20,000 turn out to mourn three Asian men mown down in Birmingham riots

Mirror.co.uk  19 August 2011
By Mark Ellis

HEADS bowed in silent prayer, around 20,000 people yesterday paid their last respects to three young Asian men who died protecting their community from looters. Husbands and fathers choked back


Suicide blasts target British Council in Kabul

Expatica 19 August 2011

At least three people were killed as a wave of suicide explosions rocked a British cultural centre in Kabul Friday, a public holiday marking Afghanistan's independence from Britain in 1919. Four


Sharia Courts in Britain

Ottawa Citizen Blogs 19 August 2011
By Aisha Sherazi

The Citizen ran an article recently, republished from the Telegraph about Sharia Law in Britain. I don’t blame people for wondering, what is Sharia Law anyway? Everyone seems to talk about it


Cork city councillor calls for ban on burkas and hoodies

IrishExaminer.com 19 August 2011
By Sean O’Riordan

COUNCILLORS in Cork city will be urged to support a motion calling on the Justice Minister to ban burkas and give gardaí the power to order youths to remove their hoodies. The controversial


The Netherlands condemns attacks in Israel

Expatica 19 August 2011

Dutch Foreign Minister Uri Rosenthal has condemned the attacks in Israel "in the strongest terms”. He said it was important "to maintain calm and determine all the facts”. Militants, thought to be


ElBaradei to exchange ideas with expats on Germany trip

Al-Masry Al-Youm 19 August 2011

Egyptian presidential hopeful and former International Atomic Energy Agency Director Mohamed ElBaradei left Cairo Thursday for a two-day visit to Munich, Germany. State-owned Al-Ahram's website


Australian state extends burka law

Radio Australia News  19 August 2011

New laws allowing Australian police, from the state of New South Wales, to demand the removal of face coverings for identification will be extended to prison and court officials. The state


Trial of nine terror bomb suspects adjourned in Morocco

Expatica 19 August 2011

The trial in Morocco of nine suspects in a bomb attack in Marrakesh, which killed 17 people in April, including eight French nationals, was adjourned Thursday until September 22. With the suspects


Who wants to be a Muslim Mr Tarrant? TV show host's daughter converts to Islam

Daily Mail  19 August 2011
By Richard Kay

One question that host Chris Tarrant will definitely not be asking contestants during his latest celebrity Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? marathon on ITV over the weekend is: ‘Which famous television


UK: Imprisoned jihadists complain that prison walls too high, inspectors agree with them

Jihad Watch 19 August 2011

The poor jihadi dears might get claustrophobia, doncha know. Absurd Britannia Update: "Our prison walls are too high to look over, moan terror suspects," by Jack Doyle in the Daily Mail, August 18


Swiss recall ambassador to Syria

Expatica 19 August 2011

Switzerland is recalling its ambassador to Syria and has condemned the violence perpetrated by Syrian forces against civilians. "The actions of the Syrian security forces are not acceptable. For


Video: Academic conference seeks to normalize pedophilia

Blazing Cat Fur 19 August 2011

I checked, it is not April Fools.

Brian Lilley & John Robson On The Effort To Normalize Pedophilia, plus a discussion on the sexualization of children - Lingerie for 4 year olds


Egypt: Special troops hunting Bin Laden doctor in Sinai

ANSAmed 19 August 2011

Special troops from the Egyptian army and police have been drafted in for a vast military operation entitled "Eagle", which began yesterday in the north of the Sinai peninsula. The operation is


Turkish planes bomb Kurdish rebels in Iraq

Africasia  19 August 2011

Turkish planes bombed Kurdish PKK positions in northern Iraq for a second night Thursday, the rebels and news agencies said, hours after Ankara vowed new tough measures to counter the outlawed


Imam faces sex-assault charges in Toronto

Montreal Gazette 19 August 2011

A Toronto imam who has lived in numerous countries is facing 13 charges as part of a sexual assault investigation, and police are appealing for more potential victims to come forward. Mohammad


British, French, German leaders urge Syria's President Assad to resign amid crackdown

Newser 19 August 2011

EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said in a statement Thursday that "the EU notes the complete loss of Bashar al-Assad's legitimacy in the eyes of the Syrian people and the necessity for him


Hamas Bans Gaza Students from US Scholarship

undhimmi.com 19 August 2011

Wonder why that might be? Islamist group refuses to allow eight students with scholarships to leave Gaza for year in US, Palestinian rights group says. A Palestinian human rights group is


Member of Jihadi Forum Calls to "Cut Off the Tongue" of David Letterman

MEMRI 19 August 2011

On August 17, 2011, a member of the jihadi forum Shumoukh Al-Islam using the handle "'Omar Al-Basrawi" ('Omar from Basra, Iraq) posted a message calling on American Muslims to assassinate late


Headquarters of Malaysian opposition hit by suspected act of arson: party chairman

The China Post 19 August 2011

KUALA LUMPUR -- The state headquarters of a Malaysian opposition party suffered what police suspect was an arson attack on Thursday, as the country braces for expected fresh elections. The


Egypt: Jooz Tried To Make Our Women Infertile – With Shampoo

undhimmi.com 19 August 2011

More raving paranoid antisemitism from the home of raving paranoid antisemitism: Egypt’s Al-Ahram daily claims Israeli Ofir Harrari accused of spying for Israel, devised to sell Egypt hair


Liberal intellectuals are frightened of confronting Islam's honour-shame culture

Telegraph.co.uk 18 August 2011
By Richard Landes

A recent series of polls indicate that European public opinion is substantially concerned by the increasingly aggressive Islam that their substantial immigrant populations have taken to expressing. To quote Soeren Kern, Senior Fellow for Transatlantic Relations at the Madrid-based Strategic Studies Group:


Liberals Aren't Funny, They're a Riot!

Human Events 18 August 2011
By Ann Coulter

Like you, I've been horrified by the eruptions of mob violence around the globe this summer. But having spent the last two years researching and writing a book about mobs, I'm also grateful to the ruffians for taking to the streets so soon after my book was released.


Whitewash in the White House

Gates of Vienna 18 August 2011

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation is six years into a ten-year crusade struggle against what it calls "Islamophobia”. It has set up an Islamophobia Observatory to keep an eye on those who oppose Islam, and issues both quarterly and annual reports on the progress of its work.

Back in June the foreign ministers of OIC member states met for a three-day session in Kazakhstan and hammered out a series of resolutions which were published as "Resolutions on Legal Affairs Adopted by the 38th Session of the Council of Foreign Ministers (Session of Peace, Cooperation and Development) Astana, Republic of Kazakhstan) 28-30 June 2011” [pdf]. As you can imagine, this document is a dreadful load of deadly-dull bureaucratic boilerplate, and very handy bedtime reading for insomniacs.


Spain arrests al-Qaeda in Islamic Maghreb suspect

BBC News 18 August 2011

Spanish police have arrested a Moroccan man they say is linked to al-Qaeda's North African offshoot, al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM). Abdellatif Aoulad Chiba, 37, is suspected of


More Islamist Mischief Aimed at Albanian Muslims

The Weekly Standard 18 August 2011

Arid Uka, 21, a German-Albanian Muslim who killed two U.S. servicemen and wounded two more at Frankfurt Airport on March 2 of this year, will go on trial in a German court beginning August 31, on two


French businessman to sue France, Belgium over burqa ban

The Express Tribune 18 August 2011

BRUSSELS: A French businessman paid fines Wednesday for two women in Belgium who wore full-face veils in public and said he would take Belgium and France to court over laws banning Muslim niqabs and


Video: Firemen in Sweden are attacked by Muslim immigrant youth making 'no go zones'

MRCTV 18 August 2011

This is an older clip, but one of the more important ones I lost with my youtube channel. A lot of work went into the translation and subtitling of this clip and its quite an important look at how modern cities are taken over by Muslims.


Germany appoints first woman ambassador to Bahrain

gulfnews.com  18 August 2011
By Habib Toumi

Manama: Ambassador Sabine Taufmann has become the first German woman to head her country’s diplomatic mission in Bahrain. The ambassador presented her credential papers to King Hamad Bin Eisa Al


Al Jazeera Shoots Documentary on Icelandic Muslims

Iceland Review On 18 August 2011

Arabian television station Al Jazeera is currently making a documentary on the lives of Icelandic Muslims which will be aired in December. The documentary features how Muslims honor Ramadan at the

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