حزب "البديل لألمانيا": المسلمون غير مرحب بهم

المشاركون في مؤتمر حزب "البديل لألمانيا" اليميني المعادي للمهاجرين في شتوتغارت يصدرون قرارا جاء فيه ان الاسلام لا يتماشى مع الدستور الالماني ويرفضون الحوار مع الجالية المسلمة المقيمة في البلاد.

Iran parliament urges ballistic missile improvements

A long-range Qadr ballistic missile is launched in the Alborz mountain range in northern Iran on March 9, 2016Iran’s outgoing parliament approved a motion Sunday to increase the capabilities of the country’s ballistic missiles, a military programme that has been ruled dangerous by the United Nations. Tehran considers the missile programme an essential deterrent, citing the unprovoked attacks on its cities by former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein in the nations’ 1980-1988 war. Tehran’s clerical rulers do not recognise the Jewish state.

Bangladesh Hindu tailor hacked to death in attack claimed by Islamic State

By Ruma Paul DHAKA (Reuters) – Three assailants sped up to a Bangladeshi tailor’s shop by motorcycle on Saturday, dragged out the Hindu owner and hacked him to death, police said, in an attack claimed by Islamic State. Police official Abdul Jalil, quoting witnesses, said the attackers fled the scene after killing 50-year-old Nikhil Chandra Joardar outside his shop in the town of Tangail, 80 km (50 miles) northwest of the capital Dhaka. Islamic State militants claimed responsibility for the killing, saying the tailor had blasphemed Prophet Mohammad, the U.S.-based monitoring service SITE said.

Kuwait considers deporting expats who lose their job – Gulf Business News


Gulf Business News

Kuwait considers deporting expats who lose their job
Gulf Business News
Kuwait is reportedly considering a proposal to deport expats who lose their job as a means of reducing the foreign worker population. Current Kuwaiti laws allow expats three months to find new employment but this hampers the country’s ability to
Study calls for deporting terminated expat workers – MoI readies plan to crack down on abscondersKuwait Times

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EU set to drive forward visas for Turks in migrant deal

Migrants are pictured at a Turkish coastguard station after a failed attempt at crossing to the Greek island of Lesbos, in the Turkish coastal town of DikiliBy Paul Taylor BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Despite deep public misgivings in some countries, the European Union will this week drive forward a plan to grant Turks visa-free travel to Europe as a reward for having reduced a flood of refugees and migrants into Europe to a trickle. The European Commission is set to declare on Wednesday that Turkey has broadly met the criteria for early visa liberalization in a blaze of last-minute legislation and ask EU governments and the European Parliament to approve the decision by the end of June, several EU sources said. Turkey has raised its game,” a senior EU official familiar with the negotiations said.