FEMEN Protest Islam Oppression of Women in Paris

Cryptome.org 31 March 2012

Topless activists of the Ukrainian women movement Femen hold placards as they protest against anti women's politic of Islam on March 31, 2012 in front of the Eiffel tower at the Trocadero in Paris. The idea of protest is to call muslim women to fight againsts Sharia laws.


• Liveblogging: EDL/DDL Demonstration in Aarhus *UPDATED*

EuropeNews 31 March 2012

Liveblogging from Aarhus/Møllepark::

17:28, Antifa Twitter: 10-15 antifascists arrested at Museumsgade following the EDL/DDL attack a few minutes ago

(Editors note: It was reported by Danish television that a large group of Antifa forces had tried to break the police barrier, that this is the true reason for the arrests. No mention of National socialists anywhere, nor any assault direct against Antifa forces.)

17:30: Danish television reports that a total of 29 persons from the attackers have been arrested by the police. One police officer has suffered injuries from the Antifa missiles.

It is now reported that another 50 from the attacking forces have been arrested by the police. Antifa/immigrants have been attacking police as well.


The Toulouse Massacre, Why Did It Happen

Gatestone Institute 30 March 2012
By Mudar Zahran

Last week, Mohammed Merah, a Muslim-Frenchman killed three Jewish children and a rabbi at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. Merah reportedly held one little girl, Myriam Monsonego, by her hair to


French School Targeted by Gunman Gets Hate Mail

VOA 30 March 2012

The French Jewish school where a gunman killed three children and a teacher this month has been receiving hate mail since the attack. French authorities said Wednesday they had launched an


Video: France arrests suspected Islamists in dawn raids

France 24 30 March 2012

French elite police arrested at least 17 people in connection to suspected militant Islamist circles during dawn raids in several cities across the country Friday, including Nantes, Toulouse and in the Paris region.


Islamophobia as a political ploy

The Guardian 30 March 2012
By Usman Ahmedani

Consider the case of a controversial cartoon. Not the notorious Danish cartoons, but a cartoon published in the New York Post last month. A response to revelations that emerged in February about the


Swedish "Youths” at it Again

Gates of Vienna 30 March 2012

This post isn’t officially designated as cultural enrichment news, based as it is on an article from the Swedish MSM. The national media in Sweden are always fastidious about anything that might hint


French nuclear physicist accused of plotting attacks with Al Qaeda goes on trial

Fox News 30 March 2012

PARIS – A former nuclear physicist went on trial in Paris on Thursday on accusations of plotting attacks with the North African wing of Al Qaeda. But his defenders say he only sent some angry emails


Letchworth taxi driver cautioned after refusing Stevenage blind man’s guide dog

The Comet 30 March 2012
By Nick Gill

A TAXI driver who refused to take a blind man’s guide dog could have his licence revoked if he commits another offence. Abdul Hasan, who works for Gary’s Taxis in Letchworth GC, has been given 10


Cyprus, Honour Killings and Kurdish Rights - Turkey's Shame

AINA (press release) 30 March 2012
By Marina Yannakoudakis

While, I am ready to one day welcome Turkey as a member of the European Union, the country still has a long way to go before it meets the necessary criteria to join the EU. Turkey is a modern,


Jailings for racism on Twitter? Britain's forgotten fight for free speech

The Commentator 30 March 2012
By Jacob Mchangama

In 1742, David Hume could write, "Nothing is more apt to surprise a foreigner, than the extreme liberty, which we enjoy in this country, of communicating whatever we please to the public, and of


Tunisia: crossroads of fanatical preachers and jihadists

ANSAmed 30 March 2012

TUNIS - For more than twenty years the gates of secular Tunisia defended by Zine El Abidine Ben Ali were shut to those who wanted to make a banner of Islam. But the fall of the dictator


Turk police fire tear gas at "Islamic" schooling protest

TrustLaw 30 March 2012
By Mert Ozkan

ANKARA - Police fired water cannon and tear gas at a crowd of several thousand demonstrators protesting for a second day in the Turkish capital on Thursday against an education


"Islam Endangers Britain”

Gates of Vienna 30 March 2012

Ed West is a British columnist who writes regularly for The Telegraph. He is no progressive, and has always seemed sympathetic to our — i.e. the "Islamophobic” — viewpoint. Thus it came as a


Ethnic violence belies Balkans peace

Christian Science Monitor 30 March 2012
By Andrew MacDowall

More than a decade after the conflict in the Balkans was brought to an end, a spate of violent incidents in the southern Balkans show that the ethnic and national tensions that erupted so


Blazing Qur'ans and the Deception of Muslim Contrived Indignation

AINA (press release) 30 March 2012
By David Meir-Levi

In February of this year, American troops burned copies of the Qur'an at an army base in Afghanistan. Western media were immediately abuzz with the Muslim response: massive riots causing the deaths


France bans 4 foreign imams from Muslim conference

AGI News On 30 March 2012

Paris - The French government has banned entry to four Muslim preachers for the congress of the UOIF. The Union of Islamic Organisations of France is holding its conference in Le Bourget 6 to 9


Why the West is Best: A Muslim Apostate's Defense of Liberal Democracy

American Thinker 30 March 2012
By Andrew E. Harrod

Why the West is Best: A Muslim Apostate's Defense of Liberal Democracy. By Ibn Warraq. New York: Encounter Books, 2011. 286 pp. $23.95. The pseudonymous ex-Muslim Warraq has turned his broad


Anti female genital mutilation sessions for men in Bristol

BBC News 30 March 2012

Sessions to encourage men to help stop female genital mutilation (FGM) will be held in Bristol, it is hoped. Campaign group Daughters of Eve has started hosting workshops for men in London after


'You know what men are like': Indonesia to ban mini-skirts over links to rape

Sydney Morning Herald 30 March 2012
By Michael Bachelard

Indonesia's powerful religious affairs minister believes that mini-skirts are pornographic and should be banned under the country’s tough new anti-porn laws. Minister Suryadharma Ali has been


Hindu Girls Targeted in Coerced Conversions

IPS 30 March 2012
By Zofeen Ebrahim

KARACHI- Bharti, a 15-year-old Hindu girl living in the Lyari area in Karachi, left home for her sewing class last December, never to return. Three days later, her father Narain


'The New Nazis' (IslamoNazis)

libertynewsonline.com 29 March 2012
By Daniel Greenfield

The new Nazis kill them right in the cities. And the killing will not stop until the Muslim occupation of Europe comes to an end. There was a time when Jewish children were hunted down and killed


France's Muslims: Integration Or Alienation

International Business Times 29 March 2012
By Palash R. Ghosh

These are indeed momentous and troubling times from France's Muslim population. Hailing from such countries as Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia and elsewhere, France's Muslim community numbers some


Italy seizes $1.5 billion of Kadhafi family assets

Zawya 29 March 2012

ROME - Italy on Wednesday seized more than 1.1 billion euros ($1.5 billion) of assets controlled by the Libyan dictator Moamer Kadhafi's family including stakes in top companies,


Muslim-Turks seek to officially rename section of German city "Little Istanbul" Continue reading on Examiner.com Muslim-Turks se

Examiner.com 29 March 2012
By Timothy Whiteman

Despite the Protestant Evangelical Church in Germany claiming that ethnic Turks residing in the southwestern German city of Mannheim have "become more or less integrated," there is a move afoot to


The 'global mufti' Sarkozy barred from entering France

FRANCE 24 29 March 2012

Millions of fans around the world follow his teachings and edicts on television and the Internet. But following the Toulouse attacks, controversial Egypt-born cleric Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi has been


What is to be Learned by the Terror of Toulouse

The Cutting Edge 29 March 2012
By Erick Stakelbeck

Mohammed Merah, the 24-year-old French Algerian jihadist who murdered three French paratroopers, three Jewish schoolchildren, and a rabbi during a week-long terror spree, has been killed by police in a firefight after a 30-hour siege at his apartment in Toulouse.


French reveal loathing for 'violent' suburban youth

The Local 29 March 2012
By Clea Caulcutt

Nearly 60 percent of the French say they distrust youth from the 'banlieues', France's impoverished, immigrant-dominated suburbs, according to a new survey that has laid bare the country's


Boom in immigrants on incapacity pensions

Politiken 29 March 2012
By Julian Isherwood

While the number of ethnic Danes on incapacity pensions has dropped considerably over the past 20 years, the number of non-westerners has increased dramatically. Since 1990, the number of


Erdogan's Turkey: A Rule More Ruthless

AINA (press release) 29 March 2012
By David Gardner and Daniel Dombey

His pictures and posters are these days almost as ubiquitous as those of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, founding father of the modern Turkish nation. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has come to tower over the country's

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