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Re: News from The Netherlands

PostPosted: Thu Nov 02, 2017 11:30 am
by Ariel
Dutch Cabinet Smartphone :heh:

Prime minister Mark Rutte and his new team of ministers have started two days of debate on the new government’s plans
But it seems working and reading their Smartphone is more important than listening to the debate.

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Re: News from The Netherlands

PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2018 12:24 pm
by Ariel
Netherlands, supermarket...

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Re: News from The Netherlands

PostPosted: Fri Apr 20, 2018 4:57 pm
by Ariel
Refugees in the Netherlands are angry because they have to clean their own toilets – Call Syrian prisons a better place

Inhabitants of a Dutch asylum centre in Alkmaar are angry about the building’s new cleaning policy, Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant reports. The refugees now have to clean their own toilets and need a key to visit their own toilet block.

“They want us to clean our own toilets on our knees,” says Ahmad from Palestine. Another migrant says: “Even Syria’s prisons are better!” Bystanders laugh about it. Abu Barak from Syria tells the newspaper he is “in shock” and asks: “Is this the Netherlands?”

The toilets in the facility have no toilet paper as refugees use water for cleaning. They bring watering cans with them and as a result faeces spread through the room.

Spokeswoman of the asylum centre, Alet Bouwmeester, says the new cleaning policy has to do with bad hygiene in the toilets: “The idea is that by making persons responsible, things will improve. When you go to a toilet you leave it behind in a clean state, that’s part of our programme”.

Migrants are also unhappy with the accommodation’s new key system. A woman with a headscarf, called Waed, says: “I have two children, sometimes they urgently need a toilet and how do we have to do that with a key?”

The leaders of the accommodation decided to use the key system after migrants were wandering through the building in search for toilets. Spokeswoman Bouwmeester says they should only use the block in their own section.

As Ahmad calls the municipality he says “this is a dictatorial decision”! He continues: “We are now protesting in a civilised way”.

In two years, the Netherlands accepted more than 32,000 asylum seekers. Most of them come from Syria and Eritrea.

Re: News from The Netherlands

PostPosted: Fri Apr 20, 2018 11:55 pm
by Ariel
It is not only doom and gloom in Holland. The bulbs are in bloom .

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And now I am off to get my sister from schiphol. I can't enjoy the fields because it is dark .

Re: News from The Netherlands

PostPosted: Tue May 22, 2018 7:49 pm
by Ariel
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Our newest export product is Sanne Wallis de Vries. She is a very nasty comedian (ugly both inside and outside ) and she is most of the time not funny at all. Because of here, the Dutch state TV is accused of anti-Semitism in Israeli Eurovision song spoof.

Parody starts off criticizing Israel for its treatment of Palestinians, devolves into anti-Semitic cliches about Jews and money

The parody of the song “Toy” by Netta Barzilai was aired Sunday on the first edition of a new television show “The Sanne Wallis Show” on the public broadcaster BNNVARA, starring comedienne Sanne Wallis de Vries.

“We’re giving a party, are you coming? Soon at the Al Aqsa Mosque, it’s standing there empty anyway,” read the lyrics of the Dutch-language song parodying “Toy,” which the performer sang against films showing Israeli soldiers shooting rifles and injured Palestinians. The mosque is a the holiest Muslim place of worship in Jerusalem, standing on the Temple Mount.

“Look how beautiful, I’m throwing bombs, Israel again wins, 70 years already the party’s on,” the lyrics also said. And: “No way, no Palestinian’s coming in.” The sketch also has a Netta impersonator singing “I hunt Palestinians through the curtains.”

But the part that triggered criticism of anti-Semitism is: “If your party’s crashed, make sure you cash on embassies, with your ka-ching, ka-ching and your ping-a-ping, with your dollars and cents and your funds, with your ka-ching, ka-ching, ka-ching .”

The Center for Information and Documentation on Israel, or CIDI, which monitors anti-Semitism and anti-Israel vitriol in Holland, suggested the sketch featured anti-Semitic tropes.

“You start with Israel and end with what? Jews and money. You made your point, BNNVARA,” CIDI wrote on Twitter. The watchdog also wrote that the sketch was “full of ‘hilarious’ jokes about Jews and money and so on. So funny.”

The Telegraaf daily’s headline on Monday about the parody contained the word “Jew-hatred.”

Sanne Wallis de Vries and BNNVARA have not replied to requests for a reaction to the accusation by CIDI and others on social networks.

Zev Edgar, an events professional from Amsterdam, called the sketch “anti-Israel” and “disgusting,” adding that it amounted to anti-Semitism aired by a public broadcaster. Mariette Groenenboom, a teacher from Amsterdam, said she would cancel her subscription to BNNVARA over the sketch. But Twitter user Fedde Pruiksma ‏encouraged de Vries to “not buckle” under pressure and allow herself to be “muzzled.”

In 2012, the Vara broadcaster, which in 2014 merged with BNN, faced allegations of spreading “blood libels” when it aired a parody of a speech by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu which had been manipulated to have him say in a seamless and realistic-looking speech: “We are trying to maximize the number of civilian casualties. We prefer that.”

Headlined “Netanyahu finally tells the truth,” the video goes on to show Netanyahu saying: “We are conducting these surgical operations against schools, mosques, hospitals, children. This is something I don’t have to explain to Americans.”

Re: News from The Netherlands

PostPosted: Tue May 22, 2018 7:52 pm
by Ariel
Netherlands: 1,400 Underage Dutch Girls Forced into Sex Slavery Each Year by ‘Migrant Background’ Males

Every year more than one thousand underage Dutch girls are groomed and then blackmailed into sex slavery by young pimps with migrant backgrounds, an investigation has revealed.

With gifts, drink, and drugs, so-called ‘loverboys’ will seduce a girl into agreeing to become his sex partner before taking pictures or video footage of the encounter which will then be used as leverage to force her into prostitution, Dutch newspaper Algemeen Dagblad reports.

“These men are mostly Moroccans, Turks, Caribbeans, and Roma. The lion’s share of them have a migrant background,” said Gideon van Aartsen from Watch Nederland, an initiative which coordinates with the nation’s police on efforts to fight child sexual exploitation (CSE).

He told the newspaper that selling sex with schoolgirls is a “lucrative trade” that can earn “up to 800 euros a day on a girl” for ‘loverboys’, most of whom are part of larger networks that are also involved in trafficking illegal drugs and weapons.

Annually around 1,400 Dutch minors fall victim to ‘loverboys’ — a term used in the country to refer to young men who lure underage teens into relationships then force them into the sex industry — according to police human trafficking experts Marijke van Overveld and Esmee Huijps.

They said that with the advent of video smartphones it is no longer necessary for the men to have to convince victims that they’re in a relationship as used to be the case when grooming girls into sexual slavery.

“The seduction process takes only between a week and a fortnight now, when it used to take months,” said Huijps, explaining that girls are told they must either agree to work as a prostitute or else footage of them having sex will be uploaded to social media.

“Once they have a compromising video of you, that is enough for blackmail. Especially for young girls, whose parents do not know anything.”

Lamenting the cruelty and abuse to which trafficked girls are subjected, van Aartsen told Algemeen Dagblad: “These girls, who are just minors, are given orders like ‘make sure you bring three [female] friends, and I’ll let you get away with f***ing five men fewer each day.’”

So-called loverboys have also been known to make their victims roll a die, and then force her to see that many customers before the end of the day, he added.

As is the case with many victims of the predominantly Muslim grooming gangs who prey on underage girls in towns including Rotherham and Oxford across the UK, girls who fall victim to ‘loverboys’ in the Netherlands are “largely, but not always, vulnerable women from a lower social class and who have an unstable home life”, according to the report.

Before the massive scale of CSE in Britain came to light, Times journalist Alice Thomson asked what UK authorities could learn from the Dutch approach to the problem after attending a sex education lesson at a high school there in which a former victim of the phenomenon told “horrified” pupils about her experiences.

“In Britain it has been hard to get anyone to listen,” she noted in 2011, stating that establishment attitudes on race relations are “part of the problem”, as “police, social workers and charities don’t want to pin such a disgusting crime on even a tiny minority in a particular ethnic community”.

By contrast, she writes that in the Netherlands, “where they have been debating the issue for a decade”, authorities “confronted the issue of race, admitting that the majority, though not all of those who have been involved in grooming girls, have been of Moroccan and Turkish descent”.

The Labour MP for Rotherham, where organised sex abuse, rape, and trafficking of girls went unchallenged by authorities for three decades, was forced to resign from her position in the party last year after writing a piece pointing out that the majority of perpetrators in the town are from Pakistani backgrounds and almost all their victims white.

And Breitbart London reported earlier this year how controversial campaigner Tommy Robinson was suspended from Twitter for citing research published by the Quilliam Foundation in December which showed that 84 per cent of convicted grooming gang members are from Muslim backgrounds.


Re: News from The Netherlands

PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2018 12:08 am
by Ariel
Targeting of Jews in the Netherlands hits a 5-year high

Some 41% of 144 confirmed criminal offenses involving xenophobia were directed against Jewish people, Dutch Public Prosecution Service says, near double the number for 2016

Discrimination against Jews in the Netherlands nearly doubled in 2017, reaching a five-year high that accounts for 41 percent of all the xenophobic incidents recorded.

A report published last month by the Dutch Public Prosecution Service listed 144 confirmed criminal offenses last year involving xenophobia, including intimidation, vandalism, assault and incitement to hate or violence.

Of those cases, 41 percent of incidents were “directed against Jews,” who account for 0.2 percent of the Dutch population. Another 7% were against victims for their “religion or way of life,” including Muslims. Criminal discrimination against homosexuals accounted for 8% of the 144 cases.

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In 2016, discrimination against Jews accounted for 22% of the 163 cases upheld by the Dutch judiciary.

The report lists an additional 187 cases involving convictions for other offenses where xenophobia was not the main motive, but where it nonetheless featured as an aggravating circumstance. Of those, 9% involved anti-Semitism, and the same percentage targeted Muslims for their faith.

Of the more than 60 cases involving direct criminal discrimination against Jews in 2017, more than three-quarters were related to soccer. In the Netherlands, anti-Semitic rhetoric is common during soccer matches, in which both supporters of the Ajax team from Amsterdam and fans of rival squads refer to Ajax as “Jews.”

In March, the Center for Information and Documentation on Israel, the Dutch Jewish community’s watchdog on anti-Semitism, published a report listing 117 anti-Semitic incidents in 2017, slightly higher than the 109 record the previous year.

Of the 117 cases, 28 incidents involved anti-Semitic vandalism – a 10-year high in that category following a 40% increase over 2016.

Re: News from The Netherlands

PostPosted: Sun May 27, 2018 10:49 pm
by Hombre
Ariel wrote:Dutch Cabinet Smartphone :heh:

Prime minister Mark Rutte and his new team of ministers have started two days of debate on the new government’s plans
But it seems working and reading their Smartphone is more important than listening to the debate.

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Here is a much better toy for them to play with.
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Re: News from The Netherlands

PostPosted: Sun May 27, 2018 10:54 pm
by Hombre
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Our newest export product is Sanne Wallis de Vries. She is a very nasty comedian (ugly both inside and outside ) and she is most of the time not funny at all. Because of here, the Dutch state TV is accused of anti-Semitism in Israeli Eurovision song spoof.

Parody starts off criticizing Israel for its treatment of Palestinians, devolves into anti-Semitic cliches about Jews and money

The parody of the song “Toy” by Netta Barzilai was aired Sunday on the first edition of a new television show “The Sanne Wallis Show” on the public broadcaster BNNVARA, starring comedienne Sanne Wallis de Vries.

“We’re giving a party, are you coming? Soon at the Al Aqsa Mosque, it’s standing there empty anyway,” read the lyrics of the Dutch-language song parodying “Toy,” which the performer sang against films showing Israeli soldiers shooting rifles and injured Palestinians. The mosque is a the holiest Muslim place of worship in Jerusalem, standing on the Temple Mount.

“Look how beautiful, I’m throwing bombs, Israel again wins, 70 years already the party’s on,” the lyrics also said. And: “No way, no Palestinian’s coming in.” The sketch also has a Netta impersonator singing “I hunt Palestinians through the curtains.”

But the part that triggered criticism of anti-Semitism is: “If your party’s crashed, make sure you cash on embassies, with your ka-ching, ka-ching and your ping-a-ping, with your dollars and cents and your funds, with your ka-ching, ka-ching, ka-ching .”

The Center for Information and Documentation on Israel, or CIDI, which monitors anti-Semitism and anti-Israel vitriol in Holland, suggested the sketch featured anti-Semitic tropes.

“You start with Israel and end with what? Jews and money. You made your point, BNNVARA,” CIDI wrote on Twitter. The watchdog also wrote that the sketch was “full of ‘hilarious’ jokes about Jews and money and so on. So funny.”

The Telegraaf daily’s headline on Monday about the parody contained the word “Jew-hatred.”

Sanne Wallis de Vries and BNNVARA have not replied to requests for a reaction to the accusation by CIDI and others on social networks.

Zev Edgar, an events professional from Amsterdam, called the sketch “anti-Israel” and “disgusting,” adding that it amounted to anti-Semitism aired by a public broadcaster. Mariette Groenenboom, a teacher from Amsterdam, said she would cancel her subscription to BNNVARA over the sketch. But Twitter user Fedde Pruiksma ‏encouraged de Vries to “not buckle” under pressure and allow herself to be “muzzled.”

In 2012, the Vara broadcaster, which in 2014 merged with BNN, faced allegations of spreading “blood libels” when it aired a parody of a speech by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu which had been manipulated to have him say in a seamless and realistic-looking speech: “We are trying to maximize the number of civilian casualties. We prefer that.”

Headlined “Netanyahu finally tells the truth,” the video goes on to show Netanyahu saying: “We are conducting these surgical operations against schools, mosques, hospitals, children. This is something I don’t have to explain to Americans.”
thanks ariel for bringing it. Israelis just shrugged here as a stupid - another loser ugly performer who uses controversies to attract attention.

Re: News from The Netherlands

PostPosted: Sun May 27, 2018 11:05 pm
by Ariel
Hombre wrote:thanks ariel for bringing it. Israelis just shrugged here as a stupid - another loser ugly performer who uses controversies to attract attention.


She is an ugly stupid performer Hombre. Most people in Holland don't like her anymore.

Yesterday she had her second edition of her new television show, and it had almost no viewers. She gave away free tickets to anyone who wanted to be present at her new show, but people said.."No thank you."

Re: News from The Netherlands

PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2018 2:53 pm
by Ariel
Prize-winning Dutch student receives book about fascism because he supports a right-wing party

Dutch exam student Tristen Strijkert had the highest scores on the history test. As a reward, his teacher presented him with a gift. What was the gift? The book ”Fascism, a warning” by Madeleine Albright.

Tristen attended a school in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. The events took place during the graduation ceremony for all those that had graduated from the high school. Before being called onto the stage to collect his certificate, his history teacher referred to Tristen’s affiliation with Forum voor Democratie (FvD)

Forum voor Democratie
FvD is a Dutch party led by Thierry Baudet, and is critical of both the European Union and immigration. The party’s main point, however, is that of democracy. They want to have referendums on important topics, and criticize the lack of democracy within the European Union. Moreover, they strive to shake up the political class and bring an end to the nepotism when it comes to filling governmental positions. All in all, this makes the comparison to fascism completely absurd.

In this case, a clear link is made between Tristen, the party he supports, and fascism. Tristen is a self-proclaimed liberal, and finds the link to fascism unacceptable.

Teacher Claims it is a Coincidence
His teacher says he had no bad intentions. ”I always give my best student a gift, and in this case I stumbled upon an interesting book by Madeleine Albright.” Considering the teacher first referred to Tristen’s political affiliations, and then gives him a book on fascism, it seems like an odd coincidence. Would he have also thought the gift appropriate or interesting if Tristen had supported a left-wing party?

The teacher does say that he does not consider Forum voor Democratie a fascist party. Nonetheless, the connection between the party and fascism is obviously made.

A Bias in Education
Thierry Baudet considers it another symptom of the overwhelmingly leftist views present in education. Even though he believes most teachers are not aware of their bias, he hopes that there will be some awareness around what is taking place in Dutch schools.

Tristen confirms the majority of teachers is simply left-leaning. With some teachers he would avoid discussing politics, afraid that they would treat him differently after sharing his views.

Both Tristen and Baudet hope that schools can be a place where debates can freely take place.

Re: News from The Netherlands

PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2018 10:50 pm
by Fernando
Ariel wrote:Both Tristen and Baudet hope that schools can be a place where debates can freely take place.

Hardly - the pupils would then be unprepared for life as university students, and expect the impossible.

Re: News from The Netherlands

PostPosted: Sat May 18, 2019 2:40 pm
by Ariel
Dutch Ministry of Justice covered up ‘serious crimes’ by asylum seekers. Rape, battery, murder, etc. listed unspecified as “Other”

Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf reveals attempts by the Ministry of Justice and Safety to obfuscate the amount of crime committed by asylum seekers. In an article published on 16 May, the paper writes that despite promises of openness, the Ministry has attempted to hide serious crimes by misnaming them ‘other incidents’. Those ‘other incidents’ include rape cases and child abuse.

This deliberate attempt at misleading the public comes after De Telegraaf had to resort to legal steps in 2017 to get data on crimes committed by asylum seekers. Then, the Ministry denied keeping a separate registration, claiming it had no figures to release. In reality, the police kept statistics, with De Telegraafclaiming the sheer volume of the files kept the authorities from releasing the information.

In what the paper dubs a ‘painful affair’, two years later the Ministry is up to its old tricks again. The aim is yet again to obscure: it is the Ministry that grouped a 1000 ‘other crimes’, and yet again De Telegraaf had to resort to police sources to fill in the deliberate blanks.

Of the 1000 ‘others’, 79 were sexual offences, ranging from sexual assault, to sexual abuse of children, to rape, to possession of child pornography. Police were called for 51 cases of battery, 31 cases of murder or manslaughter. There were 5 counts of kidnap or hostage taking, 4 times it was for human trafficking, and 73 times there was a disturbance of the peace.

The Ministry, meanwhile, professes its innocence. A spokesperson blames the police for not giving exact enough data. But the fact that the police has the information, implies that the Ministry could have demanded the information, according to Jasper van Dijk, MP. He concludes that “it is remarkable that the Ministry didn’t report this [want of information], this is a lack of transparency. We need to know what we are debating.”

The 1000 ‘other’ crimes paint a less than sterling picture of the situation in and around asylum locations. In total, the police registered 4600 crimes committed by asylum seekers in 2018. Shoplifting (2030 cases) was popular, followed by pickpocketing, stealing purses, physical abuse and making threats.


Our prime minister is very upset, but he said on our National Television that they are nor sure if in all the murder case the murdered person is really dead. :huh: They are going to look into it.

Re: News from The Netherlands

PostPosted: Sat May 18, 2019 7:40 pm
by manfred
How curious.... You can be a victim of murder but you are not actually dead. Only possible in the Netherlands... (or possibly Sweden)

Re: News from The Netherlands

PostPosted: Sat May 18, 2019 7:47 pm
by Fernando
manfred wrote:How curious.... You can be a victim of murder but you are not actually dead. Only possible in the Netherlands... (or possibly Sweden)
Watch out for a rash of non-fatal knife killings in London!

Re: News from The Netherlands

PostPosted: Sat May 18, 2019 11:07 pm
by Ariel
manfred wrote:How curious.... You can be a victim of murder but you are not actually dead. Only possible in the Netherlands... (or possibly Sweden)


I will keep you posted if the victims of murder are risen from the dead.

Everything is possible in Holland.

Re: News from The Netherlands

PostPosted: Sat May 25, 2019 5:03 pm
by Ariel
Dutch Police arrest Syrian asylum seeker and possible Jabhat al-Nusra commander on suspicion of war crimes and acts of terrorism; had been in the Netherlands since 2014

On 21 May, Dutch police and Public Prosecutor reported the arrest of a 47-year-old Syrian in Kapelle. The suspect is alleged to have commanded the Ghuraba’a Mohassan (Strangers of Mohassan) battalion of terrorist organisation Jabhat al-Nusra, and to have been known as Abu Khuder at the time.

In a coordinated international police action, a total of 8 houses have been searched. A separate German investigation searched 6 houses in Germany occupied by other suspected members of Ghuraba’a Mohassan, while Dutch police also searched a house in Ede. A man living there was in contact with the suspect. The search of the house in Kapelle yielded documents, a computer and a smartphone.

The arrested Syrian has been in the Netherlands since 2014, on a temporary asylum permit. He has been taken into custody. On Friday he will be brought before a magistrate of the The Hague District Court, which is the Court appointed to rule on cases concerning international crimes, including war crimes.

Aby Khudar is perhaps best known in the West from an interview he gave with British newspaper The Guardian in 2012. In the interview, he explained his life from being an officer in a mechanised Syrian border force, to taking up arms against the Syrian government with the Free Syrian Army:

    “He soon became disillusioned with what he saw as the rebel army’s disorganisation and inability to strike at the regime, however. He illustrated this by describing an attempt to attack the government garrison in Mohassen. (…) ‘When we attacked the base with the FSA we tried everything and failed,’ said Abu Khuder. ‘Even with around 200 men attacking from multiple fronts they couldn’t injure a single government soldier and instead wasted 1.5m Syrian pounds [£14,500] on firing ammunition at the walls.’ (…) Then a group of devout and disciplined Islamist fighters in the nearby village offered to help. They summoned an expert from Damascus and after two days of work handed Abu Khuder their token of friendship: a truck rigged with two tonnes of explosives. Two men drove the truck close to the gate of the base and detonated it remotely. The explosion was so large, Abu Khuder said, that windows and metal shutters were blown hundreds of metres, trees were ripped up by their roots and a huge crater was left in the middle of the road. (…) ‘Al-Qaida has experience in these military activities and it knows how to deal with it.’ After the bombing, Abu Khuder split with the FSA and pledged allegiance to al-Qaida’s organisation in Syria, the Jabhat al Nusra or Solidarity Front. He let his beard grow and adopted the religious rhetoric of a jihadi, becoming a commander of one their battalions.”

When asked by one of those present at the interview what he “[was] trying to do (…),” Abu Khuder answered that it was Al-Qaida’s goal to establish an Islamic state, adding that

    “Those who fear the organisation fear the implementation of Allah’s jurisdiction. If you don’t commit sins there is nothing to fear.”

What happened to Abu Khuder in the years after this interview? Well, if the reports from Germany are correct, he travelled to the Netherlands at one point between 2012 and 2014. Of course, Judith Sargentini MEP was absolutely right in 2015 when she said that there is absolutely no proof he came by boat. But in hindsight, her estimation of people afraid of IS-fighters slipping into Europe as refugees as ‘hysterical’ might not have been as spot-on a remark as she might have thought it was.

Abu Khuder isn’t the first Syrian refugee now thought to have been involved with IS either. Hours after the news of the arrest, Dutch public broadcaster NOS reported that Abdelaziz A., might have been an informer of the Dutch General Intelligence and Security Service (AIVD). Abdelaziz gained national fame in the Netherlands in November 2017, after he was recognised as IS-fighter while visiting an Amsterdam screening of a film on the work by Raqqa is being slaughtered silently in September. It took the Dutch police more than a year to apprehend him.

Extra spicy detail? Abdelaziz A. was also a member of Jabhat al-Nusra and also came to the Netherlands in 2014, where he was given temporary asylum. Now don’t vote ‘hysterical’ in the coming elections, you

Re: News from The Netherlands

PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2019 1:20 pm
by Ariel
Denk, Dutch for "think" and Turkish for "equality", is a political party in the Netherlands that calls itself a "movement".

It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014.

Those guys hate Jews and Israel, but still Kuzu went to Israel because he wanted to show Dutch Muslims and the world how bad Muslims and Palestinians are being treated in Israel.

They love fake news....So...

Dutch member of parliament and Denk party leader Tunahan Kuzu was arrested for holding the Palestinian flag in Jerusalem in what he describes as an "unbelievable" encounter.



Kuzu was not arrested. They took his flag, and that was it.

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Re: News from The Netherlands

PostPosted: Mon May 27, 2019 8:15 pm
by Ariel
In Holland, it is almost impossible to have an Islam protest without riots.

Arrests as anti-Islam protest at mosque in Eindhoven leads to violence

Riot police broke up a demonstration by anti-Islam group Pegida outside a mosque in Eindhoven on Sunday in which four officers were injured. Tension flared outside the mosque in Otterstraat after a counter-demonstration of men carrying Turkish flags arrived to challenge the protesters. Stones and bottles were thrown as the two sides clashed. ( The police and muslim youth clashed)

Riot police on horseback drove back the crowd before breaking up the original protest. Seven people aged between 14 and 32 were arrested on suspicion of using violence against police. Three underage boys were sent home on Sunday evening after being interviewed. Police said they were still collecting video footage of the incident and did not rule out further arrests.


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Re: News from The Netherlands

PostPosted: Tue May 28, 2019 2:14 pm
by Ariel
Who is the boss on our streets. I guess it are Muslims. Muslims do not like it when a small group of people peacefully demonstrate against Islam, or when in Rotterdam a small group of pro Israel demonstrators demonstrate for Israel.

This weekend for the second time in a month, muslims disturbed a pro Israel demonstration in Rotterdam. " We are going to kill you" they said to the demonstrators. The police had to intervene, but they did not arrest the troublemakers. The police cancelled the event, and escorted the Pro Israel demonstrators away from the scene.

The same happened in Eindhoven on Sunday. There also the police cancelled the demonstration, and escorted the Pegida members away from the mosque.

So, in all 3 cases muslims won. They will not be punished , although they threw stones and bottles to the police.

The police said, they are not going to prosecute, because "they can't make chocolate out of it." :clueless:

The police can find images on social media, so I guess they do not want to make chocolate out of it, or they are not allowed to make chocolate out of it.

Also possible.