Video: A Flotilla of Fools off to Gaza

Arutz Sheva  24 June 2011
By Prof. Phyllis Chesler

How sad to see the duped human rights activists who joined the anti-Zionist diehards on the new flotilla:

Flotilla Watch 2011: Civil Suit Could Result in Seizure of Audacity of Hope

The flotilla is coming, the flotilla is coming. European and North American activists, journalists, and mercenaries have set sail—or are about to do so—on fifteen boats with passengers from twenty-two mainly


Positive reactions to Wilders' acquittal

Expatica 24 June 2011

So far, reactions to Freedom Party leader Geert Wilders’ acquittal on charges of hatemongering and discrimination have been primarily positive. Mr Wilders’ lawyer Bram Moszkowicz said: "We have


Jonathan Kay: Geert Wilders has won an important legal victory for all of us

National Post 24 June 2011
By Jonathan Kay

Geert Wilders is Dutch, not Canadian. And his acquittal this week on hate-speech charges was decided by a court in The Netherlands, not Canada. Nevertheless, his case deserves close scrutiny in our


Bill limiting sharia law is motivated by 'concern for Muslim women'

The Guardian  24 June 2011
By Karen McVeigh and Amelia Hill

Islamic courts would be forced to acknowledge the primacy of English law under a bill being introduced in the House of Lords. The bill, proposed by Lady Cox and backed by women's rights groups and


Wilders Cleared of Incitement Charges

Spiegel Online 24 June 2011

A Dutch court on Thursday acquitted controversial right-wing populist politician Geert Wilders on all charges relating to anti-Islamic statements he made in his films and on the Internet. The court


Acquittal is victory for freedom of speech: Wilders

Expatica 24 June 2011

Dutch far-right leader Geert Wilders hailed his acquittal by an Amsterdam court Thursday on charges of hate speech and discrimination against Islam as a triumph for free speech. "It is not only a


Wilders cleared of inciting hatred of Muslims

Financial Times 24 June 2011
By Matt Steinglass

A Dutch court has acquitted far-right politician Geert Wilders on charges of inciting hatred and discrimination against Muslims, ending a three-year trial that had become a focal point of European tensions over Islam


Analysts Warn 'Arab Spring' May Trigger Oil Crisis

CBN News 24 June 2011
By Erick Stakelbeck

The so-called "Arab Spring" spreading through the Middle East could have unintended consequences that some fear the U.S. is ill prepared for. Specifically, analysts are concerned the following


Islam Buys Out Western Academia

Arutz Sheva  24 June 2011
By Giulio Meotti

It is no wonder that universities are so hostile to Jews and Israel, look at their funding. Founded in 1789 by the Jesuits, Georgetown, the oldest Catholic university in the United States, must


Video: JDL attacked in France by leftists and Muslims

Vlad Tepes 24 June 2011

Below, a video of the events. For clarity, below that is the explanation I was sent by Bad Faun:

LDJ dérouillée à Marseille "bateau Gaza" von pensetouseul

LDJ dérouillée à Marseille "bateau Gaza" by pensetouseul It takes courage to show up at a gathering of Muslims and Leftists with the Israeli flag. Noticed that the French police arrested the three Jews and not the


Dutch Court Acquits Geert Wilders Of "Insulting Muslims”

Weasel Zippers 24 June 2011

Dutch Freedom Party Leader Geert Wilders was acquitted by a court of charges that he made remarks defaming Muslims, ending a three-year prosecution that he described as a bid to restrict his freedom


Muslims Smash American Graves at Mount of Olives

Fox News 24 June 2011

Arutz Sheva reported, via Free Republic: More than a dozen graves at Mount of Olives were desecrated at the Mount of Olives in the last fortnight in what has become a routine of sick


Lady Cox's bill is not so controversial

The Guardian 24 June 2011
By Neil Addison

In Oklahoma when they got concerned about sharia courts they had a constitutional amendment and a furious public debate; in Britain, by contrast, we get a private member's bill in the House of Lords.


Somali Man Sentenced to Prison in Murder Attempt of Danish Cartoonist 24 June 2011

A Danish appeals court on Wednesday sentenced a Somali man to 10 years in prison for breaking into the home of a cartoonist who caricatured the Prophet Muhammad. The Western High Court in Aarhus


Shocker! Churches promoting Islam 24 June 2011
By Michael Carl

Dozens of churches, from Park Hill Congregational in Denver to Hillview United Methodist in Boise, Idaho, and First United Lutheran in San Francisco to St. Elizabeth's Episcopal Church in Honolulu,


Muslim Tory minister says Pakistan's treatment of women fails Islam

The Guardian 24 June 2011
By Nicholas Watt

Pakistan is failing to live up to one of the tenets of Islam which guarantees rights to all women, according to Sayeeda Warsi, the Conservative party co-chairman and minister without portfolio, who


Cyprus bans all sailings to Gaza ahead of flotilla plan

Reuters Canada 24 June 2011
By Michele Kambas

NICOSIA - Cyprus said on Thursday it had banned all sailings to Gaza, serving notice to any pro-Palestinian activists who might use the Mediterranean island as a springboard to challenge


The Importance of Being (Peter) King

Front Page Magazine 24 June 2011
By FrontPage Magazine

Poor Peter. The burdens that come with exposing the problem of radical Islam in America are falling squarely on Congressman Peter King’s shoulders. This is because he, almost single-handedly, has


Reports: Asian-Muslim Gang Forcing British Girls Into Sex Slavery

The New American 24 June 2011
By R. Cort Kirkwood

Muslim sex gangs are collecting English girls on the streets of London and turning them into sex slaves, the Daily Mail recently reported, and  "British" Pakistanis are nearly exclusively responsible for the unspeakable crimes.

The latest trial for such a crime began last week, the Mail reports. Yet this gang is hardly the only one. News reports in the Mail and elsewhere suggest that Muslim-controlled sex slavery is quotidian routine, along with the proliferation of  burqas and marching for Sharia law, in merry old England.


DC cancels Superman’s team-up with Muslim superhero

Seattle Post Intelligencer 24 June 2011
By Nick Eaton

For months, DC Comics had been talking up "Superman No. 712” as an exciting new adventure in which the Man of Steel teams up with a new Muslim superhero, Sharif. Yet when the issue hit newsstands


Muslim Marine Reservist Videotaped Himself Shouting "Allahu Akbar” While ...

Weasel Zippers 24 June 2011

And this is on top of the two men arrested in Seattle today over plans to attack a military recruiting station. But don’t worry, Peter King is still a bigot and a racist for holding hearings on


Muslims arrested in Seattle terrorist plot

Seattle Post Intelligencer 24 June 2011
By Gene Johnson

SEATTLE - The Justice Department says two Muslim men have been arrested in a plot to attack a military recruiting station in Seattle with machine guns and grenades. Seattle resident Abu


Report: Muslim woman sent home from airport job after refusing to remove hijab

Orlando Sentinel 24 June 2011

A Muslim civil liberties group is claiming that a woman who works for Air France was sent home from her job earlier this month after she refused to take off her head scarf. The woman, who works


Burqa a law enforcement problem says Abbott

The Australian 24 June 2011
By Lanai Vasek

TONY Abbott has declared the burqa a problem for law enforcement as the NSW government considers mandatory fingerprinting of those who fail to remove their face veils in criminal cases. Speaking


Pakistan government reduces Christian representation and damages their national identity

Karachi: Dr. Nazir S Bhatti, President of Pakistan Christian Congress PCC said in a statement issued here today by Central Council of PCC that 18th Amendment in constitution of


Geert Wilders has been acquitted; that he went on trial at all is a disgrace 24 June 2011
By Ed West

The trial of Geert Wilders has ended with the Dutch politician acquitted of inciting hatred and discrimination. Wilders faced five counts of hate speech and discrimination for remarks made


After five years of Shalit deal impasse, recent diplomatic moves bring new hope

Ha'aretz 24 June 2011
By Amos Harel and Avi Issacharoff

The fifth year of Gilad Shalit's captivity, which ends today, brought no better news than its predecessors. It had the usual mix of lip service and grand protests - yielding nothing except publicity


Being an Indian in Dubai

Times of India  24 June 2011
By Minakhee Mishra

The 'Odisha Samaj' (community) in Dubai literally brought the fragrance and colors of home to UAE and resurrected a mini-India on 15 April 2011. The function was possible due to the efforts of


Out of Afghanistan: Obama's Plan Reignites German Withdrawal Debate

Expatica 24 June 2011
By Matthias Gebauer

US President Barack Obama's new plan to withdraw troops from Afghanistan has reopened the debate in Germany over when its soldiers should return from the unpopular mission. Foreign Minister Guido


Al-Qaida militants among SIXTY suspects who tunnel out of Yemeni prison as protests grip impoverished country

Daily Mail 24 June 2011

Nearly 60 suspected al-Qaida militants have tunneled their way out of a Yemeni prison in the lawless south, deepening the chaos of a nation where protesters are trying to topple the autocratic

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