Teacher speaks out over assault

menmedia.co.uk 30 August 2011
By Alex Bell

A mosque teacher who assaulted four pupils with a two-foot long stick says he is hoping to put the episode behind him after he was given a community sentence. Married dad-of-eight Ibrahim Yusuf,


Scotland won't seek Lockerbie bomber extradition: leader

Expatica 30 August 2011

Scotland will not seek the extradition of the Lockerbie bomber from Libya's new government, First Minister Alex Salmond said Monday, adding many felt he should be left to die in peace. Salmond


How al-Qaeda got to rule in Tripoli

Asia Times Online 30 August 2011
By Pepe Escobar

His name is Abdelhakim Belhaj. Some in the Middle East might have, but few in the West and across the world would have heard of him. Time to catch up. Because the story of how an al-Qaeda asset


Video: What has Israel ever done for peace?

Elder of Ziyon 30 August 2011
HonestReporting video

The more we follow the news, the more we realize that some things are just too outrageous to be taken seriously. HonestReporting presents the first in a series of 'Media Circus' titles that might open the eyes of


Somalians only sent back under strict conditions

Rejected asylum seekers from Somalia will only be sent back from the Netherlands to southern or central Somalia under strict conditions. Immigration minister Gerd Leers has told parliament in a


The "Ground Zero” Mosque Will Never be Built–For Totally Non-Political Reasons

Pajamas Media 30 August 2011
By Barry Rubin

Readers of my column know that I have written repeatedly that the "Ground Zero” mosque would never be built for reasons having nothing to do with politics. The main financiers and the imam have gotten into one legal problem after another and Allstate Insurance Company is now launching a major lawsuit for fraud against one of them. As we approach the tenth anniversary of September 11, it’s clear that there isn’t going to be a mosque next to the World Trade Center attack site.


Hurricane Warnings

the Dry Bones Blog 30 August 2011

I love it when I can link two current news items together in one cartoon.

Especially when they would seem to be totally unconnected.

Which is why I was delighted when, while watching all the sober, intelligent, American East Coast hurricane warnings, this cartoon occurred to me.


Channel 4: suicide bomber comedy to commemorate 9/11

European Son 30 August 2011
By A. Millar

Channel 4 will commemorate the 9/11 attacks on the USA by showing a "mix” of programs, including Chris Morris’s comedy movie Four Lions about British Islamist terrorists. The announcement


The Marxist Roots of Feminism

FrontPage Magazine 30 August 2011
By Spyridon Mitsotakis

Liberals’ treatment of Michelle Bachmann is rife with all the wonderful double standards we have come to expect from the Left. With few exceptions, feminists have been silent—which is nothing new for them.

As David Horowitz recalled in the early 1980s: "I once asked Leslie Harris, the head of the ACLU task force on women, how feminists could continue their support of a man [Ted Kennedy] who was such a prominent


Turkey Says Up To 160 Kurd Rebels Killed In Iraq Strikes

Turkey's armed forces say that up to 160 Kurdish guerrillas were killed in the military's air and artillery strikes in northern Iraq this month. The Turkish General Staff said on August 29 that


Center for American Progress defends Shariah, charges America with 'Islamophobia'

Family Security Matters 30 August 2011
By Frank Gaffney, Jr.

There they go again. Last week, the Center for American Progress released "Fear, Inc.," yet another report in the increasingly hysterical bullying campaign to shout down criticism of political


Gaddafi 'still a threat' says NTC as fighters reach Sirte

France24 30 August 2011

Libya’s National Transitional Council warned that Muammar Gaddafi "is still a threat” Monday, asking NATO for continued protection from the "tyrant", as its fighters surrounded the fugitive leader’s


University staff asked to inform on 'vulnerable' Muslim students

The Guardian 30 August 2011
By Ryan Gallagher and Rajeev Syal

University staff including lecturers, chaplains and porters are being asked to inform the police about Muslim students who are depressed or isolated under new guidance for countering Islamist


Palestinian terrorist targets Tel Aviv teens

israel today Magazine 30 August 2011

A Palestinian Arab man carjacked a taxi in Tel Aviv late Sunday night and rammed it into a police roadblock protecting an "end of summer" party before going on a stabbing rampage. The terrorist


Obama's Pretend Counterterrorism Policy

Middle East Forum 30 August 2011
By Daniel Pipes

With trumpets and drum rolls, the White House in early August released a policy paper on methods to prevent terrorism, said to have been two years in the making.

Signed personally by Barack Obama and with rhetoric vaunting "the strength of communities" and the need to "enhance our understanding of the threat posed by violent extremism," the document looks anodyne.


Muammar Gaddafi's wife, pregnant daughter and two sons have entered Algeria

The Australian 30 August 2011

MUAMMAR Gaddafi's wife, two sons and a daughter have entered Algeria, the foreign ministry in Algiers announced, prompting a swift rebel request for the Libyan leader's relatives to be sent


34,657 tons of goods enter the Gaza Strip

Haolam 30 August 2011

Goods included 16,960 tons of aggregates and 675 tons of cooking gas During the week of August 14-August 20, the IDF facilitated the entry of 34,657 tons (1,315 truckloads) of goods to the Gaza


Bringing Jihad TV to America

FrontPage Magazine 30 August 2011
By Matthew Vadum

Leftists are pushing to make Al Jazeera’s English language channel widely available on college campuses and cable TV networks throughout America in order to undermine public support for


Somali militants behead boys in Mogadishu attacks

Reuters Africa  30 August 2011

Somalia's Islamist al Shabaab militants beheaded at least two young boys in Mogadishu, an activist said on Friday, in the latest of a string of attacks showing they still had the power to strike


Contact Tulsa's mayor today!

ACT for America 30 August 2011

Tulsa rally tomorrow! Please contact the Mayor and the City Council - Tomorrow morning at 10:00 A.M. CDT, ACT! for America is hosting a rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on behalf of


Qaeda chief tells Saudi prince to expel non-Muslims

France24 30 August 2011

A senior Saudi member of Al-Qaeda warned the interior minister that he should expel non-Muslims from the kingdom, among other demands to stop considering him a target, in an online audio


Ten years after 9/11: René Stadtkewitz in New York

DIE FREIHEIT 29 August 2011

René Stadtkewitz, top candidate of the civil rights party DIE FREIHEIT (FREEDOM), will be the first and only German politician to speak at Ground Zero in New York on the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Berlin, Stadtkewitz, a longtime member of the Berlin House of Representatives, announced today that he gladly accepted the invitation from the organization "Stop Islamization of America” (SIOA) and the well-known political activist Pamela Geller.

"The three most important terrorists of the 9/11 attacks had studied in Hamburg and were also radicalized there. Germany must be made aware of this,” said Stadtkewitz. "But a year after the publication of Thilo Sarrazin's book, Deutschland Schafft sich ab, (Germany is Eliminating Itself) nothing has changed here.


How Should We Treat the Muslims in Our Midst?

Citizen Warrior 29 August 2011

Living among us, we have many Muslims who are undoubtedly as innocent of terrorism, political subversion, and Islamic supremacism as we are. But we have a problem, don't we? These innocent fellow countrymen — and the terrorists, subversives, and supremacists — all call themselves "Muslims."

Many non-Muslims explain the situation to themselves that "there are extremists in every religion" and let it go at that. But those of us who have studied Islamic doctrine and Islamic history have discovered that "letting it go at that" would be a big mistake. And of course, those who simply look at the news can see that there must be something about Islam that produces more "extremists" than other religions.


Losing Malmo

National Review Online 29 August 2011
By Andrew C. McCarthy

Do you remember the jihadist terror campaign that ravaged Malmo, Sweden’s third largest city? Do you recall the bombings, the suicide-hijackings, and the random assassinations that finally coerced the city to surrender to Islamization?

No? Funny, I don’t remember them either. Yet there is no question that Malmo has surrendered. Large enclaves of the city, like similar enclaves throughout Western Europe, have earned the dread label "no-go zone.” They are unsafe for non-Muslims, particularly women who do not conform to Islamist conventions of dress and social interaction. They are especially perilous for police, firefighters, and emergency-medical technicians.


Levi’s exploits riots for jeans ad

European Son 29 August 2011
By A. Millar

"Your life is your life,” so the voiceover of Levi’s latest ad announces in a husky, somewhat frothy voice. We’re supposed to believe that we’re listening to someone wise; someone who’s lived life and contemplated its mysteries — beyond why some jeans make you look fat and others don’t, that is. Yet, these, the opening words of the company’s latest ad, are only the beginning of what turns out to be one long string of pret-a-porter-Zen inanities.


The Word 'Islam' Means 'Peace'? 

Answering Islam 29 August 2011
By Bassam Darwich

In Semitic languages many words are created by inserting different vowels between the three root consonants, e.g. "iSLaM" and "SaLaM" are two derivations from SLM. Does that mean they are related in meaning also?

In Romanic and Germanic languages it is not so much by vowel changes, but by adding prefix or suffix to the root word [i.e. before or after the root]. For example "love" can be seen as a ‘root word’, which then can be the base for several adjectives, like "loving" and "loveless", both of which come from the same root "love" but clearly they mean basically the opposite.


The Desperation-of-Deprivation Myth

National Review Online 29 August 2011
By Mark Steyn

Unlike many of my comrades in the punditry game, I don’t do a lot of TV. But I’m currently promoting my latest doom-mongering bestseller, so I’m spending more time than usual on the telly circuit. This week I was on the BBC’s current-affairs flagship Newsnight. My moment in the spotlight followed a report on the recent riots in English cities, in the course of which an undercover reporter interviewed various rioters from Manchester who’d had a grand old time setting their city ablaze and then expressed no remorse over it.


Norway: Christian Convert Attacked With Boiling Water By Muslim Asylum Seekers

undhimmi.com 29 August 2011

..who later attacked him with acid, for non-compliance with Ramadan. Five Christians vs. 150 Muslims – Just the kind of odds RoP adherents like: A an ex-Muslim Convert to Christianity was attacked

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