Virtual US embassy in Iran is blocked a day after it went online 8 December 2011

Residents of Tehran say that a web-based U.S. "embassy” to Iran has been blocked by the authorities, less than a day after it went online. The English- and Farsi-language website, designed by


Egypt Islamists claim most seats in election runoff 8 December 2011

Cairo -- Egypt's Islamists claimed victory in the first round of parliamentary elections since President Hosni Mubarak was forced out of office in February. The relatively moderate Muslim


The horrific moment suicide bombers at Afghan shrine killed 59 people celebrating religious festival

Mail Online 8 December 2011

At least 59 people have been killed in rare sectarian bombings on civilians in Afghanistan. The two blasts, targeted at Shiite worshippers, occurred during a festival known as Ashoura, and were


Mauritanian Salafists demand 'morality police' 8 December 2011
By Raby Ould Idoumou

A group of protestors last Friday gathered in mid-town Nouakchott to decry what they called "rampant vice" and "infringement of youths' morals" in Mauritanian society. Members of a previously


One Rule for Them, One Rule for Us

Gates of Vienna 7 December 2011
By Paul Weston

Paul Weston’s latest essay concerns the two-tier system of justice in the United Kingdom, as evidenced by the slap on the wrist given to a gang of Muslim girls for viciously assaulting an indigenous English girl.

One Rule for Them, One Rule for Us
by Paul Weston

Someone holding governmental authority badly needs to tell the British public why there appears to be one rule for them, and one rule for us, when it comes to racially aggravated crime and murder.


The Poison of Multiculturalism

FrontPage Magazine 7 December 2011
By Bruce Bawer

If you want a pretty good example of just why multiculturalism is so poisonous, here’s one for you.

I live in Norway.  Here, as elsewhere in Europe, there reside innumerable immigrants from the Muslim world who despise Western values, reject sexual equality, and affirm primitive patriarchal codes and concepts of "honor” that condemn people (mostly females) to death for infractions that neither you nor I would even recognize as infractions.  Nonetheless these individuals enjoy Norwegian residency, and in some cases Norwegian citizenship, which some of them were granted because they claimed asylum (most likely on specious grounds, as demonstrated by the fact that many, if not most, of them return regularly to the countries from which they supposedly "fled”), and which others were granted because they married Norwegian residents (usually their own cousins, whom they married for no other reason than to acquire Western residency).


People Like Fjordman

Gates of Vienna 7 December 2011

Note from the Baron:

A full-court press by the Norwegian media is currently underway to assign Fjordman at least partial responsibility for the Oslo massacre. This process is not limited to Norway: it is going on simultaneously in other countries, including Sweden and the Netherlands.

Please publicize what is described here in as many languages as possible. This must become common knowledge far beyond the borders of Norway.


"Rape” fatwa: When will the "Israel made them do it” excuses start? 7 December 2011
By J.E. Dyer

It’s a bizarre, and telling, concatenation of contemporary events.  The series of happenings starts on the web forum of Jordanian "protector of jihad” Muhammad al-Maqdisi.  The forum is called Minbar al-Tawhid wa-l-Jihad (Pulpit of Monotheism – "unity of God” – and Jihad), and its purpose is to defend proper jihad against the bad name it has been given by groups like al-Qaeda.


German convicted of al Qaeda recruiting 7 December 2011

Berlin: A Munich court has found a 31-year-old German man guilty of recruiting members for al Qaeda and supporting the terror group by spreading propaganda videos online. The state court today


Court Forbids Muslim Student from Praying in Berlin School

FrontPage Magazine 7 December 2011
By Stephen Brown

Germany’s leftist school teachers are breathing a tremendous sigh of relief – at least for the moment – due to a court ruling last week that forbids a Muslim student from praying in his Berlin


Union of Good Says Turkish Prime Minister Invited Hamas Prime Minister To Turkey; Pledges $300 Million For Hamas

A Union of Good website is reporting that Turkish Prime Minister Receb Tayyip Erdogan has sent a letter to the Hamas Prime Minister inviting him to visit Turkey and pledging $300 million to the Hamas


Three charged in Sweden with conspiring to kill cartoonist

Reuters 7 December 2011
By Robert Woodward

Three people have been charged with plotting to murder a Swedish cartoonist whose depiction of the Prophet Mohammad stirred Muslim outrage around the world, the Swedish Prosecution Authority said


Swedish reporter gets chummy with Salafist interviewees

Elder of Ziyon 7 December 2011

Swedish public radio's correspondent in the Middle East, Cecilia Uddén, did some heavy-hitting investigative journalism to get to the bottom of what the newsly powerful Salafists in Egypt


Outcry in The Hague over ‘pedo imam’

Labour Party MP Ahmed Marcouch wants to bar imam Mohamed al-Maghraoui from entering the Netherlands. The controversial Moroccan imam has been invited to attend a conference in the As Sunnah mosque


Jewish teenagers in Belgium quit their schools because of anti-Semitism

EJP 7 December 2011

BRUSSELS ---Like every Friday, as part of the day school activities, 13-year-old Oceane Sluijzer goes to the sport training center in Neder-Over-Hembeek, a Brussels suburb, where she plays


MPs in favour of banning ‘pedo imam’

A majority in the lower house of parliament is opposed to granting a visa to the controversial imam Mohamed al-Maghraoui. He caused an uproar in 2008 when he issued a fatwa approving forced


Girl gang who kicked woman in the head while yelling 'kill the white slag' freed...

Mail Online 7 December 2011
By Andy Dolan and Katherine Faulkner

A gang of Muslim women who attacked a passer-by in a city centre walked free from court after a judge heard they were ‘not used to being drunk’ because of their religion. The group – three


First police cadet with headscarf in Sweden

World Bulletin 7 December 2011

Donna Eljammal (26) is Sweden's first police cadet with a headscarf, Metro Se reported. She had wanted to join the police long before she started wearing a hijab. "Ever since I was little. I


Diana West: Latrine directive another step on path to Islamification

Galesburg 7 December 2011

GALESBURG — Having written countless columns and blog posts arguing that the see-no-Islam counterinsurgency strategy (COIN) has led to failure in two wars in the umma (Muslim world) and the


Murdered Girl Was Victim of Pakistani Sex Grooming Gang

Islam versus Europe 7 December 2011
By Cheradenine Zakalwe

A teenager murdered after she brought "shame” on the British Pakistani family of a young man with whom she was having sex had been groomed from the age of 12 to be used for sex by adults, The


BBC myths

Jerusalem Post 7 December 2011

The BBC’s recent effort to do away with "Arab Spring myths” is rather remarkable: it’s a very short piece that, in my opinion, doesn’t really bust any myths but instead perpetuates some of the


Jessica Mokdad Human Rights Conference in Dearborn, Michigan

Answering Muslims 7 December 2011

Laying the differences between Muslims and non-Muslims aside, there is no question that major human rights violations are accepted in many Muslim communities (e.g., more than ninety percent of honor


Donna, 26, Sweden's first police recruit in hijab

The Local 7 December 2011
By Rebecca Martin

Sweden’s first veiled police recruit, Donna Eljammal, 26, does not regard her traditional Muslim hijab as a hindrance but rather an asset for her future career within the Swedish police force. ”If


Powerful Islamist Minority in Canada

FrontPage Magazine 7 December 2011
By Ryan Mauro

A recent survey by the Macdonald-Laurier Institute shows a frightening amount of extremism within the Canadian-Muslim community. A significant minority support terrorist groups and establishing a


Obama's Shariah-protection racket

WND 7 December 2011

Obama administration lawyers stated Thursday that American citizens are legitimate military targets if they're waging war against the United States. This came just a day after it was revealed that


Flanders: Poor Dutch skills among Turks, Moroccans

Islam in Europe 7 December 2011

Flemish Turks and Moroccans have poor Dutch, according to a new book by professor Johan Ackaert (Hasselt University) about the integration of immigrants. 25% of Flemish Turks and 20% of Moroccans


Vic man sentenced to 500 lashes by Saudis

An Australian man has been sentenced to 500 lashes and a year in jail in Saudi Arabia, with his family fearing he won't survive the punishment. Mansor Almaribe, from the Victorian town of


Veena Malik vs. Pakistan: Nude Pictures Are Tip of the Iceberg

Gather 7 December 2011
By Renee Shah

Her nude photo scandal with FHM magazine may be what finally made her famous in the west but Veena Malik was no stranger to controversy well before she appeared naked on the Indian men's


Using Islam to counter jihad in southern Thailand 7 December 2011
By Andrea Wenzel

A group of men, most wearing Muslim prayer caps, stand at attention. At the front of the room, an imam leads the group as they shout, "I will sacrifice everything, even my own life, to protect the

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