Eight men charged over brutal gang rape

The Local 11 March 2012

"It's an incredible violation that she is still feeling terrible about. The actual situation and the process have been lengthy and very degrading and offensive,” said the woman’s legal counsel


Memorial planned for Serbs killed by Muslims

canada.com 11 March 2012

Local officials in Bosnia's capital Sarajevo plan to built a memorial for Serbs killed during the 1992-1995 war by the majority Muslim Bosnian army, its mayor said Friday. "It was necessary to


Denmark - 150 Muslims Arrested While Attacking Police Station

The 150 pöblarna derived from various shariaproklamerande Muslim gangs, Black Cobra, and would storm and take the court. The reason for the assault is that there is a lawsuit against two Pakistani


Islam's Tradition of Breaking the Cross

Hudson New York 11 March 2012
By Mark Durie

In the recent destruction of Commonwealth war graves in Benghazi, Libya (YouTube Video), you can see not just the desecration of graves, but attacks on crosses.

The radical Muslims who are kicking over and smashing headstones marked with crosses (and one with a Star of David), also took pains to demolish a tall "Cross of Sacrifice" standing at the edge of the cemetery.


Tommy Robinson interviewed by CAN

Vlad Tepes Blog 11 March 2012

Tommy Robinson of the English Defence League on the challenges of running a grassroot organisation against Islamization and how the British authorities are systematically obstructing their work and goals.


Obama's Solidarity With 'Marginalized' Muslim Enclaves of Europe

AINA (press release) 11 March 2012
By Jessica Rubin

Obama's representatives in Europe are on an apology and outreach mission to affirm US solidarity with "marginalized" Muslim enclaves and pressing foreign governments to open up their institutions to


Sharia Law, Secular Law and Rabbinical Courts

Hudson New York 11 March 2012
By Michael Curtis

The Archbishop of Canterbury in a speech in February 2008 inaugurated a controversial discussion on the existence and place of religious law and courts in Britain. His challenging premises were that adopting parts of Islamic sharia law into the British system would help maintain social cohesion, and that Britain should find a "constructive accommodation " with some aspects of Muslim law, as it had already done with some aspects of other religious laws.


Al Shabaab's British accent

CNN (blog) 11 March 2012
By Raffaello Pantucci

Friday's conviction of Shabaaz Hussain, a former British teaching assistant for donating thousands to Al Shabaab is just the latest reason the Somali terrorist group is increasingly a priority for


Poll: Many women in Turkey haven't gotten out much

Today's Zaman 11 March 2012

Many women in Turkey have never gone on vacation, celebrated their birthdays or even gone to a hairdresser, according to a recent poll. Pollster Adil Gür of A&G polling company interviewed 3,252


Grieving Kingston mosque honours "founding father"

Your Local Guardian 11 March 2012
By David Lindsell

Mosque-goers, including Cat Stevens, said prayers today to honour the memory of Kingston Muslim Association's founding father. Hajee Mubarik Ali, elder and trustee and founder of the mosque died


Lifting the veil on the burka debate

Bucks Free Press 11 March 2012
By Simon Farr

THE burka – the one piece of clothing which stirs controversy, conjures up strong emotions and divides opinion like no other. It is the Islamic veil worn by Muslim women which covers the entire


Italy angered by botched British rescue of Nigeria hostages

UPI.com 11 March 2012

ROME -- A botched British rescue of two European hostages in Nigeria has angered Italy and sparked a war of words between Rome and London. Italian President Giorgio Napolitano


Afghanistan’s teen brides who set themselves alight

RAWA News 11 March 2012
By Claire Truscott

Herat, Afghanistan — Flayed by a fire she began herself, Aatifa's childlike frame is painstakingly wrapped in thick bandages -- her shrieks of "Allah" echoing around the hospital ward where surgeons


Bollywood shocked: Shahrukh Khan's link with Pak ISI exposed

oneindia.in 11 March 2012

Mumbai: Most of the Indians and Pakistanis would be shocked after reading this article as it would reveal a shocking relation between Bollywood superstar Sharukh Khan and Pakistan


American Islamist Groups Mum on Iranian Repression

Right Side News 11 March 2012

In what has become a recurring pattern, American Islamist groups again have turned a blind eye to the misdeeds of the brutal Iranian regime, further calling into question their inconsistent positions


Global hunt for Ulster al-Qaida suspect... but who is the White Widow?

Belfast Telegraph 11 March 2012

The slickly-produced website of the ‘White Widow’s’ old school in Banbridge is headlined with the news that its athletes have just been crowned Northern Ireland cross-country champions. But,


Failed Hostage Rescue Bid: 100 soldiers involved

P.M. News 11 March 2012

SOKOTO, Nigeria — Around a hundred troops, a tank and two helicopters were deployed in a failed hostage rescue bid in northwestern Nigeria in which an Italian and Briton hostages were killed,


The Culture War Over Afghan Women: The Bad News

UN Dispatch 11 March 2012

The culture war over Afghan women is heating up. Just over ten years have passed since the international community overthrew the notoriously misogynist Taliban regime, and Afghan women are again


India Eyes Muslims Left Behind by Quota System

NYTimes.com 11 March 2012

MUZAFFARNAGAR, India — Along the narrow lane known as Khadar Wallah, Muslims and low-caste Hindus have lived side by side for years, bound by poverty, if not religion. Yet recently, Muslims like


Libya Rules Out Visit by British Police to Investigate Lockerbie, Demands Clarification of Blair’s Role as Dictator’s Advisor

Tripoli Post 11 March 2012

Libya's interior minister on 6 March ruled out a visit by British police to investigate the 1988 Lockerbie bombing or the killing of British policewoman Yvonne Fletcher almost two decades


Iran-Hamas Crisis: Iran Accuses Hamas of Relinquishing the Path of Resistance

MEMRI 11 March 2012
By A. Savyon & Y. Mansharo

Hamas Political Bureau head Khaled Mash'al's signing of a February 6, 2012 agreement in Doha to form a national unity government with Fatah, headed by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud 'Abbas,


Female nurses can see women’s genitals at ICU

Emirates 24/7 11 March 2012

The UAE’s top Islamic ruling body has sanctioned the exposure of sensitive parts of the woman’s body to female nurses at intensive care units for the sake of treatment. The Fatwa (Islamic edict)


10 'Tahrir men' held in city

The Daily Star 11 March 2012

Rapid Action Battalion arrested 10 suspected members of banned Hizb-ut-Tahrir Bangladesh at the city’s Mohakhali early Saturday. Rab-1 officials said they seized a huge number of constitutions of


• Tobin Tax: A Problem, not a Solution

EuropeNews 10 March 2012
By Henrik R. Clausen

The Financial Transaction Tax (FTT, somewhat misleadingly called ”Tobin Tax”) proposed by some EU politicians, is neither a cure for the financial crisis nor a rich untapped source of revenue for states.


• Video: Abolish this 2000 year old slavery system!

EuropeNews March 9 2012
By Henrik R. Clausen

Oliver Janich of the German party Partei der Vernunft ("Party for Common Sense") explain how applying free market principles to money as such will give us stable, trustworthy money.


The Most Practical Thing You Can Do About Islam

Citizen Warrior 8 March 2012

SINCE I STARTED Citizen Warrior, I've been trying to find things an ordinary citizen can DO that will actually help defeat the third jihad. ACT! For America (AFA) is the best thing I've found so far. They are organized and they are successfully defeating Islam's relentless encroachment in one of the most important places: In the political arena.


Turkey PM dismisses rumors he has only 2 years to live

Ynetnews 8 March 2012

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday dismissed as "impudent" rumors about his health based on an e-mail released by WikiLeaks claiming that he had only two years to live.


Libya rules out UK visit on Lockerbie

IOL.co.za 8 March 2012
By Dominique Soguel

Libya's interior minister on Tuesday ruled out a visit by British police to investigate the 1988 Lockerbie bombing or the killing of British policewoman Yvonne Fletcher almost two decades


Sarkozy: 'Too many foreigners in France'

EUobserver.com 8 March 2012

BRUSSELS - A combative Nicolas Sarkozy during a TV show on Tuesday (6 March) said there are too many immigrants in France and tried to defend his leadership and economic policy. "Our system of


Jihad By Aggrievement; Submission By Apology

AINA (press release) 8 March 2012
By Diana West

Six U.S. military men have been murdered by Afghan security forces seized by what may be labeled Quran-Burning Rage.

Quran-Burning Rage follows Pastor Jones Rage, which, after a Florida pastor burned a Quran in 2011, seized Afghan Muslims and inspired rioting. Some rioters overran a United Nations outpost and murdered seven U.N. personnel.

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