Dutch MPs Cancel Egypt Trip Over "Ethnic Cleansing” Row

BosNewsLife 10 November 2011
By Stefan J. Bos

AMSTERDAM/CAIRO -- A visit to Egypt by the Dutch parliament's foreign affairs committee has been canceled because lawmaker Raymond de Roon from anti-Islam Freedom Party (PVV) was refused


North Caucasus militants pose threat to Central Asia

Central Asia Online 10 November 2011
By Shakar Saadi

TASHKENT – With both the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) and North Caucasus (NC) militant groups suffering from devastating manpower losses, some Uzbek analysts and security officers project the


Texas Won’t Punish Anti-Muslim Handgun Instructor

FOX News & Commentary 10 November 2011

Case closed. The Texas Dept. of Public Safety will not revoke or suspend the license of a handgun instructor who ran a radio ad telling Muslims and non-Christian Arabs that he would not teach them


Islamist Violence Harms Muslims the Most

FrumForum 10 November 2011
By [RSS Feed for Peter Worthington] Peter Worthington

According to Ayaan Hirsi Ali, the reaction to the Paris fire-bombing of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo is another example of how fearful Western society is of offending Islamic


Britain: We Unequivocally Support the Rights of Cyprus to its EEZ

defencegreece.com 10 November 2011

British Foreign Secretary William Hague has said that his country supports fully and unequivocally the rights of Cyprus to its EEZ. He further noted that Britain welcomes the talks that have taken


Iran Wants More Trade, Visa-Free Travel With Armenia

YEREVAN -- Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi says Tehran wants greater trade and visa-free travel between Armenia and Iran, RFE/RL's Armenian Service reports. Salehi repeated in separate


Teaching Islam in South Sudan schools

Sudan Tribune 10 November 2011
By Luk Kuth Dak

Justin Maker Bol is one of my favorite people. He did what no other South Sudanese in the United States of America ( USA) has ever done. He’s his own boss. Besides, he is outspoken, smart and a


Father asked for help killing ‘stubborn’ daughter, trial hears

The Globe and Mail 10 November 2011

Weeks before three sisters were found dead in a car at the bottom of a canal, their father asked a relative for help to drown his eldest daughter, calling her a prostitute for visiting a library,


Same Sex Relations Can Lead To Extinction Of Humans

bernama.com 10 November 2011

PEKAN -- The Mufti of Pahang Datuk Abdul Rahman Osman said any activity which is opposed to Islam, especially same sex relations, can lead to apostasy. "Same sex relation is not


Malacca to amend laws to prosecute homosexuals

thestar.com 10 November 2011

ALOR GAJAH: Malacca will amend its state Islamic enactment to prosecute gays and lesbians by applying the same type of Syariah legal mechanism used against deviant Muslim sects. Chief Minister


Malacca to amend laws to prosecute homosexuals

thestar.com 10 November 2011

ALOR GAJAH: Malacca will amend its state Islamic enactment to prosecute gays and lesbians by applying the same type of Syariah legal mechanism used against deviant Muslim sects. Chief Minister


Video: Bill Warner "A warning to America"

EuropeNews 9 November 2011


Video: After Getting Firebombed, French Magazine Puts 'Gay Muhammad' on Cover?

Christian News 9 November 2011
By Ray Downs

Showing no fear after getting its offices firebombed soon after printing an issue ridiculing radical Islam, French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, has fired back with a cover depicting a gay Muslim man passionately kissing another man under the headline: "L'Amour plus fort que la haine," French for "love is stronger than hate."


Charlie Hebdo front cover depicts Muslim man kissing cartoonist

The Guardian 9 November 2011
By Kim Willsher

Its offices have been firebombed, its website hacked, its Facebook page suspended for 24 hours and its staff targeted with death threats, so you might have thought the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo would have tried – just for a while – to avoid upsetting anyone.

Mais non! After provoking all the above with last week's special edition "guest edited" by the prophet Muhammad, entitled Charia Hebdo, which took pot-shots at radical Islam, the publication is set to raise a few more hackles with this week's edition, published on Wednesday.


The worst form of censorship

The Spectator 9 November 2011
By Douglas Murray

A week ago, the offices of the French satirical paper Charlie Hebdo were burned down. This attack came after it advertised the founder of Islam, Muhammad, as 'editor-in-chief' of the new issue. The move was a light-hearted response to the very serious matter of the election of an Islamist party (the Ennahda party) as the leading party in Tunisia (a result which, incidentally, appears not to have greatly bothered most European media).


Flanders: Seven additional mosques officially recognized

Islam in Europe 9 November 2011

Geert Bourgeois, the Flemish minister for Internal Affairs, recognized an additional seven mosques on October 24th. Four of the mosques are in Limburg, two in Antwerp, and one in Ghent.


Muslim women don’t have to remove burqas on plane despite nationwide ban, airline rules

Daily Mail 9 November 2011
By Anthony Bond

French cabin crews have no right to tell Muslim women to remove their burqa aboard Air France flights - despite a nationwide ban on full face veils, the airline has ruled. Islamic passengers can


The Third Intifada Is Here

Hudson New York 9 November 2011
By Khaled Abu Toameh

The third intifada is already here, and it is being waged against Israel not on the streets of Gaza and Ramallah, but in the international arena. This is a Diplomatic Intifada, aimed at rallying


Texas: Convert to Islam made farewell video with jihadist imagery

Jihad Watch 9 November 2011

But, while representing himself in court, Barry Bujol claims he was just a disgruntled taxpayer. More on this story. "Texan tells court he did not want to help al-Qaida," by Dane Schiller for the


The Not So Great State-Sponsored Stitch-Up

Foiled again! At this very moment, we like to think, an evil assemble of crooked and wretched characters are gathered around a long table in an old Victorian Mansion somewhere in the heart of


Funding boost for schools with high immigrant enrollment

The Copenhagen Post 9 November 2011
By Peter Stanners

Teachers, students and experts to meet with government to discuss how to improve educational standard of children with immigrant backgrounds Schools with high proportions of bilingual and


Increase in terrorist attacks in October

ha0lam.de 9 November 2011

Main source of increase was rise in rocket fire from the Gaza Strip In October 2011, there was an increase in the number of terrorist attacks carried out against Israel - 80, compared to 68 in


Spurned lover launched frenzied hammer attack on teaching assistant as primary school teachers watched in horror

Daily Mail 9 November 2011
By Nadia Gilani

An obsessive ex-boyfriend who viciously attacked his former girlfriend with a hammer has been jailed. Habibur Rahman screamed 'I will kill you' as he tried to batter Rumi Shadid outside the


Islamic law creates economic toilet bowl

Money Jihad 9 November 2011

Michael Schuman at Time magazine has written a good article openly supporting the theory that the Islamic world suffers economically because of Islamic law itself. Normally, the mainstream media


Obama hugs an Islamic supremacist

WND 9 November 2011
By Pamela Geller

This past week, Obama was fiddling in Cannes, in the south of France, while America burned. He was in Europe insulting allies and hugging Islamic imperialists: He gave a big hug to Turkey's Islamic


Texas jihad terror suspect misunderstood Islam, "emailed Awlaki seeking guidance regarding jihad"

Jihad Watch 9 November 2011

He just wanted to become a better Muslim, and so he contacted Anwar al-Awlaki for advice. Oddly enough, apparently he didn't know any Muslims who explained to him that al-Awlaki was a Misunderstander


Video: Revolution Hijacked - Egypt

Youtube 9 November 2011
By journeymanpictures

Video: http://youtu.be/GCC2IJbxYA8

A tyrannical government, violence on the streets and bodies piling up in the morgue. The revolution may have come and gone, but with the army filling the void left by Mubarak little has changed in Egypt.


Tunisia: Radical Imams looking to conquer mosques

ANSAMED.info 9 November 2011

TUNIS - Tunis is already in the midst of fierce debate over its future, after the unexpected victory - at least in its scale - of the Islamist party Ennadha in elections for the country's Constituent


Muslim Ex-Whole Foods Employee Sues Company for Discrimination

ABC News 9 November 2011

A Muslim man formerly employed at a Whole Foods Market in Philadelphia is suing the company, claiming he was mistreated for going on a pilgrimage to Mecca and for praying at work during his

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