Category Archives: Crisis

Having been too busy with writing for others, leaving my own place quiet for some time

The previous months I have been very busy writing (under different names) religious articles for other websites and working on a glossary (of Jewish terms) which had normally to be published in April (but because I had not finished it … Continue reading

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2016 in review Politics #2 Persons of the year

Merkel‘s popularity had suffered in 2016, following a rash of sexual assaults in the western city of Cologne on New Year‘s Eve blamed mainly on Arab and North African men. Going from 2015 into 2016 in some German cities brought … Continue reading

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At the closing hours of 2016 #2 Low but also highlights

Wanting to write on what happened in 2016 I noticed I have forgotten to publish some articles I wrote this year. The time went credibly fast when our thoughts had to go to so many people in trouble, having to … Continue reading

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At the closing hours of 2016 #1 Looking down at terror

2016 is quickly coming to its end. By many it shall not be forgotten soon. Lots of people in 2016 lost their beloved ones and got confronted with a lot of bloodshed. Though there is no World War going on … Continue reading

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For more than Three thousand people fifteen years ago this world came to an end

Today, fifteen years ago, in one nation thousands of people said good morning and said goodbye, never to think this would be their farewell kiss are last view of each other. What started as a sunny early September day, a … Continue reading

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Belgian aftershock from the Turkish coup d’état

Belgian Ummah The Ummah (Arabic: الامة الاسلامية Al-Ummah al-Islamiyya or simply Al-umma) or worldwide Islamic community in Belgium feels the aftershock of the Turkish coup d’état.  The Ummah is seen as a global unit to which those countries are counted … Continue reading

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Bosphorus bloodshed

Nice is a very popular place by Belgians to go on holiday, but Istanbul is also a very great favourite. The most populous city in Turkey and the country’s economic, cultural, and historic centre at the Bosporus, also spelled Bosphorus … Continue reading

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Mediterranean bloodshed

Thursday night, on Bastille day, July the 14th of 2016, a city known for her wide Muslim community, providing lots of Jihad fighters, was shaken and had to see many Muslims, Arabs, Tunisians killed among the many French, Americans and many … Continue reading

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Wales will probably lose its EU funding #Brexit

Government funding expert (EU/UK) Gary Bridgeman believes that international collaboration leads to better solutions for the challenges that we are facing as a society. He calls himself specialised in EU funding Horizon 2020. First people had to hear the reality … Continue reading

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Brexit: Why Cameron’s campaign lost

Originally posted on ChattiButterfly:
A week since the 23rd June aka, our ‘independence day’ still leaves traces of the nation’s shock and disbelief this is happening. Yes, although the 53% of the UK population voted out of the EU, but…

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