ScrippsNews 15 September 2011
By CLIFFORD D. MAY
For more than 30 years, Bat Ye'or, a refugee from Egypt, has been writing about dhimmis -- Christians and Jews living under oppression in Muslim lands for over a millennium
Now, she has a new book, "Europe, Globalization and the Coming Universal Caliphate," that looks at Muslims living in lands that once were Christian but today call themselves multicultural. She predicts Europe will not remain multicultural for long. She is convinced that Europe, sooner rather than later, will be dominated by Islamic extremists and transformed into "Eurabia" -- a term she has popularized but did not coin. It was first used in the mid-1970s by a French publication pressing for common European-Arab policies.
The Terror Finance Blog 15 September 2011
By Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld
The leading role played by the Muslim Brotherhood in the street and in the Egyptian political system can no longer be denied
The mass demonstrations that continued after the fall of Mubarak’s regime weakened of the military leadership’s power, and led to attacks on the Israeli Embassy in Cairo, and escalation of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
"Europe will have to put up with the arrival of more immigrants and accept diversity.” This is the message of Turkish President Abdullah Gul
Speaking to the Yaroslavl Global Policy Forum, Gul also expressed concern at the rise of anti-immigrant and anti-Islamic sentiment in Europe, and suggested that more needed to be done to combat it. Turkey has a long history of institutionalized discrimination of minorities, although this is a sensitive subject. President Gul himself " reacted angrily” in 2009 when institutional discrimination in Turkey was exposed.
Colonel Gaddafi’s son spent thousands 'cavorting with prostitutes and taking drugs in £11m London mansion'
Seattle: Misunderstander of Islam who tried to drive Marines off road linked to jihad suicide bomb plot at military recr
The Somali jihadist organization al-Shabaab did not exist a decade ago. Today, its success in recruiting and radicalizing Muslims inside the United States has made al-Shabaab "a direct threat to the U.S. homeland," according to an investigative report by the House Homeland Security Committee.
Al-Shabaab, which is affiliated with al-Qaida, is fighting to oust the Transitional Federal Government (TFG), an "interim" regime that has served as the nominal government of Somalia since 2004. The TFG is supported by the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) military force, comprised of approximately 8,000 troops from Uganda and Burundi.
Ninety years after Columbia University imposed quotas on Jewish students; its president along with other university presidents received a letter from a Jewish civil rights organization reminding them of their legal obligation to ensure a safe educational environment for Jewish students.
The quota system that kept Jonas Salk and Richard Feynman out of major universities has long been abolished, but it has been replaced by student checkpoints, violent confrontations and faculty harassment.