The invasion of illegal migrants continues: 108 arrested foreigners who wanted to illegally enter in Slovenia

Last weekend police officers of PU Koper and PU Novo mesto arrested 108 illegal migrants who illegally crossed the Slovenian-Croatian border.

In the last three days (from Friday, 7 am to 7 pm), police in the area of the Koper Police Administration dealt with a total of 72 persons who illegally crossed the Slovenian - Croatian border. 43 of them expressed their intention to apply for international protection in Slovenia, 29 of them were returned to the Republic of Croatia, according to PI Koper.

After nationalities were present: Algeria - 16, Pakistan - 16 Iraq - 13, Somalia - 8, Syria - 5, Afghanistan - 3, India - 3, Iran - 3, Yemen - 2, Morocco - 1 Palestine - 1 Tunisia - 1.

36 persons were apprehended in the area of PP Ilirska Bistrica, 28 in the area of Kozina and 8 in the area of PP Piran.

During the 21st and 24th of September, police officers from the PU Novo mesto carried out the tasks of protecting the state border in the area of Bojanci, Sinji vrh, Dolenjci, Adlešiči, Tribuča, Šakovci, Sečje Selo, Kovačji gradi and Črnomelj and they traced and apprehended 36 foreigners who illegally crossed the state border. Police procedures with foreigners, thirteen Pakistani nationals, six Moroccan citizens, five Iranian citizens, five Syrian citizens, two citizens of Afghanistan and Iraq, Tunisia, Algeria and Eritrea citizens have not been completed yet.


Headcutters are moving to Europe: Sarajevo police find automatic weapons, rifles, pistols, silencers and ammunition with migrants

The Sarajevo police launched a major operation on Sunday night, during which more weapons were found with the migrants in BiH, reports reports from the Serbian news agency Tanjug. The interior ministry of the Sarajevo Canton later announced today that they had arrested two migrants.

According to the portal, the police discovered several pistols, rifles, automatic weapons and ammunition. According to unofficial information, part of the weapon was hidden in the apartment and a certain quantity was buried or thrown away. According to a report by the Croatian press agency Hina, the police later confirmed that during the investigation of the apartment in which migrants lived and adjoining areas, weapons were discovered: a rifle, four pistols, a silencer and hundreds of bullets of various sizes.

During the operation, police arrested two migrants on Sunday night, D.A. from Algeria and A.M. from Syria, both born in 1995. Before that they tried to escape from the police officers who came to legitimize them. According to the portal Slobodna Bosna, the arrests say that they bought weapons in Sarajevo and intended to resell it. From where they acquired weapons and to whom and where they intended to resell them, they have not yet been able to explain.


A controversial Dutch Muslim politician tweeted last week that the Jewish practice of fasting on Yom Kippur is “not enough” to atone for Israel’s sins.

A controversial Dutch Muslim politician - who once said he prayed to Allah to “exterminate the Zionists” - tweeted last week that the Jewish practice of fasting on Yom Kippur is “not enough” to atone for Israel’s sins. i24 reports.

Arnoud Van Doorn is a member of the Islamist Party for Unity serving on the Hague’s city council who used to belong to the right-wing Dutch Freedom Party (PVV) until he converted to Islam in 2012.

On September 18 van Doorn tweeted, “Israel celebrates Yom Kippur tomorrow. I’d make it a month. One day to reflect on all its errors and regret them is not enough.”

Dutch media quickly denounced van Doorn’s remarks as anti-Semitic while hundreds took to social media to criticize him.

Van Doorn followed up his original tweet with another stating that in Israel “one politician after another is being tried for corruption.” Many social media users responded that at least the corrupt politicians in Israel are facing trial, unlike corrupt leaders of Israel’s neighboring countries.

This is not the first time van Doorn has been under fire for anti-Semitism. In May, a prominent Dutch anti-Semitism watchdog, the Center for Information and Documentation on Israel, filed a complaint against the city councilman for tweeting he prayed Allah would “exterminate the Zionists.”

The complaint alleged van Doorn was inciting violence when he wrote on May 14, “It’s busy in heaven,” referring to over 60 Palestinians (about 50 of whom were claimed by Hamas as members of its military wing) who were killed that day in clashes with Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) at the Gaza-Israel border. “May Allah exterminate the Zionists.”

Abdoe Khoulani, another member of the Islamist Party for Unity, said last year that Israeli children on a visit to the Hague were “Zionist terrorists in training” and “future child murderers and occupiers.”

No charges were ultimately brought against Khoulani after prosecutors determined his remarks did not incite hate.