Afghan women swap burka for uniform

Expatica 10 August 2011
By Luigi Jorio

More and more Afghan women are breaking with tradition in their male-dominated society, taking jobs and participating in public affairs. They include 1,300 or so who have joined the police force

 

Radical Muslim sect kills Nigerian prison official

eTaiwan News 10 August 2011

Authorities say two suspected members of a radical Muslim sect in northeastern Nigeria shot and killed a senior prison official and a school teacher. Prison comptroller Usman Maina Kaina said

 

Muslims Attack Christian Village in Egypt -- 1 Murdered, Homes Looted and Torched

AINA (press release) 10 August 2011
By Mary Abdelmassih

Muslims attacked Christians in the village of Nazlet Faragallah, in the southern Egyptian Minya province, on Sunday evening. The attack continued until the early hours of Monday morning, August 8.

 

Video: Wafa Sultan "Islam was created to serve Muhammad and legitimize his desires"

YouTube 9 August 2011
By GeertWildersJetzt

Straight talk from Dr. Wafa Sultan, Psychiatrist; Al-Hayat TV (Cyprus) December 4, 2008

Sultan became notable after the September 11, 2001 attacks for her participation in Middle East political debates, with Arabic essays that were circulated widely, and for television appearances on Al Jazeera and CNN in 2005

 

London riots: why did the police lose control?

David Green 9 August 2011
By David Green

What caused these riots and why did the police lose control? Some commentators think the disorder was understandable and justified; some say the police "had it coming”; others that the violence was

 

The RAF Ayatollah

American Thinker 9 August 2011
By Andrew G. Bostom

An apparently rare breed of British military officer with the appropriate patriotic moral clarity and courage has leaked alarming (if seemingly "hiding in plain sight") information to The Daily Mail about the exploits of a convert to Islam, Dr Joel Hayward, dean of the college at Cranwell, the Royal Air Force's (RAF's) equivalent of Sandhurst (the latter being the British West Point equivalent).

 

Sharia law in the West goes against fight for reforms

The Australian 9 August 2011
By Ida Lichter

ATTEMPTS to introduce sharia family law into Western societies run against the tide of reforms spearheaded by female activists in the Muslim world.

Many aspects of these laws are unpalatable to a society that has enforced equal rights for divorce, custody, inheritance and court testimony, and criminalised polygamy and forced, under-age marriage.

 

Video: The Turban and the Swastika

Vladtepesblog 9 August 2011

This amazing documentary needs to be seen and understood by all. A team of us, about 2 years ago worked very very hard to get this out to the public after discovering it on a German-French European TV station.

It has been lost a few times when my 7 load channel and youtube channel were removed. Now here it is again. Please watch and send the link out to all who you feel may benefit from knowing this but of WW2 history.

 

London descends into anarchy

Melanie Phillips 9 August 2011
By Melanie Phillips

As London descends into anarchy this evening, with disturbances, arson, looting and other criminality breaking out in one borough after another for the third night running, it is clear that this is organised disorder, with thugs being dispatched to provoke and escalate hooliganism and rioting from area to area through use of social media and apparently now, the more secure BlackBerries.

 

How Jihad Influenced the Norway Massacre

Hudson New York 9 August 2011
By Raymond Ibrahim

In his manifesto, Anders Breivik, the perpetrator of the Norway massacre, in which 80 people were killed and many wounded, mentioned the Crusades and aspects of it as they had been an inspirational factor to him. Predictably, Western elites—especially through the mainstream media—have begun a new round of moral, cultural, and historical relativism, some even conflating the terrorist with former President Bush, who once used the word "crusade."

 

Video: London riots: live

Telegraph.co.uk 9 August 2011
By Raf Sanchez and Matthew Holehouse

Latest 7.54 We've got the detail of the copy cat riots in Bristol last night: More than 150 young rioters were causing disruption in the areas of St Paul's and Stokes Croft, the scene of rioting earlier this year amid anger over a new Tesco store.

 

Seven in 10 back burka ban

Austrian Independent 9 August 2011

A vast majority of Austrians want an anti-burka law, according to a new poll. Viennese public opinion agency Karmasin spoke with 500 Austrians to find that 71 per cent of them were in favour of

 

Another Islamist Soldier Turns Terrorist in Texas

NewsByUs  9 August 2011
By Daniel Pipes

U.S. Army Private First Class Nasser Jason Abdo(1), 21, first made the news last August when, arguing(2) that his Islamic faith contradicts serving in the American military, he filed for

 

Paris Muslims offered disused barracks to stop prayers in the streets

RFI 9 August 2011

Muslims who have been praying in the streets of a Paris neighbourhood have been offered a disused barracks to pray in, French Interior Minister Claude Guéant announced Monday. Muslim leaders have

 

Islamism has taken strong roots in Norway

Pravda  9 August 2011
By Vadim Trukhachev

Recent terrorist attacks in Norway made many Norwegians talk about the problem of the relations between natives and immigrants from Muslim countries. The problem has manifested itself in one of the

 

Sharia: a law unto itself?

Telegraph.co.uk 9 August 2011
By Jonathan Wynne-Jones

After being beaten repeatedly by her husband – who had also threatened to kill her – Jameela turned to her local Sharia council in a desperate bid for a way out of her marriage. Today she discovers

 

Flames, rioting engulf London for third day

Expatica 9 August 2011

Violence spread across London for a third day on Monday with riot police tackling youths setting fire to cars and properties and looting shops in some of the worst rioting in the capital in

 

Graf questions decision to kick out Königshofer

Austrian Independent 9 August 2011

Bosses of Austria’s strongest right-wing faction are struggling to settle an intense party-internal dispute which experts say poses a risk to its grasp for power. Freedom Party (FPÖ) leader

 

Gang guilty of luring girls to horrific rape

menmedia.co.uk 9 August 2011

Two Rochdale cousins have been found guilty of taking part in a plot where two teenage girls were raped after being lured to an empty house. Shahid Hussain, 37, of Drake Street, and Tanveer Butt,

 

Blasts, gunfire as Syria intensifies crackdown

CanadianBusiness.com  9 August 2011

BEIRUT — A besieged Syrian city came under fresh artillery fire early Monday as a deadly military assault left President Bashar Assad's regime increasingly isolated, with Arab nations forcefully

 

London riots leave city scarred, 160 jailed

CBS News 9 August 2011

LONDON - Police arrested 160 people during a weekend of riots and looting that erupted in a disadvantaged London neighborhood just five miles from the site of next year's Olympic Games. Groups of

 

Spokesman of "moderate" and "largely secular" Muslim Brotherhood wants Mubarak's hand amputated for theft according to Sharia

Jihad Watch 9 August 2011

According to the Qur'an itself: "As for the thief, both male and female, cut off their hands. It is the reward of their own deeds, an exemplary punishment from Allah. Allah is Mighty, Wise"

 

Police admit Islamic terror threat concerns

Austrian Independent 9 August 2011

Terror experts consider Islamic extremism as the biggest threat to Austria in the medium term despite "vanishingly low" crime figures in this context. Austrian People’s Party (ÖVP) Interior

 

Cambridge mosque in 'buy a brick' plea

BBC News 9 August 2011

A "buy a brick appeal" has been launched to help raise funds for Cambridge's first purpose-built mosque. It is estimated around 350,000 bricks are needed for the Abu Bakr Jamia Mosque. The

 

Iran Revolutionary Guard Commander Becomes New President of OPEC

TheBlaze.com 9 August 2011
By Jonathon M. Seidl

If you were worried about foreign oil before and production gouging by OPEC before, just wait until you hear who‘s the organization’s new president. The Guardian is reporting that Rostam Ghasemi,

 

Tampa Police crime scene tech now admits "fear of Muslim reprisal" in honor killing classified as accidental death

Jihad Watch 9 August 2011

We held a rally for justice for Fatimah Abdallah last June. Now at last the truth is coming out. This is justice in America in 2011: a police department cowers in fear of violence from Muslims if it

 

Turkey voices "concern” over 20 deaths in violence against Chinese Muslims

Beliefnet.com 9 August 2011
By Rob Kerby

Turkey’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has expressed concern a new outbreak of violence against Muslim ethnic Uyghurs in China’s Xinjiang region. About 20 Uyghurs were killed in separate incidents

 

Video: "Democratic" Egypt Descends Further Into Islamist Chaos; Christians Resist

Christian Broadcasting Network 9 August 2011
By Erick Stakelbeck

The opening line from this new piece in The Australian says it all: The spokesman for Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, which portrays itself as a moderate Islamic movement, has called for execution and hand amputations if the Mubaraks are found guilty of murder and corruption.

 

The War Against Israel Goes On

Hudson New York 9 August 2011
By Guy Milliere

The « Gaza flotilla » failed. Only one boat reached the eastern coast of the Mediterranean. Most of them could not even leave their ports of departure. An attempt to replace the fleet with a «

 

Video: Prominent Egyptian Cleric: There Is No Compulsion In Islam . . . But If You Leave We Will Kill You

Weasel Zippers 9 August 2011
By Weasel Zippers

"(Third), the one who abandons his religion, and separates himself from the community.” The hadith is in both of the Sahihs (i.e. Bukhari and Muslim). "The one who abandons his religion, and separates himself from the community.” Islam does not compel anyone to enter it.

 
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