hawkeye10 wrote:Vals made the interview in French. (I had thought you did understand - due to your vast knowledge of Germany and German people.)I don't speak German.
hawkeye10 wrote:I didn't post a single one - it's all ok with your eyes! (You used google before, didn't you?)I see no links
Given that your claim is not sourced, and that even at this hour google gives me no evidence that anyone beside you is making the argument of a mistranslation ...
Trump more seriously too, as there is a decent chance that he is Americas next President.
Not surprisingly, I am confused.
When I did a translation search on bing of the quote you left in your previous post, it said, "Europe must say that it can no longer accommodate as many migrants, this is not possible.".
Is this the corrected translated quote from Volls, or is this the quote which was translated wrong? If it is wrong, what is the right quote. Is the following the right news story or is it still a wrong translation?
France warns on refugee numbers
JERUSALEM — Dressed in skirts over their jeans and scarves on their heads, two teenage Palestinian girls from northern Jerusalem headed to downtown Jerusalem on Monday, took out scissors and stabbed a 70-year-old Palestinian man they had mistaken for an Israeli Jew. An Israeli security guard fatally shot Hadeel Awaad, 16, and a policeman shot and wounded her cousin, Norham Awwad, 14.
The attack is among more than a dozen carried out by female Palestinians in the past two months, as violence directed against Israelis has escalated. That amounts to roughly one in seven assaults by female assailants, including girls under 18, a statistic that is both a source of concern and respect within the Palestinian community.
Hackers affiliated with online activist group Anonymous have taken down an Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) website on the dark web and replaced it with ads for anti-depressant Prozac and erectile dysfunction treatment drug Viagra, with a message urging extremists to calm down.
Anonymous has launched a campaign against IS-associated sites which has seen hundreds of extremist sites taken down in the last few weeks.
Fearing its members may be exposed and prosecuted, IS has retreated to the dark web, a part of the internet that is inaccessible through traditional search engines or social media, but can be accessed through the Tor browser
Austrian ISIS 'poster girl' reportedly beaten to death after trying to escape Syria
One of two Austrian teenagers dubbed "poster girls" for ISIS was beaten to death after she was caught trying to escape the terror group's de facto capital in Syria, according to published reports
At the time of their disappearance, they left a note for their families saying "Don’t look for us. We will serve Allah and we will die for him."
In October, it was reported that both girls had grown weary of ISIS' strict enforcement of Islamic law and had written to their families saying that they wanted to return home.
Kesinovic and Selimovic have now both been reported killed since they left their home city of Vienna to join ISIS in April 2014. The Osterreich tabloid reported that Selimovic was killed in December of last year.