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Coup soldiers attacked civilians with tanks, F-16 jets and helicopters. They targeted innocent civilians deliberately. Turkish parliament and Presidential Complex were also bombed by coup plotters. However, despite this tragic event that no representatives or officials from EU have visited for condolence since failed coup in Turkey.

United States and European Countries had not condemned until it was obvious that coup was failing. During the coup attempt, US Secretary of State John Kerry hoped for "stability, peace, continuity", not for democracy. Amid the coup attempt, US Embassy in Turkey referred the coup as "uprising". United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon also said that "United Nations appeals for calm in Turkey", not for democracy. United Kingdom Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson expressed "concern" over "...

Katie Hopkins, British TV personality and newspaper columnist, tweeted on 10 November 2014 that "Palestinians busy knifing Israelis. 2 state solution my arse. Filthy rodents burrowing beneath Israel. Time to restart the bombing campaign."

The shocking outburst was filmed by the victim’s friend as they sat in a car in the north of England, believed to be Yorkshire. The racist man, who voted Brexit, angrily says: “You’re taking our jobs when we have nothing to live for.”
His victim, referred to as Naz, replies: “What has that got to do with me?
“You sign on – why don’t you go get a job?
“It’s uneducated mother f**kers like you that are stereotyped.
“You’re f**ked in the head.”

Rep. Peter King said that U.S. intelligence agencies have to "surveil the Muslim communities, watch them more carefully" in light of the deadly French attacks that killed as many as 80 people and injured more than 100 others.

Islamophobic graffiti and swastikas has been sprayed all over a quaint little cottage in Alnwick. The words ‘Death to Islam’ and other disgusting vandalism were discovered daubed over the property on Tuesday morning.

A 19-year-old man had been cycling long Freemantle Grove, Hartlepool, on Saturday, July 9, when a grey van with three men inside deliberately swerved towards the teenager. The dangerous move caused the cyclist to move out of the way as he travelled towards Seaton Lane between 4pm and 4.10pm. The trio inside the van then began shouting racial abuse towards the teenager before throwing a Coke can at his head, which hit him just above the eye.
A Cleveland Police spokesman added that the...

Monitoring group’s report paints picture of an explosion of anti-Muslim hate, with women disproportionately targeted by mostly teen perpetrators. Incidents of anti-Muslim abuse and attacks in public areas of the UK rose by 326% in 2015, with women disproportionately targeted by mostly teenage perpetrators, according to a new report from the monitoring group Tell MAMA.
Fiyaz Mughal, Tell MAMA’s founder, said: “We simply cannot have such hatred fester in our communities and in our...

The European Union (EU) is abandoning all pretense of human rights restraints in its refugee policy. A strategy paper published last week by the EU Commission outlined migration partnerships that will compensate nine states in Africa and the Middle East, both transit countries and countries of origin, for their cooperation in deterring refugees.
The goal of the agreements—described as “compacts”—is “the combatting of causes of flight and a reduction of irregular migration to Europe,”...

A Freedom of Information request by Drone Wars UK has revealed that only 5% of British air strikes in Iraq and Syria are pre-planned.

There has been a security alert in Parliament after an envelope containing white powder and a racially offensive note was sent to a Muslim peer. Lord Ahmed of Rotherham said he opened the envelope in his office and was told to stay where he was as it was treated as a chemical or biological incident.
The independent House of Lords member said the powder was later found to be harmless.

"BREAKING POINT" screams the red lettering on an anti-immigration poster from the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP).

The poster was released days before Thursday's EU Referendum, when Britons will decide whether to remain in or leave the European Union.

Set over an image of thousands of refugees in Slovenia in 2015 who had just crossed the border with Croatia on their perilous journey, many of whom were fleeing war and persecution, the poster has been likened to anti-...