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Copenhagen shootings

Denmark To Honour Attack Victims Amid Tight Security

One year after a Danish-born gunman killed a filmmaker and a Jewish security guard in twin attacks in Copenhagen, the country will on Sunday honour the victims amid tight security. On February 14, 2015, Omar El-Hussein, a 22-year-old Dane of


Danes Won’t ID Four Copenhagen Synagogue Terror Suspects

Four men, held in connection with twin gun attacks in Copenhagen last year, were on Wednesday charged with a terror offence, the justice ministry said. “Justice Minister Soren Pind decided today to charge four men with complicity in an act


WaPo: Europe Proves Expanded Background Checks Useless

The Washington Post looks across the pond and demonstrates that Europe’s expanded background checks prove useless in the face of a booming black market for guns and radicalized Muslims looking to commit terrorism.


Re-enacting Muhammad in Copenhagen

Shouting the jihadist battle cry declared by Islam’s prophet Muhammad himself, “Allahu-akbar” (“Allah is greater”), on Saturday, February 14, 2015, a Muslim gunman opened fire on participants at a Copenhagen, Denmark, conference on freedom of expression, killing 1 and wounding 3 others.

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Gutfeld: Media, WH Too Scared to Identify Islamist Extremism

Fox News Channel host Greg Gutfeld declared the media and the White House will not identify Islamist extremism because they’re afraid of it on Monday’s broadcast of “The Five” “Here we have the latest installment of NIDNI: ‘Nope, It’s Definitely


Danish PM: First Copenhagen Shooting ‘Terrorist Attack’

Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt said that the shooting at a free speech event in Copenhagen was a “politically motivated” “terrorist attack” on Saturday. At the site of the first shooting, Thorning-Schmidt stated “Denmark has been hit by a very