Kitman TV 10 February 2012
By Frank Kitman
Documentary providing an undercover investigation and insight into Britain's growing Asian heroin gang problem. Thanks to BritainDivided for the upload
Few facts revealed...
- Mainly Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Hindu heroin gangs operating all over UK
- Involved at every level of trade, from smuggling to money launderin
- Using seemingly legitimate cash businesses as fronts
Sheikh Nasser Al Omar pleads to the king that Saudi writer Hamza Kashgari gets executed for supposedly writing "shameful" comments about prophet Mohammed on Twitter.
British Freedom 9 February 2012
Here’s our new mini-poster, soon to be published and made available for order via the website.
Can you think of somewhere to stick it?
scrippsnews.com 9 February 2012
By CLIFFORD D. MAY
M. Zuhdi Jasser is a physician, a Navy veteran, an American patriot and a Muslim who does not hold with those who preach that Islam commands its followers to take part in a war against unbelievers.
"The Third Jihad: Radical Islam's Vision for America," a documentary film Jasser narrated, takes a hard look at those Muslims who are waging this war -- both with bombs and by stealthier means. The film had been among the educational materials used to train New York City police officers. Then, last month, The New York Times went on what one might call a crusade against the movie, publishing a series of articles branding it a "hate-filled film about Muslims," suggesting it was scandalous for the New York Police Department to have screened it, and calling on Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly to "apologize for the film ... and make clear that his department does not tolerate such noxious and dangerous stereotyping."
WASHINGTON -- Critics say last year's Arab Spring should be called instead the "Arab Nightmare." Egypt is just one example. The long-time U.S. ally now appears to be playing a hostile game of chicken, with American pro-democracy workers caught in the middle.
WASHINGTON -- A new study of homegrown terrorism involving Muslim Americans suggests that the alarm bells set off by Republicans in Congress over sleeper cells of Islamic extremists may be much too loud.