World Bulletin / News Desk
A Berlin court on Thursday allowed far-right militants to harass Muslims saying it could show copies of the insulting Danish cartoons which sparked violent protests around the globe when they were first published in 2005.
The rejected complaint was filed by three Islamic mosque congregations.
The group plans to demonstrate in front of three mosques in the capital city under the slogan, “Islam does not belong to Germany – stop Islamisation.” on Saturday that is last day of Ramadan.
Around approxiametely 100 members are expected to drive between the mosques and hold rallies in front of them - as Muslims prepare to celebrate the end of Ramadan or Eid on Sunday.
On Sunday itself, the group is taking a tour around some of Berlin’s left-wing hot spots, in a further move which can only be interpreted as deliberate provocation.
At least half a dozen counter-demonstrations have been registered with the police for both days.
In the appeal, Serbian Federation claimed that accepting the Football Federation of Kosovo in UEFA was illegal and violated the rules.
Sigmar Gabriel, 57, who currently serves as vice chancellor and economy minister in Merkel's government, revealed the decision in media interviews, saying his chances of victory would be dismal.
Jammeh's defiance prompted more than 76,000 people to seek shelter in Senegal, the UN refugee agency said, citing Senegalese authorities.
Bulgaria's new president on Tuesday called for an early national election for March 26 and appointed former parliament speaker Ognyan Gerdzhikov as caretaker prime minister until then.
Other big companies as well as Lockheed have been slammed by the new president for offshoring US jobs.
Muhammadu Buhari insists Ibrahim Magu be confirmed as head of anti-corruption drive
Donald Trump paves way for contruction of North Dakota Access and Keystone XL oil projects
Apart from the German-led battalion in Lithuania, Canada will lead a multi-national battalion in Latvia, Britain in Estonia and the US in Poland.
The aircraft manufacturer employs a total of 15,000 people in Britain, including sites at Filton in southwest England and Broughton in north Wales, designing and manufacturing wings.
Jerusalem’s Muslim Endowments Authority blasts increasingly frequent visits to Al-Aqsa by Jewish extremists
A State Department official and several congressional aides said the outgoing administration formally notified Congress it would spend the money Friday morning.
Turkish president Erdogan visits Mozambique, the 2nd stop of his SE Africa tour
Escorted by 80 German police officers, their plane landed shortly after 7.30 am (0300 GMT) -- the second batch to be deported under a disputed Afghan-EU deal signed last October and aimed at curbing the influx of migrants.
Thousands of Arab-Israelis converge on Bedouin village that was target of recent home demolitions
Ankara wants Bosnia to transfer control of FETO schools to Maarif Foundation, says deputy parliamentary speaker