Authorities have arrested Turkish-born Gökmen Tanis, 37, in connection with a shooting on a busy tram in Utrecht, Netherlands, that killed three people and injured several others.
Nadette De Visser, the author of Jeruzalem/Quds, writes from Amsterdam about issues of culture and conflict.
Saif ul Malook fought to keep Pakistan from hanging a Christian woman accused of insulting the Prophet Mohammed. He won. But now she—and he—are in fear for their lives.
As Mosul falls and Raqqa comes under attack, European jihadists have decided they don’t really love death more than their enemies love life. But… nobody wants them back.
North of what will possibly be Marine le Pen’s France, another right wing populist is making a serious bid to rule the Netherlands.
It’s been more than four years since the Canadian teenager was driven to suicide. But now in a Dutch court it looks like justice will be done.
Rarely has a convict been so pleased. Wilders gets to play the victim while building his fan base among bigots in the U.S. as well as the Netherlands.
Flavia Kleiner and Operation Libero handed the anti-immigrant right a major defeat last spring. Now they’re building their ‘rebellion of the decent.’