"Islamophobia”: An invention of the Muslim Brotherhood

ACT! for America 19 September 2011

Ever wonder where the term "Islamophobia” came from? According to a recent column in FrontPageMagazine, it was invented by the International Institute for Islamic Thought (IIIT), a Muslim

 

Britain's navel-gazing politicians fail to see that they are locked in a battle for civilisation

Daily Mail  19 September 2011
By Melanie Phillips

The world may currently be convulsed by escalating cataclysms, but for British politicians the order of the day is navel gazing as usual. The EU is about to implode, the UK economy is going under,

 

A bad week for Islam in Europe

European Son 19 September 2011

On Friday, France passed a ban on praying in the streets. The ban came in response to the two thousand Muslims that had been gathering regularly in northern Paris, and praying in the streets in

 

Turkey not a Muslim democracy

Toronto Star  19 September 2011
By Sukumar Roy

The statement, "Turkey has flourished as a Muslim democracy,” implies that Islam is the state religion of Turkey. It is not so. Although the current Prime Minister is from an Islamist party, the

 

Swedish security police raid mosque in Goteborg

CBS News 19 September 2011

STOCKHOLM — Sweden's security police say they have raided the administrative office of a mosque in the country's second largest city. Security police spokeswoman Sirpa Franzen says Thursday's raid

 

Swedish Security Police Raid Mosque In Goteborg

OfficialWire 19 September 2011

Sweden's security police say they have raided the administrative office of a mosque in the country's second largest city. Security police spokeswoman Sirpa Franzen says Thursday's raid against the

 

Paper money "utterly haram”

Money Jihad 19 September 2011

Islamic "philosopher” Imran N. Hosein isn’t done talking about the evil of Western paper money. During a live audio linkup from Trinidad to South Africa during Ramadan last year, Hosein lectured a

 

Norwegian held over cartoonist plot

News24 19 September 2011

Oslo - Norwegian police have arrested a suspect who was preparing a deadly attack against a Danish cartoonist behind a controversial caricature of the Prophet Mohammed, a Norwegian newspaper reported

 

Henry Kissinger watches historian Niall Ferguson marry Ayaan Hirsi Ali under a fatwa

The Telegraph 19 September 2011
By Richard Eden

Never usually one to do anything without great fanfare, Niall Ferguson, the bombastic television historian, has quietly married Ayaan Hirsi Ali, the former Dutch MP, who lives under a fatwa after

 

France : 71 Billion Euros - The Cost of Immigration

GalliaWatch 19 September 2011

In my recent article on Marine Le Pen's speech in Nice last week, I expressed my surprise at her claim that the annual cost of immigration in France has reached 70 billion euros. It sounded

 

Praying in Paris streets outlawed

The Telegraph 19 September 2011
By Henry Samuel

Praying in the streets of Paris is against the law starting Friday, after the interior minister warned that police will use force if Muslims, and those of any other faith, disobey the new rule to

 

Finn police arrest 2 on terror suspicion

sky NEWS 19 September 2011

Authorities in Finland have arrested two people on suspicion of financing terrorism and terror recruitment, police said. The detentions were the first known terror-linked arrests in the Nordic

 

Video: Important NEW Video with Danny Ayalon!

haOlam 19 September 2011

Irael´s Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Danny Ayalon explains the historical facts relating to the Israeli Palestinian conflict. The video explains that the reason there is no successful peace

 

Study: Arab Nations Abuse Over 90% of Nepali Migrant Women

AsiaNews 19 September 2011

According to a study by the Foreign Nepali Workers Rescue Center (FNWRC), about 90 per cent of all Nepali migrant women are victims of sexual violence and exploitation. The worst cases are in Arab

 

NYC Islamic center opens community space

SignOnSanDiego 19 September 2011

NEW YORK — The organizers of an Islamic community center and mosque near ground zero are opening a temporary space at the site. The newly remodeled community space on the ground floor of the

 

Libya Islamist takes inclusive stance

Reuters India 19 September 2011
By William Maclean

Tripoli's military commander, an Islamist whose rise to prominence is being watched closely by the West, said on Sunday he wanted to build a democratic "civil state" in Libya in remarks that laid out

 

Erdogan’s secularism or ‘Secularism as Disaster’

Hurriyet Daily News 19 September 2011
By Nuray Mert

The Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is only to be celebrated for being wise and courageous to advise "secularism” and democracy to Egyptians. It was also very good answer to the Turkish

 

Video: Brainwashing the Schoolchildren of Toronto

Gates of Vienna 19 September 2011

As you may recall, back in June a huge controversy developed over the "mosqueteria” at the Valley Park Middle School in Toronto. Not only did the Toronto District School Board allow Islamic prayers

 

Sweden: Asylum agreement to reunite thousands

The Local.se 19 September 2011

Thousands of fragmented Somali families may be reunited in Sweden as early as July 2012 following the first step forward in the development of a common migration policy between the government and the

 

Muslims defy outdoor prayer ban in France

NEW YORK POST 19 September 2011

PARIS -- Hundreds of Muslims defied a French ban on outdoor prayer -- which came into force Friday --and took to the streets and sidewalks of Paris to pray. The French government announced

 

UK troops' 'sweetheart' Cheryl Cole gets death threat from al-Qaida

Newstrack India 19 September 2011

Pop icon Cheryl Cole has become a "prime target" for al-Qaida after she visited the British troops in Afghanistan recently. According to UK-based radicals, the 28-year-old singer has put

 

Acid attacks: 7 women burned in two days

The Express Tribune  19 September 2011

FAISALABAD: A total of seven women suffered acid attacks in the past two days in Faisalabad in separate incidents. According to police officials, a first-year student suffered serious burns

 

Yemen opposition calls for jihad: 26 protestors killed in confrontations with Yemeni security forces

Yemen Online 19 September 2011

After Yemeni opposition announced escalation against Yemeni political regime last week, they called on Sunday the young protestors in Sana'a for jihad as a holy act to change the corrupted regime in

 

Turkey blocks Israeli bid for opening NATO office

Hurriyet Daily News 19 September 2011

Turkish objections have thwarted Israel’s attempt to open a NATO office, says Turkish FM, stressing determination to also keep Israel out of data-sharing after a high-powered US radar system is

 

Turkey set to freeze EU ties if Cyprus gets presidency

Gulf Times  19 September 2011

EU-candidate Turkey will freeze relations with the European Union if Cyprus is given the EU presidency in 2012, Deputy Prime Minister Besir Atalay has been quoted as saying by the state-run news

 

Dutch to ban burkas and 'face covering'

The Province 19 September 2011

The Dutch government agreed Friday to a ban on the burka, the Interior Ministry said, under a deal with the far-right party of antiimmigration MP Geert Wilders. "A general ban on wearing

 

Maldives: Vacation Island Nation Criminalizes Preaching Any Religion Except Islam…

Weasel Zippers  19 September 2011

MALE, September 17 (HNS) — President’s Office has gazetted the controversial Religious Unity Regulation, declaring it an offence to preach a religion except Islam in the Maldives. The

 

Somalia’s Starving Christians Struggle After Beheading

BosNewsLife 19 September 2011
By Stefan J. Bos and Joseph DeCaro

Hungry minority Christians in Somalia faced another struggle Sunday, September 18, after suspected Islamic militants beheaded a Christian convert and foreign aid workers were banned from reaching a

 

Indonesian women rally against official's 'provocative' position

China Post 19 September 2011

Scores of women and children wearing colorful miniskirts and tight leggings gathered in central Jakarta on Sunday, outraged by a public official's comments that provocatively dressed women are to

 

9/11's legacy: Bowing to Shariah

WND.com 16 September 2011
By Diana West

Having passed the 10th anniversary of 9/11, I can now say with certainty that something major was missing from all of the ceremonies, the symbolism and the media coverage. It was something that not only captures the meaning of the attacks themselves, but better defines our response to them than any other single thing. It is the face of the age itself, and it is not Osama bin Laden's.

 
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