Islamic extremist arrested in Florida bomb plot

Channel 6 News 10 January 2012

TAMPA, FLORIDA -- A Kosovo-born was arrested over the weekend for allegedly plotting to carry out a series of attacks in the city of Tampa in Florida, U.S. prosecutors announced on


Racism and Media Double Standards in Britain

British Freedom 10 January 2012
By Paul Weston, Chairman of the British Freedom Party

The mainstream media (MSM) has devoted a great deal of space to the Stephen Lawrence case of late. Many journalists have commented that whilst Britain was a racist country in the recent past, the Britain of today is a much more tolerant place. This may well be the case with regard to white on non-white racial crime, but what about the violent crime committed by non-whites on whites, and what about the way this is treated by the MSM?


French groups protest FIFA plan to lift ban on hijab

insideworldfootball 10 January 2012
By Duncan Mackay

A proposal to allow female Muslim footballers to wear the hijab during matches has been criticised by several groups in France, who have written to FIFA President Sepp Blatter to protest. FIFA's


Norwegian Schools Preach the Wonders of Niqab

FrontPage Magazine 10 January 2012
By Bruce Bawer

The news came three days before Christmas: The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) has announced that the Department of Defense will now allow Muslim and Sikh students participating


Five Men On Trial In Derby For Urging Execution Of Gays

The Huffington Post 10 January 2012

Five men are to go on trial on Monday accused of stirring up hatred on the grounds of sexual orientation in the first prosecution of its kind. Ihjaz Ali, 42, Mahboob Hassain, 45, and Umer Javed,


U.S., E.U. Spearhead Islamic Bid To Criminalize Free Speech

Hudson New York 10 January 2012
By Soeren Kern

The European Union has offered to host the next meeting of the so-called Istanbul Process, an aggressive effort by Muslim countries to make it an international crime to criticize Islam.

The announcement comes less than one month after the United States hosted its own Istanbul Process conference in Washington, DC.


Queen emphasises trade relations with UAE

Even more trade and even better relations; that is what Queen Beatrix’s state visit to the United Arab Emirates is intended to achieve. Dutch Economic Affairs Minister Maxime Verhagen made this


West must wake up to Islamic threat

Washington Examiner 10 January 2012
By Cal Thomas

LISBON, Portugal -- When the Republican presidential candidates tire of bashing each other, perhaps they will start addressing the expansion of radical Islam. Only Rick Santorum raised the issue in


Russians and Islamists clash in Chechnya 10 January 2012

MOSCOW -- A clash between Russian troops and militants in the republic of Chechnya has left at least four soldiers and four militants dead, Russian officials said Monday. Chechnya,


Christianity Under Fire by Radical Islam

Right Side News 10 January 2012
By Marshall Frank

The stage is set. Christians in Islamic Africa and the Islamic-dominated middle east are on the chopping block and barely a peep is heard from the left-leaning media.  

So much for the Arab Spring rebels seeking freedom. They were seeking freedom all right, freedom to kill, pillage and ethnically cleanse without reprisals.  


A Terrorist’s Triumphant Tour

FrontPage Magazine 10 January 2012
By P. David Hornik

The new star of Middle Eastern diplomacy is Gaza-based Hamas prime minister Ismail Haniyeh. Most recently visiting Tunisia, he’s also been in Egypt, Sudan, and Turkey, and the itinerary will also


Anti-Islam Metal band wins prestigious music award

European Son 10 January 2012

Norwegian Black Metal band Taake has been nominated for the Spellemann Prize. The contemporary music prize has twenty categories, and Taake has been nominated for the Best Metal Album category for


Ont. honour killing trial resumes

The Sudbury Star 10 January 2012

KINGSTON, Ont. -- As the trial into an alleged honour killing resumes, it remains to be seen if the accused -- the mother and brother of three of the victims -- will be called to testify. The


Video:Why the West Won't Hear about Persecution

CBN News 10 January 2012
By Paul Strand

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Hundreds of millions of Christians have suffered discrimination or even persecution in lands as diverse as China and India, but mostly in countries where Islam is the top religion.


Salafis to Hindus & Buddhists: Reconvert Back to Islam 10 January 2012
By Dr. Ashraf Ezzat

EL KOSHARY, Cairo - Editor’s note: ‘Keep out of politics’ ... this used to be the golden advice most Egyptian parents hoped their youngsters would abide by in order to actually stay out of trouble


Washington is playing with Brotherhood fire

Jerusalem Post 10 January 2012

Several days ago The New York Times revealed a historic shift in US foreign policy, saying "the Obama administration has begun to reverse decades of mistrust and hostility as it seeks to forge closer


Tunisia’s Islamists lash out at anti-Semitic comments

Bikya Masr 10 January 2012
By Jonathan Terry

ALGIERS: Tunisia’s Islamic party Ennahda condemned the use of anti-Semitic slogans as a top Hamas official arrived in the country on Monday. The chants left the local Jewish community alarmed, but


The Case for Military Action Against Iran

FrontPage Magazine 10 January 2012
By Bruce Thornton

Iran’s 30-year war against the United States may be reaching its decisive moment. Signs of the worsening crisis abound. Iran just announced it has begun enriching uranium at the Fordo underground


Algeria divided after Prime Minister Ouyahia slams Turkey

Today's Zaman 10 January 2012

Following Algerian Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia's remarks in which he rebuked his Turkish counterpart for "capitalizing on Algerian blood” by bringing up the French killings in Algeria in its


Video: Ex-US Soldier Charged with Aiding Al Qaeda Group

ABC News 10 January 2012

A former U.S. Army soldier and recent convert to Islam was charged today with attempting to join an al Qaeda-linked terrorist group in Somalia. The indictment of Craig Baxam, 24, comes just days after the Kenyan and British governments announced they were seeking several British citizens who had allegedly joined the same terror group, al Shabaab, and plotted attacks in Kenya.

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Egypt liberal secular leader to be put on trial for Minnie Mouse in a burka cartoons 10 January 2012
By Richard Spencer

The case against Mr Sawiris, owner of the Orascom business empire and the country's most prominent Christian, was filed originally by a group of lawyers affiliated to the radical Salafi Islamist


Florida Family Association's David Caton protests Muslim speaker's visits to Hillsborough school

Tampa Bay Times 10 January 2012
By Marlene Sokol

TAMPA — A history teacher who sought to broaden her students' horizons got more than she bargained for when she invited a Muslim leader to Steinbrenner High School. Kelly Miliziano now finds


Egyptian Billionaire Naguib Sawiris Faces Trial For Insulting Islam

Forbes 10 January 2012
By Zina Moukheiber

This past June telecom tycoon Naguib Sawiris tweeted a picture of a bearded Mickey Mouse and a veiled Minnie Mouse. It was poor judgment on the part of Sawiris, a Coptic Christian who became heavily


Al Qaeda paper delivered to Pak homes

Faizan Haider 10 January 2012

Al-Qaeda continues to preach jihad or holy war through an Urdu monthly magazine that is delivered to homes in cities across Pakistan by post, according to a media report. The 200-page magazine,


The Land-for-Peace Hoax

Family Security Matters 9 January 2012
By Caroline Glick

The rise of the forces of jihadist Islam in Egypt places the US and other Western powers in an uncomfortable position. The US is the guarantor of Egypt's peace treaty with Israel. That treaty is based on the proposition of land for peace. Israel gave Egypt the Sinai in 1982 and in exchange it received a peace treaty with Egypt. Now that the Islamists are poised to take power, the treaty is effectively null and void.


Muslims Angle for Ownership of German Catholic Churches 9 January 2012

The Catholic Church is planning to close five or six churches in Duisburg, Germany, because of diminishing patronage, and local Muslims wish to buy the churches to use as Islamic worship locations,


Video: Queen Beatrix, princess Maxima don traditional robes for mosque visit 9 January 2012

Queen Beatrix's 50th state visit of her reign began on Sunday in Abu Dhabi with a visit to the biggest mosque in the United Arab Emirates.


Obama Terrorism Advisor’s Book Confuses and Distorts

FrontPage Magazine 9 January 2012
By Raymond Ibrahim

Reading CDR Youssef Aboul-Enein’s book, Militant Islamist Ideology: Understanding the Global Threat, published by the Naval Institute Press (2010), one can see why U.S. leadership is far from


Islam in Norway

Gates of Vienna 9 January 2012
By The Observer

Our Norwegian correspondent The Observer offers the third and final part in his series of essays on the Left in Norway. In the current installment he examines the democratic deficit within the Muslim community, and the political establishment’s unwillingness to address this issue.

Previously: Part 1 and Part 2.

This is the third and final instalment in a three part series in which I examine left-wing media bias in Norway, the Left’s moral support for anti-democratic forces in the Middle East, and Norwegian Muslims, views on democracy and traditional Western values.


On the hunt for Islamic financier’s missing gold

The Globe and Mail 9 January 2012
By Colin Freeze

Omar Kalair is known as Toronto’s trailblazing Islamic financier, an entrepreneur whose life’s calling is to give loans to Muslims. His creditors, however, want to know who he’s been calling, and

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