Pak kids taught 'A' for Allah, 'B' for bandook 25 June 2012

London: Citing stark examples from school curriculum, a prominent Islamabad-based scholar has said that extremely religious and anti-India views fed into children in schools


An Iron Curtain Descends on Islamistan

American Thinker 25 June 2012
By James Lewis

"An Iron Curtain has descended over half of Europe" said Winston Churchill's in his historic Iron Curtain speech of 1946. It was ominous news for the West, but millions of people at that time were adult enough to listen. Unfortunately, we do not live in a time for adults today. We have certifiable ignoramuses demonstrating against "capitalism" in the streets, with an equally perverse and ignorant media telling us how wonderful those educated half-wits are.


Video: Jerusalem Dateline

CBN News 25 June 2012
By Chris Mitchell

The victory today by Mohammed Mursi represents a seismic shift in the Middle East. Now a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, the Islamic organization that has spawned most of the terror groups in the world -- including Hamas -- is the leader of the largest and most influential Arab nation in the Middle East.


Brotherhood leaders promise ‘mass rage’ if election result delayed or partial revote ordered

The Times of Israel 25 June 2012
By Elhanan Miller

Officials in Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood warned of a second popular revolution accompanied by "mass rage” if the country’s governing military authorities postpone the announcement of the


Muslim women have right to seek divorce: Muslim seminary

The Times of India 25 June 2012

NEW DELHI: Muslim women, who are victims of domestic violence, have the right to end their marriage by seeking divorce or separation from her husband through 'Khula', the leading Islamic


Mali: Students Flee Sharia In Northern Schools

Eurasia Review 25 June 2012

Strict Sharia, or Islamic religious laws, imposed by the Islamist rebels controlling vast swathes of northern Mali are driving thousands of students out of schools. Dress codes have been


Solving the world's refugee problem

EuropeNews 20 June 2012
By Nicolai Sennels

Pia Prytz Phiri, Regional leader of UNHCR in Baltikum og and Scandinavia, and Andreas Kamm, general secretary of Danish Refugee Help, wants Europe to take more refugees . They think that the refugee debate are being negatively influenced by a populists and by EU countries' wish for national borders. But by letting more refugees into Europe we will actually worsen the problem.


Two French policewomen murdered by Muslim from the Maghreb...

Tundra Tabloids 20 June 2012

The report about the French cop-killer was all over the news this morning, but none of the English-language bulletins mentioned his ethnicity or gave his name. It was necessary to open the


Marseille mega-mosque gets go-ahead

France 24 20 June 2012

A French appeals court granted permission Tuesday for the building of a mega-mosque in the southern city of Marseille that has been touted as a symbol of Islam's growing place in


Germany: "Radical Salafism is Like a Hard Drug"

Gatestone Institute 20 June 2012
By Soeren Kern

German authorities have launched a major crackdown on radical Islamists suspected of plotting against the state.

The move reflects mounting concern in Germany over the growing assertiveness of Salafist Muslims, who openly state that they want to establish Islamic Sharia law in the country and across Europe.


The Forbidding of England

The American Spectator 20 June 2012
By Roger Scruton

I ATTENDED AN ordinary English state school in the late 1950s. In our history lessons we were taught that England is the heart of Great Britain, that Great Britain is the heart of an


European Socialists leader calls on Turkey to respect Cyprus EU Presidency

Famagusta Gazette 20 June 2012

President Christofias is not representing only Cyprus, he is representing the Union in these six months and this has to be respected by Turkey, the President of the Group of Socialists and


Dutch upper house rejects ban on ritual slaughter

Ynetnews 20 June 2012

The Dutch upper house, the Senate, on Tuesday rejected a bill that would have banned the ritual slaughter of animals and had been criticized by both Muslim and Jewish groups. The


Jew Hunting Season Open in France

Gatestone Institute 20 June 2012
By Guy Milliere

France is presently prey to one of the worst waves of anti-Semitism in its history ; this wave is not receding, rather, it is intensifying.

According to the annual report published by the Protection Service of the Jewish community, 2011 was a bad year; 2012 will be worse.

Since the killing of three children and a rabbi in the courtyard of a school in Toulouse on March 19 by Mohamed Merah, the number of attacks against Jews has exponentiated.


Turkish Prime Minister Assaults Women's Rights

Spiegel Online 20 June 2012
By Daniel Steinvorth

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has never been much of a feminist, but women in Turkey are enraged by his latest comments on abortion. Critics say he is trying to distract


Religious schools sprouting in Turkey in wake of contentious reform bill

Hurriyet Daily News 20 June 2012

Some 67 new imam-hatip religious schools have been opened in Istanbul's 39 districts on the heels of controversial educational reforms, private broadcaster NTV reported on its website


Reith Lecture: 'We’re mortgaging the future of the younger generation' 20 June 2012
By Niall Ferguson

Critics of Western democracy are right to discern that something is amiss with our political institutions. The most obvious symptom of the malaise is the huge debts we have managed to


The Rhetoric of Nonsense

Middle East Quarterly 20 June 2012
By Alexander H. Joffe

For nearly two decades the Palestinian Authority (PA) has been denying Israel's right to exist, and a recent "Nakba Day" was no exception. In a Gaza speech on behalf of Mahmoud Abbas, his personal representative made the following statement:

National reconciliation [between Hamas and Fatah] is required in order to face Israel and Netanyahu. We say to him [Netanyahu], when he claims that they [Jews] have a historical right dating back to 3000 years B.C.E.—we say that the nation of Palestine upon the land of Canaan had a 7,000-year history B.C.E. This is the truth, which must be understood, and we have to note it, in order to say: "Netanyahu, you are incidental in history. We are the people of history. We are the owners of history."[1]


Bulgarian Mayor Defends Imam against Radical Islam Charges 20 June 2012

Mustafa Alikanov, Mayor of the southern Bulgarian town of Sarnitsa, has defended a local imam, who, alongside 12 other people was charged Monday with preaching radical Islam. According


Shrinking Europe

Dry Bones Blog 20 June 2012
By Yaakov Kirschen


Bulgaria's Muslim community vexed at Islamist accusations

Focus News 20 June 2012

Sofia. Bulgaria's Muslim community on Tuesday protested against accusations that 13 of its prominent members, including clerics and teachers, were propagating radical Islamist ideas, AFP


Death of a Muslim Honor Killer

FrontPage Magazine 20 June 2012
By Daniel Greenfield

In 1992, Abdul Awkal, a Lebanese Muslim, met up with his wife and her brother at the Family Conciliation Office in the sprawling Lakeside Courthouse. Awkal’s wife had filed for divorce


Fort Hood jihad mass-murderer planning to claim he is being persecuted for being Muslim

Jihad Watch 20 June 2012

Even this jihad mass murderer is demanding special accommodation and claiming victim status. "Judge considers delay in Fort Hood suspect's trial," from The Associated Press, June 19 (thanks


A Year of Bombs and Silence

FrontPage Magazine 20 June 2012
By Faith J. H. McDonnell

For twelve months the Nuba Mountain people of Sudan’s South Kordofan State have been under genocidal attack by Sudan’s National Congress Party (NCP) government, the Islamist regime of


1967: "Jews would become fish food"

Elder of Ziyon 20 June 2012

In an article in Al Wasat (Bahrain), an Egyptian talks about how he feels thatthe events happening in Egypt today are like a second "naksa" [setback] - comparable to Egypt's defeat by


As Islamic School closes, Board looks to community for next steps

Central District News 20 June 2012
By Tom Fucoloro

Facing low enrollment, the Islamic School of Seattle at 25th and Cherry is closing. Now the school must reflect on the community it has created since its founding in 1980 and explore


Chopping Heads Off Is Nothing New For Islamic Fundamentalists

Global Grind 20 June 2012
By Garvey Ashhurst

Women are the most beautiful creation God has given this planet. In spite of society’s superficial standard of attractiveness, real women consistently show their beauty through their inner


Zayn Malik accused of 'pimping Islam'

Winnipeg Free Press 20 June 2012
By Bang Showbiz

One Direction's Zayn Malik has been accused of trying to convert young fans to Islam. An anti-Islam commentator has warned parents to "keep their daughters away" from the band. In her


Convert from Islam in Sudan loses wife, children 20 June 2012
By Simba Tian

A year ago Mohammed Khidir Khalil was glad his family had obtained refugee status in Egypt after fleeing Islamic hostilities in Sudan. The 38-year-old Christian was also heartened that


Egyptian Election: Islamist Victory or Deceptive Strategy

FrontPage Magazine 20 June 2012
By Raymond Ibrahim

Has anyone stopped to ask where the headlines "Muslim Brotherhood Wins Egypt’s Presidential Election!” originate? They come, of course, straight from the Muslim Brotherhood and its

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