The Anti-Islamist Muslim Voice

PJ Media 7 March 2012
By Phyllis Chesler

Mention terrorism and Islam in the same breath and instant accusations of "Islamophobia” and "racism” are sure to follow.

Ever since 9/11, when 19 Arab-Muslims hijacked three airplanes in the name of Islam to murder 3,000 civilians in New York and Washington, D.C., Americans have been told that Muslims are really the victims and that we must consult with Muslim groups such as the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) or the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) to be further enlightened.


Hamas rules out military support for Iran in any war with Israel

The Guardian 7 March 2012
By Harriet Sherwood

Hamas will not do Iran's bidding in any war with Israel, according to senior figures within the militant Islamic group. "If there is a war between two powers, Hamas will not be part of such a


The Price of a Koran

Family Security Matters 7 March 2012
By Daniel Greenfield

What does a Koran cost? You can get a full color one for the Kindle for only 99 cents, just don't expect it to feature any pictures of old Mo. If you want to go deluxe, you can get a hardcover edition that runs three different translations side by side for around 40 bucks. But if you want to be more practical about it, the price of a Koran is the lives of six American soldiers.


Muslim Students and the Jihad Against the NYPD

FrontPage Magazine 7 March 2012
By Daniel Greenfield

Last year several Hellfire missiles finally put an end to Anwar Al-Awlaki, a leading Al-Qaeda figure who had been involved in several terrorist attacks carried out against the United States,


Canadian Muslim youth organization loses charitable status

National Post 7 March 2012
By Sarah Boesveld

A Canadian Muslim youth organization has been stripped of its charitable status after a Canada Revenue Agency investigation linked it to a Saudi-based group that allegedly financed Islamist terror


The Middle East’s real apartheid

Jerusalem Post 7 March 2012

In light of Israel Apartheid Week, which hit cities and campuses throughout the world recently, supporters of the Jewish state find it difficult to agree on the best response to this hate fest. Some


The United States of Islam

Canada Free Press 7 March 2012
By Alexander Maistrovoy

"A specter is haunting Europe—the specter of Communism.” These were the first words of Karl Marx’s "The Communist Manifesto”. More than a century later a different specter has appeared on the


The Realignment of Jihadist Groups in the Pakistan-Afghanistan Region...

MEMRI 7 March 2012
By Tufail Ahmad

This paper examines the following: first, the essential ideological unity and operational collaboration between the jihadist organizations based in the Pakistan-Afghanistan region; second, the


Many Muslims Are Making Many Atheists

Townhall Conservative 7 March 2012
By Dennis Prager

Here in Sydney, Australia, where I've been lecturing for a week, I may have had one Australian-born waitress or waiter and one Australian-born taxi driver. As is my wont, I ask all of them where they


Impeach Pennsylvania's Sharia Judge

AINA (press release) 7 March 2012
By Robert Spencer

The facts of the case are clear: Ernest Perce, a young atheist in Pennsylvania, marched in a Halloween parade dressed as "Zombie Muhammad." A Muslim, Talaag Elbayomy, grew enraged when he saw Perce's


Al Qaeda says Yemen attack follows U.S. troop increase

Chicago Tribune 7 March 2012
By Ahmed Tolba

ADEN - The Yemeni branch of al Qaeda said Tuesday it attacked a U.S. intelligence officer after U.S. soldiers were sent to the country, whose new leader has vowed to fight the militant


Indian Authorities Act Against UK-Based Radical Islamists

Hudson New York 7 March 2012
By Irfan Al-Alawi

Authorities in India have acted to head off threatened demonstrations on March 2 and 3 to advocate the imposition of Islamic law and radical Muslim dominance on the country. The chief agitators in


Egyptian Islamist Anwar el-Balkimy Fired for Nose Job

Opposing Views 7 March 2012
By Zach Lisabeth

This week the nascent Egyptian democracy got to take part in one the world's oldest democratic traditions: the political scandal. You've finally arrived, Tahrir. The newly elected Anwar el-Balkimy


Morocco Sex Shop Rumors Awaken Controversy

Al-Bawaba 7 March 2012
By Talaat al-Maghrabi

News of the inauguration of a sex shop in the Moroccan city of Casablanca did not stir the ethical and religious controversy expected to take place in a conservative society, but also took a


Afghan Police Free 41 Child Suicide Bombers

AINA (press release) 7 March 2012
By Stephen Brown

More than 20 people died recently in "religious" riots in Afghanistan. The spark that set off the conflagration was the burning of several Korans by American soldiers after it was discovered


Video: Acid Attacks: Just a Culture Thing or Just Islamic

Family Security Matters 5 March 2012
By Gadi Adelman

Those who have called in to my radio show to debate me on Islam or the dozens whom I’ve met at lectures and speeches who bother actually to confront me, always say the same thing; "Everything you talk about that is bad is not Islam, that’s not Islam, it’s a cultural thing, it goes on throughout the world in many cultures”.


Monsters laughed during gang rape 5 March 2012

Two sex beasts who laughed as they gang-raped a woman in a city flat are starting indeterminate sentences given by Preston’s top judge. Rezgar Nouri, 27, of no fixed abode, and Mohammed Ibrahim,


Suspects planned to 'kill as many as possible'

The Local 5 March 2012

Four men from Sweden were formally charged in Denmark on Friday for planning a suspected terrorist attack against Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten in Copenhagen in December 2010. The men have been


Who conspired? 5 March 2012
By Bat Ye’Or

A bad wind blows from Norway onto the world. It is not only the monstrous massacre by the deranged Breivick perpetrated for several hours without the police intervention. Now is added the political violence of a desperate government before the past elections— that it would probably have lost— if the horror caused bythe killing spree of a psychopath, had not given it victory. Exploiting politically this crime, the government launched its bloodhounds, its anathemas, its fatwas and edicts against all writers on the planet who, painfully defying terrorism, professional ruin and social ostracism imposed by the single thought, struggle to maintain democratic freedoms and human dignity in Western societies.


Video: Finnish media interview Muslims in Finland demanding punishment for Kurds in Norway who burned the koran

Tundra Tabloids 5 March 2012

Thanks to Vlad for uploading the vid and adding my subtitles. He also includes some observations as well, which you can apply a ‘rim shot’ after each one for your own amusement. Also, I like the fact that the mustard being interviewed concedes that koran burning is becoming a fad.


Integration study author criticizes interior minister

The Local 5 March 2012

German Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich has come under attack from the key author of "The Daily Life of Muslims in Germany” study, published by the Bild newspaper on Thursday.Some editorial


23 Somalis on Trial in Tennessee for Sex Slavery

The New American 5 March 2012
By R. Cort Kirkwood

Twenty-three Somalis will go on trial this month in connection with operating a sex slavery ring that sold little girls into slavery in Minneapolis, Minnesota; Nasvhille, Tennessee; and other


Justice in Cologne

Gates of Vienna 5 March 2012
By Sebastian N.

The following article concerns the "justice” currently being dispensed in the German court system. Needless to say, culturally-enriched repeat offenders are the greatest beneficiaries of judicial coddling in Germany.

Many thanks to JLH for the translation from Politically Incorrect.

Justice in Cologne: Manslaughter and Education

by Sebastian N.

PI reported exhaustively on the cases of killer Ayoub B., of Erdinc K. who beat someone into a coma, of the 20-Cent-Murderer Onur K. and on the case of Thomas Fechner who was beaten almost to death by three culture-enrichers.


British minister in Jordan to discuss fate of radical cleric

London - British Home Secretary Theresa May has arrived in Jordan for talks over the deportation of a radical Muslim cleric recently released from jail in Britain. Abu Qatada, who has joint


Belgian bank decides not to give itself too Jewish a name

Elder of Ziyon 5 March 2012

The Dexia Bank of Belgium was bought out by the Belgian government last year in a bailout, and since it is no longer part of the Dexia group it needed a new name. According to, one of


Turkey: Erdogan's reforms: less schooling, more Koran

ANSAmed 5 March 2012

ANKARA - The goals of an education reform bill introduced by the Islamic party of Turkey's Premier Recep Tayyip Erdogan have been characterised by opposition parties as aiming to halve


States must choose -- sharia or Constitution 5 March 2012
By Chad Groening

A pro-national defense activist says the recent decision by Pennsylvania judge Mark Martin to throw out an assault charge against a Muslim man based on sharia law is the perfect illustration of why states must enact statutes banning foreign law from American jurisprudence.


Turkey says could annex north if Cyprus stays split

Cyprus Mail 5 March 2012

TURKEY would consider annexing northern Cyprus if talks between Greek and Turkish Cypriots failed to reach a deal on reunification of the island, Turkey's European Affairs Minister Egemen Bagis told


Dutch headscarf design convinces FIFA

Radio Netherlands 5 March 2012

From July, Muslim women will be able to wear headscarves during football matches. FIFA has decided to drop its 2007 ban on the hijab or headscarf. The ban was introduced because traditional


Minister under fire for 'halal' comment on immigrant vote

FRANCE 24 5 March 2012

French Interior Minister Claude Gueant, a hardliner close to President Nicolas Sarkozy, came under fire again Saturday for the second time in a month for comments deemed racist by liberals. At a

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