Bin Laden's 'right-hand man' Abu Qatada could be free to walk streets of Britain in days

Daily Mail 25 January 2012
By David Richards

A radical Muslim cleric accused of posing a grave threat to Britain's national security could walk free in days, a tribunal has heard. Abu Qatada, once described as 'Osama bin Laden's right-hand

 

Video: Islam - The Religion Of Perverted Sex

Right Side News 25 January 2012
By Barry Shaw

Engaging in their own form of Stockholm Syndrome, most Muslim women publicly defend the very laws that enslave them. They actually justify the evil misogynistic rules of Islam and say it is for the betterment of the Muslim women. Many Muslims claim that "Islam honors women,” just as they claim that Islam is a "Religion of Peace.” The truth however, is just the opposite.

 

Turkey's Erdogan lambasts France on genocide law

Reuters 25 January 2012
By Jonathon Burch and Tulay Karadeniz

Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan attacked the French parliament on Tuesday for passing a "discriminatory and racist" bill which makes it illegal to deny the mass killing of Armenians by Ottoman

 

Could Britain have tried Saif Gaddafi? - on the limits of universal jurisdiction

openDemocracy 25 January 2012
By Geoffrey Bindman

The arrest of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, son of the now deceased Colonel, prompts the question: where should his trial take place? The arrest warrant was issued by the International Criminal Court for

 

The Unlearned Lessons of Daniel Pearl’s Murder

FrontPage Magazine 25 January 2012
By Bruce Thornton

Ten years ago this week, Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl was kidnapped by Islamic terrorists in Pakistan, after he had been lured into what he thought was an interview with Sheikh Mubarak

 

If someone tries to shut you up, talk louder: Rushdie

Rediff.com News 25 January 2012

The raging controversy over author Salman Rushdie's visit to the Jaipur literary festival and the abrupt cancellation of a video link with the writer at the last minute on Tuesday

 

Sharia is good for women, claims Muslim lawyer

The Christian Institute 25 January 2012

"Sharia law itself is inherently positive towards women”, the head of a law firm’s new Sharia division has claimed. The comment coincides with a Bill before Parliament which seeks to tackle the

 

IDF chief warns Hezbollah on overseas terror plots

Haaretz Daily Newspaper 25 January 2012

Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz said on Tuesday that Hezbollah and other terrorist groups are trying to conduct attacks against Israeli targets overseas. "During this

 

Persecution of Christians Rising in Islamic Countries

CBN News 25 January 2012
By Tzippe Barrow

JERUSALEM, Israel -- With Islamists poised to take over governments overthrown during the "Arab spring," Christians and other minorities may soon be subject to Sharia (Islamic) law.

Some say assurance by Islamist groups, such as the Muslim Brotherhood, Salafis, and Ennahda, that non-Muslims would not be mistreated under Sharia is, at best, questionable.

 

Ban burkas for public servants, Muslim group says

The Sudbury Star 25 January 2012
By CHRIS DOUCETTE

TORONTO -- A Muslim group is urging Canada's immigration minister to extend his recent burka ban beyond the citizenship courts. The Muslim Canadian Congress honoured Jason Kenney at a hotel in

 

Egyptian Sheikh: Driving a Chevy is Haram

NOW LEBANON 25 January 2012
By Angie Nassar

"And I think to myself, what a wonderful world..." A Salafi sheikh in Egypt has reportedly issued a fatwa that buying [or driving] a Chevrolet vehicle is haram because the American brand’s logo

 

Video: Texas community concerned about first mosque opening in Longview

Chron.com blog 25 January 2012
By Kate Shellnutt

The Islamic Centre of Longview, Texas, is excited to open the city’s first mosque building, but neighbors are less enthusiastic and voicing their opposition to their plans, CBS affiliate KYTX reported.

 

'Islam Is Islam, And That's It'

Family Security Matters 25 January 2012
By Andrew C. McCarthy

The tumult indelibly dubbed "the Arab Spring” in the West, by the credulous and the calculating alike, is easier to understand once you grasp two basics. First, the most important fact in the Arab world — as well as in Iran, Turkey, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and other neighboring non-Arab territories — is Islam. It is not poverty, illiteracy, or the lack of modern democratic institutions. These, like anti-Semitism, anti-Americanism, and an insular propensity to buy into conspiracy theories featuring infidel villains, are effects of Islam’s regional hegemony and supremacist tendency, not causes of it. One need not be led to that which pervades the air one breathes.

 

Supporters of Taliban peace talks are delusional

The Daily Caller 25 January 2012
By Patrick Knapp

When a YouTube video featuring Marines urinating on Taliban corpses surfaced earlier this month, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta responded quickly and clearly: "I condemn it in the strongest possible

 

Female circumcision fear as fundamentalists roll back women's rights

Sydney Morning Herald 25 January 2012

Maldives women face more repression under a rising tide of religious fundamentalism, reports Ben Doherty from Male. When the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Navi Pillay, visited

 

Hezbollah Comes And Goes

Strategy Page 25 January 2012

Iran backed Lebanese Islamic terror group Hezbollah has been found to have a support operation in Thailand. While local Jewish targets had been studied, Hezbollah was apparently using Thailand mainly

 

Cape Town Muslims demand halaal answers

The New Age Online 25 January 2012

Protesters in Athlone, Cape Town, demanded public access on Tuesday to the processes the Muslim Judicial Council (MJC) follows in declaring meat halaal. The small group, some of whom are People

 

South Africa all set to introduce Islamic Bonds

unmid.com 25 January 2012

Johannesburg: Plans by South Africa’s National Treasury to introduce Islamic bonds are gaining a strong support in the African country, amid expectations the move would help boost the state’s

 

Suspected adviser held

The Daily Star 25 January 2012
By Dr Golam Haider Rasul

A physician of a reputed hospital was arrested from the capital's Uttara in the early hours of yesterday on suspicion of being a policymaker of banned militant Islamist organisation Hizb-ut-Tahrir

 

Immigation does keep Britons out of jobs, government committee admits

Telegraph.co.uk 24 January 2012
By Tom Whitehead

A Briton is "displaced” from the labour market for every four extra migrants from outside the EU that arrive in the UK, the Migration Advisory Committee (Mac) concluded. The report is the first

 

Video: Islam: When Cousins Marry

Kitman TV 24 January 2012
By Frank Kitman

First cousin marriages, though legal in Britain, are a taboo - commonly seen as incest.

Food for thought:

"The practice is most common in Britain's Pakistani community, in which more than 50% of people marry their first cousin, and in Bradford 75% of ethnic Pakistanis follow the tradition."

 

Radical Muslim group to launch TV station

The Local 24 January 2012
By Lyssandra Sears

The Islamic Central Council of Switzerland (ICCS) has announced plans to set up an internet TV channel, while it is also in talks with various companies to provide its members with a Swiss-Muslim

 

French Senate Outlaws Genocide Denial

RIA Novosti 24 January 2012

France’s upper house of parliament, the Senate, passed a bill late on Monday making the denial of genocide a crime punishable by a 45,000-euro fine and a year in jail. The bill that sets the

 

France: Government Bans Domestic Islamist Group

NYTimes.com 24 January 2012
By SCOTT SAYARE

The government has ordered the dissolution of a domestic Islamist group, saying that it was a terrorist organization training its members "for armed combat,” Interior Minister Claude Guéant said

 

France accuses domestic Islamists of training for violence

Expatica the Netherlands 24 January 2012

French Interior Minister Claude Gueant said on Monday he had ordered a domestic Islamist group to disband, accusing it of training its members for "armed struggle". Speaking on a visit to

 

Defense Dept. adviser offers confusing advice

The Crescent News 24 January 2012
By Clifford May

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper has described the Muslim Brotherhood as "secular." Vice President Joseph Biden recently said the Taliban "is not our enemy." According to John Brennan,

 

A Very Dangerous Process

Gates of Vienna 24 January 2012

Our German translator JLH sends his translation of an article from Citizen Times by Marco Pino about the recent controversy in Germany over the writings of Michael Stürzenberger, as well as the shakeup in Die Freiheit and the departure of popular writers from Politically Incorrect.

The translator includes this overview of the situation:

After investigating, I discovered that Michael Stürzenberger’s "research paper,” published in October in PI, caused such an upset that the head of his state branch of Freiheit suspended him from his leadership position. Whereupon he ran for and won a position in the national leadership. At which point Pino and others bailed out, and Pino also left PI.

 

British Muslim Al Qaeda Fighter Aslam Awan Killed In Drone Attack

indiatvnews.com 24 January 2012

London, Two wanted Al-Qaeda leaders killed by U.S. drone attacks are believed to have travelled from Britain to launch terrorist attacks against the West. One, Aslam Awan, studied in

 

Video: The Murder of Muslim Women and Girls by Islamists

Family Security Matters 24 January 2012
By Dave Gaubatz

The United Nations (UN) reports that 5000 Muslim women and girls are killed every year in the name of Islam. The UN uses the term "honor killings.” In reality there are thousands more killed but never reported, or the investigative agency does not realize the death was related to Islamic values. It is very important for readers to know that 91% of honor killings are committed by our so-called friends in Pakistan.

 

Perry was right on Turkey and Islamic terror

Jerusalem Post 24 January 2012
By NITSANA DARSHAN-LEITNER

In the wake of Gov. Rick Perry’s withdrawal from the Republican presidential race, pundits will argue over the reasons for his rise and fall. But one thing is for certain: Perry was the only

 
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