Targetting Darwish

FrontPage Magazine 11 October 2011
By Daniel Greenfield

The recent conviction of the Irvine 11 was a reminder of how far the campus arms of the Muslim Brotherhood will go to silence dissenting speakers. For all their protestations during the trial, they don’t believe in free speech, what they believe in is a monopoly on campus speech.

Nonie Darwish, an ex-Muslim and an informed critic of Islam, has had her talks assailed by Brotherhood campus affiliates numerous times. In 2009, at Seattle University members of the Muslim Students Association did their best to disrupt a speech by Darwish.

 

French Suburbs Becoming 'Separate Islamic Societies'

Hudson New York 11 October 2011
By Soeren Kern

France's decrepit city suburbs are becoming 'separate Islamic societies' cut off from the state, according to a major new study that examines the spread of Islam in France.

Muslim immigrants are increasingly rejecting French values and identity and instead are immersing themselves in Islam, according to the report, which also warns that Islamic Sharia law is rapidly displacing French civil law in many parts of suburban Paris.

 

Video: 9/11 Reflected

dianawest.net 11 October 2011
By Diana West

On September 8, 2011, I joined Peter Brookes, Senior Fellow for National Security Affairs at the Heritage Foundation and John David Lewis, Visiting Associate Professor at Duke University at the National Press Club to discuss the tenth anniversary of 9/11 on a panel titled "The Islamist Threat: From Af-Pak to Jyllands-Posten and Times Square." The event was moderated by Elan Journo, Fellow and Director of Policy Research at Ayn Rand Center for Individual Rights. My segment begins around the 27 minute mark.

 

Major Swiss Companies Submit to Islam: Remove Cross-Shaped Swiss Flag from Their Products

Atlas Shrugs 11 October 2011

Switzerland's leading companies have removed Switzerland's cross-shaped flag from their products for the Islamic market. Swatch, Tissot and Victorinox logos, as iconic of their brand as NIKE"s check

 

Hertz suspends Muslim shuttle drivers

ACT! for America 11 October 2011

Once again we witness a group of Muslims demanding special accommodations not afforded to anyone else. In the MSNBC story below (highlights added), we read that Hertz suspended Muslim shuttle

 

Video: Forced marriages could become a criminal offence under new immigration plans

Telegraph.co.uk 11 October 2011
By James Kirkup

Mr Cameron announced he was making it a criminal offence to breach an order issued by the courts to prevent a forced marriage and he has asked Home Secretary Theresa May to consult on whether the practice should be made an offence in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

 

Video: Germany's Political Correctness Losing Grip on Culture

Christian Broadcasting Network 11 October 2011
By Dale Hurd

COLOGNE, Germany -- America has plenty of political correctness, but nothing like Germany, where political correctness has ruled the culture. But there are signs things are changing. Eva Herman was once Germany's face on the nightly news. She was voted Germany's favorite television news anchor in 2003.

 

Swedish work permit rules 'misused': minister

The Local.se  11 October 2011
By Peter Vinthagen Simpson

The Swedish law on labour migration is being used as a means to access other EU labour markets with hundreds of migrants recently travelling onwards within the Schengen area without even passing

 

Malmö mayor: time to try 'temporary' citizenship

The Local.se  11 October 2011

Social Democrat Malmö mayor Ilmar Reepalu's proposal to combat criminality by deporting new Swedish citizens who commit serious crimes has been slammed by party colleagues as "pure racism".On Friday,

 

Why the UK must criminalise forced marriage.

The Commentator 11 October 2011
By Hannah Stuart

In a speech on immigration today, Prime Minister David Cameron announced plans to criminalise forced marriage, a move that is likely to have a strong impact on tackling the wider issue of

 

"Migration enriches society”

Radio Netherlands 11 October 2011

Immigration Minister Gerd Leers argues that "Migration enriches our society.” The minister made his statement in an article published in a magazine from the Christian democratic CDA’s scientific

 

Muslims Kill Dogs in Spain, Push Germany to Spy on "Islamophobes"

The New American  11 October 2011
By R. Cort Kirkwood

Muslims are suspected of poisoning dogs in Spain because of the Islamic teaching that such pets are unclean, according to a report from Soeren Kern, an analyst with the Strategic Studies Group based

 

Erdogan’s call to Islamic scholars

Hurriyet Daily News 11 October 2011

The truck bombing in Mogadishu last week that killed at least 60 people and was later claimed by the al-Qaeda-linked al-Shabab militant group, has touched an angry nerve in Prime Minister Recep

 

Nineteen thousand Pakistanis killed in terrorist attacks: Marc Grossman

Pakistan Today 11 October 2011

WASHINGTON - USA special representative for Pakistan and Afghanistan Affairs, Marc Grossman has admitted that number of Pakistani civilians killed in terrorist attacks since 2003, is just enormous at

 

Global Finance Magazine honors Genocide’s Bankers with an Award

Shariah Finance Watch 11 October 2011

From the "what the heck were they thinking?” category comes the news that the New York-based Global Finance Magazine has bestowed an honor on the Islamic Republic of Sudan’s Al Salam Bank. The

 

Our World: The forgotten Christians of the East

Jerusalem Post 11 October 2011
By CAROLINE B. GLICK

On Sunday night, Egyptian Copts staged what was supposed to be a peaceful vigil at Egypt’s state television headquarters in Cairo. The 1,000 Christians represented the ancient Christian community of

 

'Islamophobia' Defense Succeeds for Shooter of Aussie Cop

Islamist Watch 11 October 2011
By David J. Rusin

An Australian Muslim was acquitted of attempting to kill or grievously injure a police officer, based in part on the judge's decision that a vague and unsubstantiated "anti-Muslim feeling in the

 

EU to warn Turkey over threats

defencegreece.com 11 October 2011

The European Commission is expected to address a warning to Turkey in connection with its threats against offshore gas exploration by Cyprus. The warning is part of a draft report on Turkey’s

 

Top Dutch MP slams Turkey's 'belligerence' against Israel

Jerusalem Post 11 October 2011
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL

BERLIN – Wim Kortenoeven, a prominent Dutch MP and Middle East expert, blasted Turkey’s government for its jingoistic policies toward Cyprus and Israel on Sunday at a meeting of the Organization for

 

Parents believe their ethnically Turkish children disadvantaged

The Local.de 11 October 2011

Most parents of ethnically Turkish children in Germany say they are dissatisfied with the way their kids are being educated, according to a survey seen by Der Spiegel magazine. The survey of 1,256

 

Al-Qaida group in Yemen confirms death of US-born militant

Sacramento Bee 11 October 2011
By ALEXANDRA ZAVIS

LOS ANGELES -- Al-Qaida's affiliate in Yemen has confirmed the death of U.S.-born Muslim cleric Anwar al-Awlaki in a U.S. drone strike last month, according to a statement posted Monday on militant

 

Egypt Church Slams Authorities for Allowing Repeated Attacks on Christians

Fox News 11 October 2011

CAIRO – Egypt's Coptic church blasted authorities Monday for allowing repeated attacks on Christians with impunity as the death toll from a night of rioting rose to 26, most of them Christians who

 

Wisconsin: Muslim attacks man with tire iron, claims insulted Islam

Creeping Sharia 11 October 2011

WAUSAU, Wis - A man was attacked on Wausau’s east side on Friday afternoon during a reported argument over religion. Witnesses to the attack in the 600 block of Jefferson Street say a man got

 

UK plans tougher rules to cut immigrants from Indian sub-continent

The National 11 October 2011

LONDON // Major proposals to change UK immigration policies yesterday, designed to substantially reduce the number of legal immigrants, were unveiled by the British prime minister, David

 

Another adherent to radical Islam welcomed by the Guardian

CiF Watch 11 October 2011

Riazatt Butt, CiF’s Religious Affairs correspondent, pens a weekly column called "Divine Dispatches” in the Belief Section of CiF, which represents a round-up of sorts on religious news in the UK

 

European Union hails Syria opposition group

Telegraph.co.uk 11 October 2011

A statement agreed by EU foreign ministers in Luxembourg welcomed moves by Syria's political opposition in Syria to unite and urged the international community to do likewise. "The EU notes the

 

Hizbullah Mulls Attacking Israeli Gas Interests

Israel National News 11 October 2011
By Gavriel Queenann

A Lebanese strategic analyst close to Hizbullah warned on Monday the terror group will strike Israeli gas-exploration interests if Tel Aviv continues drilling in the Tamar and Leviathan gas

 

Police tackle 40 percent of youth gangs

Expatica 11 October 2011

In the past few months, the police have taken action against 40 percent of the nation’s youth gangs. Justice Minister Ivo Opstelten says this does not mean that the gangs have been rounded up, but

 

Banned Islamists rally in full view in Pakistan's capital

MiamiHerald.com 11 October 2011
By SAEED SHAH

ISLAMABAD -- A large crowd of Islamic militants rallied this week in the heart of Islamabad to voice support for Pakistan's army and to condemn the United States in another sign of a growing tide of

 

Salafi-linked violence used to influence Tunisia polls

The National 11 October 2011
By John Thorne

TUNIS // Their numbers are small and their opinions marginal. But in the charged atmosphere of Tunisia's election countdown, violence involving Salafi Muslims shows they could be a factor in the

 
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