Report: Bin Laden held Bosnian passport

B92 4 May 2011

A Banja Luka, RS, based weekly today writes that al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, shot dead on Monday, visited Bosnia-Herzegovina during the 1992-95 war there. He was in the Balkans "at least on


Meanwhile, Back in Copenhagen ...

Diana West 4 May 2011
By Diana West

It never rains but it pours. No sooner had Geert Wilders made his final appeal for the continued existence of free speech in the Netherlands, my good friend and colleague


Bin Laden death will not affect al-Qaeda

The West Australian 4 May 2011
By Samer al-Atrush

A founding member of Egypt's Islamic Jihad and friend of al-Qaeda's new chief Ayman Al-Zawahiri told AFP on Tuesday that Osama bin Laden's death will not affect the organisation and pleaded against


Does the Burqa Ban Mean France is a Catholic State?

David Horowitz's NewsReal Blog 4 May 2011
By Lisa Graas

At Two Circles, a popular site in India for Muslims, comes a curious article by Rehan Ansari. According to the site’s "About” page: We will not publish articles that is racist, sexist or


Video: Post Bin Laden Threat? Terror Arrests Relating To Sellafield Nuclear Plant In England

Liberties Alliance 4 May 2011

Anti tereor arrests have taken place in England near a nuclear power station. There are fears about a terrorist response to the elimination of Osama bin Laden, though there is no indication of a linkage reported at this stage.


The Hamas/al Qaeda/Fatah axis 4 May 2011
By Melanie Phillips

One of the most significant reactions to the killing of Osama bin Laden came from the Hamas leader in Gaza, Ismail Haniyeh. While much of the Arab world has been muted in its response or even


British Muslim Homophobia a Growing Problem?

Gayapolis News 4 May 2011

Britain's awakening to Muslim homophobia and anti-homosexual violence might have occurred when Oliver Hemsley, 20, a fashion student from Cambridgeshire, was viciously attacked


The Necessity of Israel

FrontPage Magazine 4 May 2011
By David Solway

As everyone knows, Israel is the one nation on earth whose right to exist is being constantly questioned and challenged. It is the disproportionate target of the United Nations


Forget Bin Laden, it'll be business as usual for Al Qaeda

Daily Mail 4 May 2011
By Correlli Barnett

So the man who spooked the United States for ten years has been shot dead in his bedroom by American commandos, with President Obama personally the voyeur of the killing


Video: Shaykh Wagdy Ghoneim: Osama Is a Hero and a Martyr, Obama Is an "Anti-Christ," "Liar" and "Apostate from Islam"

Translating Jihad 4 May 2011

This is an excerpt from a 15-minute video posted on YouTube, 2 May 2011, which contains Egyptian Shaykh Wagdy Ghoneim's comments on the killing of bin Laden. I may come back


Timeline of Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda's atrocities 4 May 2011

Al-Qaeda operatives, led by Osama bin Laden, have planned and committed dozens of attacks over the last two decades. August 1998: A van packed with explosives blows up


Bin Laden's Death Comes 10 Years Too Late

Spiegel Online 4 May 2011
By Gregor Peter Schmitz

America is celebrating the death of Osama bin Laden, and the nation is once again sure of its own strength. But aside from President Barack Obama, few people have reason to


Sudan releases Islamist opposition leader Turabi

The Canadian Press 4 May 2011

KHARTOUM — Sudan's Islamist opposition leader Hassan al-Turabi, who helped slain Al-Qaeda mastermind Osama bin Laden settle in Khartoum in the 1990s, was freed on Monday


Spain to boost security at embassies after bin Laden death

Expatica 4 May 2011

Spain said Tuesday it will tighten security at its embassies in North Africa, the Sahel region, Afghanistan and Pakistan following the killing of Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden by US forces. The


Video: Bin Laden unarmed during raid, White House says

France24 4 May 2011

Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden was unarmed when he was shot dead by US special forces, but he tried to resist and there was a "volatile firefight," the White House said Tuesday. The


Bin Laden death a 'strike at the heart' of terrorism, says Cameron

Independent  4 May 2011
By David Hughes and Emily Ashton

The death of Osama bin Laden was a "strike at the heart" of international terrorism, David Cameron told MPs. He hoped the news would bring a "sense of justice being served" to families of the


Video: Mosque Leaders Speak About Bin Laden's Death

WSMV Nashville 4 May 2011
By Larry Flowers

For the first time, the leaders of the controversial mosque that's being built in Murfreesboro are speaking out about the death of terrorist leader Osama bin Laden.They spoke with Channel 4 News


Egypt’s Brotherhood condemns Bin Laden killing as embassies increase security

Bikya Masr 4 May 2011
By Mohamed Abdel Salam

CAIRO: The Egyptian government declined to comment on Osama Bin Laden`s death on Monday, as the Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil El-Arabi said during a meeting with his British counterpart William


Osama bin Laden dead: Pakistan 'shared information about compound since 2009' 4 May 2011
By Damien McElroy

Pakistan on Tuesday denied any prior knowledge of the U.S. raid that killed Osama bin Laden, but said it had been sharing information about the targeted compound with the CIA since 2009. Damien


Video: Maine Mosque Vandalized Following Bin Laden Death

Gawker 4 May 2011

On Monday in Portland, ME the walls of the largest mosque in town were spray-painted with "Osama today, Islam tomorow [sic]" and other phrases, sometime following morning prayers on the day after American forces killed Osama bin Laden in Pakistan.


• President of Danish Free Press Society convicted for 'Racism'

Danish Free Press Society
3 May 2011

The President of the Free Press Society, Lars Hedegaard, was declared guilty of racist statements.

Lars Hedegaard was today found guilty of hate speech under Article 266b of the Danish penal code. The background is a good 35 minutes long interview to the site which Hedegaard gave in December 2009.


Geert Wilders: Final remarks at trial

pi-news 3 May 2011

Mister President, members of the Court. I recently tried to have Your Honors removed from the case for your refusal to register a statement of perjury against Mr. Hendriks.


Is Europe Doomed?

FrontPage Magazine 3 May 2011
By Jamie Glazov

Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Hege Storhaug, the information director of Human Rights Service in Norway and the author of several books on immigration and integration, forced marriage, women


Osama bin Laden is Dead

Family Security Matters 3 May 2011
By Adrian Morgan

Last night, at 11.35 EDT, President Obama announced that Osama bin Laden was killed in Pakistan. The full text of the speech (and video) can be seen on the White House website. The news brought


Timeline: Bin Laden's mocking messages since 2001

Reuters 3 May 2011

Osama bin Laden taunted and defied the United States in a series of audio and occasional video messages for nearly a decade after the attacks of September 11, 2001. Following are highlights from


Stop This Charade!

Gates of Vienna 3 May 2011

Below are the final remarks made by Geert Wilders at his trial in Amsterdam today, May 2nd, 2011: Mister President, members of the Court: I recently tried to have Your Honors removed


How Bin Laden Was Tracked to His Luxury Home

Spiegel Online 3 May 2011

Osama bin Laden was hiding not in a remote mountain cave but in the comfort of a luxury compound in Abbottabad, one of Pakistan's most beautiful cities, some 60 kilometers north of the capital


Osama Bin Laden, Prince of Terror

Spiegel Online 3 May 2011
By Yassin Musharbash

The US government hunted Osama bin Laden for 10 years after he claimed responsibility for the deaths of thousands in the 9/11 attacks. Now American forces have killed the


Social Democrats call for Swedish Muslim holiday

The 3 May 2011

Sweden's Social Democrats argued on Monday for a review of Sweden's public holidays, arguing that the country's Muslim community should also be recognised."It was a long time


Video: What's Next for the War on Terror?

Christian Broadcasting Network  3 May 2011
By Erick Stakelbeck

The death of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden is a major victory in the war on terror. Americans celebrated in the streets as families of 9/11 victims finally got closure. But what's next for the war? Al Qaeda is already promising retaliation, and there's also the question of whether a new leader for the terrorist group will emerge.

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