to the failed asylum seeker who ploughed a truck into crowds at a Christmas Market last year.

The Berlin Prosecutor General’s office tweeted that they are “investigating travels to IS (Islamic State) areas” and that “searches in parts of the city are ongoing”.

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Sweden: Migrant rapes cancer-surviving mother while her child is sleeping in the other room

A mother of a toddler was raped in her home in Umeå by a migrant, because “she offended him”. The 35-year-old migrant committed this horrible act while the woman’s young child was in the room next to them.

Swedish media say it all happened after the man came to the woman’s house to ask if she wanted to be registered as the buyer of his pizzeria so that he could get an alcohol license for it. But the woman was not interested and according to the migrant she “closed the door before him”.

When he came back he said that he had never been “so insulted in his entire life” and that he “is not like a Swedish man, who would accept that”. The migrant said he is a “real man from Armenia” and then raped her.

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Cologne To Distribute ‘Tolerance’ Wristbands to Combat New Year’s Eve Sex Attacks

The city of Cologne has announced they will be handing out “respect” wristbands to encourage understanding between individuals on New Year’s Eve and prevent the kind of sex attacks that occurred in 2015.

The wristbands are part of a new campaign called “respect” which is sponsored by the city government and controversial Cologne Mayor Henriette Reker. Many have slammed Reker and the campaign on social media likening it to comments she made shortly after the 2015 attacks calling on women to keep men at “arm’s length”, Kronen Zeitung reports.

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Watch: French mayor led a protest march in Paris against Muslims praying in public – Is civil war coming to Europe?

French mayor led a protest march in a Paris suburb to demand Muslims stop praying outdoors.

The phenomenon of street prayers, which see Muslims spreading mats on footpaths, became a common sight in Europe.

Praying in the streets of Paris is against the law but French police refuse to enforce the law banning Muslims from praying in public.

Under French law, police can use force and arrest Muslims, and those of any other faith, disobey the rule to keep the French capital’s public spaces secular.

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Student suspended for debating Islamic extremism with Muslim peer in debate club

Officials allegedly said it could be ‘harassing,’ told him to observe ‘social cues’

A Missouri high school that suspended a student for making critical comments about Islamic extremism says he’s not allowed to appeal the finding of wrongdoing.

Senior Alex Lonsdale, a member of Liberty High’s nationally ranked debate club, says he was just trying to have a friendly debate.

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