Two French terror suspects arrested in Pakistan

The Canadian Press 15 April 2011

ISLAMABAD — Two French nationals suspected of belonging to an international terror group have been arrested by Pakistan's security services, French and Pakistani sources said Thursday.

 

The United Nations grants Accreditation to Pro-Hamas Movement

Right Side News 15 April 2011

A UN committee grants accreditation to the anti-Israeli pro-Hamas Free Palestine Movement (FPM). The FPM is headed by Paul Larudee, an active participant in organizing flotillas

 

France Niqab ban 'blatant attack on Islam,” says UK journalist

TwoCircles.net  15 April 2011

London : France's enforcement of a ban on women wearing a face veil is akin to "the politics of the Nazis,” says British journalist and broadcaster Yvonne Ridley. "This is a blatant attack on

 

David Cameron: immigrants should learn English

The Voice of Russia  15 April 2011
By Gladkov Vladimir

British Prime Minister David Cameron continues his attack on the idea of multiculturalism and total tolerance. In his most outspoken address on immigration since taking the prime minister’s post,

 

Turkey protests anti-immigrant poster in Belgium

worldbulletin.net  15 April 2011

The Turkish Embassy in Brussels has condemned a far-right party after it used posters depicting Turkish and Moroccan immigrants as a sheep being kicked out of Europe. The poster was presented at a

 

Protest grows as Dutch Parliament inclines towards ritual slaughter ban

WorldPoultry.net 15 April 2011

Six Jewish rabbis from several European countries firmly and emotionally protested against the imminent ban on ritual unanaesthesised slaughter of e.g. cattle, sheep,

 

France calls for pushing migrants at sea back to Tunisia

Brussels - Boats from the European Union's border patrol mission Frontex should send migrants found at sea straight back to Tunisia, rather than take them to Italy for identification, French Prime

 

Friday Prayers in Brazil: Islam Will Dominate the World

Translating Jihad 15 April 2011

Translated from the Friday sermon of Shaykh Khalid Rizq Taqi al-Din at the Guarulhos Mosque in Sao Paulo, Brazil, 29 February 2008: Praise be to Allah. We praise him, and ask for his help and

 

NATO struggles to secure more planes for Libya

Expatica 15 April 2011

NATO on Thursday urged Moamer Kadhafi to step down and vowed to keep hitting his forces as long as it takes, but the alliance failed to secure firm pledges for new planes it said were needed to

 

Groups of Islamic religious extremists exposed in N Caucasus

ITAR-TASS 15 April 2011

A criminal case has been instituted in the North Caucasian region of Karachai-Cherkessia against a group of Islamic religious extremists that has been operating in the Ust-Dzheguta and Zelenchuk

 

Libya future with Kadhafi 'unthinkable': Britain, France, US

Expatica 15 April 2011

A Libyan future including Moamer Kadhafi is "unthinkable" and would represent an "unconscionable betrayal" by the rest of the world, the leaders of Britain, France and the United States said

 

Al-Qaida leader calls on Muslim nations to fight Western coalition in Libya

Ha'aretz 15 April 2011

Al-Qaida's deputy leader called on Muslim nations to fight the United States and NATO if their forces enter the country in a video released on Thursday. The video was recorded before international

 

Al-Qaeda number two broaches Libya in new video

Focus News 15 April 2011

Washington. Al-Qaeda number two Ayman al-Zawahiri incites Muslims to rise up against both NATO and Moamer Kadhafi's forces in a newly released video apparently taped before the Western intervention

 

US has no strategy to deal with Muslim Brotherhood

The Obama Administration has no plans to deal with the radical Muslim Brotherhood with its affiliates in 8- countries including the United States, a top US lawmaker said Wednesday. clearpxl "The

 

France Is Brave and Right to Ban the Burqa

Fox News 14 April 2011
By Phyllis Chesler

Earlier this week, France put its 2010 law banning the veil into effect, spurring angry demonstrations in both Paris and London. Two women were arrested, not because they were wearing burqas but

 

The Keystone of the Islamic Milieu: Inbreeding

Aerican Thinker 14 April 2011
By Ann Barnhardt

The darkest hour is just before dawn. A huge swath of this planet, from the Straits of Gibraltar to the Philippine Sea, has been held in a synthetic, forced nightfall for nearly fourteen centuries.

 

The Anachronism of Apostasy

Family Security Matters  14 April 2011
By Amil Imani

Whereas the practice of slavery enslaves the body, the dogma of apostasy ensnares the mind. Whereas slavery is a shameful practice of the past, some shameless religionists still use the doctrine of

 

Have we forgotten how to define and protect freedom?

Canada Free Press 14 April 2011
By Dr. Laurie Roth

The U.S. is a nation that blew onto the world’s playing field and stunned all. It was the story of spirited David standing against British Goliath and winning. We broke the rules and were

 

Turkish PM raps France for face veil ban, militants online urge punishment for Paris

Reuters Blogs 14 April 2011

Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan accused France of violating the freedom of religion on Wednesday after Paris began enforcing a law barring Muslim women from wearing full face veils in public.

 

Hans Jansen on the Witness Stand

Gates of Vienna 14 April 2011

As regular readers will recall, last year’s prosecution of Geert Wilders in Amsterdam was terminated abruptly when Mr. Wilders’ lawyer revealed that one of the judges in the case had apparently

 

Video: Cable: Cameron's Immigration Speech 'Unwise'

Sky News 14 April 2011
By Ruth Barnett

Business Secretary Vince Cable has accused David Cameron of using "unwise" language on immigration, which risks "inflaming" racial tensions. Mr Cable's comments - ahead of a keynote speech from the Prime Minister - have exposed tensions within the coalition on immigration, previously a sore point between the Tories and Lib Dems.

 

Defence claim head of Islamist "terror propagandists" was informer

Munich - The alleged ringleader of a group in Germany accused of being an Islamist terror propaganda network was in fact a police spy, their defence lawyer claimed Wednesday in Munich during a

 

Video: Spanish women can no longer go out after 8 pm because of Muslim invaders

Sheik yer’mami 14 April 2011
By Vlad Tepes

The women fear for their lives and no longer dare to venture out at night for fear of being raped by Muslim "migrants.” Sad to see that Spain is being re-conquered by the Moors.

SALT In the first line of fire

Same story in France, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Austria etc. Is there any will to break free or is the decline of Europe inevitable?

 

Men acquitted over threat to burn Bible, Koran

No further punishment will come to three conservative Hindu men who proclaimed that they planned to burn the Bible and the Koran outside the federal parliament building in Bern late last year. A

 

"Political" trial of Geert Wilders resumes

IBTimes 14 April 2011

The trial of Dutch MP Geert Wilders has resumed in Amsterdam. Mr Wilders, who leads the Party for Freedom (PVV) stands accused of inciting hatred against Muslims. In October it was decided that

 

Christian missionaries in Turkey become targets for militant nationalist

The National  14 April 2011
By Thomas Seibert

ISTANBUL // When a Protestant minister in the city of Izmir left his church one day this month, he saw a man pointing a weapon at him and shouting: "Stop proselytizing! You will pay!" The attacker

 

UK student union elects radical Islamists

Jerusalem Post  14 April 2011
By JONNY PAUL

LONDON – The student union at Westminster University in central London has elected to its top leadership posts two people linked to a radical Islamist group with an anti-Semitic history. The two

 

'There Is No Military Solution to the Libya Conflict'

Spiegel Online 14 April 2011

Even after weeks of NATO air strikes, the conflict in Libya appears no closer to being resolved. SPIEGEL spoke with NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen about whether bombs can lead to

 

Erdogan rejects criticism of clampdown on Turkish media

Paris - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan used a speech in Strasbourg on Wednesday to reject claims that media freedom is under threat in Turkey - and accused Europe in turn of regression

 

Video: Pakistan: Christian Girls Forced to Convert to Islam; Rapes, Coersion, Abuse

Catholic Online  14 April 2011
By Agenzia Fides

In Pakistan forced conversions to Islam, rapes and forced marriages are on the rise. The victims are mostly Hindu and Christian girls, belonging to religious minorities. A report sent to Fides by the Centre for Legal Assistance and Settlement (CLAAS), which takes care of legal assistance for Christians who are discriminated against and persecuted in Pakistan.

 
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