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Glow in the dark road unveiled in the Netherlands

These “glowing lines” could replace street lights or be used in areas where there are none Continue reading the main story in BBC Related Stories Dutch pioneer glowing superhighwaysWatch Future…

Dutch Muslim politician launching new Islamic party

A former anti-Islamist politician, Arnoud van Doorn, has started a new Islamic party in Holland after accepting Islam. World Bulletin / News Desk Arnoud van Doorn, a former far-right Dutch…

Court Rules Preparing for Jihad is a Crime

A Rotterdam district court has convicted two men of making preparations to participate in the armed conflict in Syria. Mohammed G. was convicted of preparing for murder. He does not…

This is your brain on religion: Uncovering the science of belief

Salon: by D. F. Swaab — As far as I’m concerned, the most interesting question about religion isn’t whether God exists but why so many people are religious. There are…

Al-Sudais honors Dutch revert

Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, head of the Presidency for the Two Holy Mosques, on Tuesday honored Arnoud van Doorn, a prominent Dutch politician who embraced Islam, by conferring on him…

Netherlands: Blasphemy law will be scrapped

Tuesday 03 December 2013 DutchNews.nl Blasphemy will be removed from the statute books following a majority vote in the upper house of parliament on Tuesday. However, a second motion was…

The Netherlands to Immigrants: Learn Dutch or Leave

WATCH VIDEO REPORT HERE: The Video seems to cover a Pakistani Ahmadi-Muslim Family in the Netherlands. France’s face veil ban is just the latest controversial law aimed at assimilating new…

Dutch legislators discuss law banning religious offences

Source: Morocco World News: HAGUE – The Dutch opposition suggests an amendment to a law that bans offensive speaking against religion. Dutch legislators are discussing whether or not to change a law…

Is The Hague making a mockery of justice so the CIA and MI6 can save face?

Robert Fisk investigates an alleged double standard over two prominent Libyans accused of crimes against humanity There’s a spot of skulduggery going on in the International Criminal Court (ICC) at…

Former anti-Islam film producer turned Muslim made pilgrim to Hajj

Albawaba: A Dutch politician, Arnoud Van Doorn, who was once a harsh critic of Islam and had taken part in the production of a highly controversial anti-Islam film (Fitna) ,…

Solar Team Twente finishes highest position ever in World Solar Challenge

Solar Team Twente has gained the third position in the World Solar Challenge in Australia. Never before the red solar car has gained such a high ranking. One and a…

Last six Dutch soldiers leave Kunduz, Afghanistan

The last six Dutch soldiers serving with the police training mission in Kunduz in northern Afghanistan have returned to the Netherlands, the defence ministry has confirmed. The six were involved…

Dutch Budget for 2014 Brings Prospect of Sustainable Economic Recovery

The Dutch government is taking another important step toward sustainable economic growth. Efforts to bring about robust public finances and a fair distribution of income are an inseparable part of…

Peace Sign Satanic?

Huff Post: A Christian school in the Netherlands, Pieter Zandt Scholengemeenschap, was horrified to find an allegedly satanic symbol in its latest student agenda, asking parents and students to return the planners…

Easier for non-EU professionals to set up business in the Netherlands

An Asian app-developer, creative designer or instrument maker wanting to set up their business in the Netherlands will soon have easier access to the Dutch market. As of 1 August…

Dutch economy shrinks by 1.8 percent

According to the first estimate conducted by Statistics Netherlands, the Dutch economy shrank 0.2 percent in the second quarter of 2013 compared to the first quarter. This is the fourth…

The Prince who never wanted to be king

Prince Johan Friso, the second son of Crown Princess Beatrix and Prince Claus, has died at the age of 44. The Prince had been in a coma since a skiing…

Worries Mount as Syria Lures West’s Muslims

By ERIC SCHMITT The New York Times July 27, 2013 WASHINGTON — A rising number of radicalized young Muslims with Western passports are traveling to Syria to fight with the…

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