Norwegian trained by Al Qaeda offshoot in Yemen awaiting orders to attack West, European officials say
Vlad Tepes 26 June 2012
By Bent Falbert
Sweden is about to become a big nation. The number of people has surpassed 9.5 millions. It grew by 500 000 within seven years. Of these, almost 400 000 are owed to immigration, espepcially of somalis, afghans and iraqis.
The demographic explosion continues. That is, a new swedish court verdict means that immigration and family reunions will be facilitated significantly. So far, authorities could reject foreigners without personal papers. But the new verdict prohibits this, because it can be difficult for people in chaotic countries to get documentation.
Video: The Speech the LA Jewish Federation feared you would hear, Pamela Geller at ZOA, Western Division
Atlas Shrugs 26 June 2012
British man facing death penalty in Abu Dhabi after selling undercover policeman less than 300 pounds of cannabis
andrewbostom.org 26 June 2012
By Andrew Bostom
Stalwart Florida Republican Congressman Allen West has written an entry at his official Facebook page on the election of Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed Morsi as Egypt’s first popularly-elected President. With typical, if exceedingly rare, candid insight, West observes,
A year ago there were those of us who warned the Obama Administration of a Muslim Brotherhood takeover in Egypt. We were castigated as alarmists and loose cannons. Today our predictions have come to reality and the ominous specter reminding us of the Iranian revolution is evident…The Muslim Brotherhood claimed they would not run a presidential candidate. Clearly the Arab Spring is nothing more than a radical Islamic nightmare,
Video: Egyptian Cleric Safwat Higazi - Muslim Brotherhood Presidential Candidate Will Liberate Jerusalem
YouTube 26 June 2012
Gatestone Institute 26 June 2012
By Michael Curtis
Imagine if someone suggested that you should read a book that discusses whether or not Norway, or the United States for that matter, should exist. You would be shocked or at least surprised that anyone would want to question the right of a sovereign nation, and a member of the United Nations, to exist. In the case of Israel, however, posing that question does not seem to be out-of-bounds. At any given time, you might hear of or even attend conferences and seminars on that very subject in some American or Western European university.