After the final and decisive destruction of the supposedly invincible Zionist army by the mujahideen on October 7, 2023, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz declared in his government statement that ensuring...
After the Taliban’s capture of the presidential palace on 15/8/2021, without any resistance, the German government had no choice but to publicly admit the failure of its policy regarding Afghanistan. The total collapse of the puppet government in Kabul, which accompanied the change of power, proves beyond any doubt that German
On 7 July 2021, the Austrian People's Party, the Green Party, the Austrian Socialist Party and the right-wing Austrian National Party voted to pass the controversial anti-terror package, through which the essential elements of the Islamic view point of life will be criminalized and all Islamic cultural bodies and associations
As part of a global campaign launched by Hizb ut Tahrir demanding the release of Naveed Butt, spokesman for Hizb ut Tahrir in Wilayah Pakistan, who was abducted by the Pakistani intelligence agency on 11th of May 2012 and since then he has disappeared and his whereabouts are unknown, a delegation of Hizb ut Tahrir in the German-Speaking Countries...
While the German Federal Council voted on 25 March by a majority to extend the German Federal Army's duties for ten months in Afghanistan, a few weeks later the German Ministry of Defense informed the Federal Parliament's Defense Committee that the expected withdrawal date had been brought forward to 4 July 2021.
On 3/25/2021, the German Federal Council voted by majority to extend the mandate of the German Federal Army for ten months in Afghanistan. Thus, the German foreign and security policy will continue to obey the signals coming from Washington, and this will reduce Germany's future possibilities to build positive strategic relations with the Islamic countries.
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz announced on 11 November the government's intention to create a new clause of criminal offenses under the name "political Islam", "so that it can take action against those who are not terrorists, but who are creating fertile ground for them.
After the German Parliament approved on 13/3/2020 to extend the mission of the German army in Afghanistan (Resolute Support Mission - RSM). Also, on 29/5/2020, the parliamentarians voted to extend its participation in the so-called United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA), and additionally to extend the participation in the “training mission of the European Union in Mali” (EUTM).