U.S. Woman Facing Somalia Terror Case Arrested

Fox News 4 October 2011

A U.S. woman accused of funneling money to a terrorist group in Somalia was handcuffed and removed from a courtroom Monday when she refused to stand for the judge hearing the case. Amina Farah

 

Muslim Polygamists Exploiting British Welfare System

Hudson New York 30 September 2011
By Soeren Kern

Tens of thousands of Muslim immigrants in Britain are practicing bigamy or polygamy in order to collect bigger social welfare payments from the British state, according to experts interviewed in a British newspaper exposé on the subject.

The September 24 report shows that the phenomenon of bigamy and polygamy -- which is permitted by Islamic Sharia law -- is far more widespread in Britain than previously believed, even though it is a crime there, punishable by up to seven years in prison.

 

Updates on Balkan Islamic extremism

International Analyst Network 30 September 2011
By Ioannis Michaletos

The Balkan Islamic extremism, although it is considered as a taboo theme by most of the mainstream media, is still an issue debated in high-level and sensitive discussions between policy makers across the world, due to importance of the region as a historical fault line between the West and the East, in parallel with the ongoing interstate competitions that are cantered around South-eastern Europe.

 

Victory for Truth and Free Speech Over Islamic Supremacism

Human Events 30 September 2011
By Pamela Geller

A years-long battle is over, and Islamic supremacism has suffered a stunning and well-deserved defeat in its ongoing war against free speech and those who dare to tell the truth about Islam. Omar Tarazi, a lawyer linked to the Hamas front group the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), has dismissed his frivolous, harassing $10 million libel lawsuit against me with prejudice, which means that it cannot be refiled.

This case was about much more than just Tarazi’s false charge that I libeled him. His dismissal of the case is a huge victory for the First Amendment, truth and the anti-Sharia movement in this country, which is exposing an insidious cancer that brings progressives and Islamic supremacists together in the common cause of attacking anyone who criticizes Islamic supremacism with the threat of lawsuits, actual lawsuits, or even worse, violence.

 

The Radio-Controlled Airplane Jihad

Human Events 30 September 2011
By John Hayward

Did you know a homegrown radicalized Muslim was just arrested for plotting to fly remote-controlled airplanes full of high explosives into the Pentagon and the U.S. Capitol, as part of his long-term plan to help al-Qaeda wage "jihad” against the "enemies of Allah?”

You might have heard about the remote control planes and the explosives.  Rezwan Ferdaus, a 26-year-old Northeastern University physics graduate who lived in Massachusetts, was busted by the FBI after he tried to purchase explosives from undercover agents.  He was planning to turn some large model airplanes – the kind that barely fit into a car trunk once they’ve been assembled – into GPS-guided missiles.

 

Video: Melanie Phillips on Islam in Britian

vladtepesblog 30 September 2011

Arguably one of the most lucid people alive

 

Norway charges ‘Mohammed cartoon terrorists’

IceNews 30 September 2011

Norwegian prosecutors have decided to charge three men in connection with a plot against a cartoonist who drew controversial pictures of the Prophet Mohammed for a Danish newspaper in 2005. Iraqi

 

Dutch law stronger than Islamic law

Expatica 30 September 2011

Dutch courts sometimes conform to the legal rules of other countries, but they are always watching for violations of the Dutch legal system and of human rights. These are always held first, said

 

Belgian cop attacked for trying to unveil Muslim woman

RT 30 September 2011

A police officer has been attacked by a Muslim man in Brussels after he demanded that the man’s wife remove her veil. Belgium outlawed the wearing of Islamic garments which cover the face. The

 

Swiss MPs ban nuclear power and the burka

The Australian 30 September 2011

SWITZERLAND has approved two wide-reaching bans - one on the burka and the other on nuclear power, which is to be phased out over 20 years. The Swiss upper house yesterday backed an exit from

 

Video: NY Law School Symposium "Sharia in America" Umar F. Moghul (Day 2)

youtube 30 September 2011
By pakayhall

Part 8 of 10 - Aug 26, 2011 (Day 2) Introduction by Professor Sadiq Reza. Speaker is Professor Umar F. Moghult on Sharia Finance. He speaks for approximately 20 minutes. His Q and A was about 25 minutes

 

Six Irish-trained medics among 20 jailed in Bahrain

Irish Times 30 September 2011
By RONAN McGREEVY

BAHRAIN JAILED 20 doctors yesterday, including six associated with the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI), on charges relating to unrest in the Gulf kingdom earlier this year. The doctors

 

Iranian envoy handed protest at German chancellor's office

Monsters and Critics.com 30 September 2011

Berlin - Iran's envoy to Berlin was handed a protest at Chancellor Angela Merkel's office Thursday against plans to hang an Iranian Protestant minister for apostasy and other offences. Germany

 

IDF delivers 5,087 truckloads of goods to Gaza in August

ha0lam.de 30 September 2011

Goods include clothing, food, construction materials, electric products, and agricultural inputs In August, 5,087 truckloads of goods (138,029 tons) entered the Gaza Strip via the Kerem Shalom

 

Met Police chief Ali Dizaei is reinstated as Scotland Yard commander - despite still facing corruption re-trial

Daily Mail 30 September 2011
By James White

A former police chief facing trial for corruption has been reinstated as a commander at Scotland Yard following an appeal against his dismissal, he said today. Ali Dizaei claimed a police appeal

 

Stakelbeck Featured in GBTV Special on Sharia Threat to America

Christian Broadcasting Network 30 September 2011
By Erick Stakelbeck

Regular viewers of Stakelbeck on Terror know that I've been sounding the alarm about the growing threat to the West posed by Islamic sharia law and the challenge it poses to the U.S. constitution and

 

Mayor Bloomberg’s Jihad TV Partnership

FrontPage Magazine 30 September 2011
By Ryan Mauro

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s news company is teaming up with Saudi Prince Alwaleed? bin Talal to launch "Alarab” next year, a 24/7 news network that is sure to reflect Alwaleed’s

 

Turkish religious representatives for Austria seen off in Ankara

ISRIA 30 September 2011

The Austrian Embassy in Ankara gave a reception on September 20th to say farewell to nine religious representatives of "Diyanet”, the Turkish religious affairs authority, on the eve of their

 

Evangelical Christians Targets of Religious Persecution

AINA (press release) 30 September 2011

Iranian authorities should immediately free pastor Yousef Nadarkhani and drop all charges against him, Human Rights Watch said today. Nadarkhani, who has been charged with apostasy and is in Rasht

 

Video: Latest details on D.C. drone bomb plot

CBS News 30 September 2011

A 26-year-old Massachusetts man charged with planning aerial bombings of the Pentagon and the U.S. Capitol using remote-controlled airplanes filled with explosives Ferdaus said he wanted to deal a psychological blow to the "enemies of Allah," according to a federal affidavit.

 

Switzerland May Ban Burqas as Lawmakers Vote ‘Down With Masks’

BusinessWeek  30 September 2011
By Leigh Baldwin

Switzerland may ban facial veils, including the burqa worn by some Muslim women, after the country’s lower chamber of parliament backed a resolution called ’Down With the Masks!’ Today’s approval

 

Turkey 'offered Syria support' if Islamists given posts

AFP 30 September 2011
By Sammy Ketz

DAMASCUS — Ankara asked Damascus to offer the Muslim Brotherhood government posts in exchange for Turkey's support in ending rallies in Syria, an offer rejected by Bashar al-Assad, officials and

 

France: Lack of doctors, banlieue schools appeal to UN

ANSAmed 30 September 2011

PARIS - There are not enough doctors willing to work in the schools of Paris's banlieues, and therefore teachers and parents have launched an appeal to the UN for humanitarian aid to be

 

Video: Fatwa Alert: Hollywood Titan Frank Miller Releases 9/11 Comic "Holy Terror”

Weasel Zippers 30 September 2011

Frank Miller doesn’t do things halfway. One of the true comic-book greats, he’s created several of the most extraordinary stories ever to grace the art form. So perhaps it’s fitting that now he’s produced one of the most appalling, offensive and vindictive comics of all time.

 

Another Moammar Kadafi son on Interpol most wanted list

latimes.com 30 September 2011
By Patrick J. McDonnell

The international police agency, Interpol, on Thursday placed Moammar Kadafi's son Saadi on its most wanted list, where he joins his father, an elder brother and an uncle as hunted men. Unlike the

 

Life for Saudi women is a constant state of contradiction

The Guardian 30 September 2011
By Eman Al Nafjan

What's it like being a Saudi woman? A common question I've come to expect from outsiders – even fellow Arabs. The restrictiveness of the guardianship system, gender segregation and a persistently

 

Syria: US Ambassador pelted with stones and tomatoes

ANSAmed 30 September 2011

BEIRUT - The American Ambassador to Syria, Robert Ford, was attacked this morning in Damascus by a group of loyalists who threw stones and tomatoes at the U.S. official immediately

 

Terrorists investing in Indian stock market

Times of Assam  30 September 2011

A few days ago, there were reports on ULFA Supremo Paresh Baruah investing millions of reports inBangladesh. Though the outfit was quick to thrash such claims and even Bangladesh intelligence sources

 

The British Muslim men who love 'both their wives'

BBC News 30 September 2011
By Perminder Khatkar

The number of polygamous relationships among British Muslims is increasing, according to British Muslim groups. So what is it like to have two wives or be married to a man and share him with someone

 

Arab Spring poet and blogger tipped for Nobel Prize nominations

The National 30 September 2011

STOCKHOLM // In a year dominated by the Arab Spring, speculation is rife that a Syrian poet and a Tunisian blogger could take home the prestigious prizes for literature and peace when the 2011 Nobel

 
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