Not All Fears Are Phobias

FrontPage Magazine 2 November 2011

The Freedom Center placed an ad, Not All Fears Are Phobias, in the UCLA Daily Bruin, which appeared on October 13, 2011. The background to the ad was an "Anti-Islamophobia Resolution” passed unanimously last spring by the UCLA Student Council. The resolution specifically sought to ban criticism of Islamic misogyny, Jew-hatred and terror, and specifically named David Horowitz as guilty of Islamaphobia. The Freedom Center responded with our ad (seen above and here) and caused something of a firestorm.  It was followed by a response, printed in the Bruin, of the campus J Street organization, which joined hands with the Muslim Student Association to attack our ad.


Video: Stakelbeck on Terror: The Coming Caliphate 2 November 2011
By Erick Stakelbeck

On this week's edition of the Stakelbeck on Terror show, CBN News examines the growing strength of global jihad and the possibility of a new Islamic caliphate.


Fire at French newspaper after Prophet issue 2 November 2011

Paris: Police say a fire has caused serious damages at the headquarters of a satiric French newspaper that "invited" the Prophet Muhammad as a guest editor this week. A police official said the


Turks and Kurds clashed in Paris 2 November 2011

According to the Turkish Hurriyet Daily News, a group of Turks held a protest action in Paris Bastille Square against Kurdish Workers’ Party (PKK) which acts in Turkey. At that time some Kurds


Immigrants against Switzerland

The Voice of Russia 2 November 2011
By Vesnovskaya Maria

Immigrants from Muslim countries demand that Switzerland change its flag. Many experts believe that such demands may raise the immigration problem in Western Europe, where the influence of the


French Magazine Again Risks Inflaming Muslims

A satirical French magazine has again raised the risk of inflaming Muslims. The publication called Charlie Hebdo – which outraged Muslims across France five years ago by printing inflammatory


Satirical French weekly names 'Muhammad' as top editor

The Local 2 November 2011

A French satirical weekly said on Monday it has named the Muslim prophet Muhammad as "editor-in-chief" for its next issue to celebrate the election win of Tunisia's Islamist party. The publication


Bosnia court orders detention for U.S. Embassy attacker

Reuters 2 November 2011
By Maja Zuvela

A state court in Bosnia ordered on Monday the detention on terrorism charges of a gunman who opened fire with an assault rifle on the U.S. embassy in the capital Sarajevo. Judge Nenad Seleda


Ill-planned terror attack on US embassy in Sarajevo

ISA  2 November 2011
By Anes Alic

The attack on the US Embassy in Sarajevo on Friday was a very awkward and ill-thought-out incident. A long radical Muslim attacked the newly built embassy in the city center, with additional


Model Vanessa Hessler Fired After Speaking of 'Passionate' Affair with Gadhafi’s Son

American model Vanessa Hessler might not have thought her relationship with Moammar Gadhafi's son could cost her so much. She got fired from her well-paid role as the face of an international


Bosnia sniper cooks for army MP after reunion in Commons tea room

Evening Standard  2 November 2011
By Craig Woodhouse

Almost two decades ago, Sam Kaltak was firing deadly rounds across the frozen battlefields of Bosnia where Colonel Bob Stewart was leading refugees to safety. Now the former sniper is cooking


France, Islam and the banlieues: a debate on the place of Islam and class in the suburbs 2 November 2011
By Michele Tribalat and Gérard Mauger

In an effort to allay concerns about Islam in France, policymakers and analysts have either tried to play down its importance or sought to blend it into the landscape. Islam is often portrayed as an


Satirical French magazine names 'Muhammad' as editor

BBC News 2 November 2011

French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo has named the Prophet Muhammad as "editor-in-chief" for its next issue to mark the electoral victory of Islamist party Ennahda in Tunisia. It will be renamed


Blackburn killers’ appeal rejected

Lancashire Telegraph 2 November 2011
Sam Chadderton

TWO murderers whose botched ‘honour killing’ plot killed an innocent couple have had their appeals thrown out by top judges. Hisamuddin Ibrahim, 22, who planned the arson attack at the home of his


Prophet Muhammad to be ‘Guest Editor’ of Charlie Hebdo, the French Satirical Magazine

International Business Times 2 November 2011
By Anissa Haddadi

In a highly provocative move, Charlie Hebdo, a well-known satirical French magazine has announced it has 'asked' the Prophet Muhammad to be a guest editor on its latest issue, in what appears to be a


Swiss Muslims Wear Yellow Jewish Star Badges as Protest

Israel National News 2 November 2011
By Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu

Swiss Muslims have offended both fellow Muslims and Jews by wearing yellow badges in the shape of a Jewish star, which Nazis forced on Jews so that they could be singled out for derision and


Germany should show much more solidarity with Turkey - Erdogan

News.Az  2 November 2011

Erdogan slams Merkel stance on EU bid, migrants. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has accused Germany in a newspaper interview of letting Turkey down by not doing more to support its


Neutrality No Option in Anti-PKK Fight, Turkey Tells Iraqi Kurds

Hudson New York 2 November 2011
By AK Group

Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has urged the Iraqi Kurds to cooperate with Turkey in its fight against the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK, saying Turkey will otherwise have every


Muslim Brotherhood taking over Middle East - expert

The Voice of Russia 2 November 2011
By Kudashkina Ekaterina

Interview with Valentine Columbo, Senior Fellow with the European Foundation for Democracy and Professor of the Geopolitics of the Islamic World at the European University in Rome. I think that


Plans for largest Mosque in Europe scrapped by French court  2 November 2011
By Katerina Nikolas

Marseilles - Plans to construct a Grand Mosque in the French city of Marseilles have been scrapped, as a French court annulled the construction permit. The Mosque was intended to cater to the


'Israeli children won't be part of Hamas’ Russian roulette'

The Jerusalem Post 2 November 2011

The Defense Ministry announced on Tuesday that it would reinforce school buildings up to 15 km. from the Gaza border by the start of the next school year, to protect pupils from rocket


MP given protection after visit to London mosque

The Jerusalem Post 2 November 2011

LONDON – A member of parliament described how he was ushered into a safe room at a London mosque by staff after receiving death threats by a group of extremist Islamists. Conservative MP Mike


Al-Qaida-linked Al-Shabab urges attacks in Canada

The Vancouver Sun 2 November 2011
By Stewart Bell

TORONTO — The al-Qaida-linked Al-Shabab has released an audio tape which called for attacks on Canada. The tape, that the Islamist extremist group said was a message from a Somali-American suicide


The Truth About Islam

AINA 2 November 2011
By Robert Spencer

Last Friday, a Bosnian Muslim named Mevlid Jasarevic walked up to the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo with a rifle and opened fire, terrorizing the city center until he was wounded by a police sharpshooter.


‘Nationalist’ Ulema Of India: Importing Wahhabism? – Analysis

Eurasia Review 2 November 2011
By Eurasia Review

Syed Babar Ashraf Kachochavi, the spokesperson of All India Ulema and Masheikh Board (AIUMB) in its Mahapanchayat (Conference) held in Moradabad (Uttar Pradesh) on October 16, 2011called upon the


Video: Price for kidnapping Israeli soldiers on the rise

Youtube 2 November 2011
By infolivetvenglish

A Saudi prince has offered a $900,000 reward to anyone who captures Israeli soldiers. Prince Khaled bin Talal told the Saudi satellite television al-Daleel on Saturday that the soldier would be set free in exchange for the release of all Palestinian and Arab prisoners incarcerated in Israel.


Professor criticised over links to Gaddafi's son leaves the LSE before publication of Woolf report 2 November 2011

An academic who described Colonel Gaddafi's son as having 'deep liberal values' has left his position at a university ahead of a report which is expected to be critical of its relationship with


Mosque that burned had received anti-Islam letters, leader says

Wichita Eagle 2 November 2011

WICHITA - A Muslim mosque in west Wichita that was heavily damaged by fire early Monday had received anti-Islam letters in recent months. Somebody also had begun turning on its outside water


Tunisia issues warrant for Yasser Arafat's widow Suha

BBC News 2 November 2011

Tunisian authorities have issued an international arrest warrant for Suha Arafat, the widow of the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat. The justice ministry said she is suspected of involvement


The moment man was publicly beheaded in a Saudi Arabian car park for being a 'sorcerer' 2 November 2011
By Oliver Pickup

Shocking footage has surfaced of a Sudanese man being publicly beheaded in Saudi Arabia for being a 'sorcerer'. Crouched on his knees and blindfolded, Abdul Hamid Bin Hussain Bin Moustafa al-Fakki

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