Refugees Marked with Numbers

Scandalous activities of European countries targeted at migrants continue. The Czech Republic, Austria and Hungary marked refugees arriving in their countries with numbers. This practice resembled the Nazi practice of marking and assigning numbers to people in concentration camps.

US-backed YPG forces committing war crimes against Syrian civilians, according to Amnesty International

US-backed YPG/PYD forces have forcefully displaced thousands of Syrian civilians, mostly Arabs, and demolished villages in northern Syria, often in retaliation for the residents’ perceived sympathies for Islamic State and other militants, London-based human rights watchdog Amnesty International has said. A fact-finding mission to northern Syria has uncovered a wave of forced displacement and home …

Cries of the Afghan girl moving beyond wire fences

News agencies received the photo of a girl sobbing behind the wire fence at the Greek-Macedonian border. Aged 4 to 5, a little Afghan girl was crying ‘Please, open the border!’. Arriving from Afghanistan, thousands of refugees have been waiting at the Idomeni border. The reason for this is that like many other European countries, …

“Do not give food to refugees” Call

Interesting statements in some European countries about refugees fleeing war in Syria and seeking asylum in European countries receive criticism. Belgium has a Minister of Migration who says “Push them back into the sea” and a party leader who says “shoot them if necessary”… A similar statement came from the Governor of the West Flanders …

The Conference of European Rabbis: “Jewish votes in Europe sliding to far-right parties”

It was claimed that the European Jews, afraid of Muslims, were voting for far-right parties in the countries they live in. The claim belongs to the head of the Conference of European Rabbis. The head of the Conference of European Rabbis (CER) Pinchas Goldschmidt stated that the Jews living in Europe are starting to vote …

Sweden and Denmark extends border controls preventing refugee flow

Sweden and Denmark extended border controls that were launched to prevent refugee crossings into the countries until November. Sweden’s Interior Minister Anders Ygeman told Swedish Television SVT that they extended border controls until November 11. In an official statement on the website of the Danish government, it was noted that border controls were extended until …

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