Muslim men "often complain about their ... women who rebel against corporal punishment"

Jihad Watch 4 July 2012

A typical problem in modern Muslim marriages: wife and daughters refuse to be beaten. For some reason Demir, a self-appointed Sharia lawyer, has not been charged for not


Germany: Moroccan religious leaders in Europe condemn circumcision ruling

A leading group of Moroccan Muslim legal scholars in Europe has spoken out against a German court ruling that bans circumcision on minors for religious reasons. The Supreme


US embassy attack 'response to fight against Islam': suspect

Expatica 4 July 2012

A radical Muslim facing terrorism charges over an attack last year on the US embassy in Bosnia said his act was a response to the "American combat against Islam", a video


200 people regularly cram into this bungalow...used as illegal mosque

Echo News 4 July 2012
By Chloe Chapman

AN Islamic group has been told to clear out of an illegal mosque in a small bungalow after residents complained it is regularly crammed with as many as 200 people. Southend


Fighting Back Against United Nations Gangsters

FrontPage Magazine 4 July 2012
By Bruce Bawer

For decades, serving as a representative for a number of different non-governmental organizations, the British historian David Littman regularly made a noble nuisance of himself before the U.N. Commission on Human Rights Commission, and later the Human Rights Council, in Geneva. 

His purpose was always the same: to do what little he could to touch the conscience of this at once tragically and farcically wayward agency, to remind it of its own official raison d’être, and to use his bully pulpit to draw the attention of the world to horrific circumstances upon which the Commission, later the Council, refused, for one reason or other, to act.  In firm but civilized words, he spoke up, for instance, against the persistence in certain societies of the Jewish blood libel, documented certain societies’ violence against women, and condemned certain societies’ treatment of Christians.


Syrian Shoot-Down - And Erdogan's "Furious" Response

Gatestone Institute 4 July 2012
By Veli Sirin

As he has before, Erdogan employs bluster and intrigue simultaneously, with one single aim: the expansion of Turkish regional power. The Syrian military shot down an unarmed


Video: CCTV shows burka-clad axe thug in raid on Rusholme jewellers

A raider dressed in a burka used a pram to conceal an axe in a ‘frightening’ armed robbery. The thug pressed the entry button to Choice Jewellers on Wilmslow Road, at


Turkey: hackers post Erdogan-Assad photo on ministry site

ANSAmed 4 July 2012

A group of left-wing Turkish hackers called RedHack this morning published on the website of the Turkish foreign ministry two photos taken a few years ago of Turkey's Prime


Battling deportation, imam of N.J.'s largest mosque files suit for government documents 4 July 2012

Battling a government bid to deport him, the spiritual leader of one of New Jersey’s largest and most diverse mosques is suing the FBI and the U.S. Customs and Border


Yitzhak Shamir: Patriot, Fighter, Realist

haOlam 4 July 2012

Among the last of a generation passed away Saturday, as Yitzhak Shamir, former Israeli prime minister, state founder and patriot for the State of Israel, died at the age of 96.

Funeral services will be held Monday at Mt. Herzl. Shamir´s wife, Shulamit, died in 2011. Shamir is survived by two children, Yair and Gilada.

Shamir served as prime minister twice, from 1983-84 and 1986-1992, serving longer than any other Israeli head of state besides David Ben-Gurion.


Egypt under Islamists - The Trouble Has Just Begun

Gatestone Institute 4 July 2012
By Mudar Zahran

Since the US Administration insisted early on that the Muslim Brotherhood be invited to the Cairo speech and presented with the choicest seats there – all in direct violation


Trial of Algerian over European tourist kidnappings delayed

Expatica 4 July 2012

The trial of an Algerian Islamist implicated in the kidnapping of 32 European tourists in the Sahara desert in 2003 was delayed by a court in Algiers on Tuesday because of the


Murfreesboro: Judge won't let new mosque open 4 July 2012

A Rutherford County judge refused Monday to suspend an order that blocks a local mosque from getting a certificate of occupancy. Chancellor Robert Corlew turned down county


Ground Zero mega-mosqueteer loses in court, owes Con Ed 1.7 million in rent

Atlasshrugs 4 July 2012

ou gotta love these Islamic surpremacists. They think they can get away with .... murder. I think I am going to send Con Ed an extra few bucks next Christmas. Finally, Gamal


Call to Action: Stop Muslim Brotherhood’s Infiltration of U.S. Gov 4 July 2012

In what may be a watershed moment in the fight against radical Islam, five members of Congress have written letters to the Departments of Homeland Security, State, Defense,


Why So Many People Think Obama Is a Muslim

American Thinker 4 July 2012
By Pamela Geller

A new Gallup poll shows that 11% of Americans think Obama is a Muslim, and the leftist media just can't figure out why anyone would get that idea. Slate concluded that it


School children visit Rochdale mosque

Asian Image 4 July 2012

Almost 700 children from 19 schools visited Neeli Mosque's of Annual ‘Primary School Programme’. The primary School programme started in 2008 and this year was the 5th year


Turkish Reporter Sik Charged for ‘Insult’ on Release From Prison

Bloomberg 4 July 2012
By Benjamin Harvey

A Turkish prosecutor has charged journalist Ahmet Sik with "insulting a public official” after his release from prison in March, the state-run Anatolia news agency


Navy SEALs Will Not Use Image Of Muslim Women In Hijab For Target Training

Huffington Post 4 July 2012

The Navy has stopped using targets featuring Muslim women in hijabs at the new SEAL training range in Fort Story, reports The Virginian-Pilot. According to The Blaze, the


Degrading and Deadly Virginity Tests Plague Iraqi Women

Radical Islam 4 July 2012

Increasingly, Iraqi women are being forced by the courts to undergo a degrading – and oftentimes deadly – test to determine if they were virgins when they married. If a husband


Ohio Officer Claims He Was Fired Because He's Muslim 4 July 2012
By Ed Meyer

Fired Norton police officer Nicholas Matheny has filed a federal lawsuit, contending city officials discriminated against him and violated his civil rights by terminating him


India catches key Mumbai terror suspect

The voice had long haunted Indian police investigating Mumbai’s deadly 2008 terrorist attack. They had repeatedly listened to a tape of cell phone intercepts containing


Youths in Germany turning to jihad

DW.DE 3 July 2012
By Dennis Stute

From Wuppertal to Waziristan: Ever more young men living in Germany are traveling to conflict zones to become jihadi fighters. Though numbers remain small, security services


"Parallel justice”

The Voice of Russia 3 July 2012
By Milena Faustova

The fact that quite a few Moslems in Germany turn to imams in disputable situations, and the imams make their decisions according to the laws of shariat, is starting to worry


Austria celebrates 'model' law on Islam

BBC News 3 July 2012
By Bethany Bell

Austria has had a checkered history when it comes to relations with Muslims, but its 100-year-old Law on Islam is seen as a symbol of tolerance. The law gives Muslims the


European Union urged to act on female genital mutilation

FIGO 3 July 2012
By Paul Robertson

A campaigner has called on policymakers in Europe to take decisive action to curb female genital mutilation. Members of the European Parliament recently voted in favour of


Islam vs. History

National Review Online 3 July 2012
By Daniel Pipes

The Islamist destruction underway in Timbuktu (including the tomb of Sidi Mahmoudou, d. 955, and the doors of the Sidi Yahya Mosque, ca. 1400) raises a question: What is it about Islam that so often turns its adherents against their own patrimony? Consider some examples:

* The destruction of Hindu temples in medieval India.

* Mamluks using the Great Sphinx of Egypt as target practice and the Great Pyramid as a quarry.


Taliban 'won't derail' us: NATO on death of British troops

NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen, condemned the death Monday of three British soldiers in Afghanistan and vowed that the Taliban would not impact on the alliance's


British police say expect more riots

Reuters 3 July 2012
By Maria Golovnina

British police expect another outburst of rioting in London, possibly even this summer, as economic hardship pushes more people towards social unrest, a study found on Monday,


Video: Norwegian at center of new al Qaeda plot fears

CBS News 3 July 2012

There are reports of concern over another terror plot involving Al Qaeda targeting a U.S. airliner. Sources say that the bomber that Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) has recruited is a Norwegian convert to Islam, who is believed to be in his thirties, with no criminal record.

Syndicate content