Mauritania: Human Rights Activists Accuse Islamic Jurisdiction of Legitimizing Slavery

American Thinker 29 May 2012
By Anna Mahjar-Barducci

Recently, the issue of slavery has taken center stage in Mauritania. In the beginning of May, a Mauritanian human rights organization decided to reopen the debate by denouncing the

 

Mosque projects are sometimes controversial

News form USA Today 29 May 2012
By Judy Keen

Mohammed Labadi has a lot at stake when the DeKalb City Council votes Tuesday on a request from the Islamic Society of Northern Illinois University to build a two-story mosque. Labadi, a

 

Boris puts ex on a task force for Muslims

Mayor Boris Johnson has invited his ex-wife, Allegra Mostyn-Owen, to become a member of City Hall’s Muslim Engagement Task Force. The invitation came hours after winning his second term as

 

Islamist vs. Secularist for Egyptian Presidency

FrontPage Magazine 29 May 2012
By Ryan Mauro

The votes have been counted and the results, though not yet official, are in: The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohammed Morsi came from behind to win Egypt’s presidential election and he will face

 

Christian woman sues ex employer over veil rule

ArabianBusiness.com 29 May 2012

A Christian woman has said she is suing her former employer after she was fired for refusing to wear an Islamic veil, according to a media report. Jordanian national Vivian Salameh, who

 

Video: Muslim Multiculturalism in Denmark - Radikale Islamiske Trussel i Danmark

youtube 25 May 2012
By theanti2007

OPENHAGEN, Denmark - On Mohammed's birthday, Denmark's Muslims marched to the city square under a banner that said "Islam is peace and love." But elements of Denmark's Muslim community have radicalized.

 

Violent Convicted Terrorist Bomber Given Million$ by Progressives Now Terrorizes Bloggers

Zilla of the Resistance 25 May 2012

In 1978, an Indianapolis town was terrorized by a series of bombings, including one at the local high school there.

The Speedway Bomber, Brett Kimberlin, had a long criminal history even before becoming a domestic terrorist and was suspected to have been involved in the murder of a woman who had objected to his inappropriate relationship with her pre-teen granddaughter. Extensive coverage of Kimberlin’s crimes and his eventual trial was provided by The Indianapolis Star; here is a brief summary of some of those events, via Breitbart:

 

The Turks Are Coming!

Gates of Vienna 25 May 2012

The European Court of Justice has overruled a series of Austrian restrictions on "family reunifications” as they apply to Turkish residents in Austria, essentially opening the floodgates to waves of new Turkish immigrants, without the Austrian government having any say in the matter.

 

Shariah4Holland: kids' gang or terror threat

Radio Netherlands Worldwide 25 May 2012
By Marco Hochgemuth

The radical Islamic organisation Shariah4Holland has caused a stir in the Netherlands. The movement is holding a conference in Amsterdam on Saturday and has invited Fouad ‘Abu Imran’

 

The Sexual Exploitation of Underage White Girls: If It's Not About Race What Is It About

The Huffington Post 25 May 2012
By Adele Wilde-Blavatsky

Race crime has been in the headlines again. This time, two reports of men from predominantly Muslim communities, sexually exploiting and raping underage white girls. In Rochdale, England,

 

Video: Another muslim video, this time demanding that all members of the German, ‘Pro-NRW’ be murdered, released on jihadi sites

Vlad Tepes 25 May 2012


The above version is straight. But I simply couldn’t let this go un answered. The version below contains a few choice graphics to sooth the Mustard mind.

 

"Feeding Hate": Islamic Separatism in Britain

Gatestone Institute 25 May 2012
By Soeren Kern

Leicester, one of the most rapidly Islamizing cities in England, has elected its first-ever Muslim mayor.

Abdul Razak Osman, an Indian-origin Muslim who was born in Kenya and who immigrated to Britain in 1971, was sworn into office during an elaborate investiture ceremony at the Leicester City Hall on May 18.

 

Sweden moves to outlaw forced marriages

The Local 25 May 2012

Anyone in Sweden who forces someone else to get married against their will can be sent to prison, according to proposed legislation presented Thursday which aims to criminalize forced

 

French Muslim group denounces mosque vandalism

WGME 13 25 May 2012

PARIS -- A leading French Muslim group says three mosques have been vandalized over the past week and is urging authorities to punish the perpetrators. The French Council of the

 

Dual nationality and burqa bans are still on the cards, says minister

DutchNews.nl 25 May 2012

It is up to MPs to decide whether to drop the proposed bans on dual nationality and the burqa, not the cabinet, home affairs minister Liesbeth Spies told parliament on Tuesday

 

FIFA doctors want safer headscarf designs

The News Tribune 25 May 2012
By GRAHAM DUNBAR

FIFA's medical advisers say new designs are needed because headscarfs worn by Muslim women players could lead to head and neck injuries. Michel D'Hooghe, chairman of FIFA's medical

 

Is It Still Possible to Question Islam

PJ Media 25 May 2012
By Robert Spencer

Is it "Islamophobic” to question whether or not the standard picture of Muhammad as depicted in Muslim texts is historically accurate?

Certainly many people think so, notably the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). The OIC is a fifty-six nation body (plus the Palestinian Authority) that, since the demise of the Soviet Union, comprises the largest voting bloc at the United Nations.

 

British Muslims’ body launches campaign to save ‘marriage’

Pakistan Daily Times 25 May 2012
By Asif Mehmood

LONDON: The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), the umbrella body representing Britain’s Muslims, on Thursday launched a campaign "to defend the institution of marriage”, in particular by

 

Jihadists Want to Restore Al-Andalus

Islam versus Europe 25 May 2012

Granada, Valencia, Sevilla and Córdoba, are named as terrorist objectives fr Al Qaeda. The Jihadist group, Ansar Al Din, has released an internal document which said the cities ‘which

 

Video: Dr. Wafa Sultan vs. Sheikh Omar Bakri: "Is there anything uglier than this shari'a on the face of the earth?"

Translating Jihad 25 May 2012

I was out of town last week, so I didn't have time to post this video until now. This clip comes from a 2-hour debate between ex-Muslim Dr. Wafa Sultan, and Sheikh Omar Bakri Muhammad, the former leader of Islamic terrorist groups Hizb ut-Tahrir and al-Muhajiroun.

 

HuffPo’s House Jihadi

Family Security Matters 25 May 2012
By ADAM KREDO

A devout Muslim who has praised Iran's Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and publicly branded all non-believers as mentally ill "animals" was recently hired to serve as the Huffington Post's political

 

Male circumcision unnecessary - surgeon

irishhealth.com 25 May 2012

Routine circumcision in male infants is a potentially dangerous and unnecessary procedure, according to a Dublin surgeon, who has dismissed the rationale for the procedure as unproven and

 

NJ official: NYPD Muslim surveillance legal

AFP 25 May 2012
By SAMANTHA HENRY

TRENTON, N.J. — New York City police did not violate New Jersey laws when they conducted surveillance of Muslim businesses, mosques and student groups, Gov. Chris Christie's

 

Why is Law Enforcement Covering up for Muslim "Hate Crime" Murderers

Atlas Shrugs 25 May 2012
By Pamela Geller

It has been over two months since Shaima Alawadi was bludgeoned to death in her own home in El Cajon, CA. The initial reports were that it was an anti-Muslim hate crime, and then it was

 
 

Iranians seek return of singer from Germany

NorthJersey.com 25 May 2012

TEHRAN, Iran — Iran's official news agency says protesters in front of the German Embassy in Tehran are seeking return of an Iranian-born singer who went into hiding after receiving

 

Gül criticizes leaders in Europe of ‘petty politics’

Hurriyet Daily News 25 May 2012

President Gül blames European leaders for leaning to far-right policies by engaging ‘petty politics.’ Gül also says it was risky but right decision to visit Armenian capital European

 

Irshad Manji's books banned

Malaysia Chronicle 25 May 2012

PETALING JAYA - Home Ministry has banned liberal Muslim author Irshad Manji's books titled "Allah, Liberty and Love" and its Malay translation "Allah, Kebebasan dan Cinta." Deputy

 

Fatah and Hamas Lie to Their People

Gatestone Institute 25 May 2012
By Khaled Abu Toameh

Over the past five years, Hamas and Fatah have lied many times to their people about ending their power struggle, which has resulted in the creation of two separate Palestinian entities in

 

Political Islam to complete takeover of Egypt, military permitting

The Times of Israel 25 May 2012
By Elhanan Miller

Hours before polls opened in Egypt Wednesday for the first free elections in 60 years, many in Egypt — and indeed in the Arab world at large — made plain their sense that they are

 
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