Thursday, March 29, 2018


100 British Football Fans have been arrested in Amsterdam

100 British football fans have been arrested in Amsterdam due to hooliganism on the occasion of the soccer game between the Netherlands and England.  The English national police chief’s Council (NPCC) said that it was the largest number for several years.  The UK Football supporters Federation Chief Executive said: “there could be no defense of the atrocious antisocial behaviour by a minority of English fans.”

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

The Netherlands Intensifies Military Link with Iran

The Dutch Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Defense have decided to send a defense attaché to the Dutch embassy in Iran.  This is all the more remarkable as NATO, of which the Netherlands is a member, sees Iran as an enemy. Dutch ambassador to Tehran, Susanna Terstal, recently visited an Iranian general.  On the Iranian press website, Mehr News, the Dutch ambassador is quoted as saying, ‘The Netherlands is interested in starting military relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran.’  It is known that the Dutch do not even have defense attachés in the countries of their NATO allies.

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Turkish Media: Investigation of Dutch Spy

Turkish media report that the Turkish intelligence services are following a Dutch spy in Istanbul who has a Dutch diplomatic passport. They claim that he has paid large amounts of money to informers. The Turkish government has requested information about the issue from the Dutch government.  Relations between the two countries are tense. Both have withdrawn their ambassadors.

Monday, March 26, 2018

Imam calls Rotterdam Mayor Aboutaleb an enemy of Islam

The radical imam Fawaz Jneid has called Rotterdam Mayor Ahmed Aboutaleb a heretic Muslim and an enemy of Islam. Jneid said that Aboutaleb hates Islam and fights against it. He calls him stupid and weak. Jneid added that Aboutaleb prohibits Islamic schools and is against mosques. Aboutaleb reacted that he hopes that Jneid will soon repent.

Sunday, March 25, 2018

Massive abuse of working migrants

Thousands of migrants are working in the Netherlands under horrible circumstance that they are unable to escape.  The Labour Inspectorate, the Police and the Public Prosecution have greatly failed these migrants.  The weekly that has exposed this is not referring to the sex industry but to hot houses, kitchens of restaurants, ships, and construction sites.

Thursday, March 22, 2018

Parents of two Dutch soldiers killed in Mali sue Ministry of Defense

Two Dutch soldiers were killed by grenades in Mali in 2016.    The parents of these soldiers said that the Military Policed informed them that their sons were killed due to a manufacturing error of  the grenades. A report by the Dutch Safety Board revealed that the grenades were never inspected, improperly stored and that these soldiers in Mali didn’t have access to quality medical care.  The parents are now pressing charges of death through negligence against the Ministry of Defense and an unknown number of defense employees. The Dutch Ministry of Defense does not want to mention names of the employees who played a crucial role in the run up to the accident.

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Move of Barracks leads to mass Departure of elite Corps Marines

The move of the marine elite corps from the barracks in centrally located Doorn to Vlissingen has led to the departure of 73 marines, three times as many as in previous years. The new base lacks facilities including adequate shooting ranges and fly paths. It maybe that the survival of the unit is now in danger.

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Minister of Health worried about Suicide Powder

Minister of Health De Jonge has expressed concern that a young 19 year old woman has died after ingesting a so called ‘suicide powder.’ She had obtained the product extremely cheaply on the internet.  Minister De Jonge says that the public prosecutor is investigating this suicide and doesn’t know whether he can do anything against the availability of the powder.

Monday, March 19, 2018

Labor Party Candidate called Black Monkey

Ugbaad Kilincci is a candidate in the municipal elections on behalf of the Labor party in the town of Emmen. While campaigning the she has been called by people from the public a “black monkey”, and “head rags mongoloid”. She was also told that she should shut up to Africa. Kilincci came to the Netherlands at the age of 1 from Somalia. At a certain moment she decided that she could not support the insults any longer and went home.

Sunday, March 18, 2018

Dutch government indirectly supports Hezbollah Terrorists

The Dutch government has donated 30 trucks to the government of Lebanon.  The Israeli government says that the Hezbollah terrorist group has gained control of the Lebanese army.  Recently, Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said that the Lebanese army has become an integral part of Hezbollah’s command structure. He added that it has lost its independence and has become an inseparable part of the Hezbollah apparatus.

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Ombudsman: Right to demonstrate is under pressure in Netherlands

The national ombudsman Reinier van Zutphen said that being able to demonstrate is a fundamental right in the Netherlands.  Yet that right is under pressure.  He said in a report: “the government is inclined to risk-avoiding behavior.  Public order often wins resulting in restricted or even cancelled demonstrations.”

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Almost 800 People Die During Participation in Medical Trials

782 people died while participating in medical trials in 2016.  Another 5000 experienced life threatening wounds, hospitalization, or became handicapped.  The Central Commission for Human Research (CCMO) said that 265,000 people participate in these trials yearly. They claim that the deaths and incidents are not related to the medical trials.

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Shortage of Health Care Givers will increase to 100 000 by 2022

Over the next four years, staff shortages in healthcare will increase to around 100 thousand people, according to the benefits agency UWV. Qualified staff is becoming very difficult to find. The population is aging and almost a quarter of caregivers are 55-years-old or older. The UWV recommends increased recognition of health care workers and retraining unemployed people and migrants for health care tasks.

Monday, March 12, 2018

Rotterdam: Left Parties collaborate with Muslim anti-Israel Party

In Rotterdam the three left wing parties, the left socialist SP, Green Left and the PvdA Labour Party have agreed to collaborate with the anti-Israel Muslim party NIDA after the coming municipal elections on March 21. When this became known media mentioned a tweet from 2014 in which Nida compared Israel to ISIS. When asked, Nida confirmed that it still supports the tweet. A few days ago representatives of Nida and the Labor party attended a meeting of the Union of European Turkish Democrats, which is the Dutch branch of the Turkish AK party of president Erdogan. Also a candidate of the left liberal D66 was present.

Sunday, March 11, 2018

Intelligence Services: Salafism has to be watched from a security perspective

The AIVD National Intelligence Services draws in its annual report attention to Salafism because of the worry about its ideas to legitimize intolerance, anti-democratic activities and polarization. The AIVD writes that promoters of Salafism put aside their differences to promote together aims in the name of Islam.  These goals include the monopolization of Islamic education and spiritual care.  Opposition is not tolerated. Often their attitudes are intimidating and claim the loyalty of Muslims to Islam.

Thursday, March 8, 2018

Amsterdam mayor: Salafism is not a current in Islam

Jozias van Aartsen, the acting mayor of Amsterdam has said in the municipal council that Salafism isn’t a current in Islam.  He wondered what the use of attacking it was. Municipal council member Diederik Boomsma retorted: “he seems to suffer from the same religious cramps which in recent years has caused the increasing problems at the municipality’s department against radicalization.”

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Intelligence Services: More Dutch Children of Jihadis than thought before

The general Dutch intelligence service AIVD says now that there are at least 175 children with a Dutch parent in Syria and Iraq. Before their estimate was that the number was 100 children. More than half is younger than four years.

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Jewish Students Complain about antisemitism at Amsterdam Free University

Tens of Jewish students and former students react to a Palestinian terrorist speaking at Amsterdam Free University.  They have written a letter to the Board of the Amsterdam Free University. 

In it they say that the university has tolerated radical organizations with racist antisemitic tendencies.  The most recent case concerned a lecture by the Palestinian Rasmea Odeh who was involved in the murder of two Israeli civilians.  She was presented by the organizers in a location at the university as a hero and resistance fighter.

The Jewish students want to meet with the Board to discuss this issue.

Monday, March 5, 2018

Cab Drivers Intend to Burn Uber Office in Amsterdam

Through the information service Telegram cab drivers are asked to attack on March 20th the office of the Uber-service in Amsterdam. They are called to bring firebombs with them. The cab drivers accuse Uber of unfair competition.

Sunday, March 4, 2018

Amsterdam Kosher Restaurant Vandalized for third time in three months

For the third time in three months, the Amsterdam kosher restaurant Ha Carmel has been vandalized. The owner also regularly receives anonymous phone calls of people shouting “Palestine Free” and “Allah Akbar”.  In the past, the owner has requested permanent police and camera surveillance. So far, the municipality has rejected his request.

Thursday, March 1, 2018

Major suspicion of fraud against Dutch Turks

One out of five Dutch Turk citizens are suspected of fraud concerning welfare payments.  For instance, they may receive Dutch welfare payments while owning a house in Turkey which is not known in the Netherlands. A judge has ruled that Dutch municipalities cannot investigate this type fraud only in Turkey if they do not investigate this same information in other countries as this would be considered discrimination.