Muslim cleric jailed for kicking and slapping children in lessons

Yorkshire Post 24 November 2011

A MUSLIM cleric who kicked and slapped children while teaching them the Koran was jailed for 10 weeks yesterday. Sabir Hussain, 60, was caught on camera towering over four pupils aged between 10


Video: Working for a British Caliphate

Dakota Voice 24 November 2011
By Bob Ellis

This is a lengthy but very interesting TV investigative report on how Islamists in the UK are taking over the culture and government there. It was prepared by Dispatches on Britain’s Channel 4. I lived in England for three years in the late 1980s. Even then the Islamic immigrant population was exploding, and I understand it is phenomenally greater now than it was then. Some figures I looked up a couple of years ago indicate that some areas of London are now more than 60% Islamic.


Film: Medfilm, 'Hymen National', virginity at any price 24 November 2011

ROME - Women who try to commit suicide for having lost their virginity before marriage, chastity seen as true ''capital'', merchandise to be exhibited to prove one's physical and moral integrity:


Imran vows to take action against UK newspaper 24 November 2011
By Afzal Khan

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief said on Wednesday that his party will take legal action against the Sunday Times that published a report alleging that he was introduced to US to


Arab World Accused of Racist Attitudes Towards African Migrants

International Business Times 24 November 2011
By Anissa Haddadi

Maltreatment of African workers in Arab nations has been highlighted by reports that migrants suffered human rights violations during the Libyan conflict. In Lebanon, this week, a group of African


Turkey: Gul, EU "miserable" on Cyprus's "half presidency" 24 November 2011

ANKARA - The Turkish President, Abdullah Gul, has called the European Union "miserable", according to the opposition newspaper Hurriyet, which has reported comments made by the head of


Video: New democratic Egypt tries to hide evidence of brutalizing copts in bloody October

Tundra Tabloids 24 November 2011

Millions of people world-wide have seen videos of Egyptian Army trucks chasing and crushing Christian protesters under their wheels during the events of the Maspero Massacre on October 9, which claimed the lives of 27 and injured 329 Christians (AINA 10-10-2011).


UN says law protecting Afghan women has 'long way to go'

TrustLaw 24 November 2011
By Christine Kearney

KABUL - Afghan authorities are failing to enforce the law to protect women from murder, beating, rape and other violence and being sold into marriage and prostitution, the United


Afghan woman's choice: 12 years in jail or marry her rapist and risk death 24 November 2011
By Nick Paton Walsh and Masoud Popalza

Kabul (CNN) -- The ordeal of Gulnaz did not simply begin and end with the physical attack of her rape. The rape began a years-long nightmare of further pain, culminating in an awful choice she


Brussels: The New Capital of Eurabia

Hudson New York 23 November 2011
By Soeren Kern

Muslims now make up one-quarter of the population of Brussels, according to a new book published by the Catholic University of Leuven, the top French-language university in Belgium.

In real terms, the number of Muslims in Brussels -- where half of the number of Muslims in Belgium currently live --- has reached 300,000, which means that the self-styled "Capital of Europe" is now the most Islamic city in Europe.


Islamophile Illusions

Gates of Vienna 23 November 2011
By Fjordman

The following essay by Fjordman was published a few days ago in Dagbladet. Many thanks to Cecilie for the translation.

Islamophile Illusions
by Fjordman

I have challenged Marie Simonsen, commentator in Dagbladet, to provide some concrete examples of places where Muslims have lived peacefully with their non-Muslim neighbors over longer periods of time. Personally, I don’t think any such place exists, which means that the term Islamophobia, so frequently used by her newspaper and others, is completely meaningless.


Denmark: Muslim cousin marriages fills schools for retarded

Jihad Watch 23 November 2011
By Nicolai Sennels

Cousin marriages has negative impact on intelligence, sanity, health and society. In Pakistan, 70 percent of all marriages are between first cousins (so-called "consanguinity") and in Turkey the amount is between 25-30 percent. Across the Arab world today an average of 45 percent (in some parts up to 70 percent) of married couples are related.

This phenomenon is allowed for by Islam's marriage law, which is delineated in Qur'an 4:23-34, making this something for which Sharia opens the door.


Video: Party video from Denmark: "I am Denmark. I am a country that will stand guard to protect my own culture."

Jihad Watch 23 November 2011

The Danish Peoples' Party has released the video "I am Denmark" (in English). The DPP is the third largest party in Denmark and is known for its work against Muslim immigration and Islamization. I hope that more parties in more countries will show the voters that it is not embarrassing to be proud of one's country and values.


Muslims in New York Protest Counter-Terrorism

Human Events 23 November 2011
By Robert Spencer

Last Friday around 500 Muslims in New York marched to NYPD headquarters in lower Manhattan to protest police infiltration of mosques and surveillance in Muslim areas. It is noteworthy that we have never, in 10 years since 9/11, seen Muslims anywhere in the U.S. mount a demonstration of comparable size against Islamic jihad terrorism and the supposed "hijacking” of Islam by terrorists. Even worse, the protesters failed to explain how they would propose to stop Islamic jihad terrorism in the U.S. without this kind of vigilance.


Video: A Taqiyya Amplifier

Gates of Vienna 23 November 2011
By Acts17Apologetics

The video below highlights some appalling errors about Islam and the Koran, errors so basic that even a novice student of the Koran and the hadith would find them laughable.

Watch Acts17Apologetics expertly deconstruct the Muslim Brotherhood-inspired disinformation peddled by the anchors of an ABC News 20/20 special on Islam:


Gaddafi's Son Saif Al Islam 'a Womaniser and Wife Beater'

International Business Times 23 November 2011
By Gianluca Mezzofiore

Muammar Gaddafi's eldest son and heir, Saif al Islam, was a philander who used to beat his ex-wife, it has emerged in an Ukrainian newspaper. In an interview with the daily Respublika shortly


By Richard Palmer

THE Queen held a halal state banquet at Buckingham Palace for Turkish President Abdullah Gul tonight and promised British backing for his country's bid to join the European Union. She celebrated


Headscarf wearers are proud, but have better job ops without 23 November 2011

Muslim women who wear headscarves feel more of a Muslim by doing so but think they have better chances of a job and suffer less discrimination if they take them off, according to a survey of 1,500


Wilders targets aid budget

Expatica the Netherlands 23 November 2011

Freedom Party leader Geert Wilders says his recent comments are an attempt to bring down the cabinet. However, the PVV leader warned that he will do all he can to ensure that the development aid


Majority of Muslim Women Wear Headscarf

Dutch News 23 November 2011

THE HAGUE - The majority of Muslim women in the Netherlands wear a headscarf, according to a survey of 1,500 women by research bureau Motivaction. Motivaction did the research as part of


France's Public Ban On Hijab (Face Veil) : PHOTOS

According to reports, at least two women have been briefly detained in France last October while wearing hijab, after a law banning the garment in public came into force. Police however said they


Kindergarten Drops Christmas Tradition to Please Muslims...

Tundra Tabloids 23 November 2011

A dear friend of the Tundra Tabloids mentioned the following concerning this story in the FPN.DK. We were both aghast at the ease in which portions of society, in the willingness to be tolerant, would


Netherlands: 80% of Turks, Moroccans marry same ethnic group

Islam in Europe 23 November 2011

4,500 immigrants got married in the Netherlands in 2010. 25% were Turkish or Moroccan, most of them married a partner from the same ethnic group. As was the case since 2006, in 10% of the immigrant


Muslim headscarves prejudice in Holland

Radio Netherlands Worldwide 23 November 2011

A survey of Muslim women throughout the Netherlands shows that most wearers of Islamic headscarves do so of their own free will. Six out of ten Dutch Muslim women aged 15 to 35 wear the headscarf.


ICC formally drops Kadhafi case

Expatica the Netherlands 23 November 2011

The International Criminal Court on Tuesday announced it was dropping the case against murdered Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi for crimes against humanity after receiving his death certificate. "The


Sex-obsessed Saif beat me and took drugs, says Gaddafi's son's stripper ex-wife

Mail Online 23 November 2011
By Will Stewart

A woman claiming to be the ex-wife of Colonel Gaddafi's captured son Saif al-Islam has emerged in Ukraine with extraordinary stories alleging domestic violence and womanising. Nadia, a blue-eyed


‘Muslims need to assimilate into Europe’

DAWN.COM 23 November 2011
By Qasim Moini

KARACHI: European culture and Islamic culture have different ethos and both are bound to collide unless there is assimilation and compromise. Anwar Shaheen of the University of Karachi’s


New York’s Finest Foil Another Islamist Jihadist Attack

Right Side News 23 November 2011
By Joseph Klein

New York City police, known as "New York's Finest," arrested a would-be Islamist jihadist on Saturday November 19th, who was plotting to kill GIs returning from Iraq and Afghanistan and to bomb


The Islamic Feminism of All-American Muslim

FrontPage Magazine 23 November 2011
By Daniel Greenfield

Once upon a time there used to be billboards for Virginia Slims cigarettes with the slogans, "You’ve come a long way, baby.” The billboards are gone now, but in their place are billboards for


PJM Exclusive: New Law Cuts Ties Between FBI and Terror-Tied Groups

PJ Media 23 November 2011
By Patrick Poole

When Barack Obama signed the continuing resolution this past weekend averting another potential government shutdown, it’s doubtful that he was aware that tucked into the bill, which funds several

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