Star of David Carved on Infidel’s Back in St. Louis

Pajamas Media 7 October 2011
By Jamie Glazov

A certain Arab author by the name of Mr. Alaa Alsaegh, an immigrant to the U.S. from Iraq, was attacked on August 14, 2011, by Muslims in the streets of St. Louis, Missouri. They stabbed him and


Arabs Offer Israel Peace: The Peace of the Grave

Family Security Matters 7 October 2011
By Victor Sharpe

Remember the Roadmap that Condoleezza Rice and President Bush had earlier forced upon Israel? Well it is still alive and the Obama regime and the Quartet continue imposing what history will recall as


Video: Watch the Video: The 1973 Yom Kippur War 7 October 2011

On October 6, 1973, Egypt and Syria launched a coordinated surprise assault against Israel On October 6, 1973, which was Yom Kippur (the holiest day of the Jewish year), Egypt and Syria launched a coordinated surprise attack against Israel, with Egyptian forces crossing the Suez Canal and Syrian forces entering the Golan Heights.


Police seek more multicultural officers 7 October 2011

Efforts are underway in Helsinki to attract more people of immigrant background into the ranks of police and firemen. Only a handful of non-ethnic Finns currently serve in Finnish law


PLO ambassador in Brazil: "Israel must disappear"

Elder of Ziyon 7 October 2011

From Reinaldo Azevedo in Veja-Brazil, Brazil's most popular magazine: Imagine the scandal if an Israeli diplomat said: "The Palestinian Authority should disappear.” On Friday, Alzeben Ibrahim,


US Meets with the Muslim Brotherhood

FrontPage Magazine 7 October 2011
By Rick Moran

US government officials have had a meeting with members of the Egyptian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood?, according to several recent reports in the media. The website Bikyamasr reports that high


Counter-Terrorism, Common Sense and Words of Wisdom

Family Security Matters 7 October 2011
By John Miller

The very nature of all intelligence work is its fluidity and unpredictability. What can be taken as stone cold fact and held to be true at the time, in retrospect and in future projections does not


Turkish Parliament to Vote on Cross-Border Raids

Hudson New York 7 October 2011

The Turkish Parliament will vote Wednesday on whether to extend a mandate permitting military action against the Kurdish militants in northern Iraq, amid mounting opposition criticism of government


Honor, Shame, and Murder: Islam In America

Daily Pundit 7 October 2011
By Bill Quick

If Florida law enforcement agencies are reluctant to investigate and aggressively pursue charges in the context of honor killings for fear of reprisal, it means that we are effectively being governed


Iran's Well-Attended "International Conference on the Palestinian Intifada"

Hudson New York 7 October 2011
By Khaled Abu Toameh

Members of the United Nations Security Council and General Assembly should take into consideration the high probability that Iran and its proxies might one day take control over the future


NYPD Didn't Unfairly Spy on Muslims, Says NYPD

New York Magazine  7 October 2011

So how did today's City Council meeting, held in light of recent reports alleging that the NYPD spied on pretty much every single Muslim in New York, go? Not well — especially for police


Al Qaeda propagandist killed in Yemen airstrike went to high school on Long Island 7 October 2011

An al-Qaeda propagandist killed last week in a U.S. airstrike in Yemen went to a high school on Long Island. Newsday reports on its website Thursday that 25-year-old Samir Khan lived in Westbury


Egypt’s continuing sectarian violence

Africa Review 7 October 2011

History teaches us that with change, with revolution, comes improvement. But it seems that is not always the case, especially if the improvement is expected but fails to materialise. For many of


Iranian Christian Pastor Facing False Charges

The New American  7 October 2011
By James Heiser

After months of threatening the execution of Youcef Nadarkhani (left), the Iranian government is backing away from putting the Christian pastor to death, and is claiming that news stories of the plan


ECB offers new loans to banks in face of ‘worst crisis since WW1’

EUobserver 6 October 2011
By Leigh Phillips

The European Central Bank has announced new loans to banks amid mounting fears across Europe of a fresh credit crunch paralysing the continent’s economy. In his last press conference as president


Dexia Bank's Collapse and the European Financial Crisis

STRATFOR 6 October 2011
By Peter Zeihan

The Franco-Belgian bank Dexia started collapsing Oct. 4, ushering the latest chapter of the nearly 2-year-old European financial crisis. Considering that Dexia is on the list of the top 50 global financial institutions, it is worth examining what happens during a bank bailout and shutdown process and applying that to the Dexia situation.


Turkey's House of Cards

Family Security Matters 6 October 2011
By Caroline Glick

To the naked eye, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan seems to be moving from strength to strength. Erdogan was welcomed as a hero on his recent trip to Egypt, Tunisia and Libya. The Arabs embraced him as the new face of the war against Israel.

The Obama administration celebrates Turkey as a paragon of Islamic democracy. The Obama administration cannot thank Erdogan enough for his recent decision to permit NATO to station the US X-Band missile shield on its territory. The US is following Turkey's lead in contending with Syrian President Bashar Assad's massacre of his people.


Missing: The Face Of The Age

The Brussels Journal 6 October 2011
By Diana West

Having passed the 10th anniversary of 9/11, I can now say with certainty that something major was missing from all of the ceremonies, the symbolism and the media coverage. It was something that not only captures the meaning of the attacks themselves, but better defines our response to them than any other single thing. It is the face of the age itself, and it is not Osama bin Laden's.


Fred Grandy: Exposing and Countering the Activities of Radical Islam

Gates of Vienna 6 October 2011

Earlier this year we reported on the ouster of radio talk show host Fred Grandy from his longtime slot on a program in the Washington D.C. area. Mr. Grandy was an outspoken critic of Islam on the program, and his wife — who sometimes appeared with him on the show — was even more so.

It was too much for the station, and the management gave him an ultimatum: tone it down on Islam, or we’ll cancel your show. He refused to change his content, and was fired, making WMAL "the first sharia-compliant radio station in America”.


French feel strangers in Paris suburbs, Islam dominates

ANSAmed 6 October 2011

PARIS - In the suburbs just a few dozen kilometres from Paris which seem as though they were a thousand miles away from the French capital, amid traffic, high-rise buildings and neglect,


EDL Jewish division leader interview: British values are my values

European Son 6 October 2011

The former leader of the English Defence League’s Jewish Division, Roberta Moore, publicly resigned, citing anti-Semitism among its membership. In September, James Cohen, who resides


The political coma of Bosnia

Pravda  6 October 2011
By Vadim Trukhachev

It has been a year since the elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), but the republic of former Yugoslavia is still living without a government. This has to do with the inability of the three


Teaching Journalists How to Report on Jihad

FrontPage Magazine 6 October 2011
By Mark Tapson

Muslim-American advocacy groups with ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, like the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC), are on a mission to combat


No ties yet with Israel: Turkey

Independent Online  6 October 2011

Turkey will not resume ties with Israel unless it apologises for last year's Gaza flotilla raid, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday. Speaking in Pretoria at a public


Gun evidence examined in Frankfurt shooter trial

Stripes 6 October 2011
By Nancy Montgomery

FRANKFURT, Germany — The bullets that killed two U.S. airmen and injured two others in an airport shooting spree last March at Frankfurt Airport came from all over the world: the U.S., Brazil, the


"Are Christian Copts 'Dhimmis' or 'Infidels'?" That's the Question in Post-Revolutionary Egypt

PRNewswire 6 October 2011

Coptic Solidarity warned today against the escalation of ugly hate speech and barbaric violence targeting the Copts of Egypt. The indifference of the ruling Junta and the current government is


An Egyptian Jew in Exile: An Interview with Bat Ye’or

New English Review 6 October 2011
By Jerry Gordon

I first encountered Gisèle Littman, better known as "Bat Ye’or," through her book, The Dhimmi: Jews and Christians under Islam while browsing through a Judaica section of a Barnes & Noble book store in Westport, Connecticut in 1985.  Reading it opened my mind to the historical evidence of the subjugated treatment of Jews, Christians and other non-Muslims under shari’a in the wake of Islamic Jihad over conquered lands.


FBI anti Jihad training material - we can use this

UP Pompeii 6 October 2011

I cannot post the actual PDF file so unfortunately you will need to follow the links, this is excellent anti Jihad material and could be used as a slideshow presentation on any computer Danger


UK toughens migration policy

The Voice of Russia 6 October 2011
By Sergei Sayenko

The British government intends to toughen the national migration law, so as to simplify the procedure of the deportation of foreigners suspected of links with terrorists or of exposed criminals. This


The whopper of a lie gets even bigger

Elder of Ziyon 6 October 2011

In the summer of 2009, the Addameer organization testified before the Goldstone commission that some 750,000 Palestinian Arabs had been arrested since 1967. As I showed at the time, this is a

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