Second Muslim charged in whipping attack

3News NZ 21 July 2011
By Vijay Joshi

A second Muslim man has been charged in connection with an attack on a recent convert to Islam who was allegedly whipped 40 times as a religious punishment for drinking alcohol. Wassim Fayad, 43,

 

Should the burqa be allowed in NZ society?

New Zealand Herald  21 July 2011

A Muslim women's group is expected to tell a public forum tonight that the burqa is not a requirement in Islam and it is "an affront to human dignity" for women to be forced to wear it. This

 

Somalia: Misunderstanders of Islam recruiting children for jihad

Jihad Watch 21 July 2011

And forcing young girls into marriage, and punishing children for listening to music -- they're misunderstanding Islam on a massive scale. Why aren't any of the groups that rail against

 

Abercrombie & Fitch Lawsuit Winner Says She Sued For All Muslim Girls

News On 6 21 July 2011
By Ashli Sims

TULSA, Oklahoma -- A Tulsa 20 year old takes on a major clothing chain and wins. She says Abercrombie and Fitch refused to hire her because she wears a head scarf for religious reasons. A Tulsa

 

Community BBQ for hospital put on by Muslim association

InsideHalton.com 21 July 2011

The Muslim Association of Milton will hold its fourth annual Community BBQ at the Milton Fair Grounds this Saturday from noon to 6 p.m. Proceeds from the event, which will include bouncy castles,

 

Indonesia Enlists Muslim Preachers in Illegal Logging Fight

Hardwood Floors 21 July 2011

Indonesia's Forest Ministry plans to dispatch 5,000 Muslim preachers to campaign against forest destruction in light of "the rampant case of illegal logging involving local communities," according to

 

With satire, woman's magazine tackles taboos in Turkey

Reuters 21 July 2011
By Ece Toksabay

A man stabs a woman in broad daylight in the middle of the street. "He is killing her!" "Don't do it!" "Call the police!" a group of passers-by scream, rushing to the woman's rescue. "You won't

 

Evolution of Militancy in Indian Muslim Community

Daily Mirror 21 July 2011
By B. Raman

The following three events have contributed to the growth of militancy, often amounting to terrorism, in the Indian Muslim community, particularly among its young members: The demolition

 

Canadian Launches Petition Against Segregation of Menstruating Girls in Public School

Change.org 21 July 2011
By Alex DiBranco

"My concern is the Toronto District School Board (is) using tax money to tell girls that they are second-class citizens," Tarek Fatah, founder of the Muslim Canadian Congress, told the Toronto Sun.

 

Burqa an affront to human dignity say Muslim women

New Zealand Herald 21 July 2011
By Lincoln Tan

A Muslim women's group is expected to tell a public forum tonight that the burqa is not a requirement in Islam and it is "an affront to human dignity" for women to be forced to wear it. This

 

Sharia law at working as ‘shadow legal system’ in Oz to promote polygamy, underage marriages

TruthDive  21 July 2011

Canberra - The Sharia law has become a ‘shadow legal system’ within Australia, endorsing polygamous and underage marriages that are outlawed under the country’s legal

 

German Conservatives Advocate End to Turkish EU Entry Talks

AINA (press release) 21 July 2011
By Mark Hallam

A top German conservative has said the EU should break off entry talks with Turkey, if the country implements Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's threat to freeze relations with the EU during

 

US House Passes Amendment on Return of Churches in Turkey

AINA (press release) 21 July 2011

WASHINGTON -- With a vote of 43 to 1, the House Foreign Affairs Committee today overwhelmingly adopted the Berman-Cicilline Amendment, calling on Turkey to return stolen Christian churches and to end

 

Texas Man Executed For Post-9/11 Murder

NBC Montana  21 July 2011
By Bill Mears

Texas inmate Mark Anthony Stroman was executed Wednesday night for killing a man from India during series of revenge shootings after the terror attacks of September 11, 2001. Stroman was put to

 

Militants plan al Qaeda cartoon for kids, monitors say

Reuters Africa 21 July 2011
By William Maclean

LONDON - Al Qaeda sympathisers are planning to produce a children's cartoon film to inspire young Muslim viewers to take up armed violence against the West, security specialists who monitor

 

European rights official attacks burka bans

Vancouver Sun 21 July 2011

STRASBOURG - Banning the burka and niqab in public places threatens to exclude women, not liberate them, a top European human rights official said Wednesday. And letting a relatively minor problem

 

Video: Israel Palestinian Conflict: The Truth About the West Bank

youtube 20 July 2011
By DannyAyalon

Israel's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Danny Ayalon explains the historical facts relating to the Israeli Palestinian conflict. The video explains where the terms "West Bank", "occupied territories" and "67 Borders" originated and how they are incorrectly used and applied.

 

Google Still Supporting Terrorism: What YouTube MUST Do About It

Jawa Report 20 July 2011

YouTube is now the number one source of terrorist propaganda on the internet. Over the past year YouTube, a subsidiary of internet giant Google, has taken certain steps to combat this. However, they have not gone nearly far enough.

What has YouTube done to take down terrorist propaganda videos?

 

The Life of a Jihadi Internet Post

Family Security Matters 20 July 2011
By Steve Emerson

"[M]ilitary training is an obligation in Islam upon every sane, male, mature Muslim, whether rich or poor, whether studying or working and whether living in a Muslim or non-Muslim country," stated a recent article on jihadist website Islam Policy. What's unusual about the post is that it first appeared as post on an al-Qaida media site in 2000.

 

Parliament convenes to mark 1974 coup and Turkish invasion anniversaries

Famagusta Gazette  20 July 2011

The House of Representatives condemned Friday the 1974 military coup which took place on the 15th of July 1974 and the Turkish invasion that followed five days later, during a special plenary session, in the presence of President Christofias.
President of the House of Representatives Yiannakis Omirou called on the MPs to observe one-minute's silence in memory of the heroes and martyrs, killed during the summer of 1974.

 

The Noted Blogger Fjordman Discusses the English Defence League

English Defence League Blog 20 July 2011
By Fjordman

Critical comments have been published about the alleged extremism of the English Defence League (EDL), the anti-Jihadist street protest movement that is active in many English cities.

The origins of the EDL can be traced back to Luton, England in the spring of 2009, after British troops were harassed by militant Muslims. Scandinavian blogger Conservative Swede commented in April 2009 that "The police broke up a march on Monday 13/4/09 by British people wanting to reclaim their streets from Muslim fanatics. Officers said it was illegal to stage the protest in Luton where extremists were allowed only last month to shout abuse at troops home from Iraq.

 

German court sentences 3 for promoting terrorist groups

Bellingham Herald 20 July 2011
By ANGELIKA KLINGENFUSS

MUNICH A woman and two men were sentenced by a German court on Tuesday for promoting Islamist terrorist groups online, as part of wider proceedings against a total of eight Islamist suspects. The

 

Athens slams Erdogan over Cyprus

ekathimerini.co 20 July 2011

Foreign Minister Stavros Lambrinidis on Tuesday reacted sharply to a threat by Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to freeze relations with the European Union unless a settlement is found for

 

Regional authority in Czech Republic financially supports anti-mosque movement

Romano Vod'i 20 July 2011

The Hradec Králové Regional Authority is financially supporting the AntiMešita (Anti-Mosque) movement, which holds discussions on the danger of Islam for citizens of Hradec Králové, establishes

 

UK: Taxi driver shouts "All Jewish children must die" outside Jewish school

Jihad Watch 20 July 2011

Taha Osman lost his temper and his Islamic antisemitism overflowed at those whom the Qur'an calls the worst enemies of the Muslims (5:82). "Why is that man shouting at you mummy? Taxi driver hurled

 

Death sentence for Christian convert in Iran

American Thinker 20 July 2011
By Andrew G. Bostom

Two Iranian Supreme Court justices have denied an appeal of Youcef Nadarkhani's December 5, 2010 death sentence for the uniquely Islamic "crime" of apostasy. Islam stands alone amongst all modern

 

Murdoch's Trojan Horse, Courtesy of the Muslim World

Right Side News 20 July 2011
By Eliana Benador

THE MAN OF THE IMAM In the witch-hunt of the XXIst century, which started at the onset of this month (July 2011), a scandal has erupted, reminiscent of Medieval witch-hunts, which, had it happened

 

German police arrest alleged Kurdish separatists

Expatica 20 July 2011

German police have arrested two Turkish men suspected of belonging to Kurdish separatist group the PKK, prosecutors said on Tuesday. The 28-year-olds were detained on Monday, one at Freiburg im

 

Russia's Muslim leader wants less coverage of terrorism

RIA Novosti 20 July 2011

Russian TV channels should broadcast less news about terrorism and extremism, the chief mufti of Russia, Talgat Tadzhuddin, said on Tuesday at a meeting with Prime Minister Vladimir Putin. "Once

 

Allen West: No Tanks to Egypt and the Muslim Brotherhood

Sunshine State News 20 July 2011

U.S. Rep. Allen West says a planned sale of Abrams tanks to Egypt could play into the hands of radicals and further destabilize the region. In a letter to Armed Services Committee Chairman Buck

 
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