Muslim Women Developing Their Own Version of Sharia

Weasel Zippers 1 June 2011

An Arab Spring we can all get behind. Quick, somebody ask Obama how he feels about Muslim women standing up for themselves. Reutlingen, Germany – A Turkish woman set fire

 

UK delays release of anti-terror cartoon movie

Long Island Press 1 June 2011

LONDON — It was supposed to be a warning about the perils of joining the international jihad. But those behind "Wish You Waziristan” – a cartoon take on two young Britons’

 

Defense: Mumbai attacks witness lied to FBI, judge

Forbes 1 June 2011
By SOPHIA TAREEN

CHICAGO -- An admitted American terrorist who is the government's top witness in the trial of a Chicago businessman accused in the deadly 2008 Mumbai attacks repeatedly lied to

 

Muslims Stone Teen to Death for Entering Beauty Pageant

Fox News 1 June 2011

A would-be teen beauty queen was stoned to death after her participation in a Ukranian pageant reportedly infuriated local Muslim youths. Katya Koren, 19, was targeted by three fellow teens who

 

Video: Egyptian Shaykh: Jihad Is Solution to Muslims' Financial Problems

Translating Jihad 1 June 2011

In this short audio file, prominent Egyptian Salafi Shaykh Abi-Ishaq al-Huwayni explains that Muslims' financial difficulties are due to the fact that they have abandoned jihad. The solution? Go on jihadist raids a few times a year, and bring back prisoners, including women and children, which can be sold in the market like groceries to bring in extra income when times are tough.


 

'Muslim Brothers using mosques as party branches'

Jerusalem Post  1 June 2011
By YAAKOV LAPPIN

The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt is using mosques as the headquarters of its party branches, and the organization is gradually seeking to create a Shari’a-based state, former

 

Saudi Royal Family Organizes Fight against Arab Democracy

AllGov 1 June 2011
By Noel Brinkerhoff

Under the guise of combating instability in the Middle East and countering Iranian influence, the royal family of Saudi Arabia has taken military and diplomatic steps to reduce the

 

Two suspected Muslim militants killed in southern Philippines

Zamboanga City, Philippines - Two suspected Abu Sayyaf rebels were killed in a clash with government troops in the southern Philippines, a military commander said Wednesday. Five soldiers were

 

Malaysia Muslims warned off 'non-alcoholic' beer

FRANCE 24 1 June 2011

A Malaysian minister and a top cleric have warned Muslims not to drink flavoured beer billed as non-alcoholic after it was found to have some alcohol content. The minister for Islamic affairs,

 

Will Islam Destroy Itself?

Canada Free Press 31 May 2011
By Daniel Greenfield

In his address to congress, Netanyahu said that militant Islam threatens Islam. As if there were any such thing as a non-militant form of Islam. An ideology that was militantly expansionistic from birth. And yet that expansionism does threaten it.

 

Egyptian Islamo-Nazism and "Omar Amin” Von Leers

Right Side News 31 May 2011
By Andrew Bostom

Wednesday May 25, 2011 a group of Egyptians, led by founding member Emad Abdel Sattar proclaimed [3] the establishment of "a contemporary frame of reference” Nazi Party.

Sattar reportedly stated [3] that the party, whose founding deputy is a former military official, would bring together prominent figures from Egyptian society, and vest all powers in a "carefully selected” president.

"Omar Amin" von Leers: The Nazi Who Found a Haven in Egypt and Embraced a More Potent Ideology to Destroy the Judeo-Christian West—Islamic Jihad

 

Video: Ayaan Hirsi Ali Speaks at St. Gallen

Kitman TV 31 May 2011

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Ayaan Hirsi Ali (born in 1969) is Resident Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research in Washington D.C. In this position she is currently researching on the relationship between the West and the Islam.Besides, Hirsi Ali is Founder of the AHA Foundation that aims to protect the rights of women in the western world against militant Islam and tribal custom.

 

Hate speech trial of Dutch anti-Islam lawmaker ends with defence, prosecution in agreement

AMSTERDAM — Anti-Islam lawmaker Geert Wilders' defence has rested its case at his hate speech trial, calling for his acquittal in the name of free speech, justice and democracy. Wilders is accused

 

Mohammed: A Perfect Role Model?

The English Defence League have learned that Dutch MP Geert Wilders plans to make a film about the prophet Mohammed. It's about time the veil was lifted on the man that

 

Woman sets fire to man in mosque

The Local.de  31 May 2011

A Turkish woman set fire to a man in a mosque in southern Germany on Saturday. She says she acted out of revenge after the man raped her.The 36-year-old poured petrol over the 38-year-old man in a

 

Dutch anti-Islam politician 'never goes too far': lawyer

Expatica 31 May 2011

Dutch anti-Islam lawmaker Geert Wilders often "went far" in his criticism of the Muslim religion, but he never overstepped acceptable boundaries, his lawyer said in court Monday. "He goes far, but

 

Chechen-born man convicted of terrorism over Danish hotel bombing

Copenhagen - A Chechen-born man was convicted Monday of attempted terrorism over a botched bomb attack in Denmark last year. The Copenhagen district court was

 

Brit Muslims outraged over geneticist's 'first-cousin marriages risk birth defects' comments

Newstrack India 31 May 2011

London, May 30: A leading geneticist has sparked outrage in the Muslim community in Britain after he claimed that the practice of "inbreeding" or allowing cousins to marry each other in Islamic

 

Video: The EDL Demonstration in Blackpool

Gates of Vienna 31 May 2011

Below are two TV news reports about last Saturday’s English Defence League demonstration in Blackpool: The TV reporters fail to mention a particularly grisly aspect of the Charlene Downes case:


 

Bishop calls Islamic billboards offensive

A Catholic bishop has slammed controversial Islamic billboards for being "provocative and offensive" and he's calling for them to be removed from prominent locations across Sydney. The billboards

 

Muslims want second mosque in Sofia

The Sofia Echo 31 May 2011

The leadership of Sofia's mosque have said that the temple is now too small to hold the capital's Muslim community during Friday prayers and that the authorities should authorise construction of a

 

Muslim Convert Arrested In 'South Park' Case

NBC Montana 31 May 2011

Younus Mohammad, a New York native and Muslim convert charged with threatening the creators of the TV show "South Park," has been arrested in Morocco, according to the website he

 

Hay Festival 2011: Professor risks political storm over Muslim 'inbreeding’

Telegraph.co.uk  31 May 2011
By Jonathan Wynne-Jones

The geneticist said that it was common in the Islamic world for men to marry their nieces and cousins. He said that Bradford has a particular problem and warned that it could affect the health of

 

Europe vs. Minarets

Standart News 31 May 2011
By Martin Karbovski

The disputes among Bulgarians on the loudness of muezzins’ calls to prayer and the new mosques construction are heated but rather delated. The same conversations, protests

 

Foreign Office faces flak over axed counter-terrorism video

The Guardian  31 May 2011
By Shiv Malik

The Foreign Office has been accused of exposing teenagers to mixed messages over extremism and Islam by pulling a controversial counter-terrorism project halfway through

 

Russia's Tatarstan warns of radical Islam 'threat'

FRANCE 24 31 May 2011

Authorities in Tatarstan, a predominantly Muslim region of central Russia, have sounded the alarm about radical Islam spreading to a region previously praised as a model of religious tolerance. In

 

HSBC eyes Islamic services in Australia

Capital FM Kenya 31 May 2011

SYDNEY, May 30 - Banking giant HSBC said Monday it was thinking of introducing Islamic financial services in Australia where the government is keen to use such offerings

 

Iranian cleric: Suicide attacks are a duty for every Muslim

Ynetnews  31 May 2011

Ayatollah Mohammad Taghi Mesbah Yazdi, considered one of the radical Muslim clerics in Iran, published a religious edict on his internet site stating that suicide attacks

 

'Bradford is very inbred': Muslim outrage as professor warns first-cousin marriages increase risk of birth defects

Daily Mail 31 May 2011
By Tom Kelly

Inbreeding among British Muslims is threatening the health of their children, a leading geneticist warned yesterday. Professor Steve Jones, from University College London, said the common

 

Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi is ready to change, but not quit

Herald Sun  31 May 2011
By Imed Lamloum

SOUTH African President Jacob Zuma says Muammar Gaddafi is ready to implement an African Union plan to end the Libyan conflict, but has not said Gaddafi is ready to step down

 
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