For a while, it seemed that tensions with Islam in Europe had come to a conclusion. But the war in Israel moved Islam back to the centre of European politics.
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A Dutch Christian magazine has ceased to exist because of a lack of interest. The magazine was over a hundred years old. “This decision is unavoidable.”
Dutch Christians are divided over Geert Wilders’ election win. “It is a mirror of the country we live in.”
Last Wednesday, European churches and other buildings drew attention to their persecuted fellow-Christians. By lighting up red, they want to highlight the “many violations that minorities suffer in particular.”
Two of the three Christian parties in the Netherlands had a huge loss in the general elections on Wednesday, according to the early exit poll.
Dutch Greens and Socialists want to decriminalise abortion in the Netherlands. The Calvinist politician Chris Stoffer attends a vigil at an abortion clinic. The terminations of pregnancy are an actual topic in the political campaigns leading up to the national election of November 22.
Ayaan Hirsi Ali was born a Muslim in Somali. She turned atheist after she had fled to the Netherlands. Now, she says she has converted to Christianity.
It was a bit dreary, but seven thousand people did not let that stop them from marching for unborn life in the Netherlands on Saturday.
Next school year, both primary schools and schools for children with special needs must ban smartphones from their classrooms. That is an order of the Dutch Education Minister Mariëlle Paul. A Danish survey confirms the negative impact of screens on children.
Now and then, Christian hospices are confronted with an elderly person's wish to die by stopping their intake of food and drinks. They deal with this differently.