Saturday, January 22, 2005

Germany to Deport Hundreds of Islamists

From Reuters

BERLIN (Reuters) - German officials are drawing up lists of hundreds of Islamic militants to be deported from the country under a new law making expulsions easier, the German weekly magazine Der Spiegel said on Saturday.

Will the Dutch follow suit?

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - A large majority of Dutch people are afraid of Muslims, according to a poll taken after the murder of a Dutch filmmaker critical of Islam.

The poll, conducted by TNS NIPO in The Netherlands, as well as in Spain and Italy, since the November murder of Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh by a suspected radical Islamist, showed only 19 percent of Dutch people do not see the presence of Muslims in the country as a threat.


Looks like they are acting just in time.

Germans arrest 'al-Qaeda members'

Two suspected al-Qaeda members have been arrested in Germany, prosecutors have said.

The men are accused of planning suicide attacks and of trying to buy uranium.


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