Geert Wilders

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The Netherlands to immigrants: Speak Dutch

Large-scale migration from Morocco to the Netherlands started in the 1960s under a guest worker program. But when Dutch officials realized that families from Morocco and elsewhere weren’t returning to their homelands, they tried to get them to learn Dutch. When that only partially worked, attitudes hardened.

The Netherlands to immigrants: Speak Dutch
Commander Jeff Schoep of the National Socialist Movement, one of the largest white nationalist type groups in the country, speaks during a rally at the state capital in Little Rock, Arkansas,

White nationalism, born in the USA, is now a global terror threat

White nationalism, born in the USA, is now a global terror threat
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte greets supporters during campaigning in The Hague, Netherlands on March 14.

The Dutch far-right party of Geert Wilders looks to lose the election — by a lot

The Dutch far-right party of Geert Wilders looks to lose the election — by a lot
Dutch far-right Party for Freedom (PVV) leader Geert Wilders campaigns for the 2017 Dutch election in Spijkenisse, a suburb of Rotterdam, on February 18.

Why some immigrants in the Netherlands plan to vote for the 'Dutch Donald Trump'

Why some immigrants in the Netherlands plan to vote for the 'Dutch Donald Trump'
Dutch far-right politician Geert Wilders

Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders found guilty of discrimination against Moroccans; acquitted of hate speech

Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders found guilty of discrimination against Moroccans; acquitted of hate speech
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses the crowd during a campaign rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan on Dec. 21, 2015.

The five European leaders most likely to be Donald Trump’s soulmate

Although many issues divide these right-wing, populist politicians, they all have something in common with the Donald.

The five European leaders most likely to be Donald Trump’s soulmate
Fatima Elati

Two friends find common ground in a divided Holland

A sense of mutual distrust has descended upon Amsterdam’s Muslim and Jewish communities. Anti-Semitic attacks are on the rise and Jewish institutions are now guarded by police. Despite this, two activists — one Jewish, and one Muslim — have found common ground, and friendship, though not without personal cost.

Two friends find common ground in a divided Holland