Australian Muslim billboard campaign angers Christians

Jerusalem Post  6 June 2011

A billboard campaign in Australia launched by a Muslim group in the country caused outrage among some of Sydney's Christians, upset by advertisements reading "Jesus, a Prophet of Islam,"


Non-Muslims demand equal citizenship rights in new constitution

Focus News 6 June 2011

Ankara. The new constitution of Turkey should embrace all of its citizens and elevate individual rights and freedoms equally for all as opposed to the 1982 Constitution, which reinforced state and


Two convicted for attacking Coptic sit-in in Egypt, 16 found not guilty

Channel 6 News 6 June 2011

CAIRO -- An Egyptian court convicted two people for attacking a Coptic sit-in in Cairo last month, while 16 suspects were found not guilty, Ahram Online reported on Sunday. The Cairo


Video: Spartak fan murdered over "cultural misunderstanding" – investigation

RT 6 June 2011
By Anna Fedorova, Jacob Greaves

Investigators say the murder of Spartak fan Egor Sviridov, which led to mass riots on Moscow’s central square in December 2010, was spurred by a "cultural misunderstanding" rather than ethnic hatred.


World Islamic Economic Forum begins tomorrow 6 June 2011
By Gauhar Malik

Astana —The 7th World Islamic Economic Forum will begin in Kazakhstan capital tomorrow to discuss matter relating to broader solidarity and cooperation between Islamic nations.


Video: Sudanese Diaspora and Peace Advocates Demonstration

youtube 6 June 2011
By securefreedom

Support the People of South Sudan on Saturday June 4 at Freedom Plaza in Washington, DC at 1pm


Qatar to take part in the Muslim Ummah Scholars meet

Peninsula On-line 6 June 2011

Doha: Qatar will take part in the Conference of the Muslim Ummah Scholars, due to kick off in Dakar today with participation of a number of Islamic affairs ministers and scholars from Arab and


• Fjordman: Medieval law and European civilization

EuropeNews 6 June 2011
By Fjordman

As I have noted before, Toby E. Huff in 2010 published his book Intellectual Curiosity and the Scientific Revolution: A Global Perspective, which inspired this essay. He was also the author of the modern classic The Rise of Early Modern Science: Islam, China and the West.


• Video: What the German left does not want you to hear

KitmanTV, EuropeNews 5 June 2011

After serious street battles on Thursday June 2nd 2011 in Stuttgart, Germany (Stuttgarter Nachrichten -- note the presence of SPD, the German Social Democrats), the planned "Salute Israel Day" rally Sunday 5th was cancelled, as the Stuttgart police declared themselves "Unable to guarantee the security" of the participants.


• Video: Robert Spencer Confronts Left-Wing Extremists in Stuttgart

KitmanTV 3 June 2011

A demonstration for democracy, human rights and equal rights for women needs heavy police protection, as activists from the extreme left use horns, shouting and drums to silence the voices they do not agree with. Here are the words that the extremists do not want the public to hear, as author and scholar Robert Spencer addresses the unruly crowd in Stuttgart, June 2nd 2011.


The Final Remarks of Geert Wilders at His Trial in Amsterdam, June 1, 2011

Citizen Warrior 3 June 2011
By Geert Wilders

Mister President, members of the Court,

I am here because of what I have said. I am here for having spoken. I have spoken, I speak and I shall continue to speak. Many have kept silent, but not Pim Fortuyn, not Theo Van Gogh, and not I.


Freedom is Slavery

Gates of Vienna 3 June 2011
By Nicolai Sennels

Below is a brief essay by Nicolai Sennels on the strange metamorphosis of the Left over the past fifty years from the champions of the oppressed into the oppressors themselves.

The reversal of Left and Right
by Nicolai Sennels

In the good old hippie days, the socialists on the Left were the good guys. They risked their jobs and reputations demonstrating for the equality of women, sexual freedom, and freedom of speech to criticise the system and the authorities.


Video: Geert Wilders Final remarks at his trial in Amsterdam - English subtitles

Kitman TV 3 June 2011


Switzerland: Meeting Between Geert Wilders & Oskar Freysinger Cancelled

Winds of Jihad 3 June 2011
By sheikyermami

Won’t be long before the black flag of Islam flies over Switzerland. When Islam moves in, freedom goes out the door:

Sharia Rules

According to Swiss News SVP National Council Oskar Freysinger (photo) was forced to cancel Geert Wilders visit due to pressure by Muslim fundamentalists, who predicted ”violent reactions”. (pi reported). As usual in these cases, the ‘moderate Muslims’ cannot guarantee that ‘some radicals’ might riot in order to give the religion of peace a bad name.


Jerusalem is 3000 years old. It was divided for 19 years.

Elder of Ziyon 3 June 2011

So why exactly is that anomalous 19 years considered the "status quo" again? And why are the succeeding 44 years of a re-unified Jerusalem considered something that is somehow an obstacle to


"Non-Western" Men Dominate Sex Crimes in Norway

The New American  3 June 2011
By R. Cort Kirkwood

Muslim men are continuing their brutal campaign of rape against Norwegian women, according to a police report broadcast on a Norwegian television station. According to the report, all assault


Hirsi Ali: Honor Killings on the Rise in the West

FrumForum 3 June 2011
By Tessa Berenson

Islamic honor killings are making appearances in the West, and Ayaan Hirsi Ali is determined to do something about it. Hirsi Ali is the founder of the AHA Foundation, an organization aimed at


Trial of Geert Wilders Nears Verdict

The New American  3 June 2011
By James Heiser

As the spectacle of a man being tried for speaking the truth about Islam comes to its end in the Netherlands, the accused continues to assert that the accusations of "hate speech” that have been made


Britain cooks up confusion for terrorists

Expatica 3 June 2011

Would-be terrorists searching the Internet for tips on how to build bombs were instead taught how to bake the perfect cupcake after an intervention by British intelligence, the Telegraph reported


Turkey’s Christians under Siege

vladtepesblog 3 June 2011
By John Eibner

The brutal murder of the head of Turkey’s Catholic Church, Bishop Luigi Padovese, on June 3, 2010, has rattled the country’s small, diverse, and hard-pressed Christian community.[1]


Antisemitism: It's Back Big Time and Nobody in Power (Really) Cares

Right Side News 3 June 2011
By Barry Rubin

A reliable source in Finland reports that the speaker of parliament, Ben Zyskowicz, was attacked by a man shouting antisemitic slogans in Helsinki, June 1. He is a popular politician and the only


Jordan: Muslim Brotherhood Urges Syrian Regime to Kill Jews Instead of Protesters

Weasel Zippers 3 June 2011

Jordan’s Islamists movement on Wednesday organized the biggest protest against Syrian regime since the popular pursing started in the neighbouring country. Hundreds of members and senior leaders


Vienna court convicts three in Chechen exile murder  3 June 2011

Three Chechen men were convicted in Austria on Wednesday of their role in an exile's murder during a botched kidnapping that authorities suspect Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov ordered. Umar


Militant Kills Poet With Samurai Sword

The Moscow Times  3 June 2011

An Islamist militant has hacked a North Ossetian poet to death with a samurai sword, which was found in the suspect's home after police killed him for resisting arrest, investigators said


Possible EDL Demonstration (Unofficial) In Dewsbury, West Yorkshire On 11 June 2011

Liberties Alliance 3 June 2011

It would appear that a demonstration is being organised to take place in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire on 11 June 2011. For more details, updates, and developments please refer to THIS webpage. (...)


Video: Gaza film of recruiting of terrorists.

vladtepesblog 3 June 2011

Here is a section of a Pierre Rehov video, the recruitment of terrorists in Gaza From the youtube page where it lives: This images were filmed in Gaza in 2008 by Pierre Rehov”s crew.


Israel may recognise Ottoman Armenian genocide

The National  3 June 2011
By Vita Bekker

TEL AVIV // A plan by Israel's parliamentary speaker to move the country closer to recognising the 1915 killing of Armenians by Ottoman forces as genocide worries foreign ministry


ECHR Convicts Turkey Twice

Bianet 3 June 2011

Turkish applicant Emrullah Derman won his case before the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) regarding allegations that "he had been beaten, blindfolded, stripped naked,


Israeli intelligence: U.S. leftists joining Hamas for "Naksa Day" protests  3 June 2011
By Jim Kouri

Palestinian and Western organizations participating in a continuous campaign to de-legitimize the Jewish state of Israel are reportedly preparing various types of anti-Israeli propaganda displays


Prison for officers in murder case of Turkish-Armenian journalist

Istanbul - A Turkish court on Thursday sentenced six military officers to up to six months' prison, in connection with the murder of prominent Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink, the

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