Video: FBI Training Class Calls Muslims Terrorist Sympathizers

39online.com 23 September 2011

QUANTICO, VA— You want to stop terrorism? Then you had better keep an eye on the Muslims, according to the FBI. In advanced anti-terrorism training classes, according to Wired.com, FBI recruits were taught that mainstream American Muslims are likely to be terrorist sympathizers. They are also taught the prophet Mohammed who founded the religion of Islam was a "cult leader." The more devout a Muslim is, according to the class, the more prone to violence he will be.
 

 

Kurdish Leader Calls Erdogan A Liar

Rudaw 23 September 2011
By KAWA AMIN

In a Rudaw interview conducted in Stockholm, Remzi Kartal, a prominent Kurdish leader and former MP in the Turkish Parliament, discussed the possibility of new Turkish military operations against

 

Criminals avoid being deported

Bristol Evening Post  23 September 2011
By Richard Eddy

I AM sure the irony is not lost on Evening Post readers of repeated examples where blatant law breakers seek to hide behind the protection of the law when attempting to escape the consequences of

 

Ahmadinejad To U.N.: Holocaust an "Excuse;” 9/11 "Mysterious”

Long Island Press 23 September 2011
By Christopher Twarowski

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad delivered a fiery tirade before the United Nations General Assembly Thursday, accusing the United States, Israel and NATO of tyranny and insinuating U.S. Special

 

London peace conference to draw 12,000 Muslims

Jerusalem Post 23 September 2011

LONDON - More than 12,000 British Muslims are expected to attend a global peace conference at Wembley arena in London on Saturday to mark the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks,

 

Christian Mother of Five in Pakistan Alleges Rape

Compass Direct News  23 September 2011

LAHORE, Pakistan, — A Christian mother of five was allegedly raped by two Muslim men last week, and area Islamists are threatening to harm her family if charges against the

 

Integration, immigration and Islam-related problems: 23 suggestions for laws

Jihad Watch 22 September 2011
By Nicolai Sennels

Western politicians are free to pick and chose -- or take them all:

Crime

The basic goal is to fight immigrant crime with all means possible.

1) Illegal immigration is, yes, illegal, and should be punishable.
2) Criminal immigrants without citizenship must be deported.
3) All who are voluntarily involved in the use of Sharia courts must be punished.

 

The Wages of Multiculturalism in the Democratic West

Family Security Matters 22 September 2011
By Janet Levy

A review of: Delectable Lie: A Liberal Repudiation of Multiculturalism [1] by Salim Mansur (Mantua Books, 2011, 186pp., $22.00

In 2008, Vietnam war veteran Jesse Nieto — a Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base civilian employee and father of one of 16 sailors who died in the 2000 Islamist attack on the USS Cole — was ordered to remove from his vehicle decals that a Marine’s Muslim spouse thought were offensive. The decals referred to Islamic terrorist responsibility for the USS Cole tragedy and the celebrations it prompted in the Muslim world.

 

AFDI/SIOA chief Pamela Geller Wins Free Speech Victory Over Lawyer Tied to Hamas-Linked CAIR

Sacramento Bee 22 September 2011

NEW YORK -- AFDI/SIOA co-founder and Executive Director Pamela Geller has won an important victory for free speech. Omar Tarazi, a lawyer linked to the Hamas front group the Council on American-Islamic Relations, has dismissed his ten-million-dollar libel lawsuit against Geller with prejudice: it cannot be re-filed.

Geller explained: "This is a huge victory for the First Amendment, truth, and the anti-Sharia movement in this country, which is exposing an insidious cancer that brings progressives and Islamic supremacists together in common cause to attack anyone who criticizes Islamic supremacism with the threat of lawsuits, actual lawsuits, or even worse, violence."

 

Burqa-Clad Pole Dancer Leaves Saudi Islamists Hot And Bothered

Weasel Zippers 22 September 2011

A British fitness instructor who visited the strict Muslim kingdom of Saudi Arabia to teach a Saudi woman the art of pole dancing has sparked disapproval among UK Muslims back home. 27-year-old

 

Nigerian rapist wins right to stay in UK

Express.co.uk 22 September 2011
By Anil Dawar

A rapist has avoided deportation from the UK after European judges yesterday ruled kicking him out would violate his right to a family life. The 24-year-old Nigerian has no partner or children but

 

Dutch politician wants referendum on minaret ban

The Sun Daily 22 September 2011

AMSTERDAM: Dutch politician Geert Wilders said yesterday he wanted the Netherlands to hold a referendum on whether to ban minarets, following a similar move by Switzerland. Wilders

 

Swedish Muhammad Cartoonist Targeted in 9/11 Anniversary Murder Plot

MyFox Washington DC  22 September 2011

GOTHENBURG, Sweden - A group of men arrested in Sweden on the eve of the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks were suspected of plotting to murder an artist who provoked Muslim outrage by his

 

Dozens injured in clashes on Lampedusa

ANSA.it 22 September 2011

Lampedusa, Dozens of people were injured in clashes between migrants and residents on the southern Italian island of Lampedusa on Wednesday. Tension erupted on the island late

 

Muslim students face finance dilemma over tuition fees

BBC News 22 September 2011
By Sanjiv Buttoo

Bushrat Almari is from Bradford and is studying for a pharmacy degree at Bradford University. Like many Asian students in further education she lives with her family and is fortunate that her

 

Chicago man convicted of helping terrorists wants new trial

WBEZ  22 September 2011
By Tony Arnold

A Chicagoan convicted of helping terrorists plan an attack is asking for a new trial. In some new court filings, Tahawwur Rana’s lawyers argue his trial was not fair. They say jurors were confused

 

Radical Muslim cleric Abdul Benbrika escapes trial over bomb plot

NEWS.com.au 22 September 2011

Radical Muslim cleric Abdul Benbrika has escaped trial over his plot to bomb Australia and he could walk free from jail in only six years. One of his co-accused Melbourne terrorists already has

 

Turkish PM lashes out at Cyprus, Israel over oil

Pakistan Observer  22 September 2011

Ankara— Turkey’s prime minister has lashed out at Cyprus and Israel for what he described as their "madness for an oil search” in the Mediterranean, the state media reported Wednesday. Recep

 

War memorial: the final insult

Burton News & Staffordshire Newspaper 22 September 2011
By HELEN KREFT

A BRITISH Muslim has shown ‘no remorse’ after desecrating Burton’s War Memorial with extremist Islamic slogans, a court has heard. And senior lawyers from the Crown Prosecution Service have decided

 

3 arrested in plot to kill artist in Sweden

Boston Globe  22 September 2011
By Karl Ritter

STOCKHOLM - Swedish prosecutors suspect that three men arrested in an antiterrorism sting this month plotted to kill an artist who depicted the Prophet Mohammed as a dog, a newspaper reported

 

Indonesia to deport human rights researcher

ABC Online  22 September 2011
By Matt Brown

Indonesian officials are planning to deport an Australian human rights researcher who has been detained on Madura island, north of Java. Tirana Hassan, originally from Adelaide, was visiting

 

California: Councilman Names Dog "Mohammed,” CAIR Demands He Apologize

Weasel Zippers 22 September 2011

Naming his dog Muhammad, and later announcing it during a public meeting, was not meant to be disparaging to Muslims, San Juan Capistrano Councilman Derek Reeve said Tuesday. In offering the first

 

Palestinians handing out maps at UN that erase all of Israel

Jihad Watch 22 September 2011

Yet the Fantasy-Based Policymakers at the UN and in Washington continue to believe that a two-state solution will bring peace. In fact, it will only embolden the Palestinian jihad. "In UN, PA Maps

 

Indonesia: Islamic fundamentalists in Java target puppet statues

Spero News 22 September 2011

Purwakarta – Yesterday several Islamic groups and students of local Islamic schools staged protests in Purwakarta, a mainly Muslim town situated about 100km east of Jakarta. The protests culminated

 

Muslim students' speech trial goes to US jury

Boston Globe  22 September 2011

SANTA ANA, California—A jury has completed its first full day of deliberations in the trial of 10 Muslim students charged with disrupting a speech by an Israeli diplomat at the University of

 

Middle East: Saudis arrest five Indonesian Haj 'sex workers'

Mecca - The Saudi Arabia Prosecution and Investigation Commission (PIC) has arrested 11 foreigners, including five Indonesians, on their alleged involvement in

 

Insurance Giant Lloyd’s Sues Saudi Arabia for $215M Over 9/11 Claims; World’s 4th and 15th Largest Shariah Banks Named in Suit

Shariah Finance Watch 22 September 2011

Lloyd’s of London’s Syndicate 3500 has filed a lawsuit in federal court in Pennsylvania against Saudi Arabia, several Saudi charitable and financial entities and prominent Saudi citizens over the

 

The Council of Europe manual on "Hate Speech"

Council of Europe 21 September 2011
Comments by Henrik R. Clausen

For anyone interested in "Hate speech", the Council of Europe has published a 104 page manual detailing what exactly might be considered "Hate speech", and thus subject to serious preventive punishment. From the manual (page 5):

The identification of statements that could be classified as “hate speech” seems all the more difficult because this kind of speech does not necessarily manifest itself through expressions of “hatred” or emotions. “Hate speech” can be concealed in statements which at a first glance may seem to be rational or normal.”

Potential "Hate Speechers" are encouraged to read the manual. It is surprisingly easy, according to the Council of Europe and Anne Weber, to engage in "Hate Speech". The easiest way to do so is to engage in Discrimination, which according to the Lisbon Treaty is outlawed in every form.

 

Pamela Geller Wins Free Speech Victory

JihadWatch 21 Sept 2011

AFDI/SIOA co-founder and Executive Director Pamela Geller has won an important victory for free speech. Omar Tarazi, a lawyer linked to the Hamas front group the Council on American-Islamic Relations, has dismissed his ten-million-dollar libel lawsuit against Geller with prejudice: it cannot be re-filed.

Geller explained: "This is a huge victory for the First Amendment, truth, and the anti-Sharia movement in this country, which is exposing an insidious cancer that brings progressives and Islamic supremacists together in common cause to attack anyone who criticizes Islamic supremacism with the threat of lawsuits, actual lawsuits, or even worse, violence."

 

Slovenia: EU bail-out ratification in danger

EUobserver 21 September 2011
By Andrew Rettman

Slovenian MPs can still vote on the second Greek bail-out and beefed-up euro rescue fund, the EFSF, despite the fall of the government, but getting them to vote Yes "could be a problem."

 
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