Morocco: voting in Rabat's Medina, 'backing Islamists' 28 November 2011

RABAT, AT 10:30 a.m. there was a small number of voters coming and going at the Tawhibe elementary school, which houses one of the five voting stations in Rabat's Medina for the


Scarred and scared, these Pakistani Hindus seek refuge in India

Deccan Herald 28 November 2011

Sitting hunched with his face cupped in his hands, 42-year-old Shobhamal dreads going back to Pakistan's Sindh province where he has earned the status of a pariah and ''bore the brunt of being a


Radical Islam Passing through Greece

Defence News form Greece and Cyprus 25 November 2011
By Ioannis Michaletos

Greece is an E.U., NATO and Eurozone country that has traditionally strong links with the Islamic world due to the geographical proximity with the Middle East and North Africa and the Ottoman rule that lasted four centuries, along with numerous historical encounters with Islam since the Middle Ages.

Currently the country faces a debt crisis that, apart from its obvious disastrous financial consequences both in a domestic and in a global scale, also raises security concerns related to terrorist networks of Islamist origin.


Angry face of far-right protest prepares to storm local elections

The Independent 25 November 2011
By Kevin Rawlinson

The English Defence League plans to field candidates for the first time in local elections after an alliance is finalised between the far-right group and the British Freedom Party, which was set up by disgruntled members of the British National Party.

Senior figures said that the EDL, which has become known for its protests in English towns with Muslim populations, needed to "detoxify" its name by moving into politics with an existing party. Their new partners hope to capitalise on the EDL's ability to mobilise a large number of supporters.


Turkish goon PM Erdogan apologizes for 14 000 turkish government inflicted murders

Tundra Tabloids 25 November 2011

14 000 down, 1.5 million to go

This is a first admission of its kind by a Turkish head of state, with a long line of many that should follow...but never will.


Islamic Apartheid: Mecca and Medina

Family Security Matters 25 November 2011
By Alan Kornman

According to Saudi Arabian Law it is illegal for any non-Muslim to step foot in the cities of Mecca and Medina. In Medina however, non-Muslims are allowed to enter the Sheraton hotel on the outskirts of town. The Islamists allow a man made exception in their divinely inspired Shariah for the Sheraton Hotel Corporation, yet they make no exception for anyone else.


Giving thanks in a dark time

Jihad Watch 25 November 2011

In a precursor to Thanksgiving Day, on March 23, 1798, President John Adams proclaimed a national Day of Fasting and Humiliation, set for the following May 9. It was a dark time. His proclamation read:

As the safety and prosperity of nations ultimately and essentially depend on the protection and the blessing of Almighty God, and the national acknowledgment of this truth is not only an indispensable duty which the people owe to Him,


Video: Ignoring the Warning Signs

Gates of Vienna 25 November 2011

The trial of Mohammad Shafia has been big news in Kingston, Ontario for the last several weeks. Mr. Shafia is accused, along with his current wife and his son, of the "honor killing” of his three daughters and their mother, his ex-wife.


Belgian Jews in Shock over Beating of 13-Year-old Girl

Israel National News 25 November 2011
By Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu

Five Muslim Moroccan girls in Belgium beat a 13-year-old classmate, called her a "dirty Jew” and told her to "return to your country.” The girl, Oceane Sluijzer, has filed a complaint with police


Language to play key role in new immigration law

The Local 25 November 2011
By Meritxell Mir

Non-EU workers and their relatives will have to prove knowledge of one of Switzerland's national languages if they want to stay in the country. Immigration permits for non-European Union citizens


Muslims Stone Catholic Festival-Goers in France

Islam versus Europe 25 November 2011
By Cheradenine Zakalwe

Muslims have attacked Christians attending a Catholic celebration in southern France. The Joyeuse Union Don Bosco [Joyous Union Don Bosco] takes place in Nîmes, at the Sanctuary of Our Lady the


Clueless in Washington: Getting Iran Wrong

Global Politician 25 November 2011
By Arash Irandoost

In a shocking interview with VOA’s Persian News Network (PNN), the Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton provided a window to Obama administration’s fallacious, misguided and resultant policy on


Couple shot in 'honour killing' 25 November 2011

A young couple have been shot dead in Pakistan in a suspected honour killing. Saif Rehman, 31, who lived in Glasgow, and his wife Uzma Naurin, 30, from New York, are said to have been targeted in


The Self-Destructive Insanity of Pro-Palestinian Gay Activists

FrontPage Magazine 25 November 2011
By Bruce Bawer

On November 22, the New York Times ran an op-ed by the radical leftist lesbian Jewish playwright Sarah Schulman which did a great public service – it provided a perfect illustration of the utter


Court Refuses to Free Scribes

Hudson New York 25 November 2011

An Istanbul court refused to release arrested journalists Ahmet ªik and Nedim ªener, as well as 12 other suspects, in the first hearing of an alleged coup plot case Monday. Fourteen suspects,


Community rift over undercover police in mosques

BBC News 25 November 2011
By Rahila Bano

Relations between the Muslim community and Greater Manchester Police are being strained after officers infiltrated mosques. Some Islamic groups have told the BBC Asian Network that they are angry


Arab foreign ministers say all of Jerusalem is "occupied"

Elder of Ziyon 25 November 2011

The Council Arab Foreign Ministers warned Thursday against Israel's plan to hold the first conference of the World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe in occupied Jerusalem on November


Muslim that bashed his wife fears he will now be bashed

Herald Sun 25 November 2011
By Mark Dunn

A DEVOUT Muslim fears violent retribution for getting drunk and bashing his wife, a court heard yesterday. Waleed Almazyad, who is sponsored by the Saudi Arabian Government to study accountancy in


Hamas reiterates: It will continue to fight Israel, unity or not

Elder of Ziyon 25 November 2011

Salah Bardawil, a member of Hamas' political bureau who helped arrange today's much heralded "unity" meeting with Mahmoud Abbas in Cairo, has reiterated that no matter what, Hamas is not changing its


Male nurse sues after firing for treating Muslim women

The Detroit News 25 November 2011
By Robert Snell

Detroit— A male nurse filed a sex discrimination lawsuit against the city of Dearborn on Wednesday, claiming he was fired for treating conservative Muslim women wearing head scarves. John Benitez


Retired Pakistani archbishop: Fear has silenced Christians

Catholic News Service 25 November 2011

TORONTO -- Fear has silenced the voice of Pakistani Christians since the political murder of Shahbaz Bhatti last spring, said the retired archbishop of Lahore, Pakistan. "People are very


The Future of Egypt

Canada Free Press 25 November 2011
By Daniel Greenfield

In the wake of the latest instability everyone has an opinion on the future of Egypt. But the future of Egypt is the past, not the distant past of its pre-Arab culture, but a repetition of the last


Egypt Pushes up Transition of Power Amidst Deadly Protests

International Business Times 25 November 2011
By Daniel Tovrov

Egypt's ruling military council, which is frantically trying to stop the massive and violent riots that have consumed the capital of Cairo for the last four days, has pushed up the date of transfer


Saudi sisters beheaded brother for molesting them

Emirates 24/7 25 November 2011

Four Saudi sisters who beheaded their brother at their house in the Gulf Kingdom told police they had done so because he had not stopped molesting them. Saudi police seized the four sisters, aged


Punjab, Catholic activist murdered by Muslim Mafia

Asia News 25 November 2011
By Jibran Khan

Islamabad - A group of men linked to the land mafia, led by Nadeem Ashraf, has murdered Akram Masih, a Pakistani activist, a married father of four children, in Khurda Renala, Okara


Nigeria Militants Kill Children Of Christian Convert, Missionaries Say

BosNewsLife 25 November 2011
By Stefan J. Bos

ABUJA, NIGERIA -- A militant group seeking to enforce Sharia, or Islamic law, throughout Nigeria, has shot and killed two children of an ex-terrorist and "murderer" because he converted


Critique of Pure Islam

Citizen Warrior 24 November 2011

WHEN SOMEONE says that some of the passages of the Quran are violent, and that Islam itself is political, what do you call that? It's an important question. Strangely enough, I've heard it called "racist," which seems very odd. Islam is not a race.

I've also heard it called "Islamophobia," which is also strange, because it is not a phobia.


The Fraud of Islam

Amil Imani 24 November 2011

From the primitive land of the Arabian Peninsula of over 14 centuries ago rose Muhammad, an illiterate hired hand of a rich widow Khadija, claiming he was the bearer of a perfect life prescription from God—the Quran. He claimed humanity could do no better than to follow its precepts as well as to emulate Muhammad’s own life example for a guarantee of bliss and salvation. In exchange for this, people had to embrace Islam—surrender—by surrendering their liberty to Muhammad.


The Islamist-Environmentalist Alliance

FrontPage Magazine 24 November 2011
By Daniel Greenfield

Saudi Arabia has no better friend than the Sierra Club, and the Emirates have no better salesmen than the environmentalists who keep the country hooked on conflict oil. The administration’s sabotage of the Keystone XL project through delays aimed at killing the pipeline is a cynical act of cowardice, and it’s a shot in the arm to the very regimes that it claims to oppose.


Video: Kuwaiti Shaykh Explains and Justifies Islamic "Pleasure Marriages"

Translating Jihad 24 November 2011

In the above video, Kuwaiti Shaykh Yasir al-Habib, a Shi'a, explains and justifies the Islamic practice of zawaj al-mut'a, or temporary marriage (lit. 'pleasure marriage'), which is in a sense Islamically-sanctioned prostitution. In the longer clip which I took this excerpted portion from, Shaykh al-Habib starts out by saying that Sunnis often try to embarrass Shi'a by saying that they're going to marry their sisters in a pleasure marriage.

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