Al-Qaida suspects seized with explosives

The Local.de  2 May 2011

German police on Friday detained three alleged members of al-Qaida, federal prosecutors said, as a report said they had been plotting attacks in Germany.The prosecutor's office

 

Osama bin Laden: The Most Wanted Man Ever

NDTV.com 2 May 2011
By Kate Zernike, Michael T Kaufman

New Delhi: Osama bin Laden, who was killed in Pakistan on Sunday, was a son of the Saudi elite whose radical, violent campaign to recreate a seventh-century Muslim empire redefined the threat of

 

Dearbornistan, The Fall Of America!

Liberties Alliance 2 May 2011

Los Angeles (CA)-Rabbi Shifren will address the Redding Tea Party on May 2, 2011, at 6 PM. He will discuss his recent trip to speak at the biggest mosque in the United States, Dearborn, Michigan.

 

Dubai to increase Islamic Finance products to France

Zawya 2 May 2011

Engineer Saed Al Awadi, CEO of Dubai ExportsDubai , commented, "The principle aim of this trade mission is to ensure that our firms are able to capitalize on global opportunities in the sector.

 

Video: Osama bin Laden, the face of terror, killed in Pakistan

The most prominent face of terror in America and beyond, Osama bin Laden, has been killed in Pakistan, U.S. officials said Sunday night. Bin Laden was the leader of al Qaeda, the terrorist network behind the September 11, 2001, attacks on the United States. U.S. officials said that their forces have the body of bin Laden.

 

CIA Part of Investigation of 'Düsseldorf Cell'

Spiegel Online 2 May 2011

Security officials in Germany arrested three suspects who may be linked to al-Qaida on Friday. The men could be the first group connected to the international terrorist group to be

 

Germany: al Qaeda militant, 3 suspects planned attacks

A "high-ranking" al Qaeda member in Afghanistan had planned major terror attacks in Germany with at least three recruits who were recently arrested, German authorities said Saturday. The

 

Anger at football race quota claims

The Connexion 2 May 2011

CLAIMS that French football bosses want to cut the number of blacks and Arabs in Les Bleus have prompted sports minister Chantal Jouanno to demand an explanation.

 

Turkish police detain 70 political agitators

upi.com 2 May 2011

Turkish police have detained 70 members of a group allegedly formed to cause agitation during demonstrations ahead of June's elections. The groups, called Self-Defense Units, or OSB, were

 

Historic Muslim Brotherhood Shura Council Conference In Cairo

MEMRI 2 May 2011

For the first time in 16 years, the Muslim Brotherhood Shura Council is convening, in Cairo today and tomorrow, with the aim of electing a leader for the movement's Freedom and Justice

 

Comment: Where is the outrage?

Jerusalem Post  2 May 2011
By DAVID HOROVITZ

Since Fatah and Hamas announced their "reconciliation” accord last Wednesday, I have waited for the chorus of international outrage. I waited for the global condemnation of the Palestinian

 

Dutch government places IHH on terror list

Jerusalem Post  2 May 2011
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL

BERLIN – The Dutch government cracked down last week on the Turkish IHH affiliate in the Netherlands – the main organizer of a planned Gaza flotilla – because of its

 

Bulgarian Muslims Raise Alarm over 'Provocation' by Nationalist Party Ataka

Novinite.com  2 May 2011

The Bulgarian Chief Mufti's Office has protested against what they describe as a ill-minded provocation on part of the nationalist party Ataka during Friday's Muslim prayer in downtown Sofia. A

 

Video: More common sense at an EDL rally by British seniors.

vladtepesblog 2 May 2011

More sense being spoken at Weymouth on 30 April 2011. Weymouth was a locally organised demo, the next big national EDL demo will be in Blackpool on 28 May 2011. The EDL is the principal political movement of England in the early 21st century and will be victorious, please do what you can to help its noble mission.

 

Bilingual place-name signs controversy settled

Austrian Times 2 May 2011

Political leaders seem to have ended a lengthy argument considering bilingual place-name signs. Negotiators announced in Klagenfurt yesterday evening (Tues) they agreed that 164 towns and

 

Angry mobs burn British, Italian embassies in Libya after NATO bombing kills Gadhafi son

The Canadian Press 2 May 2011
By Ben Hubbard,Karin Laub

TRIPOLI, Libya — Angry mobs attacked Western embassies and U.N. offices in Tripoli Sunday after NATO bombed Moammar Gadhafi's family compound in an attack officials said

 

President Gül: Turkish people 'may say no' to EU membership

The Turkish people might say "no” to European Union membership, just as the Norwegian public did, President Abdullah Gül told Austrian media ahead of his scheduled visit

 

New Indonesian Jihadist Group Forms on University Campuses Looking to Attack Christian Churches

Weasel Zippers 2 May 2011

An emerging Islamic terrorist group recruits followers among university students and, through brainwashing, prepares them for suicide bombings or bomb attacks against sensitive

 

Hundreds of Islamic activists clash with Police in Bangladesh, 200 detained

Hundreds of Islamic activists, wearing the traditional white Muslim dress, wearing skull caps and sporting copies of the Koran, marched in Dhaka on Sunday, where the police imposed a ban on political

 

• Announcing the Westergaard Foundation "Free Speech" campaign!

The Westergaard Foundation, Eticha, Galleri Draupner, Gates of Vienna 30 April 2011

In connection with the establishment of The Westergaard Foundation we will launch the Free Press 2011 campaign.

It is all about the idea of Freedom of Expression, as expressed historically and administrated today. The intention is to create a discussion about the freedom of expression we in the West know today, and how we see it developing in the future under globalization and all the new challenges that this provides. The initial funding will be raised by sales of signed prints of a new drawing by Mr. Westergaard, entitled “Free Speech”:

Kurt Westergaard — Free Speech (large)
(Click for a larger version)

 

Tears of Jihad - 270 million killed by jihad

Political Islam 29 April 2011

Now that Sharia law is getting more attention, Islam is rolling out its defenses to defuse and confuse the thinking and the not-so-thinking public

If you are a watcher or connoisseur of Islamic politics, it is fascinating to see how similar the different arguments are. Read one apologist for Islam and you have read all of the apologists. Tears of Jihad - These figures are a rough estimate of the death of non-Muslims by the political act of jihad.

 

The moralist

The Jerusalem Post 29 April 2011
By DAVID HOROVITZ

When your enemies do not follow the rules of war... An eye-opening interview with the man who helps set the IDF’s ethical parameters

Tel Aviv University philosophy professor Asa Kasher co-authored the first IDF Code of Ethics and continues to work on the moral doctrines that shape the parameters of our army’s actions.

He has taught at the IDF colleges since the late 1970s and for a long time was the only professor talking to officers about military ethics. When the IDF decided to try writing a Code of Ethics, he was approached and appointed head of a team of generals that wrote a draft and then the final version of the 1994 code, which was approved by chief of staff Ehud Barak and prime minister Yitzhak Rabin.

 

Phyllis Chesler Fund the Truth About Islam or Lose the War of Ideas

David Horowitz's NewsReal Blog 29 April 2011
By Phyllis Chesler

One cannot tell the truth or venture one’s opinion about Islam or about Muslim behaviors without risking being slandered, heckled, censored, sued, impoverished, physically attacked,

 

Belgium moves closer to burqa ban

Virgin Media 29 April 2011

Belgium has taken a major step towards banning burka-type Islamic dress in public after its lower house of parliament overwhelmingly backed the measure. After Thursday's approval, the senate still

 

ECHR Vice President: Turkey cannot interfere in Cyprus’ zone

Greek Reporter 29 April 2011

Vice President of the European Court of Human Rights Christos Rozakis said on Wednesday that Turkey cannot interfere in issues concerning Cyprus` exclusive economic zone in

 

Muslim Immigration Transforms Finland

Hudson New York  29 April 2011
By Soeren Kern

As in other European countries (here and here), the politically correct guardians of Finnish multiculturalism have tried to silence public discussion about the escalating problem of Muslim

 

Video: Muslims Creating No-Go Areas in Europe

The video below was aired on CBN news. It is a shocking account of how a Parisian store-keeper, a non-Muslim, has been threatened and intimidated by Muslims to make her close her shop. She refuses, but she has had acid thrown at her, she has been raped and attacked on numerous occasions.

 

Video: Camp of the Saints: Letting Diplomacy Work

Gates of Vienna 29 April 2011

Italy received a week’s respite — or, as AGI puts it, a "truce” — from the landing of North African refugees on the shores of Lampedusa. The "Camp of the Saints” scenario took a brief breather, but

 

Al-Qaradawi ‘moving to Norway’

newsinenglish.no 29 April 2011
By Aled-Dilwyn Fisher

A Turkish newspaper has reported that Muslim cleric Yusuf al-Qaradawi, described as "more dangerous than Osama bin Laden” by a Norwegian author, will move to Norway for

 

Video: Female Protester Disrupts Muslim Radicals In Germany

Liberties Alliance 29 April 2011

The protestor makes herself very clear when she confronts Islamic radicals. She also puts a more general question about why Islamic radicalism that in many ways is the equivalent of Hitler’s Nazism

 
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