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- New Study Shows Islamist Minority Interior Ministry Warns . . .
A new study commissioned by Germany's Interior Ministry warns of a growing threat from the radicalization of Muslims in the country Six percent of Muslims in Germany support violence in the name
- German government aims to expand Islam Conference with . . .
Germany's Interior Ministry wants to curb the influence of organized and often conservative Muslim associations at the country's annual Islam Conference Critics say the move risks limiting
- Massive Protest in Cologne: Muslim Minority Marches . . .
Up to 20,000 Alevi Muslims in Germany gathered in front of the Cologne cathedral on Sunday to protest a broadcast of a popular TV series called "Tatort" (Crime Scene)
- 23 July-29 July - Islam in Media Roundup - Maydan
A new study shows a 30-percent rise in street incidents, and a 16-percent rise in 2017 alone Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke Spokeswoman Once Argued Muslims Can't be President Iran General Warns Trump War Would 'Destroy All You Possess' BBC News
- Germany Home to 11,000 Islamist Extremists, says Interior . . .
The German Interior Ministry has reported a significant rise in the number of Islamist extremists living in the country Officially classified as Salafists, or radicalized Muslims, their number has crossed 11,000 for the first time
- Threat alert: Interior ministry warns of terror attacks . . .
The interior ministry has sent a threat alert to the governments of Gilgit-Baltistan (G-B), Azad Jammu Kashmir and the four provinces, warning them that six male and six female terrorists
- Britain Revises Security Strategy to Counter ‘Step Change . . .
The Interior Ministry warned on Sunday that the threat posed by Islamist militants to Britain is expected to remain high for the next two years and could even rise
- Czech interior ministry warns against extremist SPD Party
Czech interior ministry warns against extremist SPD Party A leaked report of the Interior Ministry revealed concerns about extremist parties like SPD But apparently, the centrist government led by Prime Minister Andrej Babiš is dodging the issue, because it needs SPD's support to form a ruling coalition