Saudis, U.S. trade charges with Iran over plot 13 October 2011
By Mark Hosenball and Parisa Hafezi

WASHINGTON/TEHRAN - Saudi Arabia and the United States traded charges with Iran on Wednesday over an alleged plot to kill the Saudi ambassador to Washington, deepening divisions and


Video: Pallywood - Palestinian staged manipulation of Mass Media

youtube 13 October 2011
By JerusalemPulseRadio

Watch how "Palestinians" go to painstaking trouble to create an atmosphere that does not even truly exist in Israel. Stop buying their deceitful propaganda, Time to realize Israel is up against an enemy that does not want peace.


Video: The Iranian Plot Against the Saudi Embassy

Gates of Vienna 13 October 2011

Yesterday the U.S. government announced that it had foiled an attempt by Iran to assassinate the Saudi ambassador in Washington D.C. and bomb both the Saudi and Israeli embassies. According to reports, the Iranians coordinated with Latin American drug cartels in their efforts to stage the attack, but were prevented from carrying out their plans after making contact with an undercover federal agent.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this video report from SUN TV:


Underpants bomber Abdulmutallab pleads guilty pledging 'You laugh at us now, we will laugh at you later' 13 October 2011
By Duncan Gardham

Umar Farouq Abdulmutallab, a former student at University College London, read from a statement, declaring: "If you laugh at us now, we will laugh at you later.” He changed his pleas to guilty on


Turkish minister chides EU for Greek Cyprus condition

Hurriyet Daily News 13 October 2011
By Çagla Pinar Tunçel

Turkey should normalize relations with Greek Cyprus, according to the European Union’s annual progress report released announced yesterday, but Turkey’s EU minister said linking Turkey’s membership to


Christmas Balls Jihadi: "Participation in jihad against the United States...

Atlas Shrugs 13 October 2011
By Pamela Geller

"The United States should be warned, if the United States continues the blasphemy of Muhammad and the prophets and continues to support those who kill innocent Muslims, it should await a great


State training for Finland's imams?

YLE News  13 October 2011

The time is ripe for considering imam training in Finland, says Archbishop Kari Mäkinen. Home-grown imams could help Finland's Muslims feel more at home, according to the head of the country’s


German rail struck in third day of arson attacks

Expatica 13 October 2011
By Darren Mara, Wilhelmina Lyffyt

German federal police have increased patrols of the rail network around Berlin after a third day of foiled arson attacks near the main train station. Left-wing extremists were believed to have


Hamas official: Schalit won't be last solider we kidnap

Jerusalem Post 13 October 2011

Group spokesman says releasing those left in Israeli prisons after exchange is "top priority"; Mashaal reportedly in Cairo to finalize deal. Hamas on Wednesday warned that Gilad Schalit will


Who is Poisoning Dogs in Spain?

Christian Broadcasting Network 13 October 2011
By Dale Hurd

Spanish police are investigating the poisoning deaths of more than a dozen dogs in Lerida, Spain. Local residents believe they are being killed by Muslims. Soeren Kern of the Hudson Institute, and


Turkish Hypocrisy Knows No Bounds 13 October 2011
By Michael Rubin

Breaking news out of Turkey is the Turkish parliament—dominated by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s Justice and Development Party (AKP)—has given the go-ahead to a cross border incursion into


Turkey: Full EU Membership or Nothing 13 October 2011

Turkey has made it clear that it won't accept anything less than full membership to the European Union even though the bloc's executive offered the country an alternative to its deadlocked accession


IDF, Egyptian military complete joint probe into border terror attack 13 October 2011

Inquiry analyzed details of the attack and the necessary lessons to prevent attacks and improve border security In accordance with an agreement reached between Defense Minister Ehud Barak and


Turkey must work to guarantee human rights - Brussels

Sofia Echo 13 October 2011

Turkey has made progress in meeting EU membership criteria; however, further results are needed as regards fundamental rights, in particular to assure freedom of expression in practice, the European


An Ahmadi Muslim's Plea: Be My Voice

Huffington Post  13 October 2011
By Kashif N. Chaudhry

Religious freedom (or the lack thereof) in Pakistan cannot be emphasized enough. Due to the preposterous demeanor of Pakistan's self-righteous right-wing, many in the world today are aware of


Al-Qaida Leader Urges Algerian Overthrow; Calls for an Islamic Libya

Voice of Africa 13 October 2011

Al-Qaida's leader has called for Algerians to follow the example of others in the Middle East and overthrow their government, and urged Libyans to establish an Islamic state. In a video message


Michael Waldron: Sharia law suitable for the United States?

Daily Mail  13 October 2011

The title of Eliyahu Stern’s 2 Sep 2011 column in New York Times, "Don’t Fear Islamic Law in America,” caught my eye so I swallowed hard and read a New York Times opinion piece. I’ve lived twice in


Christian girl, 12, kidnapped, beaten and raped for eight months until she converted to Islam

Daily Mail  13 October 2011
By Wil Longbottom

A 12-year-old Christian girl was kidnapped and repeatedly raped for eight months in Pakistan by a man who then falsified marriage documents with her, it was claimed today. The girl was lured on a


Egypt generals on defensive over Copt deaths

FRANCE 24 13 October 2011

Egypt's military insisted on Wednesday that soldiers did not kill protesters during a weekend clash that killed 25 people, most of them Coptic Christians, in the deadliest sectarian violence in


Obedient Wives Club publishes explicit sex book

The Malaysian Insider 13 October 2011
By Debra Chong

KOTA BARU, — A Muslim man can have sex with all his wives at the same time, according to a controversial new book on Islamic sex by the Obedient Wives Club (OWC). Titillatingly-titled "Seks


Muslims shut down Protestant church

Christian Persecution Magazine 13 October 2011
By Joseph DeCaro

JATINANGOR, INDONESIA - Muslims of the Islamic Defender Front aided by local officials recently shut down a Protestant church in Jatinangor on rumors that the church was a haven for


Eurocrats have wasted money for years

Russia Today 13 October 2011
By Marta Andreasen

UKIP MEP Marta Andreasen tells RT that Brussels bureaucrats have been squandering taxpayers' money for years on propping up the EU empire.


Cyprus on the World Stage

Middle East Forum 12 October 2011
By Daniel Pipes

Cyprus, an island near Turkey and Syria of roughly 1.3 million inhabitants, finds itself on the cusp of momentous change. As it belatedly makes its grand debut on the world stage after domestic Greek-Turkish communal issues have consumed its first 51 years of independence, it faces both great opportunity and great danger.

That communal problem originated in 1570, when the Ottoman Empire conquered the island and its almost entirely Greek-speaking Orthodox Christian population. Over the next three centuries, immigration from Anatolia created a Turkish-speaking Muslim minority. British rule between 1878 and 1960 left this situation basically unchanged. At the time of Cypriot independence in 1960, Turks constituted one-sixth of the population.


May 1949: Israel supports a Palestinian Arab state; Arabs oppose

Elder of Ziyon 12 October 2011

Wafa quotes Mahmoud Abbas:

It has been our right to establish a Palestinian state since 1948, but the conditions were difficult. Now, we’ll get our right through the United Nations,

As I have shown, when he says "the conditions were difficult" it really means "our leaders were dead-set against it."
But what most people don't realize is that Israel was the only country in the Middle East that supported an independent Palestinian Arab state before Jordan and Egypt occupied the territories!


A Blow to Freedom in Norway

FrontPage Magazine 12 October 2011
By Bruce Bawer

On July 22, a crazed loner named Anders Behring Breivik set off a massive explosion that rocked central Oslo, taking eight lives, and then, in an action which proved the explosion to be a mere diversionary tactic, gunned down sixty-nine people, mostly teenagers, in cold blood, on an isolated island, Utoya, an hour or so west of that city.  It was the darkest day in Norwegian history since World War II?, and it set off a wave of nationwide mourning like nothing the country, or most Western countries in modern times, had ever seen.


Israel Defense Forces: Rock-throwing in West Bank reaches new high

Ha'aretz 12 October 2011
By Chaim Levinson

September was the most violent month in the last year and a half in terms of rock throwing in the West Bank, Israel Defense Forces figures reveal. There were 498 incidents of rocks being thrown


Germany among Iran’s top 3 energy buyers

Money Jihad 12 October 2011

According to an August report on Iran sanctions from the bipartisan Congressional Research Service, Germany is the world’s third largest importer of Iranian fuel, oil, natural gas, and other energy


Luxembourg boosts role as Europe's Islamic finance centre

Expatica 12 October 2011

Qatar's royal family made a splash in Luxembourg on Monday with deals to buy two banks in a sign of the Gulf state's desire to make the Grand Duchy an Islamic financial centre in Europe. Hours


Turkish Dutch set to claim back integration course costs 12 October 2011

Thousands of Turkish nationals are set to claim back the cost of integration courses from the Dutch state, now that the compulsory classes have been ruled illegal, the Financieele Dagblad reports on


Britiain’s Jihadist Networks

HSToday  12 October 2011
By Raffaello Pantucci

Western jihadism may have suffered a serious blow with the deaths of Anwar Al Awlaki and Samir Khan, but the war in the United Kingdom to counter terrorist networks continues. In the week prior to

Syndicate content