Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Hate-Imam Collects Money for New Mosque in The Hague

There are reports that Muslim institutions in the Hague are collecting money for a mosque to be led by the hate-Imam Fawaz Jneid. Through meetings conducted during the Ramadan holiday, supposedly €400,000 were collected. Until 2012, Fawaz preached in the As-Soenah mosque in the Hague, but the board stopped the collaboration as he conducted Muslim marriages without being preceded by civil marriages. This is illegal according to Dutch law, and Fawaz was found guilty of doing so. He also wished that movie maker Theo van Gogh get an incurable disease. Shortly afterward, Van Gogh was murdered by a Muslim.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Dutch Exports to Russia Almost Halved

Dutch exports to Russia have dwindled in half. In the first four months of 2015, the Netherlands exported €1.26 million worth of goods and services to Russia, as against €2.07 billion in the same period the previous year. These results were obtained from the Central Bureau of Statistics. In May 2014, Russia announced that it would boycott agricultural products from countries which participate in the sanctions against Russia.


Monday, July 27, 2015

Parliamentarian: Institutions which Invite Hate-Imams Should Lose Tax Breaks

Parliamentarian Joram van Klaveren (Bontes Group) has proposed that institutions which invite preachers of violence to lecture should lose their tax advantages. Klaveren said that such fiscal measures will discourage Muslim organizations from inviting hate-imams.   

Sunday, July 26, 2015

Police Management Too Vague about When Officers May Use Force

Frank Scheffer, who has helped establish the guidelines to determine when police officers are allowed to use force, says that the police management remains vague about providing such instructions to police officers.  His statement came after an outcry when a police officer was condemned to a two-year sentence for shooting at a suspect he was trying to arrest.

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Foundation for Helping Asylum Seekers Wastes Public Funding

The Amsterdam Goodwill Homage Foundation received a €600,000 subsidy to train seventy illegal foreigners for employment and subsequent return to their country of origin.  Only twenty foreigners received training, and even these were not provided with the appropriate course.  The foundation has filed for bankruptcy.

Friday, July 24, 2015

Half of Dutch Hospitals Refuse IVF for Single Women

The monthly Opzij has found that half of Dutch hospitals are unwilling to provide IVF fertility treatments to single women.  This goes against the guidelines of gynecologists.  Back in 2010, the then-Minister of Public Health, Ab Klink, informed hospitals and clinics that they could not systematically refuse single women and lesbian couples fertility treatments.

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Unprecedented Find of Weapons among Dutch Criminals

Herman Bolhaar, the head of the Dutch official prosecution, has said that the cache of weapons found last week in the town of Nieuwegein is the biggest yet. Eight people have been arrested.  They are suspected of preparing mob hits in the framework of the war between criminal factions within the Netherlands.