Five Reasons To Ban the Burqa

FrontPage Magazine  11 July 2011
By Daniel Greenfield

Belgium and France have banned the Burqa and the new Dutch government is considering doing the same.  Critics have charged that the ban is religiously intolerant, some even claim that it’s intolerant of women, but the truth is that the Burqa is dangerous to women. Both those who wear it—and those who don’t.


Video: Richard Dawkins "Islam Is One Of The Great Evils In The World" 11 July 2011
By Jonathan Harrell

Richard Dawkins is one of the most prominent author and rational thinker. Richard makes point like no other, he is also the founder of RDF and Out Campaign. Richard has left many muslims to convert and leave their Islamic faith. Dawkins has participated in many debates. He also mention Faith Freedom International in one of his best books "God Delusion.”


Pakistan's Christian 'Sex-Slaves': A Case Study

FrontPage Magazine  11 July 2011
By Raymond Ibrahim

Earlier we saw Egyptian preacher Huwaini and Kuwaiti political activist Mutairi call for the reinstitution of sex-slavery. Before dismissing their position as aberrant, that is "radical," for the record, here are respected Muslim scholar Majid Khadduri's thoughts on the matter:


Is The Fate of the Infidels Tied to the Buddhas?

American Thinker 11 July 2011
By Janet Levy

No fanfare and little notice marked the 10th anniversary earlier this year of the destruction of the 1,500-year-old Bamiyan Buddhas. These 6th-century stately statues carved into sandstone cliffs in central Afghanistan included one of the tallest standing Buddhas in the world. On March 12, 2001, the 180- and 121-foot Buddhas crumpled under dynamite set off by the Taliban -- the Islamist militia group ruling Afghanistan from 1996 through late 2001.


Honor Killings: The Scourge of Turkey

AINA 11 July 2011
By Palash R. Ghosh

Honor killings refer to the murder of people (primarily women) who have supposedly committed some act deemed to be a violation of honor.
Such acts may include marrying someone regarded as "unsuitable,” sex before marriage, demanding a divorce, a woman (married or unmarried) being raped, or even things as mundane and innocent as calling a radio station to ask for a song to be played on air, a girl seen talking to a boy.


Former Czech PM sued over statements on Islam

Prague Monitor 11 July 2011

Prague - Retired politician Milos Zeman, Czech prime minister in 1998-2002, faces a criminal complaint over the statements on Islam he made in June at an international conference on


Train Attacked in Marseille

GalliaWatch 11 July 2011

This story of an attack on a freight train in Marseille has been widely reported on the web. This version is from Novopress: In Marseille, as in many other French cities, crime is part of the


Carebecue Season In Oslo

Big Peace 11 July 2011
By Ned May

Our Norwegian correspondent The Observer sends his translation of a news story about the latest celebrations of cultural enrichment in Oslo. He includes this explanatory note: This newspaper


Britain declared main hub for Islamist terrorists across world

Yorkshire Post 11 July 2011

The UK is "something of a hub for the development of terrorists”. the Government’s former independent reviewer of terrorism legislation has warned. Lord Carlile QC said Islamist extremism


Debating Sharia law in the UK

IHEU member organizations One Law for All and the National Secular Society held a successful debate on Islamic law at the House of Commons on Tuesday 28 June 2011. The meeting, chaired by Jim


Video:Two Laws in the UK?

Winds of Jihad 11 July 2011
By Sheikyermami

At a demo yesterday in Middlesbrough, a member of the English Defence League was confronted by the police for wearing a face mask. He was told he was in violation of the law. As the video belowdemonstrates, he wouldn’t have been in violation of the law if he had worn a burqa — or even better, a face mask made from the Black Flag of Jihad (...)


Polygamous marriage valid in Lebanon but not under Irish law

Irish Times 11 July 2011

High Court Judgment was given on April 4th, 2011, by Ms Justice Elizabeth Dunne. Judgment The marriage of a Lebanese man and woman in Lebanon, which was potentially polygamous and later


Libya: Cold Gaddafi threatens to launch attacks on Europe 11 July 2011
By Ruth Sherlock

"Hundreds of Libyans will martyr in Europe. I told you it is eye for an eye and tooth for a tooth. But we will give them a chance to come to their senses," the Libyan leader said in an audio speech


Taliban Training Chinese Muslim Children As Young As Five To Wage Jihad In Terror Camps…

Weasel Zippers 11 July 2011

Baby-faced children aim AK-47 rifles as they train for war on British troops. They are being taught about combat even if they can barely hold the lethal weapons. Shocking video shows toddlers as


Thousands back Tulsa officer ordered to Muslim worship 11 July 2011
By Bob Unruh

Tens of thousands of Americans are lining up in support of a police officer in Tulsa, Okla., who was punished for refusing his department's order to attend an "Islamic proselytizing event" even as a


Britain's soft justice for islamic terrorists 11 July 2011

MOST Islamic terrorists convicted in Britain spend less than three and a half years in prison, a shock report has revealed. A third go free after no more than 16 months. And Britain is now a "hub


Radicalizing Home-Grown Muslims

American Thinker 11 July 2011
By Khaled Nasir

The Islamic terror threat is trending toward radicalization of the young and new converts in the Diaspora, getting them to join in armed struggle. What motivates young men and women, born or living


Egypt Unveiled

FrontPage Magazine  11 July 2011
By Jamie Glazov

FrontPage Interview’s guest today is Cynthia Farahat, a political activist and dissident in Egypt. FP: Cynthia Farahat, welcome to Frontpage Interview. I would like to talk to you today about a


Great darkness in Egypt

Ynetnews 11 July 2011
By Eldad Beck

UPPER EGYPT - Maha, an Egyptian merchant in her 40s, doesn't sleep well at night. Ever since the January 25 revolution, she is experiencing a difficult period. "In the first days of the mass


Europe rights court rejects cases against Swiss minaret ban

Expatica 11 July 2011

Europe's rights court on Friday rejected two cases brought by Muslims against Switzerland's constitutional ban on the construction of new minarets. The Strasbourg-based European Court of Human


UK Islamic radicals set to implement 'Sharia-controlled-zones'

Sify News 11 July 2011

Hardcore Islamists in Britain are set to kick off their new 'Sharia law enforcement zones' across the country, under which gambling, smoking, drugs and prostitution would be strictly


Obama Regime ready to sell 125 M1A1 tanks to Egypt as well as other weapons, equipment, parts, training, and logistical support

Weasel Zippers 11 July 2011

President Hussein doing everything he can to advance the cause of democracy throughout the Middle East. (Contentions) — While everyone in Washington was concentrating on the debt crisis this


Saudi Arabia's religion police step up crackdown on women drivers

World Tribune 11 July 2011

ABU DHABI — Saudi Arabia has again turned to its controversial religion police force to quell unrest. Opposition sources said Saudi Arabia has used its religious police to arrest


Imams call for sharia banks

Adelaide Now 11 July 2011
By John Masanauskas

ISLAMIC leaders want Australia to recognise sharia banking practices so Muslims can get interest-free loans for religious reasons. Some imams are also sceptical that the killing of Osama bin Laden


Australia: Muslim leaders want interest-free loans, other Sharia provisions

Jihad Watch 11 July 2011

There is no distinction within Sharia between what they're asking for below and the aspects of Sharia that are opposed to basic human rights. How will Muslims in Australia make that distinction? Or


Proposed Australian Law Would Make Muslim Women Lift Veil

Fox News 11 July 2011

CANBERRA, Australia -- Muslim women would have to remove veils and show their faces to police on request or risk a prison sentence under proposed new laws in Australia's most populous state that have


Video: Shaykh Safwat Hegazy: "Jerusalem Belongs to Us, and the Whole World Belongs to Us"

youtube 11 July 2011
By translatingjihad

In this video, popular Egyptian Shaykh Safwat Hegazy threatens Jews and Christians, and ultimately the whole world, saying, "Jerusalem belongs to us, and the whole world belongs to us." He states the Islamic caliphate will return, and that "every land upon which Islam has set foot will return to us."


Toronto Hindus angry over Muslim prayers at school

South Asian Link 11 July 2011

TORONTO: Friday namaz at a school in the Toronto suburb of North York has angered Hindu advocacy groups here, who want it stopped. The noon-time prayers for 400 Muslim students of the Valley Park


Bangladesh Islamists stage strike against dropping Allah from constitution

Reuters Blogs 11 July 2011
By Anis Ahmed

Police in Bangladesh Sunday fired tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse Islamist activists trying to enforce a nationwide strike over the removal of a Muslim phrase in the constitution, and

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