Moroccan Islamists condemn Marrakech terrorist attack

Rabat - Moroccan Islamist movements on Monday condemned the terrorist attack that killed 16 people in Marrakech last week, saying its perpetrators wanted to block democratic reforms in the


Osama bin Laden dead: Hamas condemns killing of bin Laden 3 May 2011
By Richard Spencer

While many Middle East leaders welcomed America’s military action, the mixed reaction across the region cast a shadow over both the "Arab Spring” and the future of talks between Israel and the


Ombudsman for Minorities denounces MP’s comments as racist

Helsingin Sanomat 3 May 2011

Finland’s Ombudsman for Minorities Eva Biaudet is asking for an investigation into comments by True Finns MP Teuvo Hakkarainen, which she considers racist and demeaning. Biaudet was referring


Bin-Laden: Al-Qaeda leader's death 'likely to increase attacks on US troops and diplomats'

Rome - Extremists are likely to step up attacks against US soldiers and diplomats in Muslim countries to avenge the killing of Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden by US special forces in


Bin Laden killing prompts Arab anger, relief

Yahoo News Canada 3 May 2011
By Samia Nakhoul

BEIRUT - Some Arabs mourned him as a holy warrior and martyr, while others saw him as a "pillar of evil" whose deadly attacks on the United States unleashed a backlash against Muslims


Video: Afghanistan: An Important Front in the Battle against Radical Islam

The following video, by American film-maker Evan Mark, should serve as a vital reminder of the efforts our service men and women are making to free the people of Afghanistan from the grip of religious extremism.

The Taliban- The TRUTH About The War In... przez evanmarkfilms


Germany, Austria open doors to EU's migrant workers

Christian Science Monitor 3 May 2011
By Michael Steininger

The doors to Germany and Austria have opened wider to foreign workers after the two European Union nations lifted restrictions on migrant laborers from Eastern Europe. On May 1, these last two


Hundreds join Quetta rally to honour bin Laden

QUETTA: Hundreds took to the streets of Quetta on Monday to pay homage to Osama bin Laden, chanting death to America and setting fire to a US flag, witnesses and organisers said. Angry


No Christening for One in Five Finnish Babies 3 May 2011

A total of 79 percent of babies born in Finland last year were christened, according to the newspaper Turun Sanomat. According to the report, the figure has fallen below the 80 percent mark for


Osama's Murder Just, Bulgaria to Keep Fighting Al Qaeda - Foreign Minister  3 May 2011

Bulgarian Foreign Minister Nikolay Mladenov has hailed the targeted killing of Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden by US forces. "The liquidation of the leader and inspirer of Al Qaeda is an act of


Hamas condemns killing of "holy warrior" bin Laden

Yahoo News Canada 3 May 2011
By Dan Williams

GAZA - The Palestinian Islamist group Hamas on Monday condemned the killing by U.S. forces of Osama bin Laden and mourned him as an "Arab holy warrior." "We regard this as a continuation


A Rosetta Stone for Ann Barnhardt

Gates of Vienna 2 May 2011Rosetta Stone: Ann Barnhardt
By Baron Bodissey

Last night I posted a video of Heidi, the young anti-jihad protester who has been called “the Ann Barnhardt of Germany”. Therefore it’s fitting that tonight’s subtitled versions of Ms. Barnhardt’s videos are in German.

The original videos, with a transcript, are posted here.

Also: the Spanish versions of the videos have been redone on a different channel. See the list below for a link to the post:


Full Video and Summary: Obama announcing the death of Osama bin Laden 2 May 2011
By Ryan Witt

Today President Obama went on live television to announce the death of the 9-11 mastermind Osama bin Laden.

Visit for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

The full video of the President's announcement can be seen to the left. A summary of the announcement appears below.


Is it Racist to Criticize Islam?

Citizen Warrior 2 May 2011

Is Ayaan Hirsi Ali a racist? She was born in Somalia, from which she escaped to avoid an arranged marriage, and she eventually became a member of Parliament in the Netherlands

She helped produce a film with Theo Van Gogh which criticized Islam's treatment of women. Van Gogh was shot to death by a Muslim in retaliation, and a note was pinned to his chest with a knife — a note that threatened Ayaan Hirsi Ali.

She made her way to the United States, and has since written two books critical of Islam: Infidel and Nomad: From Islam to America: A Personal Journey Through the Clash of Civilizations.


Why Muslim Military Shootings are Inevitable

Canada Free Press 2 May 2011
By Daniel Greenfield

Muslims see themselves as being in a permanent state of war with anyone who has ever insulted their honor in any way

The murder of nine Americans by an Afghan veteran air force pilot comes in the same week that Palestinian Authority police opened fire on Jewish religious worshipers headed to Joseph’s Tomb. Events like this don’t happen that often, but they happen often enough to remind us that how many of the men wearing police or military uniforms are straining at the leashes to kill us. When that leash snaps and they see an opportunity, the bullets begin to fly.


Fund the Truth About Islam or Lose the War of Ideas

FavStocks 2 May 2011
By Phyllis Chesler

One cannot tell the truth or venture one’s opinion about Islam or about Muslim behaviors without risking being slandered, heckled, censored, sued, impoverished, physically attacked, and, more rarely, murdered

And that’s for those of us lucky enough to be living in the free West. What happens to dissident and feminist thinkers and writers in Muslim-majority countries is far worse; their bravery continues to inspire me at a very dark moment in history.


The Myth Behind Multiculturalism

Family Security Matters 2 May 2011
By Nancy Kobrin, PhD, Joan Lachkar, PhD

Multiculturalism, although theoretically a great utopian idea is proving to be a recipe doomed for failure like mixing vinegar and oil

The world can no longer tolerate the increase of violence such as suicide bombings, roadside bombs and along with injustices felt to be foreign to their cultures, imposed on us. With these uprisings there is increasing efforts and more countries around the world are beginning to say "no” to multiculturalism, including saying "no" to the veil.


Turkey: Violence against women reaches level of "gendercide," Islamic supremacist government resists reform efforts

Jihad Watch 2 May 2011

Why is Turkey's AKP ruling party opposing efforts to protect women? Because the Qur'an directs men to beat disobedient women (4:34); how, then, is all this domestic violence any concern of a good, pious Muslim? "Domestic violence rings alarm bells in Turkey," by Safak Timur for Agence France-Presse, April 28 (thanks to all who sent this in):


Al Qaeda No.2 Zawahri most likely to succeed bin Laden

Reuters 2 May 2011
By William Maclean and Sanjeev Miglani

Egyptian-born doctor and surgeon Ayman al-Zawahri is al Qaeda's second-in-command expected to succeed Osama bin Laden following his killing in a firefight with U.S. forces


Expert: Obama Birth Certificate Released By White House Is A Forgery

work949 2 May 2011
By John L. Work

Osama bin Laden is dead. The President just made his speech, announcing to the world that the al Qaida mastermind has been dispatched by U.S.armed forces. CNN is making much of the


Al Qaida ordered suspect to carry out attack in Germany 2 May 2011

BERLIN: One of three alleged members of Al Qaida detained in Germany was ordered by a high-ranking member of the group last year to carry out an attack in the country, prosecutors said


Video: President of the United States claims that Osama Bin Laden is not a Muslim.

vladtepesblog 2 May 2011

CORRECTION: I listened to it again and Burak said "…is not a Muslim leader…” which begs the question, why is the US going to make sure the body is handled in strict adherence to the sharia? Well, I guess that kills any rumours that Obama is a Muslim.


Al-Qaida suspects seized with explosives

The  2 May 2011

German police on Friday detained three alleged members of al-Qaida, federal prosecutors said, as a report said they had been plotting attacks in Germany.The prosecutor's office


Osama bin Laden: The Most Wanted Man Ever 2 May 2011
By Kate Zernike, Michael T Kaufman

New Delhi: Osama bin Laden, who was killed in Pakistan on Sunday, was a son of the Saudi elite whose radical, violent campaign to recreate a seventh-century Muslim empire redefined the threat of


Dearbornistan, The Fall Of America!

Liberties Alliance 2 May 2011

Los Angeles (CA)-Rabbi Shifren will address the Redding Tea Party on May 2, 2011, at 6 PM. He will discuss his recent trip to speak at the biggest mosque in the United States, Dearborn, Michigan.


Dubai to increase Islamic Finance products to France

Zawya 2 May 2011

Engineer Saed Al Awadi, CEO of Dubai ExportsDubai , commented, "The principle aim of this trade mission is to ensure that our firms are able to capitalize on global opportunities in the sector.


Video: Osama bin Laden, the face of terror, killed in Pakistan

The most prominent face of terror in America and beyond, Osama bin Laden, has been killed in Pakistan, U.S. officials said Sunday night. Bin Laden was the leader of al Qaeda, the terrorist network behind the September 11, 2001, attacks on the United States. U.S. officials said that their forces have the body of bin Laden.


CIA Part of Investigation of 'Düsseldorf Cell'

Spiegel Online 2 May 2011

Security officials in Germany arrested three suspects who may be linked to al-Qaida on Friday. The men could be the first group connected to the international terrorist group to be


Germany: al Qaeda militant, 3 suspects planned attacks

A "high-ranking" al Qaeda member in Afghanistan had planned major terror attacks in Germany with at least three recruits who were recently arrested, German authorities said Saturday. The


Anger at football race quota claims

The Connexion 2 May 2011

CLAIMS that French football bosses want to cut the number of blacks and Arabs in Les Bleus have prompted sports minister Chantal Jouanno to demand an explanation.

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