40 UK univs terror breeding ground?

Times of India  7 June 2011

LONDON: British officials have reportedly identified 40 universities in the country where 'there might be a particular risk of radicalization or recruitment on campus'. The universities have been


Sofia mosque told to buy new loudspeakers and 'turn it down'

The Sofia Echo 7 June 2011

Sofia mosque will be equipped with new loudspeakers that will reduce noise levels on Friday prayers, chief mufti Hussein Hafuzov said, cited by the Bulgarian National Radio on June 6 2011. The


Drunken man who stuffed ham in Muslims' shoes, hung meat slices outside mosque spared jail time

New York Daily News  7 June 2011
By Philip Caulfield

A drunken British man who stuffed ham inside Muslim worshipers' shoes and draped meat outside a mosque as they prayed was spared a jail term because he apologized. Jamie Knowlson, 30, pleaded


Kurds clash with French police after PKK arrests

RFI 7 June 2011

Police clashed with Kurds in a town near Paris on Saturday night after the arrest of five people, some of whom officials claim are leading members of Kurdish Workers’ Party (PKK). Several hundred


Racist who filled Muslims' shoes with ham as they prayed in a mosque walks free from court

Daily Mail 7 June 2011

A racist thug who stuffed ham into the shoes of Muslim worshippers at a mosque has escaped a jail term. Jamie Knowlson, 30, also draped slices of the meat - which Muslims


Intellectual Disgrace at Ohio University

American Thinker 7 June 2011
By Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer

How completely has indoctrination and propaganda replaced rational discussion and intelligent debate in America's universities? We were reminded of just how bad things have gotten several weeks ago


Turkish OSCE veto causes a stir

A serious diplomatic rift has erupted between Austria and Turkey. The Turkish government decided at the weekend to veto Ursula Plassnik’s application for the position as secretary-general of the


Al Qaeda base still strong in East Africa

GlobalPost 7 June 2011
By Tristan McConnell

Editor's note: The killing of Osama bin Laden has changed everything. Or has it? In this ongoing series Al Qaeda: What's Next?, GlobalPost senior correspondents


Talabani: Our Relations With Saudi Arabia Are Strategic

MEMRI 7 June 2011

In an interview with the London daily al-Sharq al-Awsat, Iraqi President Jalal Talabani characterized his country's relations with Saudi Arabia as "necessary and strategic."


Terrorism works, preacher told students

Telegraph.co.uk  7 June 2011
By Duncan Gardham

Abdur Raheem Green, a Muslim convert and former public schoolboy, told students at University College London that a "permanent state of war exists between the people of Islam and the people who


Yemen Faces Abyss Despite President's Departure

Spiegel Online 7 June 2011
By Charles Hawley

Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh may have left the country for medical treatment, but a peaceful transition of power is by no means assured. German commentators say that urgent action is required


Radical Indonesia cleric rejects terrorism charges

CBS News 7 June 2011

JAKARTA, Indonesia — A radical Indonesian cleric facing life in prison on terrorism charges protested his innocence Monday and rejected the trial as outside Islamic law in a final court


Ghadry: Assad Will Fall, But the Brotherhood May Follow

Right Side News 7 June 2011

The wave of unrest sweeping Syria will drive President Bashar Assad from power and severely weaken the Islamist regime in Tehran, a prominent dissident predicts. "It is a certainty the Assad regime


Samira Ahmed to leave Channel 4

Journalism.co.uk 7 June 2011
By Joel Gunter

Channel 4 News presenter Samira Ahmed is to leave after 11 years to go freelance. Ahmed began her career as a BBC graduate news trainee in 1990. In 1996 she became


Muslim Brotherhood's party officially registered in Egypt

en.rian.ru 7 June 2011

The Egyptian commission for political parties has officially registered the Freedom and Justice Party created by Muslim Brotherhood to run in the upcoming parliamentary polls, the Islamist movement


Antifa attacks Christian event in Stuttgart

TonyWienerle 6 June 2011

Antifa-led mob with support of the entire German left attacks a street event about persecution of Christians, claiming the organizers are 'racists', 'zionists', 'National Socialists' and more. German police didn't exactly show efficiency, and permitted the mob to drown out what was left of the planned musical event with infernal noise.

Includes speech by Robert Spencer (English) and two Germans.


• Video: Robert Spencer: "I used to believe in Muhammad"

KitmanTV, EuropeNews 6 June 2011

Robert Spencer, expert in Islamic history and ideology, was invited by Bürgerbewegung Pax Europa and Politically Incorrect for their "Great Islam-critical Weekend June 2nd - 5th 2011. In this lecture, he explains the context for the left wing street battles (Stuttgart June 2nd) and the Jihad, and how this indicates that the Jihad in Europe is entering a new phase.


Germany on the Brink

Human Events 6 June 2011
By Robert Spencer

In Stuttgart, Germany, last week, violent Leftist and Islamic supremacist demonstrators violently menaced anti-jihad activists – giving a sobering picture of where Germany, Europe, and the U.S. as well are headed if we don’t stand up and resolutely defend our freedom now.


Mosques as Barracks in America

American Thinker 6 June 2011
By Andrew G. Bostom

Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan represents the triumphant Janus-faced approach to the fundamentalist global "Islamic revival." He and his pious forbears have now completed dismantling Turkey's secular experiment, and achieved the full-throated re-Islamization of Turkish society, an insidious process begun already within the decade after Ataturk's death, in 1938. When currying favor with gullible Western audiences, Erdogan burbles disingenuous ecumenical platitudes about the "Alliance of Civilizations."


Video: Moderate Vs. extremist Islam

vladtepesblog 6 June 2011

Now I get it.

Extremist Islam believes in killing all the Jews, destroying Israel to make it a Muslim state and forcing all to live under Islamic rule.

Moderate Islam believes in killing all the Jews, destroying Israel to make it a Muslim state and forcing all to live under Islamic rule, set to music.


The Gaza Flotillas to Come: Some Ground Rules before Setting Out

JCPA 6 June 2011
By Alan Baker

* An ostensibly civilian, humanitarian flotilla was employed in May 2010 to demonstratively breach the Israeli naval blockade of the Gaza coast. This flotilla was organized by the Turkish IHH, which has extensive links to extreme Islamic terror groups. Provoking a confrontation with Israel continues to be the primary aim.


Islamist Calls for Slavery's Legalization

danielpipes.org 6 June 2011
By Daniel Pipes

Most Islamists prefer to avoid the subject of slavery, which is explicitly permitted in the Koran, but Salafis endorse this practice. Ali Al-Ahmed of the dissident Saudi Information Agency reports


Men should have sex slaves, says female Kuwaiti politician

The National  6 June 2011

KUWAIT CITY // Salwa al Mutairi, a former parliamentary candidate, said in a video posted on You Tube last month that sex slaves should be legal and prisoners from war-torn countries, such as


Al-Qaradawi: "[Moderate Muslims] Accept Offensive Jihad, and Attacking the Infidels in Their Lands"

Translating Jihad 6 June 2011

The following is a translation from an excerpt of Shaykh Yusuf al-Qaradawi's Fiqh al-Jihad, which was posted on IslamOnline.net. Here al-Qaradawi defends the position of those


"Serve husbands like first-class prostitutes," Malaysian women's group says

GlobalPost 6 June 2011

A group that urges wives to "serve their husbands better than a first-class prostitute" in order to avoid marital problems has reportedly angered politicians and women's rights groups in


UK PM David Cameron Wins Fight To Define Islamic Extremism As Those Advocating Sharia Law

Weasel Zippers 6 June 2011

David Cameron will emerge as the victor from a bitter cabinet battle over multiculturalism this week as the government unveils a hardline approach to tackling Islamist extremism. Home Office


Lille - An Islamic City

galliawatch 6 June 2011

Régis Guillem has posted an article at Notre Journal, a website with an emphasis on Algeria and the Frenchmen who lived, fought and died there. Guillem has written elsewhere about the scenes of



vladtepesblog 6 June 2011

The TT has been saying it for quite a long while now…. no one is safe from Jihadism. Finland just very well might have had it’s first attempted attack, the TT reported about a bomb


Turkey vetoes ex-Austrian foreign minister's OSCE candidacy

News.Az 6 June 2011

Ankara says cannot accept Plassnik's candidacy for OSCE chief. Ankara has vetoed the candidacy of a former Austrian foreign minister to be the secretary-general of the


Global Jihad Marches: Islam and Forced Conversion

Vin Ienco 6 June 2011
By Vin Ienco

I have been producing a weekly synopsis and articles on the global encroachment of Islam for about two years. In that time, a week hasn't passed without certain 'staples' of Islam perpetrated on

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