Row over Pakistan actress Veena Malik nude 'ISI' photo

BBC News 5 December 2011

A row has erupted over an image of Pakistani actress Veena Malik sporting the initials ISI on her arm, with FHM India insisting it is not fake. It has caused a sensation in Pakistan for both the

 

FIR against Imam for kidnapping girl

IBN Live News 5 December 2011

Bareilly, An FIR was today registered against the Imam of a local mosque for allegedly kidnapping a 18-year-old girl, a senior police official said. The FIR was registered on the

 

Indian Mujahideen targeting tourist areas

Deccan Chronicle 5 December 2011
By Rajnish Sharma

India’s growing tourism industry is now on the radar of the Indian Mujahideen terror outfit, which appears determined to project India being unsafe for tourists. This was why it targeted German

 

Afghan gunmen poured acid on faces of three sisters and their parents... because eldest 'didn't want to marry ageing warlord'

Mail Online 5 December 2011

Afghan gunmen burst into a family home - where they poured acid over the father, his wife and their three daughters - because they stopped their eldest from marrying an ageing warlord. They

 

Girl killed over karo-kari

The Nation 5 December 2011

MIRPURKHAS - A girl who had recently contracted freewill marriage was killed over karo-kari at village Jangi Khan Mewo, taluka Kot Ghulam Muhammad on Saturday. Report said that Samina Rajput, 18,

 

Zakho, Iraqi Islamic extremists attack Christian-owned shops and properties

Asia News 5 December 2011

Baghdad - A group of protesters linked to the Islamic extremist wing, composed mostly of young people, yesterday stormed several Christian-owned shops, a hotel and a beauty parlour. The

 

A Brief History of the CounterJihad (PDF)

Gates of Vienna 3 December 2011
By the Counterjihad Collective, EuropeNews

Over the past few years a transatlantic political and social movement that is now commonly known as the Counterjihad has gained increasing prominence. As it became more mainstream, it attract attention from the legacy media, especially in Europe, where the debate over Islamization has made it to the pages of major newspapers.

 

Video: Robert Spencer in Australia

Vlad Tepes Blog 3 December 2011
Sheik Yer'mami

In this interview with Sheik Yer'mami of Winds of Jihad, Robert Spencer explains the fictional character of the person "Muhammad", the contrast between the religious self-identification of Jews and Christians versus Islamic supremacism, and responds to questions from the audience.

 

Britain: Islam In, Christianity Out

Hudson New York 2 December 2011
By Soeren Kern

A Christian worker in Britain has filed a lawsuit after losing her job when she exposed a campaign of systematic harassment by fundamentalist Muslims.

In a landmark legal case, Nohad Halawi, a former employee at London's Heathrow Airport, is suing her former employer for unfair dismissal, claiming that Christian staff members, including her, were discriminated against because of their religious beliefs.

 

Non-Muslim Muslims and the Jihad Against the West

FrontPage Magazine 2 December 2011
By Bosch Fawstin

My name is Bosch and I’m a recovering Muslim.

That is, if Muslims don’t kill me for leaving Islam, which it requires them to do. That’s just one of the reasons I’ve been writing and drawing against Islam and its Jihad for a number of years now. But fortunately for us, Islam hasn’t been able to make every Muslim its slave, just as Nazism wasn’t able to turn every German into a Nazi. So there is Islam and there are Muslims. Muslims who take Islam seriously are at war with us and Muslims who don’t aren’t.

 

Why We Should Call Ourselves Christians

FrontPage Magazine 2 December 2011
By Mark Tapson

It is a commonplace that one of the principal reasons for the much-discussed civilizational decline of the West is the loss of religious faith, at least in Europe, where multiculturalism and secularism have been elevated to religious status. (This is not to say that America’s religious character also isn’t under assault in ways large and small; witness, for example, President Obama’s absolute omission of any reference to God in last week’s Thanksgiving address, in which the once-and-future community organizer referred to the holiday as a mere "celebration of community”).

 

Muslim Cabbies Disregard Law, Block Traffic in NYC

Moonbattery 2 December 2011
By Dave Blount

Parking rules are for infidels. Muslims obey different laws. In New York, this leads to traffic chaos: If you need to catch a cab, you may want to try the Upper West Side. Some residents who

 

French government hardens immigration stance as elections loom

FRANCE 24 2 December 2011
By Ségolene ALLEMANDOU

As he presented his party’s campaign platform ahead of next year’s presidential and legislative elections, French Interior Minister Claude Gueant laid down the gauntlet to the far right by hardening

 

The Low Countries at Their Lowest

FrontPage Magazine 2 December 2011
By Bruce Bawer

NRC Handelsblad is arguably the most respected newspaper in the Netherlands. Hans Moll was an editor there for twenty years. He is now retired, and has a few things to say about what he experienced

 

Blackpool Mosque: Busted!

Gates of Vienna 2 December 2011

Another victory for Mosquebusters: a planning application for a new mosque has been unanimously voted down in Blackpool, the same northern English town where a young girl was groomed, pimped, killed,

 

Actress 'banned Muslim handymen' over chihuahua worries

The Local 2 December 2011
By Matthew Warren

One of France's most well-known singers and actresses, Marie Laforet, will today appear in a Paris courtroom to defend herself against charges that a job advertisement she placed discriminated

 

Oxford Uni resisted Blair gov. pressure to accept Saif Gaddafi

Digital Journal 2 December 2011
By Katerina Nikolas

Oxford - Saif Gaddafi bought his way into the London School of Economics where he obtained a plagiarized doctorate. It has been revealed though, that prior to his sojourn at the LSE, the British

 

EU tightens sanctions against Iran

Expatica the Netherlands 2 December 2011

The European Union decided Thursday to tighten sanctions against Iran. In response to controversial nuclear activities in the country, the foreign ministers of the EU blacklisted 180 people and

 

Saudis fear there will be ‘no more virgins’ and people will turn gay if female drive ban is lifted

Mail Online 2 December 2011

Repealing a ban on women drivers in Saudi Arabia would result in ‘no more virgins’, the country’s religious council has warned. A ‘scientific’ report claims relaxing the ban would also see more

 

How to Make Sense of the European Union Disaster

British Freedom 2 December 2011
By T.S. Weidler

Everything you need to know to understand the European Union can be discovered by simply glancing at the location of its headquarters. Brussels is in Belgium, which is not a real country, does not

 

Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood rejoicing, in the lead with 40%

ANSAMed.it 2 December 2011

CAIRO - Vote counting is slowly and laboriously continuing in Egypt, causing the announcement of the results for the first round of parliamentary elections to be postponed, but they are expected to

 

Economic Desintegration, Jews and Israel

Tundra Tabloids 2 December 2011
By Manfred Gerstenfeld

In November it became known that the British government is preparing contingency measures for a collapse of the Euro. This includes being ready for the possibility that British travelers can no

 

Aliaa Magda Elmahdy, Egypt's Nude Blogger, Hiding in Fear for Her Life

International Business Times 2 December 2011
By Gianluca Mezzofiore

Aliaa Magda Elmahdy, the Egyptian blogger who stirred a controversy last month by posting pictures of herself naked on Twitter in protest against Islamism, has dismissed rumours that she was beaten

 

Video: Report: Iran Preparing for Final Conflict with Enemies

CBN News 2 December 2011
By Chris Mitchell and Julie Stahl

JERUSALEM -- Iran is ramping up its rhetoric against the United States and Israel after the International Atomic Energy Agency released its report on the Islamic Republic's nuclear program. But Iran sees the report as an excuse for an attack.

 

Police investigate Muslim complaint

Act for America 2 December 2011

Sharia law begins changing a society well before it actually becomes the law of the land. A good example is the self-imposed censorship exercised by most of the American media when they refused to

 

Stop Iran's Mullahs and Support the Iranian People

Family Security Matters 2 December 2011
By Amil Imani

The illegitimate government of the Islamic Republic of Iran is a "quisling” entity that has betrayed its people, its traditions, its glorious pre-Islamic achievements, and is working against Iran’s

 

Al Qaeda confirms it is holding U.S. hostage in Pakistan and demands end of Israeli 'siege' of Gaza and release of prisoners

Mail Online 2 December 2011

Al Qaeda claimed responsibility on Thursday for the kidnapping of a 70-year-old American aid worker in Pakistan in August, and issued a series of demands for his release. In a video message posted

 

Refugee faces deportation after robbery conviction

Toronto Sun 2 December 2011
By Tom Godfrey

A Somali refugee who along with three others robbed a fellow Muslim at gunpoint outside a Toronto Internet bar has been jailed for 18 months and faces deportation from Canada. Removal plans are

 

Israel seeks new friends to counter Islamism

JPost 2 December 2011
By HERB KEINON

Israel is actively looking for friends and allies further afield to counterbalance dramatic Islamic gains in the immediate neighborhood, a senior government official said this week as Islamists

 

JI, Hizb demonstrate against NATO

Pakistan Today 2 December 2011

Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) and banned Hizb-ut Tahrir on Sunday staged separate demonstrations against the NATO attack inside Pakistani territory, resulting in the martyrdom of 24 soldiers. JI Islamabad

 
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