College Threatens to Nix 9/11 Tribute As Too American

Human Events 9 September 2011
By Jason Mattera

If you thought that something as innocuous as putting up 3,000 American flags on school grounds to pay tribute to those murdered on September 11 couldn’t be controversial, you haven’t been to

 

Mallorca: Burka banned in Sa Pobla

Euro Weekly News 9 September 2011

SA POBLA has become the first Balearic municipality to ban the Burka in public places, including streets and plazas. This village has one of the highest concentrations of foreigners in the

 

New Pew Poll Undercuts Left's "Islamophobia" Card

FrontPage Magazine 9 September 2011
By Joseph Klein

The Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and its groupies on the Left, such as the Center for American Progress (CAP), the ACLU, and the University of

 

Hariri tribunal names trial judges

FRANCE 24 9 September 2011

The court set up to try former Lebanese prime minister Rafiq Hariri's killers named the five judges Thursday who will make up its trial chamber with effect from September 20. They are presiding

 

Three held in Indian Kashmir after Delhi bombing

Times LIVE  9 September 2011

Police in Indian Kashmir detained three men Thursday in connection with a bomb attack outside New Delhi's High Court, as the prime minister acknowledged systemic "weaknesses" in domestic

 

U.S. Treasury Department Sanctions Three Senior Al-Qaeda Terrorists

Shariah Finance Watch 9 September 2011

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of the Treasury today announced the designation of three senior al-Qa’ida leaders based in Pakistan: leader and commander Abu Yahya al-Libi; senior leader ‘Abd

 

Scared Muslim let off police shooting

The Daily Telegraph 9 September 2011
By Kara Lawrence

A MUSLIM terror suspect who wounded a policeman in a gunfight escaped conviction on serious shooting charges after a judge found "anti-Muslim sentiment" made him fear for his safety. A judge found

 

Christian Nurse in Pakistan Boldly Opts to Report Videotaped Rape

Compass Direct News  9 September 2011

A Christian nurse here filed a police report on Saturday (Sept. 3) alleging she was raped by a Muslim colleague who filmed the act in an attempt to blackmail her into renouncing her faith and

 

Insurer sues Saudi Arabia over 9/11

The Tribune-Democrat 9 September 2011
By Bernie Hornick

Saudi Arabia and some of its banks and charities bear "primary responsibility” for the 9/11 attacks by siphoning cash to al-Qaida, according to a federal lawsuit filed Thursday, and thus must repay a

 

The market stall jihadists: Ex-Afghan camp extremist used inner city stall to peddle hatred

Daily Mail  9 September 2011
By Jaya Narain

A Muslim who used his market stall as a front to persuade people to join a holy ‘Jihad’ war against the UK was facing jail last night. Munir Farooqi, 54, turned his inner city book stall into a

 

Iranian Christian recounts 105 days experience in Evin prison for his faith

Christian Today 9 September 2011
By Damaris Kremida

It was early in the morning the day after Christmas. It was cold. Mehdi Forootan sat in the back seat of an undercover police car in front of his house in Tehran, Iran. He was barely awake. An

 

Number of people in Turkey recognizing Armenian Genocide is growing

Professors Ronald Suny and Norman Naimark presented, at the University Club of Pasadena, their co-authored book entitled "A Question of Genocide: Armenians and Turks at the End of the Ottoman

 

Thilo Sarrazin, One Year Later

Gates of Vienna 8 September 2011

A year ago the German banker and Social Democrat Thilo Sarrazin caused a stir in Germany — and the rest of Europe — when he wrote the book Germany Abolishes Itself. As a man of the Left, his criticism of Muslim immigration created more uproar than it would have if it had been written by a "right-wing extremist”. The scandal was intensified by his assertion that mass Muslim immigration is lowering the average IQ of the German population.

On the occasion of the first anniversary of the publication of his book, Die Zeit interviewed Thilo Sarrazin. Many thanks to JLH for the translation:

 

Remembering Muslim Colonialism on September 11

Canada Free Press 8 September 2011
By Daniel Greenfield

Anyone who cared to dig through the graveyards of Sudan already knew that Muslims mattered more than Africans to us. The sky full of jets that we dispatched to bomb Yugoslavia on behalf of Muslim terrorists never clouded the skies of Khartoum. But they did show up to bomb Tripoli so that Islamist thugs could begin torturing and murdering Africans.

 

Text of Oskar Freysinger’s Speech

Gates of Vienna 8 September 2011
By Oskar Freysinger

Below is the full text of Oskar Freysinger’s speech in Berlin last Saturday, as translated by JLH. Note: Mr. Freysinger departed from the prepared text when he spoke, so this version differs slightly from what can be heard in the video and audio recordings.

A full report on the day’s events is here.

 

French sire reports Turkish PM to visit Cairo's Tahrir Square on Sept.12

Tundra Tabloids 8 September 2011

This is not a good development. The Islamic fundamentalist Turkish regime is preparing to assume the mantle of the world Caliphate once again. In order for them to do so, they have to reject their

 

Video: In superstition we trust

youtube 8 September 2011
By patcondell

America's religion fetish

 

The Muslim "Overtaking" of France: as Mosques and as Faithful

Vatican Insider 8 September 2011
By Marco Tosatti

Rome: In France there are more Islamic mosques being built, and more frequently, than Catholic churches, and there are more practicing Muslims than practicing Catholics in the country.

 

No Turkish private school for Tyrol

Austrian Independent 8 September 2011

A Tyrolean town has rejected a group of Turkish businesspeople’s appeal to run a school. A commission formed by Rum Town Hall officials announced yesterday (Tues) it unanimously agreed to veto the

 

Athens mosque gets green light

ekathimerini.co 8 September 2011

Parliament’s approval on Wednesday of a law regulating illegal buildings paved the way for the construction of the Greek capital’s first modern mosque in the Athenian neighborhood of

 

Kosovo Bans Islamic Headscarf and Religious Instruction in Public Schools

The Weekly Standard 8 September 2011
By STEPHEN SCHWARTZ

In Muslim-majority Kosovo last week, as the fasting month of Ramadan came to an end and families prepared for the reopening of public schools, the parliamentary Assembly of the Republic rendered its

 

High suicide attempt rate among female Turkish migrants

WRS 8 September 2011

Studying the reasons why people try and take their own lives is an important part of tackling suicide prevention. Research released on Tuesday uncovered some worrying trends in migrant communities. A

 

The persecution and murder of Christians is epidemic

Calgary Herald 8 September 2011
By Licia Corbella

The following is a disturbing report by Raymond Ibrahim of the Middle East Forum that outlines he outrageous persecution and murders of Christians in Muslim countries by Islamists. The holy month of

 

Man, 26, ‘held as a slave by Accrington family’

Lancashire Telegraph 8 September 2011

FOUR members of an Accrington family have appeared in court over allegations that a man with learning difficulties was kept as a slave. They appeared at Burnley Crown Court yesterday over

 

Congressman Allen West says 9/11 lessons unlearned, sees threat from radical Islam

Sun-Sentinel  8 September 2011
By Anthony Man

Congressman Allen West said Wednesday the nation hasn't learned the lessons from the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks largely because political correctness is hobbling political leaders from

 

Sharia Lobby Shifts into 5th Gear

International Analyst Network  8 September 2011
By Alyssa A. Lappen

Sharia advocates desperately want to convince legislators and the public that Islamic law is plain vanilla — and totally nonthreatening to existing U.S. legal codes. Notwithstanding a nationwide

 

Calls for Bernardi's scalp over Wilders

Sydney Morning Herald 8 September 2011
By Lisa Martin

Liberal Senator Cory Bernardi is facing an angry backlash and calls for his scalp after he promised to help controversial Dutch politician Geert Wilders visit Australia. Mr Wilders, 48, has faced

 

France extradites war crimes suspect Momic to Croatia

Croatian Times 8 September 2011

France has extradited Croatian Serb Milorad Momic to Croatia where he is being tried in absence for war crimes. Momic, who has since changed his name to Guy Monier, is suspected of killing one

 

'Honour killing' - parents remanded

Belfast Telegraph 8 September 2011

The parents of a suspected honour killing victim have appeared in court charged with their daughter's murder. Shafilea Ahmed's decomposed remains were discovered on the banks of a river in Cumbria

 

Why the Muslim Beard Bodes Trouble

Pajamas Media 8 September 2011
By Raymond Ibrahim

To develop a thorough understanding of Islam, one must learn to "connect the dots.” For instance, Muslims who adhere to non-problematic aspects of Islam, indirectly indicate their acceptance of

 
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