Wilders Expects Tensions in Coalition in 2012

Dutch News 17 October 2011

THE HAGUE, - Party for Freedom (PVV) leader Geert Wilders has warned tht the partnership with the conservatives (VVD) and Christian democrats (CDA) will come under much pressure next year

 

Algerian author scoops German book prize

Expatica 17 October 2011

Internationally acclaimed Algerian author Boualem Sansal Sunday received the annual German Book Trade Peace Prize and said that people everywhere were rising up against dictatorship. Sansal, 62,

 

Thousands sign petition for illegal immigrants

The Local 17 October 2011

The Swiss government has received a petition calling for it to regularize the status of undocumented foreigners living in the country. A coalition of more than 100 non-governmental organisations

 
 

Uganda: Hussein Obama Sends U.S. Troops to Wage Jihad Against Christians

Winds of Jihad 17 October 2011
By sheikyermami

Don’t believe the propaganda you’ll find about the Lord’s Resistance Army written in Wikipedia. They are freedom fighters in a civil war against Muslims. The last time I checked Uganda had a

 

My Walk Through the Valley of Death

Newsweek  17 October 2011

When I first arrive in Tripoli, long past midnight on a hot September night, driving in from the Tunisian border, the smell of burning rubber permeates everything. Near Fashloom, the first

 

Threats to Free Speech: A Tale of Two Terry Joneses

Islamist Watch 17 October 2011
By David J. Rusin

Within the span of several days, two news items concerning two Terry Joneses helped illuminate the different paths by which speech critical of Islam can be gradually extinguished. The pastor.

 

Video: Khamenei: For the West, the Dustbin of History

Gates of Vienna 17 October 2011

Vlad just keeps churning out the videos. Take a look at the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution in Iran, Ayatollah Sayyed Ali Khamenei, and listen to him talk about how the Western democracies will go the way of the USSR — Insh’allah:

 

Video: More Pallywood: The lady doth protest too much

Elder of Ziyon 17 October 2011

I had missed this video: In the absence of any sustained conflict, packs of photojournalists and freelance photographers have taken to covering the so-called "Friday demonstrations” staged weekly by Palestinians in East Jerusalem and the West Bank against settlements and the Israeli West Bank barrier.

The Ritual from Andrew Lampard on Vimeo.

 

Video: TSA Employee Disciplined, May Be Fired for Online Posts About Islam

Creeping Sharia 17 October 2011

The more Muslims there are in high-level government jobs, the more sharia-compliant it becomes. Video via Big Peace TSA Employee Disciplined For Anti-Muslim Comments Online; May Be Fired.

 

Iranian reports of retrial for apostate from Islam said to be "misleading"

Jihad Watch 17 October 2011

An update on this story. No tactic on Iran's part would be surprising. The prosecution of Joseph Nadarkhani is inherently unjust, and authorities have only become more desperate and deceitful as the

 

Bereaved families: Israel capitulating to terrorism

Ynetnews 17 October 2011
By Boaz Fyler

While Gilad Shalit's family celebrates the signing of the deal that aims to bring him home after five years in captivity, families of terror victims say that the prisoner swap agreement means "a

 

NYC Islamic center, utility in dispute over rent

eTaiwan News 17 October 2011

The developer of an Islamic cultural center near the site of the destroyed World Trade Center and the owner of the building are in a dispute over rent. Consolidated Edison owns part of a site that

 

Minnesota Terrorism Financiers Talked of Jihad on Recorded Phone Calls: "Jihad is Your Duty Brother”

Shariah Finance Watch 17 October 2011

Two Minnesota women, Amina Farah Ali and Hawo Mohamed Hassan, accused of funneling money to a terror group in Somalia, talked about collecting money for al-Shabab, supporting fighters instead of other

 

Italian priest shot dead in Philippines: police

MSN Philippines News 17 October 2011

An unknown gunman shot Fausto Tentorio in the remote farming town of Arakan on Mindanao island, police said. A "suspect suddenly appeared and without provocation shot the victim hitting his body",

 

‘Jirga’ orders marriage of minor brother and sister of ‘karo and kari’

The Express Tribune 17 October 2011
By Sarfaraz Memon

SUKKUR: The Ghotki police has yet to take action against the people who allegedly held a jirga in Gulzar Mahar village three days ago. It had ordered the eloping groom to marry his four-year-old

 

"There Is No Place for the Jew in Libya

Hudson New York 17 October 2011
By Shiraz Maher

The massacre of Christians in Egypt last weekend raises uneasy questions about the future of the Arab Spring and the direction in which it may now be heading. Sunday's protests were launched in

 

Pro-Gaddafi forces launch counter-attack in Sirte

FRANCE 24 17 October 2011

National Transitional Council fighters on Saturday were forced to retreat from positions they had seized on Friday under a barrage of rockets and shells launched by forces loyal to the ousted

 

Reports: Iran caught laundering up to $400 million

Elder of Ziyon 17 October 2011

The issue of alleged money-laundering in Kuwait is no longer a local concern, but it is raising alarm in other Gulf Arab and Western countries, sources said. The sources, Gulf Arab diplomats who

 

Morocco's problem: Freelance jihadis, not al-Qaida

CBS News 17 October 2011

RABAT, Morocco — After years of promoting jihad in online forums, Muadh Irshad was ready to take his fervor to the real world. "I spent beautiful years tasting hope and pain in these forums ...

 

Qatar gives Egypt half a billion dollars

Elder of Ziyon 17 October 2011

Egypt's finance minister, who has been negotiating with Gulf Arab states for financial assistance, said on Sunday that Qatar had given a grant of $500 million to support the budget which has

 

Tunisia Islamists set for big election gains

CBS News 17 October 2011

TUNIS, Tunisia — As the land that launched the Arab Spring heads into historic elections next week, all eyes are on the long-repressed Islamists — and whether a big victory for them will irrevocably

 

Woman set on fire by husband and in-laws

The Express Tribune 17 October 2011

KHANPUR: A woman was burned by her husband and in-laws for refusing to give him her money. According to police officials, Chak 1P resident Lateefan Bibi died after her husband and in-laws gagged

 

The United Nations and Human Rights Abuse

Hudson New York 14 October 2011
By Wafa Sultan

When I emigrated to the United States of America from Syria, another Arab country that today is undergoing a turbulent political earthquake, never did I imagine that one day I would stand outside the United Nations to oppose its perverted conference, to defend against its malicious attempt to single out Israel -- a country that I was taught to hate.

But here I am today, proud to stand for light in the midst of darkness. This darkness brought about by the multiple Muslim countries and their international enablers, who have dishonored the initial objective of the United Nations, only to vilify, and eventually to destroy Israel - the one and the only free democratic country in the entire Middle East.

 

The Islamization of London: A Photo Tour

FrontPage Magazine 14 October 2011
By Ned May

When I arrived in London in September it had been more than forty years since I had last spent any time in the city. If I hadn’t kept up with recent events through my British contacts, the changes would have been startling indeed.

 

Fjordman: Thank You, Everyone

Gates of Vienna 14 October 2011
By Fjordman

I don’t usually ask for donations online since I generally make my essays available on the Internet for free, and there are so many good bloggers and others out there who could use a few bucks at least as much as I do. But I am amazed and frankly quite touched by how many people are willing to donate some of their hard-earned money when I do ask for a donation. The response has been nothing short of astonishing.

 

The Trouble With Muslim Democracy

FrontPage Magazine  14 October 2011
By Daniel Greenfield

The ultimate symbol of Muslim Democracy may not end up being the purple fingers of the Iraqi ballots but the smoke from burning churches and dead Coptic Christians in Egypt. While Iraq was tenuously balanced between Shiites and Sunnis, Arabs and Kurds, there is no such balance

 

Muslim Hijab Sparks New Islam-Related Controversy in Spain

Hudson New York 14 October 2011
By Soeren Kern

A Muslim schoolgirl in Spain has been suspended from a public school in Madrid after refusing to remove her Islamic headscarf during an exam.

The girl's parents have filed a lawsuit against the school and the incident has reignited a long-running debate in Spain over the use of head-covering hijabs, face-covering niqabs and body-covering burqas in public spaces.

 

Our First Concession to Sharia Law: Slavery

Right Side News 14 October 2011
By Bryan Fischer

Our next president must be a man who uses the resources at his disposal to resist, reject and prevent the implementation of Sharia law anywhere, at any time, under any circumstances in the United States. Sharia law is already making encroachments in American culture in large ways

 

Destruction of Copts is Islamically correct

WND.com 14 October 2011
By Diana West

I am looking at a reproduction of an old engraving of Jerusalem's Church of the Holy Sepulcher. It is in Bat Ye'or's book "The Dhimmi," which collects primary documents from history to chronicle the impact of Islamic law on non-Muslims through the centuries.

What is notable about the image, which is based on an 1856 photograph, is that the church, said to be at the site of Jesus Christ's crucifixion and burial, has no cross and no belfry. Stripped of its Christian symbols, the church stood in compliance with the Islamic law and traditions of the Ottoman (Turkish) Empire, which ruled Jerusalem at the time.

 
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