Attacks on women happen all too often in Canada: lawyer

Montreal Gazette 1 February 2012
By Sue Montgomery, Postmedia News

MONTREAL - For months during the Shafia murder trial in Kingston, Ont., the term honour killing was bandied about as if it were some exotic ritual that only happened in other countries with cultures


Church burns in Macedonia as ethnic tensions flare again

Bikya Masr 1 February 2012

Skopje/Belgrade – A church caught fire in Macedonia late Monday, as underlying tensions between the Slavic and Albanian population resurfaced, more than a decade after the country tottered on


Muslim girl 'attacked by siblings for kissing man'

Independent 1 February 2012
By Martin Halfpenny

A Muslim teenager was kidnapped, imprisoned and had her hair cut off after her siblings saw her kiss a white man, a court has heard. Shamima Akhtar, 18, was bundled into a car, taken home, beaten,


The Middle East, women, sex, and the awful double standard

People of Shambhala 1 February 2012

What to conclude when an Egyptian newspaper is condemned for reporting gang rapes and sexual assaults on women in Tahrir Square? Or that a self-appointed "morality police" now patrols Egypt's streets


Indian artist assaulted over nude paintings

BusinessWorld 1 February 2012

NEW DELHI -- An Indian artist said on Monday he had been beaten up at his gallery by five men over nude paintings of actresses and models that the attackers claimed were an insult to the


Islamic conference issues final declaration in Indonesia

worldbulletin 1 February 2012

Turkish Parliament Speaker Cemil Cicek attended the 7th Conference of the PUIC in Palembang. A final declaration was issued at the end of the 7th Conference of the Parliamentary Union of the


Norway sentences 3 for terrorist plot against Danish newspaper

channel6news online 1 February 2012

A Norwegian court on Monday convicted and sentenced three people for their roles in a terrorist plot to attack a Danish newspaper which caricatured the Prophet Muhammad, officials


Pig’s head found at Rawang mosque

free malaysia today 1 February 2012

RAWANG: A roasted pig head was found at the steps of the Nurul Iman Mosque at Batu 18 here early this morning. While speculation awas rife on the motive of the culprits, police and PKR leaders


Hamas’ Gaza chief begins regional tour, to meet Ahmadinejad, Gulf leaders

Al-Arabiya  1 February 2012

The leader of Hamas in the Gaza Strip, Ismail Haniyeh, left on Monday for a tour of Iran and Gulf states, continuing a diplomatic drive to realign the Palestinian Islamist movement after a year of


Sunni Scholar Sheikh Yousuf Al-Qaradhawi: Islamic Law Should Be Implemented Gradually in Egypt

MEMRI 31 January 2012

Following are excerpts from an interview with Sunni scholar Sheikh Yousuf Al-Qaradhawi, which aired on Al-Nahar TV on January 26, 2012:

To view this clip on MEMRI TV, visit

Yousuf Al-Qaradhawi: "I think [the shari'a] should be implemented gradually. This is a law of the shari'a and a law of nature. […]


Video: Australia: "Under Islamic law we have the right to rape young white girls. They were out drinking, they weren’t...

Winds of Jihad 31 January 2012

AUSTRALIA: "Islamic cultural laws tell us we have the right to rape young white girls because they look like sluts” "He (believes) his Islamic cultural believes gives them a right to rape these girls. They were promiscuous, they were out drinking, they weren’t accompanied, they didn’t wear headscarves….


Denmark: Church Ministry to change name to accommodate Muslims

Jihad Watch 31 January 2012

The Danish Left won the elections September 15, 2011. The first 100 days in power, they managed to break 100 promises. Up to now the only ones who have benefited from the Left's victory are


"Strict Muslim" Kidnapped, Raped four women at knifepoint to "punish them for being on the streets at night" including...

Atlas Shrugs 31 January 2012

Obama say, "Respect it!" Daisy Khan say, "The era of extremism is over!" Jay Leno's wife, Mavis, say, "the koran is more liberal with women than the Bible." Geller say, "He raped her twice despite


The Prime Minister-In-Waiting is on the Muslim Payroll

Islam versus Europe 31 January 2012
By Cheradenine Zakalwe

We all know that the Labour leader Ed Miliband is a joke. Sooner or later he will be replaced by his more personable brother David, who stands a good chance of eventually becoming Prime Minister. It's interesting to note, therefore, that this Prime Minister-in-waiting is already on the Muslim payroll. In fact, he works for two different sets of Muslims: Arabs and Pakis.


Islamists dying for power in Holland 31 January 2012
By Vadim Trukhachev

For the first time in the history of Europe, Islamic organization can participate in the elections. Party For Muslim Netherlands wants to get into parliament in 2015. The Netherlands could become


British Muslims delegation visits Islamabad 31 January 2012

Islamabad: British High Commission hosted a reception in honour of a delegation of British Muslims who visited Pakistan under ‘Promoting British Muslims’ programme. The programme aims at


Norway Terror Plotters Convicted in Oslo

International Business Times 31 January 2012
By Daniel Tovrov

Two terror suspects in Norway were convicted of plotting to bomb a Danish newspaper by an Oslo court on Monday. Mikael Davud, a Norwegian citizen and member of the Uyghur ethnic group, and Iraqi


Human rights: Turkey has highest conviction rate in EU court

ANSAmed 31 January 2012

ANKARA - Turkey was the county with the highest number of European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) convictions in 2011, the third year in a row as Today's Zaman reports. ECHR head Nicolas Bratza said at a press briefing on Thursday that Turkey topped the list of countries that violated the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) with 159 cases.


Islam: Italy, town of Salemi offers to host mosque

ANSAmed 31 January 2012

SALEMI - A major mosque becoming a place of worship for all Muslims in Sicily could be built in Salemi. The proposal has been made by the mayor of the city, Vittorio Sgarbi, to the Emir


Six charged over 'honour' beating with metal rods

The Local 31 January 2012

Six men in Hallsberg, central Sweden, have been charged with the severe beating of a 19-year-old with metal rods at a gym in central Sweden, in an attack police believe to be honour-related.”You


Turkish Police Chief Says Honour-Killed Women Deserve It

Islam versus Europe 31 January 2012
By Cheradenine Zakalwe

Women are partly to blame for Turkey’s ever-rising number of women’s murders, a retired police chief has said in an article for the January edition of the Contemporary Police Journal


Young girls forced into under-age marriages in London

Digital Journal 31 January 2012
By Katerina Nikolas

Islington - The forced marriage of under-age girls is prevalent in many countries, with an estimated 25,000 young girls forced into marriage each day. The issue is becoming an increasing concern in the U.K., and in the London borough of Islington.


Former MI6 officer Sir Mark Allen sued over rendition

BBC News 31 January 2012
By Dominic Casciani

Two men who say they were rendered to Libya with the help of the UK have begun an action to sue one of Britain's most senior former MI6 officers. Libyan dissidents Sami al-Saadi and Abdel Hakim


Afghan family convicted of murdering 4 relatives in Canadian honor killing case

CBS News 31 January 2012

KINGSTON, Ontario - A Canadian jury on Sunday found three members of an Afghan family guilty of killing three teenage sisters and another woman in what the judge described as "cold-blooded, shameful


Turkey: row over statue of naked woman

ANKARA - A controversy has erupted in western Turkey over a statue of a naked woman which has been erected by an association appealing to the secular nature of the republic founded by


Free Speech - For Some

Canada Free Press 31 January 2012
By Frank Gaffney Jr

According to the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), there is a grave threat to America that must be suppressed at all costs. The threat is that Lieutenant General William "Jerry” Boykin might be allowed to exercise his constitutionally guaranteed right to free speech.

This proposition is bizarre on multiple levels. For one, General Boykin, who is a friend and greatly admired colleague of mine, is one of the United States’ most accomplished and decorated military heroes. He served in and led our most elite special forces units for decades, including in many of our most dangerous recent combat operations. He also held a number of senior positions in the intelligence community, including as the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence.


Releasing Terrorists for Peace

FrontPage Magazine 31 January 2012
By Ryan Mauro

The Obama administration is redefining the War on Terrorism as a war on Al-Qaeda, with Vice President Biden going so far as to say that the "Taliban, per se, is not our enemy.” In June, Afghan


Assad's British-born wife and children 'caught trying to flee Damascus' as Syrian rebels blow up key gas pipeline

Daily Mail 31 January 2012
By David Gardner and Lee Moran

Syrian security forces tried to smuggle President Bashar Assad's family - including his British-born wife - out of the country. Rebel forces claim Asma Assad, a graduate of King's College, London


Hamas’ Gaza chief begins regional tour, to meet Ahmadinejad, Gulf leaders

Al Arabiya News 31 January 2012

The leader of Hamas in the Gaza Strip, Ismail Haniyeh, left on Monday for a tour of Iran and Gulf states, continuing a diplomatic drive to realign the Palestinian Islamist movement after a year of


Denying Islamists Federal Security Clearances

Right Side News 31 January 2012
By David J. Rusin

Federal departments and agencies tasked with safeguarding the U.S. must first safeguard themselves against Islamist infiltration. Recent news items about Muslims having security clearances rejected or revoked suggest that at least some government entities are forgoing political correctness and taking this problem seriously. More need to follow suit, but the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is determined to make life difficult for them.

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