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“We must have the courage to have travel bans as President Trump has done in the United States,” Geert Wilders, a far-right Dutch politician who sports a ... Far-right, populist politicians from countries such as France, Poland, Austria, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom met on Sunday under a banner ...

Unlike the Netherlands, no flamboyant anti-Islamic politician has emerged comparable to Geert Wilders and unlike Germany no anti-immigration party has become a significant political force. But, no less than its northern counterparts, Italy deserves attention for it is undergoing massive changes. Arguably ...
Geert Wilders, the leader of the Netherland's rising populist anti-migrant right, has suspended public campaigning ahead of March 15th's election. Local media reports that a series of leaks from his police security team to a "Dutch-Moroccan criminal gang" have been discovered, resulting in a series of ...
Four of the biggest mosques in the Netherlands to shut doors during prayers after attack on mosque in Quebec. ... "Merciless acts such as in Quebec contribute to the growing global hatred of Muslims," Said Bouharrou, of the Dutch Moroccan Council of Mosques (RMMN), told the AFP news agency.
Now, this reply constituted a historical error as soon as it was uttered," Wilders once told Dutch parliament. "I can report that they have had enough of burkas, headscarves, the ritual slaughter of animals, so‑called honour revenge, blaring minarets, female circumcision, hymen restoration operations, abuse ...
We too will give our country back to the Dutch!,” tweeted Dutch anti-Islamic politician Geert Wilders who even used the hashtag #makethenetherlandsgreatagain. “Bit by bit, the political left and the out-of-touch and corrupt establishment is being punished by voters and driven from the seats of power. That's a ...
A trial began against Dutch far-right politician Geert Wilders on Monday for inciting racial hatred against Moroccans – but with not a hair of the controversial politician in sight. Wilders is being tried for racial discrimination and inciting hatred, after he led a 2014 party rally to call for “fewer, fewer” Moroccans in ...
Race and immigration are at the forefront of many political conversations—including in the Netherlands, where Herald developer Wispfire is located. There, Geert Wilders, a far-right, anti-Islamic politician from the Netherlands, has influenced much of the conversation. Wilders was born of Dutch colonialism.
Dutch Party for Freedom leader Geert Wilders—whom London's Daily Mail newspaper has referred to as “the latest and most extreme face of anti-Islamic sentiment to claim leadership of the growing political far-Right in Holland”—is especially excited that Republicans have nominated Trump. “I wish we had ...


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