Europe's Real "Resistance"

The Gatestone Institute 30 January 2015
By Bassam Tawil

Europe's policies of encouraging groups such as Hamas, which constantly espouse violence, demolishes the Palestinian effort to achieve a responsible Palestinian state that


If Admitting a Mistake is Considered a Weakness, How Can Mistakes Ever Be Corrected?

Citizen Warrior 30 January 2015

FrontPage Magazine interviewed Nonie Darwish back in 2006, and she said some things about the Muslim world we should all remember. You can read the whole interview here: Now


Why Won't the BBC Call Charlie Hebdo Attackers Terrorists?

The Clarion Project 30 January 2015
By Elliot Friedland

The head of the BBC Arabic Service refused to use the term terrorist to describe the Al-Qaeda affiliated gunmen responsible for the attack on French satirical magazine Charlie


Are PEGIDA Right To Say Islam Is Taking Over?

Sky News 30 January 2015

On October 20 last year, 350 people attended a rally in the east German city of Dresden. The Patriotisch Eurpaer Gergen die Islamisierung des Abendlandes (PEGIDA) movement


Islam In Europe Now A No-Go Subject

The Americon Spectator 30 January 2015
By Aaron Goldstein

A few days after the terrorist attacks in Paris on the offices of Charlie Hebdo and the Hyper Cacher grocery store, terrorism expert Steve Emerson appeared on the Fox News


Islam convert arrested in anti-terror operation

ANSA 30 January 2015

A 43-year-old convert to Islam was arrested in the province of Palermo overnight as part of an anti-terror operation, ANSA sources said Wednesday. War munitions and warfare


France releases online video to tackle jihadist recruitment

BBC 30 January 2015

The French government has released an online video designed to steer young people away from joining militant groups in the Middle East. The two-minute video features


Five indicted in Kosovo on terrorism charges

The Star 30 January 2015

Five people in Kosovo have been indicted on terrorism charges for fighting in Syria, trying to buy assault rifles and assaulting two Christian missionaries from the United


France launches anti-jihadist website

4029tv 30 January 2015
By Sandrine Amie and Ariana Williams

The French government launched an online platform Wednesday to counter jihadist propaganda, just three weeks after deadly terror attacks which claimed 17 lives in


France detains 5 in anti-terror raid

The Japan News 30 January 2015

French security forces detained five people Tuesday and broke up a jihadi recruiting network in a small southern town that has sent several French youths to fight in Syria and


Islamists deride Danish anti-radicalisation plan

The Local 30 January 2015

The Copenhagen municipality last week announced that it was working on a four-year integration plan, supported by a committee of external experts under Swedish terror expert


Jordan Horner banned from protesting or demonstrating with 13 other people

guardian-series 30 January 2015
By Natalie Glanvill

A radical Muslim convert already banned from promoting Sharia law in London has had the terms of his anti-social behaviour order amended. Jordan Horner, 21, of Radbourne


Foxman: Obama and Hollande won’t name Islamist threat Read more: Foxman: Obama and Hollande won’t name Islamist threat

The Times of Israel 30 January 2015

The national director of the Anti-Defamation League, Abraham Foxman, said President Barack Obama and his French counterpart Francois Hollande were refusing to name Islamists as


Journalist tried for 2 yrs in prison for insulting Erdogan on Facebook

BGN News 30 January 2015

Bekiroglu had been detained by Adana National Police Cyber Crimes Unit on 5 February 2014. The indictment prepared by the prosecutor has been accepted by the 6th Adana


France, Jewish community, anti-Semitic attacks doubled

ANSA med 30 January 2015

The number of anti-Semitic attacks has almost doubled between 2013 and 2014, according to the annual report by the Protection Service of the Jewish Community of France (SPCJ),


Ahmad Chaudhry: Muslims should 'forcefully reject' blasphemy laws

MCall 30 January 2015

The tragic attacks on Charlie Hebdo have once again focused light on a dark and difficult issue for many Muslims. The issue is blasphemy. Charli Hebdo's insulting cartoons of


Kenya drops some charges against British terror suspect

Yeahoo News 30 January 2015

A Kenyan court acquitted a suspected British Islamist militant of nine charges Wednesday but the key charge of terrorism for which he is on trial remains, a magistrate


Schools 'should be promoting British values' to combat extremism

itv 30 January 2015

All schoolchildren should be learning "British values" in order to combat extremism, the Education Secretary has said. Nicky Morgan told a think-tank that students should be


'I regard FGM as abhorrent', accused doctor tells court

BBC News 30 January 2015

An NHS doctor accused of performing female genital mutilation on a young mother has told jurors he regards the practice as abhorrent. Dhanuson Dharmasena, 32, is accused of


UK: Anti-Semitic Muslim Gang Went 'Jew-Bashing' During Gaza War

Israel National News 30 January 2015
By Ari Soffer

Members of a Muslim gang who carried out a terrifying anti-Semitic attack in England last summer have pleaded guilty to racially aggravated common assault, according to the


Germany: Muslim stabs pregnant, German girlfriend in belly, then burns her alive. Police suspects "honor” killing 30 January 2015
By Nicolei Sennels

"Police are investigating the possible honor killing of a heavily pregnant 19-year-old woman in Berlin, Germany. After the killing and burning of a 19-year-old pregnant woman


Swedish soldiers ‘get less support returning home than Muslim terrorists coming back’

The Muslim Issue 30 January 2015

If you want the government to back you 100%, make excuses on your behalf, give you a free home and welfare, you have to become a savage Muslim terrorist. The socialists have


Ireland to introduce new anti-terrorism laws

Irish Central 30 January 2015
By Kayla Hertz

In the coming weeks, new anti-terror laws will be introduced in Ireland to help combat the threat posed by radicalized Europeans returning home from fighting in Iraq and Syria.


Erdogan's Saudi Dilemma

U.S. News 30 January 2015
By Semih Idiz

The death of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia has highlighted the importance Turkey attaches to this key Gulf state despite deep political differences between the


Assad: Erdogan is ‘personally responsible’ for Syrian chaos

Rudaw 30 January 2015

Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan "is personally responsible” for the turmoil in Syria and the surge in Islamic terrorism in the region, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad


English court on female genital mutilation and male circumcision

The Washington Post 30 January 2015
By Eugene Volokh

An interesting opinion, in In the Matter of B & G (Eng. & Wales Family Ct., Leeds Jan. 14, 2015). The background: These are care proceedings in relation to two children, B,


Turkey expects US to extradite Fethullah Gulen

World Bulletin 30 January 2015

Turkey expects the U.S. to extradite U.S.-based preacher Fethullah Gulen if Ankara filed a request, Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag said Wednesday. Gulen is accused of trying


How Isil jihadists spread hate with Twitter army of 45,000

The Telegraph 30 January 2015
By Rob Crilly

Violent jihadists of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (Isil) have been able to count on as many as 45,000 Twitter users to spread their message, according to a new


Arab Scholars Debate Free Speech After Charlie Hebdo Attack

Israel National News 30 January 2015
By Tova Dvorin

The Arab world has also been rocked by the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris, according to the Middle East Research Media Institute (MEMRI) - as the attacks opened up an

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