ACT! For America: A Report on the OSCE Meeting in Vienna

Gates of Vienna 30 November 2011

As reported here previously, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe met twice recently in Vienna to discuss the need to fight "racism” and "xenophobia”. The following report on the OSCE meeting earlier this month was prepared by Bruce Lieske of ACT! for America

 

A First Step

Political Islam 30 November 2011
By Bill Warner

Tennessee State Representative Rick Womick, a former fighter pilot, unleashed some firepower in a speech in which he said that Muslims should not serve in the US military. Needless to say, the usual suspects, including the morally corrupt ADL, howled thatRepresentative Womick is a hater and Islamophobe. Muslims were offended.

Representative Womick’s suggestion does not go far enough, but it is a good first step.

 

Attacks on missionaries continue, journalist says

Hurriyet Daily News 30 November 2011
By ISIL EGRIKAVUK

After years of trials, investigations, media reports and countless allegations, a case into the notorious torture and murder of three missionaries in Malatya has yet to reach any satisfactory conclusion. A recent book on the subject, however, seeks to cut through the conjecture to shed important light on the background and details of the massacre.

 

Exclusive Interview with Leader of the Australian Protectionist Party

British Freedom 30 November 2011

Andrew J. Philips, National Chairman of the Australian Protectionist Party, recently agreed to be interviewed by George Whale of the British Freedom Party. Below is the full text of the interview.

 

Warning over 'excessively strict' discipline in UK madrassas

Telegraph 30 November 2011
By Graeme Paton

Several madrassas – religious schools often run by mosques – use "excessively strict approaches to discipline” to keep children in line, it was revealed. Researchers said the imposition of

 

Iran Protesters Storm British Embassy

The Epoch Times 30 November 2011
By Stephen Jones

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates—Iranian protesters stormed two British embassy buildings in Tehran, including the main embassy building and the official diplomatic residences in the north of the city.

 

Mr Khader goes to Washington

The Copenhagen Post 30 November 2011
By Jennifer Buley

Denmark’s first immigrant MP is leaving politics to work for the Washington, DC-based think tank Hudson Institute. The Konservative politician Naser Khader used his Facebook page on Sunday to

 

Islamic schools flourish to meet demand

The Guardian 30 November 2011
By Fran Abrams

At about eight o'clock on a dull autumnal morning, a mother is preparing breakfast for her young son in the kitchen of an unassuming private house on a little modern estate in Leicester. The doorbell

 

‘Turkification’ of Greek Property in Northern Cyprus

The ongoing problem in Turkish-occupied Cyprus is the continuous attempt of the Turkish Compensation Commission to usurp Greek-Cypriot property as part of the policy of eradicating the Greek Cypriot

 

3,500 girls are at risk of mutilation in the capital

London Evening Standard 30 November 2011
By Anna Davis

More than three thousand London girls are at risk of genital mutilation every year, experts warned today. The report by black and ethnic minority women's organisation Imkaan found that in the city

 

Turkey slams Greek Cyprus’ EU meet veto

Hurriyet Daily News 30 November 2011

Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has condemned Greek Cyprus for reportedly blocking an invitation to Turkey to attend tomorrow’s meeting of EU foreign ministers on Syria. "They can impose

 

Muslim refugees, yes – Christian refugees, no

WND 30 November 2011
By Pamela Geller

Christians are in imminent danger across the world, and yet they are being refused refugee status, while Muslim refugee immigration goes on unimpeded. U.S. policy regarding refugee resettlement

 

The Muslim Brotherhood’s "Kill the Jews” Election Platform

FrontPage Magazine 30 November 2011
By Joseph Klein

Egyptians have gone to the polls in large numbers this week to cast their votes in the first stage of protracted parliamentary elections that will stretch into early next year. Meanwhile, the

 

Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood 'trying to rig poll with gifts'

London Evening Standard 30 November 2011

The Muslim Brotherhood was today accused of attempting to rig Egypt's election by handing out gifts and food at polling stations in a desperate attempt to win power. Witnesses told the Evening

 

Video: Police releases photo of mastermind of German Bakery blast

NDTV 30 November 2011

New Delhi: The government says that six men who have been arrested are allegedly members of Indian Mujahideen terror group and are responsible for attacks in three cities in 2010. The men, who include one Pakistani, were arrested from different parts of the country.

 

Secularists, Salafists clash at Tunisia university

Elder of Ziyon 30 November 2011

Hundreds of demonstrators calling for women to be allowed to wear the Muslim veil in class clashed with students at a university outside Tunis on Tuesday for the second day running. Protesters

 

Morocco: King appoints head of Islamic party as Premier

ANSAMED.info 30 November 2011

RABAT, - King Mohamed VI of Morocco has officially appointed the head of the moderate Islamic ''Justice and Development'' party, Abdelilah Benkirane as the country's Premier. The PJD took

 

Bomb kills nurse at Somali hospital for famine victims

thestar.com 30 November 2011
By Jeremy Relph

MOGADISHU, SOMALIA—An explosion at Mogadishu’s Benadir Hospital, near a ward where children and victims of the famine are treated, killed one nurse and wounded five others Sunday night. The bomb,

 

Moroccan Crime in the Netherlands & the Myths of Multiculturalism

Hudson New York 29 November 2011
By Soeren Kern

Forty percent of Moroccan immigrants in the Netherlands between the ages of 12 and 24 have been arrested, fined, charged or otherwise accused of committing a crime during the past five years, according to a new report commissioned by the Dutch Ministry of Interior.

In Dutch neighborhoods where the majority of residents are Moroccan immigrants, the youth crime rate reaches 50%. Moreover, juvenile delinquency among Moroccans is not limited to males; girls and young women are increasingly involved in criminal activities.

 

A 20-Year Plan To Overthrow The U.S. Government

Citizen Warrior 29 November 2011

Orthodox Muslims cannot wage all out war on the U.S. and expect to win. But they have a religious obligation to participate in jihad in some way in order to eventually subjugate all countries under Islamic law, including the U.S. There are more devious ways to conquer than straightforward war, however. In the excerpt below, from an article by Anis Shorrosh, author of Islam Revealed, shares what he sees as the "Islamists' 20-year plan" to conquer the U.S. As you will see, many of these things are already being done.

 

A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing: The Victory of the Islamist Justice and Development Party in Morocco

Jerusalem Center Blog 29 November 2011
By Jonathan D. Halevi

The Justice and Development Party (Hizb Al-Adala Wa At-tanmia), which is identified with the Muslim Brotherhood, has won the elections in Morocco held on 26 November 2011. The party won 107 of the 395 parliamentary seats. The party said in an official announcement that, according to not-yet-final results, it had won over 100 of the 395 parliamentary seats. According to a constitutional amendment, King Mohammed VI will have to assign the task of forming the government to the leader of the largest party – Abdelilah Benkirane, head of the Justice and Development Party.

 

Video: Spencer, McCarthy, Fawstin at Restoration Weekend 2011: What about moderate Muslims?

Jihad Watch 29 November 2011

This was originally supposed to be a continuation of my print debate at National Review (here and here) with Andrew McCarthy on Islam vs. Islamism. It was changed at the last minute into this panel with the peerless artist Bosch Fawstin and the Baroness Caroline Cox.

 

Deadly ‘Diversity’

FrontPage Magazine 29 November 2011
By Bruce Bawer

The neighborhood of Gronland in Oslo, Norway, is not terribly large. It’s on the east side of town, adjacent to central Oslo, and has traditionally been a place of working-class flats and

 

Muslim medical students refuse to study biology

UP Pompeii 29 November 2011

Human biology is a very important part of medical studies, indeed it is one of the essential subjects:- Biology is a natural science concerned with the study of life and living organisms,

 

Fears of vigilantism after rape of young girl

The Copenhagen Post 29 November 2011
By Peter Stanners

The rape of a ten-year-old has shocked the residents of a small town in Jutland, and led to fears residents would seek revenge against the suspect – a 16-year-old boy of Somalian descent. A week

 

Evolution is haram!

Discover Magazine 29 November 2011
By Razib Khan

Ruchira Paul points me to this peculiar article, Muslim medical students boycotting lectures on evolution… because it ‘clashes with the Koran’: Muslim students, including trainee doctors on

 

Ban sharia law

Calgary Herald 29 November 2011
By Nancy Mereska

Polygamous cultures produce fatherless societies that are subject to poverty and little hope for the future. The "race" riots of France in 2010 were largely due to problems with Muslim polygamy; as

 

Time to limit Muslim immigration

WND 29 November 2011
By Joseph Farah

In the most recent GOP presidential debate, former Sen. Rick Santorum raised controversy by suggesting it is perfectly appropriate and sensible to consider what kind of people hijack airliners and

 

How Moderate Muslims Get Trapped

Hudson New York 29 November 2011
By Mohshin Habib

After a holy war on the Jews and the Christians, the Islamic Extremists try to destroy Muslims not to their liking. After the hatred of the Jews, the Ahmadiyyans, or Qadiani, one of the Muslim

 

'Swedish society forces 'immigrants' to emigrate'

The Local 29 November 2011

Swedish society is failing its "immigrants", many of whom, such as football star Zlatan Ibrahimovic, are forced to look elsewhere to build successful careers, social commentator and author Tove

 
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