Judge won’t toss confession in Fort Hood bomb plot

Las Vegas Sun 23 April 2012

A federal judge on Friday rejected a defense motion to throw out a confession from the soldier accused of planning to bomb a Texas restaurant fille d with Fort Hood troops. Lawyers

 

Hamas slams PA for Ramallah dance festival

Jerusalem Post 23 April 2012
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH

Festival coincides with beginning of hunger strike by Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails, sparking anger among some. Hamas and other Palestinians strongly condemned the Palestinian

 

Muslim mob torches Catholic church in Sudanese capital amid reports of fresh clashes

Washington Post 23 April 2012

KHARTOUM, Sudan — A Muslim mob set ablaze a Catholic church frequented by Southern Sudanese in the capital Khartoum, witnesses and media reports said on Sunday. The church in Khartoum’s

 

Sri Lanka orders mosque move after Buddhist protest

Reuters India 23 April 2012
By Shihar Aneez and Ranga Sirilal

The Sri Lankan government ordered a mosque relocated on Sunday after Buddhist monks said the 50-year-old structure had been built illegally in an area sacred to Buddhists and threatened to

 

Hindus in Pakistan accuse Muslims of kidnapping teens as wives

Los Angeles Times 23 April 2012
By Alex Rodriguez

JACOBABAD, Pakistan — Rachna Kumari, 16, was shopping for dresses in this city's dust-choked bazaar when it happened. The man who her family says abducted her was not a street thug. He

 

Muslims find many restaurants in Cagayan de Oro unfriendly

Gold Star Daily World News 23 April 2012
By ZAIRNEE ARANI SALIC and HANIAH KRYS ILUPA

MUSLIM Filipinos find many of the eating places in Cagayan de Oro, the "City of Golden Friendship," unfriendly. Here, Muslims find it difficult to find a fastfood or a restaurant that serve

 

What Is British Freedom?

BritishFreedom.org 21 April 2012

It’s not just a catch-phrase or the name of our party, it actually means a great deal. Think about it: Why is Britain Free? What is Freedom? What is Britishness? Freedom is the ability to think, say and do what comes naturally, without fear of persecution.

It’s democracy – true democracy.

It’s freedom of thought, freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, freedom to fail and freedom to succeed.

So, where and how did we get these freedoms?

 

Free Press Society President acquitted by unanimous Supreme Court

Sapppho.dk 21 April 2012
By the Editors of Sappho.dk

A panel of seven Supreme Court justices led by Chief Justice Børge Dahl has acquitted Free Press Society President Lars Hedegaard, who stood accused of intentionally denigrating Muslims.

In a press release the Court states that "there has been no basis for convicting him of intentionally disseminating his remarks to a wider audience". Consequently, the Court can find no grounds for remitting the case for re-trial in Superior Court, which convicted Lars Hedegaard after he had been found not guilty in the lower court.

 

Where's the Coverage? State-Sanctioned Police Brutality in the Middle East

Camera Snapshots 20 April 2012

Unless you’ve been living under a rock -- and even if you have been living under a rock in Israel -- you have heard of Lt. Colonel Shalom Eisner, recently dismissed from his post after a video showed him striking a Danish anti-Israel protester. There has certainly been a media firestorm over this event. In Maariv, Ben Dror Yemini writes:

Dear readers, we have gone mad. We have simply gone mad. Because there are also facts. And they too deserve respect.

 

Coalition of Leftist Groups to Disrupt ‘Islamic Apartheid Conference’

FrontPage Magazine 20 April 2012

The David Horowitz Freedom Center and Temple University Students for Intellectual Freedom have organized an "Islamic Apartheid Conference” to be held on Monday, April 23rd focusing on the

 

OIC to launch broadcast watchdog in 57 Muslim states

Today's Zaman 20 April 2012
By ABDULLAH BOZKURT

A Turkish proposal to establish a broadcasting watchdog agency among 57 Muslim countries was officially approved on Thursday at the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) conference in

 

Minister slams Salafism at Islam conference

The Local 20 April 2012

German Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich condemned domestic violence, forced marriage and the fundamentalist Muslim branch the Salafists at the latest Islam conference on Thursday.

 

Bosnia: Killing of Srebrenica Muslims ordered from top of military command, witness says

Adnkronos Security 20 April 2012

The Hague - A prosecution witness in the trial of wartime Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic told the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia on Thursday

 

German Islam forum hits out at extremism, forced marriage

A conference aimed at furthering Muslim integration in Germany on Thursday condemned forced marriages and voiced concern over stepped-up recruiting by an ultra-conservative Islamic

 

Sensitive Muslims in the Religion of Peace

Gatestone Institute 20 April 2012
By Mohshin Habib

On Friday, March 30, after Jumma prayer, thousands of Muslims in Bangladesh came out of the different masques in three towns and rushed to loot houses, then burn them down. Witness said several thousand people took part in the attacks, most of them students in Madrassahs [Islamic religious schools].

 

‘Fed up’ French Muslims mobilize to unseat Sarkozy

Washington Times 20 April 2012
By Karine G. Barzegar

PARIS | France’s Muslim community is mobilizing voters to reject President Nicolas Sarkozy in Sunday’s election to punish the conservative leader for his anti-immigrant and anti-Islam

 

BBC can't find a Muslim cleric willing to appear with a rabbi in Doha

Elder of Ziyon 20 April 2012

From Israel Hayom: Former Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi and current Tel Aviv Chief Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau was scheduled to travel to Qatar in the coming weeks to take part in the monthly

 

Council ban Norwich church over Islam leaflet

Network Norwich 20 April 2012

After a single complaint, Norwich City Council has decided to ban Norwich Reformed Church from holding their weekly bookstall outreach on Hay Hill for "equality reasons.” The Council has

 

'Threats from Turkey should not be accepted' says Polish PM Tusk

Cyprus Mail 20 April 2012

THE EU should not accept any Turkish threats against the Republic of Cyprus, which will assume the rotating presidency of the Council of the EU in the second half of 2012, Polish Prime

 

The Scandalous Lies of ‘Hope Not Hate’

FrontPage Magazine 20 April 2012
By Bruce Bawer

The list reads, in large part, like an honor roll of courageous truth-tellers.  In the U.S., people like David Horowitz, Daniel Pipes, Ibn Warraq, Mark Steyn, Robert Spencer, and Andrew McCarthy.  In Canada, Ezra Levant.  In the U.K., Roger Scruton.  In the Netherlands, Geert Wilders.  In Denmark, Lars Hedegaard.  And so on.

 

How the ISM sucker punched the IDF

Tundra Tabloids 20 April 2012

This is an excellent accounting of how the ISM operates and how they took advantage of a wounded officer.In a recorded interview at the Ohio State national conference, Adam Shapiro, a

 

Iran marks Holocaust Remembrance Day by running cartoons mocking Jews and denying Holocaust

Jihad Watch 20 April 2012

Were this a non-Muslim country mocking and celebrating the mass murder of Muslims, the international outcry would be immediate and insistent. But no one cares about this -- despite its

 

Islamic Apartheid Conference Under Attack

FrontPage Magazine 20 April 2012
By Robert Spencer

Leftist and Islamic supremacist thugs are planning to protest the Islamic Apartheid Conference that the David Horowitz Freedom Center is sponsoring at Temple University Monday. Hosted by

 

Whites and blacks, Arabs and Jews are all Marseillais

DW.DE 20 April 2012
By Diana Fong

The Mediterranean port of Marseille has sun, sea and a soccer club that binds fans of all colors and creeds. Even the notorious drug trade shields the city from the ethnic attacks that have

 

The Living History of the Holocaust is Dying

haOlam.de 20 April 2012

History soon will be the only memory of the Holocaust, without live witnesses, as survivors die at the rate of nearly one an hour, according to a report by the Foundation for the Benefit of

 
 

Al-Qaida expands its reach to 'like-minded' groups in Africa

Stars and Stripes 20 April 2012
By Oren Dorell

The Nigerian religious sect Boko Haram had been sporadically attacking police stations and people for years with machetes and sometimes guns to create an Islamic state in its corner of

 

Guilty of Insulting Islam

FrontPage Magazine 20 April 2012
By Jacob Laksin

Last October, Ernest Perce was marching in a Halloween parade in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, dressed up as a zombie version of the prophet Mohammed when he was physically confronted by

 

Syrian Christians ethnically cleansed by "militants linked to al-Qaeda"

People of Shambhala 20 April 2012

Approximately 50,000 Christians are believed to have been forcibly expelled from the city of Homs, Syria. Hundreds more — including women and children — have reportedly been

 

Mali: Timbuktu refugee influx to Mauritania, says MSF

BBC News 20 April 2012

There has been more than a seven-fold increase in the number of Malians fleeing to Mauritania, the aid group Medecins Sans Frontieres has said. In the last fortnight, the number has

 
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