Monday, July 25, 2016

More than 40% of Dutchmen expect terror attacks in the next year
According to a poll by Maurice de Hond, 41% of Dutchmen think that it is probable that there will be a terror attack in the next year in the Netherlands.  28% think that it is probable that in the coming 5 years a world war will break out.

Sunday, July 24, 2016

Parliamentarian Asks Rehabilitation for Whistle Blower Who Wanted To Prevent Pakistani Atom Bomb

Dutch parliamentarian, Ronald van Raak, of the Socialist Party, has asked for the rehabilitation of the whistle blower Frits Veerman, who has been intimidated by the Dutch authorities for many decades.  Forty years ago, Veerman was a collaborator of Abdul Khan, a Pakistani who worked in the Netherlands and stole secrets which enabled Pakistan to build an atom bomb.  The Dutch Secret Service, which knew about the spy, did not want to interfere because of a request of the CIA.  The know-how Pakistan acquired has been shared with Iran and North Korea.

Saturday, July 23, 2016

Erdogan-supporting Dutch Turks threaten Opponents

There are reports that in Amsterdam lists are circulating of Dutch Turkish businessmen who are opposed to Turkish President Erdogan. Ahmet Taskian of the Dutch Turkish business organization Hogiaf said that at least twenty businesses appear on the black list. He asked the Dutch government to intervene. Mehmet Cerd editor of the pro-Gulen paper Zaman Vandaag has been called on Twitter a traitor. A Dutch journalist reporting on the Dutch Turkish community has been attacked.

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Thursday, July 7, 2016

Jihadists Complain about Conditions in Dutch Jail

Jihadists in the prison of Vught have written a manifest of 32 pages to protest their conditions there. Due to a mistake of the prison management, the document has reached the media. The prisoners write that their conditions are so sparse, that it is barely better than being in an isolation cell.  They claim, for instance, that there are no sports facilities. They mention that they have raised these issues many times with the prison management without results. One of the prisoner’s lawyers, AndrĂ© Seebregts, says that “constructive conversations” are going on about the conditions.

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Rotterdam Mayor against Muslim Hate

As Salafists are planning an institute in an old school building in Rotterdam, questions have been put to Mayor Ahmed Aboutaleb in the municipal council. Aboutaleb has answered that the municipality will do everything to prevent activities which are illegal, cause unrest, spread hate, and recruit people for war activities elsewhere.  He added that there is no place for people who use freedom of religion to prevent integration or incite various parts of the population against each other.

Thursday, June 30, 2016

Minister: Sending Soldiers to Srebrenica was wrong from Outset

On this year’s Veterans Day Minister of Defense Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert said that nothing about the original assignment of the UN Dutchbat soldiers going to Srebrenica was evident. This, with one exception: it was clear that there was no mandate for a “genuine protection of the area or of the population. That created an illusion of security.” Hennis mentioned that while other countries refused to send soldiers to Srebrenica, the Netherlands did. She added that Dutchbat was sent there “without adequately being prepared for the specific circumstances, with insufficient means and capacities, a poor information position, all this to maintain peace where there was no peace. The assignment could not be carried out from the outset.”