Regime bulldozers pave space for Eurovision

EUobserver 1 March 2012
By Nikolaj Nielsen and Andrew Rettman

Serious human rights violations in Azerbaijan have harmed the image of Europe's yearly festival of camp pop - Eurovision. If Irish twins Jedward or French singer Anggun make finals in Baku in May


The 1,500 Year Old 'Bible' and Muslim Propaganda

AINA (press release) 1 March 2012
By Peter BetBasoo and Ashur Giwargis

Much has been made of the recent discovery in Turkey of a Bible purported to be written in the Aramaic language, 1,500 years ago. The Muslim media, as well as Western media outlets, quickly pounced on this, claiming this Bible contains verses attributed to Jesus Christ, in which Christ predicts the coming of Muhammad. No media outlet has published a facsimile of these verses.


Video: EDL documentary I – My Hometown Fanatics (Stacey Dooley Investigates)

Vlad Tepes 1 March 2012

February saw the broadcast in the UK of two separate in-depth documentaries taking the English Defence League (EDL) as their theme. Long overdue, these programs both shared two particular characteristics. First, an almost allergic unwillingness to square up to or cite the easily-verifiable realities of Islamic doctrine, in any way. Second, an attempt by the respective filmmakers to use both editorializing and film-editing to present a slanted picture often at considerabe odds with the facts.


What Is Right About Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer

FrontPage Magazine 1 March 2012
By Eric Allen Bell

[Editor's note: The article below is written by Eric Allen Bell, a filmmaker who was recently banned from blogging at  the "Daily Kos” because he wrote three articles that ran afoul of the mindset there, specifically naming "” as a "terrorist spin control network.” Don't miss Eric Bell on Frontpage's television program, The Glazov Gang.]

I write this mainly for the benefit of so many of my Liberal friends.  I know you have good hearts, but have been badly deceived by your peers and leaders when it comes to the threat of Jihad, and the character of those few brave individuals, who have had the courage to risk everything, to stand up for liberty and human rights…


Norway professor imposes niqab veto

The Foreigner 1 March 2012
By Michael Sandelson and John Price

Speaking to NRK recently, he quoted a parliamentary decision "that says a teacher may request to see the face of those who are taught. This is to do with covering the face, not hats or religious


RS ignores Bosnian Independence Day

B92 1 March 2012

In the country's second entity, the Serb Republic (RS), today is an ordinary working day. The Federation celebrates March 1, 1992, when 64 of the republic's population voted in favor of separating


Many German Muslims 'refuse to integrate'

The Local 1 March 2012

Nearly every fourth non-German Muslim rejects integration, questions western values and tends to accept violence, according to a study commissioned by the German Interior Ministry and released late


Without nationalism there can be no democracy

Citizen Times 1 March 2012
By Felix Strüning

Jeroen Zandberg is part of the leadership of the UNPO, an organization representing the ethnic groups that are not organized in the United Nations, such as Tibetans. Last year, Zandberg wrote the book The Politics of Freedom, in which he outlined the foundations of our democracy and our striving for freedom in an unconventional way. It is mainly due to the uninhibited view of the Dutchman that he unmasked many concepts, we take for granted, and highlights their true meaning. Citizen Timeseditor in chief Felix Strüning spoke with the author about nationalism, patriotism, multiculturalism, tolerance and its significance for the free society (German version at blu-News).


US mosques grow by 74 percent, survey finds

Bradenton Herald 1 March 2012

WALNUT CREEK, Calif. — The number of mosques in the United States grew by 74 percent in the past decade, and mosques are increasingly found in the suburbs, according to a national survey by a


BBC Chief: Christianity Is Treated With Less Sensitivity Than Other Religions

Mediaite 1 March 2012
By Meenal Vamburkar

Religion is a touchy topic, and more so in the media realm — especially recently. From a New York Times columnist joking about Mitt Romney‘s Mormon faith to Rev. Franklin Graham questioning President


Five Questions for the Mainstream Media on Islam and Jihad

CBN News 1 March 2012
By Erick Stakelbeck

I'm currently wrapping up a report that will air on tomorrow's "700 Club" program about the recent string of successful pressure campaigns orchestrated by the notorious Council on American-Islamic


No Apologies

AINA (press release) 1 March 2012
By Newt Gingrich

President Obama's apologies keep getting more outrageous and more destructive.

They started in the summer of 2008, before he was even elected president. Then-Senator Obama travelled to Berlin to introduce himself as "a citizen of the world,” and said "I know my country has not perfected itself…We've made our share of mistakes, and there are times when our actions around the world have not lived up to our best intentions.”


Egypt: Grand Imam Criticizes EU Negative Attitude 1 March 2012

The Grand Imam of al-Azhar Dr. Ahmed al-Tayyeb met on Tuesday 28/2/2012 with a delegation representing the forewing affairs committee of the British House of Commons. During the meeting, the Grand


Abominable Apologies

Family Security Matters 1 March 2012
By Alan Caruba

I will leave it to the historians to pinpoint when President Obama began to lose the 2012 election, but I think it occurred on June 4, 2009 when he gave a speech at Cairo University as part of his


Islamist 'Arab Spring' Radicals Find Support in the White House (blog) 1 March 2012
By Mindy Belz

The last time we saw one whole despotic region of the world come tumbling down we could name the heroes and the moments that propelled it: An electrician named Lech Walesa, jumping a wall at the


Pakistani Extremist Coalition Leaves Government Impotent 1 March 2012
By Jeremiah Jacques

Thousands of jihadists poured onto Islamabad’s streets on February 20 chanting "death to America,” demanding holy war against the West, and heaping scorn on Pakistan’s government. The gathering


7/7 bomber's widow hunted over plot to attack tourist hotels in Africa

London Evening Standard 1 March 2012
By Martin Bentham and Kiran Randhawa

The widow of a 7/7 bomber is suspected of plotting a terror attack on British targets including tourist hotels in Africa. Samantha Lewthwaite, who was married to King's Cross bomber Jermaine


Erdogan Faces Worse Deal in Sukuk Than Dollar Debt Market: Turkey Credit

Bloomberg 1 March 2012
By Selcuk Gokoluk

Turkey, planning its first sale of bonds that comply with Islamic law, may have to pay about a percentage point more in interest than on bonds sold in dollars that don’t have religious


Obama and the End of American Exceptionalism

American Thinker 1 March 2012
By Steve McCann

America's once-exalted position as the unquestioned leader of the free world has been greatly and deliberately eroded. A nation respected not only for its military and economic might, but more so


Australian players cry foul over FIFA hijab ban

NDTV 1 March 2012

Sydney: Assmaah Helal has broken barriers to reach football's elite, but a controversial FIFA ban on Muslim women playing in the hijab means she may never realise her dream of wearing the Australian


Five injured in explosion outside Islamist office in Istanbul

Istanbul - An explosion outside the Istanbul headquarters of Turkey‘s main Islamist business association, MUSIAD, injured five policemen Thursday. Turkey‘s state TV news channel TRT Haber


In search of the 'Islamic menace' in Bolivia 1 March 2012
By Belen Fernandez

La Paz, Bolivia - Were I transcribing the wet dream of US Foreign Affairs Committee Chair Ileana Ros-Lehtinen - self-appointed bulwark against the alleged Islamo-Bolivarian threat to homeland


United Nations backs hijab in football

Chicago Tribune 1 March 2012
By Brian Homewood

GENEVA - The United Nations has joined the campaign to overturn the ban on the hijab in football four days before the sport's rule makers are due to review the decision. The U.N.


Abducted and forced into a Muslim marriage

Pakistan Today 1 March 2012

KARACHI - Sixteen-year-old Ameena Ahmed (not her real name), now living in the town of Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab, does not always respond when her mother-in-law calls out to her. "Even after a year


Minority MPA says young Hindu girls subjected to gross injustice in Pakistan

News Track India 1 March 2012

Islamabad: A minority Member of the Sindh Provincial Assembly (MPA) Pitanber Sewani has said that the Hindu girls are subjected to gross injustice in the country, and reminded the


Muhammad is the most influential man in history

Citizen Times 1 March 2012
By Felix Strüning

Ali Sina is one of the best known American Islam critics and ex-Muslims. He is a board member of Stop Islamization of Nations (SION) an organization founded by Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller. Sina has enabled thousands of Muslims to renounce Islam. Now he wants to make a film about the life of the alleged prophet Muhammad. Citizen Times Editor in Chief Felix Strüning spoke to him about Muhammad biographies and the dangers of such a film project.


Female genital mutilation (Ireland)

Winds of Jihad 29 February 2012
By Joanne McCarthy

More than 2,500 women and girls living in Ireland are estimated to have undergone female genital mutilation (FGM), according to new research by AkiDwA, a national network of African women living in Ireland.

The number was described as a ‘conservative estimate’ by Sudha Patel of Duke University, North Carolina, who conducted the research. It is feared that the figure is in fact much higher.


Muslim convert widow of 7/7 bomber hunted by police over suspected terror plot in Kenya

Daily Mail 29 February 2012
By Larisa Brown and Chris Greenwood

The widow of one of the July 7 bombers is being sought for questioning by Kenyan authorities about a suspected terror plot. They are hunting a female suspect who escaped when police swooped on


Turkey hails French court overturning Armenian genocide denial law

Christian Science Monitor 29 February 2012

Turkey welcomed on Tuesday a ruling by France's highest court overturning a law making it illegal to deny the killing of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire a century ago was genocide. The court

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