Tundra Tabloids 28 October 2011
By Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff
Note: The liveblogging is now complete, no further updates.
Under the headline Confronting Intolerance and Discrimination Against Muslims in Public Discourse, OIC and other Islamist groups are trying to leverage the OSCE to gain protection against criticism of Islam and the acts of Islamist movements. Our reporter ESW is on the spot analyzing how this discrimination based on religion is to be brought about. Read on for strange assertions such as "Islamic anti-Semitism doesn't exist".
Download the BPE / ICLA paper submitted to OSCE here.
Statement delivered by ESW appended below.
Gates of Vienna 28 October 2011
By Peder Jensen, a.k.a. Fjordman
Fjordman published an article today in the Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet. Below is an English translation by Henrik Rader Clausen, which was posted in a slightly different form earlier today at Tundra Tabloids.
guardian.co.uk 28 October 2011
A Massachusetts man accused of supporting militants traveled to Yemen for terrorism training and translated Arabic messages to help further al Qaeda's cause, prosecutors said in Boston federal court on Thursday.
Family Security Matters 28 October 2011
By The Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Report
Israeli Muslim Brotherhood Leader Loses U.K. Deportation Case
U.K. Jewish media is reporting that Israeli Muslim Brotherhood dear Raed Salah has lost his deportation case and is now subject to deportation. According to the report:
Jihad Watch 28 October 2011
By Raymond Ibrahim
Tunisia, where the 2011 Arab uprisings began, remains an ominous model for where these uprisings will end.
The nation’s first round of elections are in, and, as expected, the Islamist party, al-Nahda, won by a landslide, gaining over 40% of the seats in the national constituent assembly. As usual, the mainstream media, interpreting events exclusively through a Western paradigm, portrayed this largely as a positive development.
I apologize for my amateurish video-making efforts above, but I wanted to give you a sense of what it is like to stroll the streets of Srebrenica. Today, of course, Srebrenica is almost synonymous with pain and horror, but it was once one of the most prosperous towns in Bosnia.
Turkish nationalists paraded loudly through the streets of Saint-Etienne on Saturday night in protest against attacks by the Kurdish PKK (Kurdistan Workers' Party) on Turkish soldiers in the province of Hakkari, in which 26 Turks were killed.