Yes Mr. President. We Know What The Holy Book of Quran Teaches, Do You?

Islam Watch 17 May 2012
By Amil Imani

In his Cairo Speech to the Muslim world, President Barack Obama said, "The holy Quran tells us... the holy Quran teaches..."

The following are what the holy Quran teaches, but the President Obama know not:

  • Qur'an:9:88 "The Messenger and those who believe with him, strive hard and fight with their wealth and lives in Allah's Cause."
  • Qur'an:9:5 "Fight and kill the disbelievers wherever you find them, take them captive, harass them, lie in wait and ambush them using every stratagem of war."
 

Muslim No-Go Areas Are Now Tourist Attractions

Islam versus Europe 17 May 2012

There was a surreal article in the German newspaper Die Welt yesterday, recommending the Muslim no-go areas of Brussels as tourist attractions. This wasn't tongue-in-cheek either. They were

 

British woman arrested in Dubai denies 'having sex in taxi'

AOL Travel UK 17 May 2012
By Ruth Doherty

A British woman has denied claims that she was arrested for having sex in the back of a cab in Dubai. According to The Sun newspaper, police in Dubai say that Rebecca Black, a

 

The Greeks Of Turkey: Is It Too Late

Huffington Post 17 May 2012
By Tania Karas

A century of oppression has nearly wiped out a religious minority group with historic ties to the region. Improved politics offer a new ray of hope. But with their numbers dwindling, Turkey’s Greek Orthodox Christians are fighting for survival.

In the spring of 2011, two young journalism students flew to Istanbul, Turkey with a mission to shed light on a pressing violation of religious freedom and human rights.

 

Muslim consumers: How do global brands become ‘infidels’

"‘Infidel! Infidel!’ cries the six-year-old boy upon hearing his mother mention Nestlé during our interview,” writes author Elif Izberk-Bilgin (University of Michigan-Dearborn). "Why would

 

U.S. Leads Effort to Criminalize Free Speech

Gatestone Institute 17 May 2012
By Ann Snyder

The Human Rights Council concluded its nineteenth session on March 23, 2012 and adopted, without a vote, yet another resolution aimed at restricting freedom of speech throughout the world.

 

Turkey: we want to pray in Hagia Sophia, Muslim activists say

ANSAmed 17 May 2012

ANKARA - A group of Turkish Muslim activists today asked the government of conservative Islamic Premier Recep Tayyip Erdogan to make the Hagia Sophia a place for Islamic prayer again, as

 

France's Islamist Powder Keg

AINA (press release) 17 May 2012
By Joseph A. Harriss

From the first intelligence surveillance to the final shootout, France's clumsy handling of its spate of Islamic terrorism in March was a case study in how not to deal with a jihadist. With the largest Muslim community in Europe--nearly 10 percent of the population--and thousands of young Frenchmen going to Pakistan, Afghanistan, Egypt, and Yemen on the pretext of studying the Koran, it does not bode well for the country's domestic tranquility.

 

Italy: Police impound €20mln tourist development from Gaddafi family

Adnkronos Security 17 May 2012

Rome - Tax police Wednesday seized a 20 million euro hotel complex and land on the picturesque southern Italian island of Pantelleria from the family of late Libyan strongman

 

Mosques' advice: 'don't report abusive husbands'

The Local 17 May 2012

Six out of ten mosques in Sweden gave women advice about how to deal with spousal abuse and polygamy that contradicted Swedish law, a media investigation has revealed.Using hidden cameras

 

Islamic Hate for a Dead Pope

AINA (press release) 17 May 2012
By Raymond Ibrahim

Inasmuch as the recent death of Coptic Pope Shenouda III exposed the humanity of some Muslims, it also exposed the inhumanity of Islamic teachings.

Consider some examples of Muslim sympathy following his death: Egypt's Al Akhbar newspaper called the Pope's burial "the funeral of the century," reporting that a million Egyptians--likely more Muslims than Christians--came out to mourn him; "His death is a tragedy and a great loss for Egypt and its people, Muslims and Christians," declared Egypt's Grand Mufti;

 

Female Genital Mutilation: The Dangers of Social Currency

The Huffington Post 17 May 2012
By Michelle Brooks

This week in Egypt, in a joint statement medics and human rights organisations condemned the actions of the Freedom and Justice Party -the political arm of the Muslim Brotherhood in raising

 

Al-Qaeda releases English-language jihad manual, encourages attacks in the West

The Times of Israel 17 May 2012
By Gabe Fisher

A l-Qaeda’s English media affiliate, Al-Malahem Media, published a 16-page online English-language jihad manual on Wednesday entitled "Expectations Full,” which contains advice and

 

CAIR Officials Demonize America on Iranian TV

the Algemeiner 17 May 2012
By Steven Emerson

Two officials representing the Council on American-Islamic Relations’ New York chapter (CAIR-NY) turned to an Iranian television station this week in order to propagate the dangerous and

 

Turkey: Hollande arrives and Ankara dreams of Europe

ANSAmed 17 May 2012

ANKARA - The end of the Ottoman empire was perhaps the last time that Turkey had so openly supported a candidate in the French presidential elections. Now, with Francois Hollande's victory and the exit of Nicolas Sarkozy, the "veto man", Ankara is once again dreaming of Europe.

After the freeze in relations over the last few months, aggravated by the position taken up by Paris over the Armenian genocide, which Ankara denies, Turkey has reacted very warmly to Hollande's election, with congratulatory messages and phone calls from President Abdullah Gul and the Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

 

US Charter Schools Run By Turkish Islamic Cleric Fethullah Gulen

digtriad.com 17 May 2012

Fethullah Gulen is the Turkish Islamic cleric at the center of a popular and growing movement, with millions of disciples who follow his teachings of tolerance, interfaith dialogue, and

 

Shame on Bill O'Reilly

WND.com 17 May 2012
By Pamela Geller

Bill O’Reilly had Ground Zero mosque radical Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf on for a full segment last week to shill the deceptive narrative of his latest book. In a telling moment, Rauf claimed

 

Video: Stakelbeck on Terror Show: Islamization in America

CBN News 17 May 2012
By Erick Stakelbeck

On this week's edition of the Stakelbeck on Terror show, Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller--two leading voices in the fight against the Islamization of the West--join me to discuss Islamic honor killings in America, Sharia law in your backyard, and the latest on the Ground Zero mega-mosque.

 
 

Allen West: President Owes Us an Explanation for Release of Hezbollah Killer

Diana West 17 May 2012
By Diana West

Ali Musa Daqduq, Hezbollah terrorist killer of five American servicemen in Iraq, is free today, thanks to President Obama's decision to turn him over to an Iraqi court, which has just

 

Controversial Islamic school ordered out of Toronto public school property

Globe and Mail 17 May 2012

The Toronto District School Board has forbidden a controversial Islamic school from operating out of one of its properties. The board revoked the permit for the East End Madrassah, a

 

Australia to contribute $100mln annually to Afghan forces

PanARMENIAN.Net 17 May 2012

Australia will contribute $100 million annually for three years beginning in 2015 toward the $4 billion a year cost of running the Afghan National Security Forces after they take

 

Egypt to revive female genital mutilation in the name of Islam

RT 17 May 2012

Egyptian human rights groups and female activists are alarmed at renewed parliamentary calls to revive the practice of female circumcision. They appeal to the authorities to stop advocating

 

Russian troops kill Islamist rebels

Scotsman 17 May 2012

Security forces have killed seven Islamist militants in Russia’s turbulent southern region of Dagestan. Russian forces launched an offensive in Dagestan late last week against militants

 

Kurdish authorities arrest magazine editor to appease Islamists

Reporters Without Borders calls for the immediate release of Hamin Ary, the editor of the Erbil-based Kurdish and Arabic monthly Chirpa (Al-Hamsah in Arabic), and the withdrawal of all the

 

Iranian Revolutionary Guards to Hezbollah: Hands off Israel

JTA 17 May 2012

WASHINGTON -- An Iranian Revolutionary Guards commander reportedly ordered Hezbollah not to attack Israel. "Today, the Zionist regime is in total isolation and is facing a serious

 

Iran and Saudi Arabia fight over Bahrain

The Times of Israel 17 May 2012
By Elhanan Miller

Syria is back in the headlines of Arab newspapers Wednesday, following an explosion hitting a UN convoy in the province of Idlib. "Syria: A massacre in the presence of monitors, and

 

Night club attack attributed to Islamist militants

Irish Times 17 May 2012

A man has been arrested after a grenade attack killed a woman and wounded several people outside a night club in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa, police said yesterday. The attack on

 

Rebels and soldiers accused of rights violations in Mali

DW.DE 17 May 2012
By Asumpta Lattus

International human rights group Amnesty International has condemned the ongoing conflict in Mali, saying it is accompanied by widespread looting, rape, murder and the use of child soldiers

 

Jailed Morocco Islamists on hunger strike

News24 17 May 2012

Rabat - Islamists who say they are being unfairly held in Moroccan prisons are staging hunger strikes to put more pressure on the new government to release them, according to campaigners

 
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