Somali who guarded Norwegian king killed fighting for Al-Qaida Al-Shabaab in Somalia

Tundra Tabloids 10 November 2011
By Lars Aker Haug , Tom Bakkeli , Dennis Ravndal and Morten Hopperstad

Norwegian-Somali was a model soldier with Norwegian friends.So he traveled to Somalia to fight for Allah. * 1984: Norwegian-Somali born in Burao in northern Somalia, today part of

 

Al Qaeda and Radical Islam Threaten Progress in Africa

Right Side News 10 November 2011
By Roni Drukan

As NATO formally ended its military campaign in Libya, Al Qaeda flag was proudly flying on Libyan roof tops. It was not flying just on ordinary roof tops – it was seen flying on the roof of

 

Over One in Three Young Moroccans Police Suspects

Dutch News 10 November 2011

THE HAGUE - In municipalities with many Moroccan residents, an average of 38.7 percent of the Moroccan youngsters and men aged between 12 and 24 have landed up with the police one or more

 

A French Lesson in Free Speech

WSJ.com 10 November 2011
By ANNE JOLIS

Shortly after the death of John Paul II, French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo led with a caricature of the Pope stumbling through an empty, Heaven-free afterlife. "Hello, is anyone there?" read his

 

Video: How is it racist to oppose a fascist ideology? Scenes from Vanguard

youtube 10 November 2011
Vanguard

In this scene from "Islamophobia," Tommy Robinson of the English Defence League takes "Vanguard" correspondent on a tour of the neighborhood where he grew up, which he says has been taken over by radical Islamists. The drive quickly turns into a heated argument with a Muslim man passing by who recognizes Tommy.

 

EU concerned on tensions between Turkey and Cyprus

Famagusta Gazette  10 November 2011

EU Commissioner Stefan Fule conveyed to Turkish Minister for EU Affairs and Chief Negotiator Egemen Bagis, European Union's concerns about the recent tensions in relations between Turkey and

 

Forced Marriages in Germany Becoming More Prevalent

Commentary Magazine 10 November 2011
By Michael Rubin

Immigration is good. When handled properly, it can rejuvenate societies; seize advantage from other nations’ brain drain to infuse expertise into key industries; and correct demographics to ensure

 

More than 3,000 faced with forced marriage in Germany: study

Expatica 10 November 2011

More than 3,000 women and girls in Germany, most from Muslim families and many of them minors, faced forced marriage in the course of a year, official research released Wednesday indicated. The

 

Video: Muslim Homeland Security Adviser Accused of Leaking Documents

Fox Nation 10 November 2011
By Erick Stakelbeck

As an advisor to the Department of Homeland Security, Mohammed Elibiary was given access to sensitive government documents. Now the Texas Muslim activist stands accused of leaking some of those documents to the media to spread charges of "Islamophobia."

 

Nidra Poller on the Charlie Hebdo bombing: it's no joke

Telegraph Bogs 10 November 2011
By Richard Landes

Nidra Poller has a piece on the Charlie Hebdo bombing in Paris well worth considering. The incident itself was a classic example of the effort to spread sharia to the West, especially in the form of

 

Pastor convicted for leaving Islam because "everyone is a Muslim”

Atlas Shrugs 10 November 2011
By Jack Minor

Increasingly, small-town newspapers are the last refuge of independent thinking and analysis in the dying newspaper industry. The Internet, the blogosphere, and talk radio are the only... that

 

Iran is building nuclear arms, say UN inspectors

telegraph.co.uk 10 November 2011
By Damien McElroy

In a leaked report, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said that credible evidence existed that Iran had carried out activities solely related to the construction of a nuclear

 

FIFA Doesn’t Want To Play Ball

English Defence League Blog 10 November 2011
By John McCrae

In Flanders fields the poppies blow The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. We are the Dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset

 

Dutch MPs Cancel Egypt Trip Over "Ethnic Cleansing” Row

BosNewsLife 10 November 2011
By Stefan J. Bos

AMSTERDAM/CAIRO -- A visit to Egypt by the Dutch parliament's foreign affairs committee has been canceled because lawmaker Raymond de Roon from anti-Islam Freedom Party (PVV) was refused

 

North Caucasus militants pose threat to Central Asia

Central Asia Online 10 November 2011
By Shakar Saadi

TASHKENT – With both the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) and North Caucasus (NC) militant groups suffering from devastating manpower losses, some Uzbek analysts and security officers project the

 

Texas Won’t Punish Anti-Muslim Handgun Instructor

FOX News & Commentary 10 November 2011

Case closed. The Texas Dept. of Public Safety will not revoke or suspend the license of a handgun instructor who ran a radio ad telling Muslims and non-Christian Arabs that he would not teach them

 

Islamist Violence Harms Muslims the Most

FrumForum 10 November 2011
By [RSS Feed for Peter Worthington] Peter Worthington

According to Ayaan Hirsi Ali, the reaction to the Paris fire-bombing of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo is another example of how fearful Western society is of offending Islamic

 

Britain: We Unequivocally Support the Rights of Cyprus to its EEZ

defencegreece.com 10 November 2011

British Foreign Secretary William Hague has said that his country supports fully and unequivocally the rights of Cyprus to its EEZ. He further noted that Britain welcomes the talks that have taken

 

Iran Wants More Trade, Visa-Free Travel With Armenia

YEREVAN -- Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi says Tehran wants greater trade and visa-free travel between Armenia and Iran, RFE/RL's Armenian Service reports. Salehi repeated in separate

 

Teaching Islam in South Sudan schools

Sudan Tribune 10 November 2011
By Luk Kuth Dak

Justin Maker Bol is one of my favorite people. He did what no other South Sudanese in the United States of America ( USA) has ever done. He’s his own boss. Besides, he is outspoken, smart and a

 

Father asked for help killing ‘stubborn’ daughter, trial hears

The Globe and Mail 10 November 2011
By ALLISON JONES

Weeks before three sisters were found dead in a car at the bottom of a canal, their father asked a relative for help to drown his eldest daughter, calling her a prostitute for visiting a library,

 

Same Sex Relations Can Lead To Extinction Of Humans

bernama.com 10 November 2011

PEKAN -- The Mufti of Pahang Datuk Abdul Rahman Osman said any activity which is opposed to Islam, especially same sex relations, can lead to apostasy. "Same sex relation is not

 

Malacca to amend laws to prosecute homosexuals

thestar.com 10 November 2011

ALOR GAJAH: Malacca will amend its state Islamic enactment to prosecute gays and lesbians by applying the same type of Syariah legal mechanism used against deviant Muslim sects. Chief Minister

 

Malacca to amend laws to prosecute homosexuals

thestar.com 10 November 2011

ALOR GAJAH: Malacca will amend its state Islamic enactment to prosecute gays and lesbians by applying the same type of Syariah legal mechanism used against deviant Muslim sects. Chief Minister

 

Video: Bill Warner "A warning to America"

EuropeNews 9 November 2011

 

Video: After Getting Firebombed, French Magazine Puts 'Gay Muhammad' on Cover?

Christian News 9 November 2011
By Ray Downs

Showing no fear after getting its offices firebombed soon after printing an issue ridiculing radical Islam, French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, has fired back with a cover depicting a gay Muslim man passionately kissing another man under the headline: "L'Amour plus fort que la haine," French for "love is stronger than hate."

 

Charlie Hebdo front cover depicts Muslim man kissing cartoonist

The Guardian 9 November 2011
By Kim Willsher

Its offices have been firebombed, its website hacked, its Facebook page suspended for 24 hours and its staff targeted with death threats, so you might have thought the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo would have tried – just for a while – to avoid upsetting anyone.

Mais non! After provoking all the above with last week's special edition "guest edited" by the prophet Muhammad, entitled Charia Hebdo, which took pot-shots at radical Islam, the publication is set to raise a few more hackles with this week's edition, published on Wednesday.

 

The worst form of censorship

The Spectator 9 November 2011
By Douglas Murray

A week ago, the offices of the French satirical paper Charlie Hebdo were burned down. This attack came after it advertised the founder of Islam, Muhammad, as 'editor-in-chief' of the new issue. The move was a light-hearted response to the very serious matter of the election of an Islamist party (the Ennahda party) as the leading party in Tunisia (a result which, incidentally, appears not to have greatly bothered most European media).

 

Flanders: Seven additional mosques officially recognized

Islam in Europe 9 November 2011

Geert Bourgeois, the Flemish minister for Internal Affairs, recognized an additional seven mosques on October 24th. Four of the mosques are in Limburg, two in Antwerp, and one in Ghent.

 
 
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