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Slams “offensive” remarks of AfD leader

Paul Joseph Watson | – MAY 23, 2018

A German priest reacted to AfD leader Alice Weidel’s comments about the Islamic veil by wearing one during the Pentecostal sermon.

Weidel courted controversy after a speech in parliament during which she stated, “I can tell you that burqas, headscarf girls and men armed with knives living on welfare, will not assure our prosperity nor our economical growth and even less our welfare state.”

The priest of Our-Lady of Aalen, Wolfgang Sedlmeier, responded by wearing an Islamic hijab during his sermon in protest against Weidel’s “offensive and condescending remarks”.

“Anyone who discriminates against people who follow their faith and choose to cover their heads is going against human dignity and the Pentecostal’s spirit,” claimed Sedlmeier.

The anti-mass immigration AfD swept into parliament in September last year directly as a result of Angela Merkel’s dreadful handling of the migrant crisis, after she opened up the borders to around 2 million predominantly Muslim migrants from 2015 onwards.

This has caused major problems in Germany society, including in schools where ISIS beheading videos are spreading like wildfire and Christian students and teachers are being bullied and attacked.

The president of Germany’s Teachers Association has warned that schools with over 70% migrant students are spiraling out of control, with attacks on Jewish students also becoming commonplace.

Earlier this month, we reported on how 200 African migrants rioted in the German town of Ellwangen to prevent the deportation of a Congolese man who was subsequently released as police fled the scene in fear.

Forecasts show that ethnic Germans could become a minority in their own country by 2060.

During the height of the migrant crisis, Green Party leader openly celebrated the fact that Germans would become a minority in major cities even sooner.

“Our society will change. Our city will change radically. I hold that in 20, 30 years there will no longer be (German) majorities in our city,” she said, before adding, “This is a good thing!”

As the video below (which is banned in Germany) highlights, instead of reversing their disastrous immigration policies, the German government seems intent on indoctrinating the German population to blithely accept their new reality.


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Migrants encouraged to join “Drive into your new future” pilot project

Dan Lyman | – MAY 22, 2018

Migrants in Germany are eagerly joining a new program designed to fast-track them into truck driving jobs as the industry faces a shortage of qualified operators.

The German Red Cross and the Logistics Business Association have teamed up to establish the “Drive into your new future” pilot project, in which 25 companies are participating to offer placements for up to 100 ‘asylum seekers,’ German media reports.

“Within a few days, 90 interested parties applied from all over Schleswig-Holstein and even from Hamburg, and 50 more refugees been placed on a waiting list,” says Ilka Hübner, head of a local Red Cross integration team and co-creator of the program.

“A member of our mobile integration team will assist group lessons in Neumünster and Flensburg, and in addition there will be a refugee representative who will support the trainees during the apprenticeship in the companies.”

According to Daniel Christ, manager of a family-owned logistics business, truckers have a poor image in Germany, and are struggling to attract young men to the industry.

“The days when every boy wanted to become a truck driver, and where TV shows like Auf Auf Achse (‘On the Move’) inspired the profession, are over,” he asserts.

In 2016, German Chancellor Angela Merkel proposed a plan to streamline the application process for migrants to become professional drivers, and was flatly rejectedby the Association of German Professional Motorists and the Federal Association of Professional Driver Associations.

“We say clearly: no,” said Wolfgang Westermann, who was head of both organizations. “You cannot put everyone on a forty-ton and just go with it… That does not solve any problems.”

Vehicles and large trucks have become a favored weapon for jihadis, and bollards are now commonly used to guard public gatherings across the West from ‘truck attacks.’

A Tunisian ‘asylum seeker’ hijacked a tractor-trailer and crashed it through a Berlin Christmas market in 2016, killing 12 and injuring over 50.

The Islamic terrorism magazine Inspire has issued explicit instructions about these types of attacks in an article titled “The Ultimate Mowing Machine” which calls for jihadists to utilize trucks as “mowing machine[s], not to mow grass but mow down the enemies of Allah.”

Four young women were killed and twelve others were injured when a tractor-trailer driven by Mohamed Yussuf Jama slammed into stopped traffic on I-55 in Illinois in 2017.

Officials say Jama made “no attempt to stop,” but no citation was issued in what Illinois State Police called “one of the worst crashes” they had ever witnessed. Jama initially refused to give a statement on the cause of the crash when questioned by authorities.


Time to ‘take fate into its own hands’: Europe can’t rely on US protection anymore, says Merkel

Europe can no longer count on the US in defense and must take matters into its own hands, German Chancellor Angela Merkel stated during a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron, who also said: “Something should be done.”

“It’s no longer the case that the United States will simply just protect us,” Merkel said in a speech honoring President Macron, who came to Aachen to receive the prestigious Charlemagne Prize. Receiving a round of applause, Merkel stated: “Rather, Europe needs to take its fate into its own hands. That’s the task for the future.

Europe has to “act together and speak with one voice,” she said, as cited by Germany’s Die Welt newspaper. “But let’s be honest: Europe is still in its infancy with regard to the common foreign policy.”

Speaking after Merkel, Macron said that “We should not be waiting, we must do something right now. Let us not be weak,” added the French president.

Last year, Merkel had made a similar statement, urging Europe to become less dependent on its transatlantic ally. “The times in which we could completely depend on others are on the way out. I’ve experienced that in the last few days,” she told a crowd a day after attending the G7 summit in Italy.

The German chancellor, who secured her fourth term earlier this year, reiterated that Europeans “must really take our destiny into our own hands, of course in friendship with the United States, in friendship with Great Britain, with good neighborly relations wherever possible, also with Russia and other countries.”

Nevertheless, countries within the EU “have to know that we have to fight for our future and our fate ourselves as Europeans.”

Merkel’s statement comes shortly after US President Donald Trump announced his decision to withdraw from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, prompting a backlash from members of the accord, including Germany. On Wednesday, the German chancellor said: “We will remain committed to this agreement and will do everything to ensure that Iran complies with its obligations.”

While Merkel avoided openly criticizing Trump, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas earlier accused the US leader of “not insignificantly throwing back the efforts to bring stability to the region.”Describing Trump’s decision as “incomprehensible,” Maas said the move would undermine confidence in international treaties.

On Thursday, he reiterated that it is crucial for Iran to stick to its obligations under the international nuclear deal, and that Moscow should use its influence on Tehran in this regard. Speaking after talks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, Maas also said that Berlin and Moscow agreed that the Iran nuclear agreement should be upheld.

Moscow recently said it believes that there are ways to guarantee continued cooperation between Iran and the other parties to the deal despite Washington’s attempts to disrupt it. “There are means to guarantee that this cooperation would continue despite the attempts to deter it,” the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said.

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Trump Pulls US Out Of “Unacceptable, Defective” Iran Deal; Obama Slams Decision As “So Misguided”

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By Tyler Durden

  • President Trump is withdrawing the U.S. from the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran
  • Trump is reinstating sanctions on Iran, but didn’t explain how that will play out
  • The deal “should have never never been made,” the president says
  • Trump says the Iran deal negotiated by the Obama administration failed to protect America’s national security, but he didn’t give any examples
  • Iran’s ballistic missile program feature strongly in Trump’s remarks, even though this activity wasn’t covered under the original agreement
  • Trump cited Iran’s involvement in other regional conflicts, including Yemen and Syria
  • While his statement started out using the harshest possible language to describe the Iranian regime, he softened his tone to talk about the Iranian people
  • The president cited “evidence” from Israel to back his claims on Iran’s activity
  • Trump compared his actions today to the ongoing negotiations with North Korea to bring an end to that country’s nuclear program
  • Rouhani, commenting on Trump’s announcement, says Iran can achieve benefits of the JCPOA with five countries. He said that the country is prepared for enrichment IF NEEDED in three weeks
  • “The EU is determined to act in accordance with its security interests and to protect its economic investments” in Iran, EU foreign policy chief Mogherini said. The bloc signals it won’t shy away from a showdown with Trump
  • Former US President Barack Obama called Trump’s decision “so misguided.”
  • UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres calls on other nations to preserve Iran deal.

Update 6: UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said that he is “deeply concerned by today’s announcement that the US will be withdrawing” from the Iran deal.

Guterres said controversies relating to the agreement should be resolved within its mechanism for handling disagreements, and that “issues not directly related to the JCPOA should be addressed without prejudice to preserving the agreement.”

He also called on the deal’s remaining partners to work together to preserve the accord.


I am deeply concerned by today’s announcement that the United States will be withdrawing from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and will begin reinstating US sanctions.

I have consistently reiterated that the JCPOA represents a major achievement in nuclear non-proliferation and diplomacy and has contributed to regional and international peace and security.

It is essential that all concerns regarding the implementation of the Plan be addressed through the mechanisms established in the JCPOA. Issues not directly related to the JCPOA should be addressed without prejudice to preserving the agreement and its accomplishments.

I call on other JCPOA participants to abide fully by their respective commitments under the JCPOA and on all other Member States to support this agreement.

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Update 5: Former President Barack Obama has issued a statement about President Trump’s decision to pull out of the 2015 JCPOA, one of his signature foreign policy accomplishments.

And as one might expect, he’s not happy.

Obama slammed the decision as “so misguided” and said that “walking away from the JCPOA turns our back on America’s closest allies, and an agreement that our country’s leading diplomats, scientists, and intelligence professionals negotiated.”


Update 4: Iranian President Rouhani appeared State TV blasting Trump, saying that “Iran complies with its commitments, US has never complied.” Furthermore, Rouhani added that from now on, “JCPOA is between Iran and 5 counties only.”

Rouhani confirmed that currency controls and reforms are being undertaken to be ready for the decision, and added that Tehran is ready to resume its nuclear enrichment work within 3 weeks after holding talks with the European members of the deal.


Nancy Pelosi backs Rouhani:

Today is a sad day for America’s global leadership.  The Trump Administration’s dangerous & impulsive action is no substitute for real global leadership.

Saudi Arabia welcomed President Donald Trump’s decision on Tuesday to withdraw the United States from the international nuclear agreement with Iran and to reimpose economic sanctions on Tehran.

“Iran used economic gains from the lifting of sanctions to continue its activities to destablise the region, particularly by developing ballistic missiles and supporting terrorist groups in the region,”according to a statement carried on Saudi-owned Al Arabiya television.

Sunni Muslim Saudi Arabia, a key U.S. ally, has been at loggerheads with Shi’ite Iran for decades, and the countries have fought a long-running proxy war in the Middle East.

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Update 3: US Treasury announces that it will begin the process of implementing 90- and 180-day wind-down periods for activities involving Iran that were consistent with sanctions relief. At the end of that period, all applicable sanctions will come back into effect.

Today President Donald J. Trump announced his decision to cease the United States’ participation in the JCPOA and begin reimposing U.S. nuclear-related sanctions on the Iranian regime. Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) is taking immediate action to implement the President’s decision. Sanctions will be reimposed subject to certain 90 day and 180 day wind-down periods. At the conclusion of the wind-down periods, the applicable sanctions will come back into full effect. This includes actions under both our primary and secondary sanctions authorities. OFAC posted today to its website frequently asked questions (FAQs) that provide guidance on the sanctions that are to be re-imposed and the relevant wind-down periods.

Below is a statement from Secretary of the Treasury Steven T. Mnuchin in response to the President’s decision:

“President Trump has been consistent and clear that this Administration is resolved to addressing the totality of Iran’s destabilizing activities. We will continue to work with our allies to build an agreement that is truly in the best interest of our long-term national security. The United States will cut off the IRGC’s access to capital to fund Iranian malign activity, including its status as the world’s largest state sponsor of terror, its use of ballistic missiles against our allies, its support for the brutal Assad regime in Syria, its human rights violations against its own people, and its abuses of the international financial system.”

OFAC updated its website today to provide guidance, including new FAQs

The Treasury Department’s FAQ on sanctions is very blunt:

Q: Will the United States resume efforts to reduce Iran’s crude oil sales?

A: Yes.

However, it appears it is very unclear just what sanction-specifics are…


Update 2: After initially spiking, oil is now rapidly fading the entire move.

Meanwhile, at least Israel is delighted by the development:


Statement from House Speaker Paul Ryan:

“From the beginning, the Obama-era Iran Deal was deeply flawed. Iran’s hostile actions since its signing have only reaffirmed that it remains dedicated to sowing instability in the region. The president’s announcement today is a strong statement that we can and must do better. I have always believed the best course of action is to fix the deficiencies in the agreement. It is unfortunate that we could not reach an understanding with our European partners on a way to do that, but I am grateful to them for working with the United States toward that goal. The president is right to insist that we hold Iran accountable both today and for the long-term. There will now be an implementation period for applying sanctions on Iran. During that time, it is my hope that the United States will continue to work with our allies to achieve consensus on addressing a range of destabilizing Iranian behavior—both nuclear and non-nuclear.”

The full White House fact sheet on ending the “Unacceptable” Iran deal can be found here, some excerpts below:

The Iran Deal was one of the worst and most one-sided transactions the United States has ever entered into.

President Donald J. Trump

PROTECTING AMERICA FROM A BAD DEAL: President Donald J. Trump is terminating the United States’ participation in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) with Iran and re-imposing sanctions lifted under the deal.

  • President Trump is terminating United States participation in the JCPOA, as it failed to protect America’s national security interests.
  • The JCPOA enriched the Iranian regime and enabled its malign behavior, while at best delaying its ability to pursue nuclear weapons and allowing it to preserve nuclear research and development.
  • The President has directed his Administration to immediately begin the process of re-imposing sanctions related to the JCPOA.
  • The re-imposed sanctions will target critical sectors of Iran’s economy, such as its energy, petrochemical, and financial sectors.
    • Those doing business in Iran will be provided a period of time to allow them to wind down operations in or business involving Iran.
  • Those who fail to wind down such activities with Iran by the end of the period will risk severe consequences.
  • United States withdrawal from the JCPOA will pressure the Iranian regime to alter its course of malign activities and ensure that Iranian bad acts are no longer rewarded.  As a result, both Iran and its regional proxies will be put on notice.  As importantly, this step will help ensure global funds stop flowing towards illicit terrorist and nuclear activities.

IRAN’S BAD FAITH AND BAD ACTIONS: Iran negotiated the JCPOA in bad faith, and the deal gave the Iranian regime too much in exchange for too little.

  • Intelligence recently released by Israel provides compelling details about Iran’s past secret efforts to develop nuclear weapons, which it lied about for years.
    • The intelligence further demonstrates that the Iranian regime did not come clean about its nuclear weapons activity, and that it entered the JCPOA in bad faith.
  • The JCPOA failed to deal with the threat of Iran’s missile program and did not include a strong enough mechanism for inspections and verification.
  • The JCPOA foolishly gave the Iranian regime a windfall of cash and access to the international financial system for trade and investment.
    • Instead of using the money from the JCPOA to support the Iranian people at home, the regime has instead funded a military buildup and continues to fund its terrorist proxies, such as Hizballah and Hamas.
    • Iran violated the laws and regulations of European countries to counterfeit the currency of its neighbor, Yemen, to support the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) Quds Force’s destabilizing activities.

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Shortly after Trump’s announcement, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo issued the following statement:

Update: President Trump has confirmed the US withdrawal from the Iran Nuclear Deal and will be instituting the highest level of sanctions against Iran, adding that any nation that aids Iran will also be sanctioned.


Trump stated that he has decided against continuing to waive sanctions as laid out in the 2015 JCPOA pact, i.e. Nuclear Deal, between the United States, Iran, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Russia and China. The deal provided Tehran billions in sanctions relief in exchange for curbing its nuclear program.

International inspectors and the deal’s signatories, including U.S. officials, have said Iran continues to comply with the terms of the agreement, but Trump has long derided the Obama-era accord as the “worst deal ever negotiated.” Trump had kept the deal alive by waiving sanctions several times since taking office. However, when the president last renewed the waivers in January, he warned he would not do so again unless European allies agreed to “fix” the nuclear deal.

At the end of April, as the waiver deadline approached, Europeans engaged in a flurry of activity to convince Trump to remain in the pact. French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson all visited the United States to make their case; however the deal’s international critics were also active, and none more so than Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who last week  delivered a speech in which he declared “Iran lied” about its nuclear intentions.

Meanwhile, supporters of the deal say the United States withdrawing gives Iran an excuse to restart its nuclear program, effectively killing the pact; at the same time it permits Israel to launch a preemptive attack claiming Iran will now resume building nukes.

Not surprisingly, both France and Germany have warned the end of the deal could mean a Middle East war.

Still, experts have said Iran is likely to stay in the deal even without the United States if it can continue getting benefits from the accord by being able to do business with European companies. Although with Trump escalating sanctions against Iran, this remains to be seen.

In a sign that Iran is not ready to walk away from the deal, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Tuesday ahead of Trump’s announcement that Iran wants to keep “working with the world and constructive engagement with the world” adding that “It is possible that we will face some problems for two or three months, but we will pass through this.”

And it seems CNN was once again ‘fake news’ as WTI prices spike on the Trump confirmation.

Gold also spiked, but is fading lower now.

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While President Trump is expected to announce that he will not continue sanctions relief for Iran, a major step toward ending the 2015 nuclear pact he calls the “worst deal ever,” this morning’s barrage of fake news has left markets and onlookers confused and looking for clarification.

The president appears determined to follow through on his campaign promise this time around. He took to Twitter early Tuesday morning to blast former Secretary of State John Kerry, who has reportedly met with Iran’s top diplomat to discuss ways to salvage the deal.

“John Kerry can’t get over the fact that he had his chance and blew it! Stay away from negotiations John, you are hurting your country!” Trump wrote.

The U.S. and five other nations entered into the agreement with Iran three years ago. The Iran agreed to restrict its nuclear activities to prevent it from developing a weapon in exchange for sanctions relief.

If the deal falls apart, Iran could decide to eject nuclear inspectors and resume uranium enrichment and weapons development.

The Trump administration has not said how it plans to handle Tehran’s nuclear ambitions absent the nuclear agreement, nor has it explained how it will address foreign banks and other companies who do business with Iran if sanctions go back into place.

Mr. Johnson goes to Washington: Is pushing Trump to stay in Iran deal exercise in futility?

The UK is trying to succeed where France and Germany failed – convincing US President Donald Trump not to bail on the nuclear deal with Iran. But the top man in Washington is now reportedly committed to regime change in Tehran.

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is visiting Washington just days before Trump is expected to renege on a key international deal with Iran, which was negotiated under the previous administration. Trump is a fierce critic of the deal, which was signed by six leading world nations, including the US, the EU and Iran in 2015.

French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel visited Washington last week and both apparently failed to convince Trump not to abandon the deal, which imposed strict restrictions on the Iranian nuclear activity in exchange for lifting of international economic sanctions.

Johnson will not see Trump, but meets with the men who have his ear, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Vice President Mike Pence and National Security Adviser John Bolton. He  has also appeared on Fox & Friends, a show watched by the president, and had an opinion piece in The New York Times, where he warned that leaving the deal will be a “mistake.”

RT’s Jacqueline Vouga says third time may not be a charm in this case. Trump is reportedly committed to regime change in Tehran and whatever concerns US allies may have, about breaking the agreement with Iran, would not matter for the White House.

(GLOBALISTS AT WORK) – Brussels, Paris & Berlin want to get rid of nation states in EU, German ex-MP tells RT

FILE PHOTO: An anti-EU protester burns an EU flag outside the European Comission offices in Athens, Greece © Louisa Gouliamaki / AFP

The idea that unanimous support among member states should not be necessary for foreign policy decisions is gaining traction in the EU. The end-game is to get rid of nation states, a former German diplomat told RT.

The concept of at least some foreign policy decisions being made by the EU without universal backing from member states was floated recently by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker. He suggested the change during the Munich Security Conference last month. Some German officials have also spoken in favor of the proposed reform.

In particular, Minister of State for Europe Michael Roth told Der Spiegel that the unanimity principle exposed the Union to malign foreign influence. Juergen Hardt, an MP and foreign policy expert, suggested to the magazine that switching to a simple majority would “increase the EU’s ability to act.”

The suggestion is part of a drive within the bloc to subjugate national governments to the decisions made by Brussels, veteran German lawmaker Willy Wimmer told RT. Wimmer also served as state secretary for defense, and later became vice-president of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.

“We face critical decisions in the European Union these days. I think there is a major obstacle to the development of the EU because Brussels – mainly France and Germany – want to get rid of the nation states,” he said. “[Bringing together nation states] had been the founding principle in the European community as we know it since 1956. This principle [is something] that the Polish people, or the Dutch people, the Swedes, the Spanish and also the Germans are not willing to go astray from.”

Wimmer, whose mainstream political career dwindled after he started criticize the German government for its support of NATO military intervention in Yugoslavia, said the bureaucracy in Brussels wants more power to impose controversial decisions on member states, such as recognizing Kosovo as an independent nation.

“They wanted to see Kosovo, the Serbian province, as an independent state. Five countries within the European Union didn’t agree, [including] Spain, Cyprus and others. To overcome this development, they have the idea in Brussels to get rid of the voting in the EU as we have it today,” he explained.

The convenience of such an arrangement was highlighted in this decade by the refugee crisis of the 2015, which split the EU into two camps, the politician said. Some nations like Germany were willing to accept hundreds of thousands of people fleeing from the wars and poverty in the Middle East and North Africa.

Others, mainly in Eastern Europe, saw those people as just economic immigrants, bringing with them problems for hosting nations, so they refused Brussels’ plan to distribute the refugees among member states according to a Brussels-ruled quota.

“[German Chancellor Angela] Merkel made a decision by herself – not by the German parliament and not by the German law – to open up the German borders,” Wimmer said.

“They want to change the internal laws in Europe just to make it possible for German decisions or French decisions to overrule the independence of countries like Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic or Slovakia.”

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President of teacher’s association warns situation is spiraling out of control

 | – MARCH 27, 2018

The President of Germany’s Teachers Association warns that ISIS beheading videos are “spreading like wildfire” amongst Muslim migrant children in German schools.

In an article entitled Our schools are out of control, Heinz-Peter Meidinger told BILD that the situation in some schools was becoming chronic, with increasing numbers of violent attacks on teachers creating the need for security guards at schools with migrant populations of 70 per cent and over.

Meidinger said that the attacks on teachers were primarily driven by cultural and religious attitudes held by Arab and North African teens who do not respect women.

Anti-Semitic attacks on Jewish children are increasing too as more migrant children carry knives and pepper spray.

“A Jewish girl was threatened with death by her classmates and time and time again there are anti-Semitic attacks in Berlin,” said Meidinger.

Asked whether the circulation of an ISIS beheading video in a school in Berlin was an isolated case, Meidinger responded that such incidents were now commonplace.

“Unfortunately, these are no longer individual cases, not even among very young students at elementary schools. Such incidents now exist at many schools in Germany. One thing is certain: Cruel violent videos in social networks have long since arrived in student life. In chat forums like WhatsApp, movies like the described ISIS beheading video are spreading like wildfire,” he said.

Meidinger said that the presence of security guards was necessary but also “synonymous with a capitulation” and that a massive integration effort needs to be launched to stop the situation worsening. He concluded that the huge influx of Muslim migrants since 2015 “has aggravated the problem.”

As we have previously reported, Islamic migrants having an affinity with ISIS propaganda is not restricted to Germany.

In December 2015, we reported on how authorities discovered images of ISIS flags and severed heads on the cellphones of hundreds of asylum seekers crossing into Norway.

According to the report, after searching luggage and mobile phones belonging to migrants, police logged “hundreds” of examples of “photos and videos of executions and brutal punishments, such as images of people holding up severed heads or hands.”

Last year, we also highlighted how an Arab Christian Pastor who visited numerous different Swedish refugee centers said he saw multiple ISIS flags, heard pro-ISIS music and witnessed staff at the centers trying to radicalize newly arrived migrants.

Earlier this month, a Christian refugee who fled Syria to make it to Austria gave an interview with a German television station in which he explained how he returned to Syria because many of his fellow refugees “openly pledged (allegiance) to Al-Nusra and ISIS.”

“ISIS and Al-Nusra want to destroy everything, even with you,” warned 25-year-old Spiro Haddad, adding, “If you do not understand that, I’m pessimistic for the future of Europe.”