Bulgarian Muslims Recall Communist Repression

ABC News 3 April 2012
By VESELIN TOSHKOV

Ibrahim Byalk has had a bullet stuck in his arm for nearly four decades. It adds to the painful memories of communist repression in this quiet village in southern Bulgaria. "It hurts sometimes

 

Jihad in France Just Beginning

Gatestone Institute 3 April 2012
By Guy Milliere

The Congress of the French branch of the Muslim Brotherhood (UOIF) will take place in the city of Le Bourget, near Paris, from April 6-9. Over 100,000 participants are expected. Six anti-Semitic Islamic preachers who were invited to speak were denied entry into France. Other anti-Semitic Islamic preachers will speak anyway ; they are French, they cannot be expelled. They will not be condemned.

 

'Hero' father who was credited with helping to stop riots appears in court after 'punching man to the ground in road rage attack

Daily Mail 3 April 2012

A father who was credited for helping to bring to an end last summer's riots accused a man of staring at his wife before punching him to the ground, a court has heard. Tariq Jahan allegedly

 

UK forced marriage victims much younger than previously thought

The Independent 3 April 2012
By Nina Lakhani

Britain's forced marriage victims are being coerced to marry in more far flung places and at a much younger age than previously thought. Last year more than half of the 1,500 cases the Foreign

 

Egyptian MB Presidential Candidate: "Indeed Islam is Religion and State”

andrewbostom.org 3 April 2012
By Andrew Bostom

As noted yesterday, Dr. Khairat Al-Shater, Deputy Chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), will be the popular, mainstream Egyptian Islamic party’s candidate for the Presidency, breaking the MB’s

 

Muslim crime band leader who robbed companies to finance religious sect, arrested

Gazeta.Ru 3 April 2012
By Anastassia Berseneva

Police arrested the supposed bandit leader whose gang attacked the storage facility in Khimki, Moscow oblast, and were shot down in a skirmish with police. According to a police source, the leader is

 

Christian Blood on Obama’s Hands

Canada Free Press 3 April 2012
By Daniel Greenfield

On Christmas Day of last year, Muslim terrorists set off bombs in churches across Nigeria. It was one of the worst attacks by Boko Haram, which is determined to continue its reign of terror until the

 

Burka blagger jailed: Armed robber who disguised himself in Muslim dress is locked up after 30k gems raid

Daily Mail 3 April 2012
By Jill Reilly

This is the dramatic moment an armed robber, disguised as a Muslim woman in a burka, blagged his way into a jewellery store, and was followed by three accomplices who stole L30,000 of valuables in a gems raid.

 

The Truth or Taqiyya

Canada Free Press 3 April 2012
By Frank Gaffney Jr

One of the most important challenges we face as a free people is understanding the true nature of - and threat posed by - a totalitarian, supremacist Islamic doctrine its adherents call shariah. So,

 

The Terror Attack in Toulouse: Aberration or Symptom

Canada Free Press 3 April 2012
By Shimon Stein and Yoram Schweitzer

The events in Toulouse shone a spotlight on the threat posed by global jihadism to Europe and on several problems that for some time have been on the French and European Union agenda, first and

 

Tunisia's Governing Islamists Admit Talks with Salafis

Israel National News 3 April 2012
By Elad Benari

The head of Tunisia's governing Islamist party revealed on Monday that he was in talks with Salafi Islamists to keep pursuing their agenda via legal means, despite their being unhappy with the fact

 

• A few words about yesterday's demonstrations ...

EuropeNews 2 April 2012
Original: Et par ord om gårsdagens demonstrationer, Uriasposten
By Kim Møller
Translated by editors/EuropeNews

Time is a scarce resource, and it will be impossible for me to do a systematic review of the media's ridiculous coverage of the EDL demonstration. In more than a month, politicians and the media fought rally from an entirely common point of view. There would be violent "right-wing extremists' coming to Aarhus, and more - not only the extreme left used the alleged violence as a basis for their desire to deny the anti-Islamists their right to demonstrate.

 

The Hague mosque suspends radical sheikh

The Sunnah mosque in The Hague has suspended Sheikh Fawaz for at least three weeks for allegedly insulting board members and disturbing a meeting. In an interview with Radio Netherlands Worldwide,

 

80 arrested after anti-Islam protest in Denmark

Deseret News 2 April 2012
By Louise Nordstrom

AARHUS, Denmark — More than 80 people were arrested Saturday as protesters hurling rocks and bottles tried to interrupt an anti-Islamic demonstration by far-right groups from across northern Europe,

 

Germany: Mob of Muslim Mourners Overruns Hospital

Islam versus Europe 2 April 2012
By Cheradenine Zakalwe

At St. Elisabeth Hospital in Herten, Germany, police were called when a 90-strong Muslim mob overran the hospital and refused to obey staff requests to leave. The incident was provoked when a

 

Supreme court sentences non-Italian father for child abuse

ANSA.it 2 April 2012

Rome - The Italian Supreme Court on Friday upheld a sentence for abuse and aggravated assault by a Moroccan father against his 12-year-old daughter. Defense lawyers maintained that the

 

Police link 38 girls to sex abuse case

Oxford Mail 2 April 2012

THIRTY-EIGHT girls may have been involved in a child prostitution ring, it emerged yesterday. Detectives had originally identified 24 girls, but Simon Heptonstall, prosecuting, told Amersham Court

 

Looking for Mr. Charisma

Gates of Vienna 2 April 2012

The following article and interview with the German scholar and author Udo Ulfkotte was translated by JLH. The translator’s introduction concerns the need for — and lack of — charisma among the leaders of the European Counterjihad:

 

Freedom of speech, multiculturalism and Islamism

Jerusalem Post 2 April 2012
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF

An interesting stage production was put on recently at the National Theatre in London by an avant-garde dance-theater group, under the title "Can we talk about this?” The essence of the production

 

Turkey: Islamic school reform passed

ANSAmed 2 April 2012

ANKARA - Realising a decades-old objective amid protest from the secular opposition, Turkey's moderate Islamic premier Recep Tayyip Erdogan has pushed through a reform today that favours

 

Video: Tommy Robinson on the BBC

Gates of Vienna 2 April 2012

English Defence League leader Tommy Robinson appeared this morning on the BBC program "The Big Question”. The two-part video below shows the half-hour debate.

 

Forced marriage: Girl aged five among 400 minors helped

BBC News 2 April 2012
By Poonam Taneja

A five-year-old girl is thought to have become the UK's youngest victim of forced marriage. She was one of 400 children to receive assistance from the government's Forced Marriage Unit in the last

 

Charges in first aiding terror case filed in Czech court

Czech Position 2 April 2012
By Chris Johnstone

Charges of supporting terrorism have been filed in a Czech court for the first time in recent history against three suspects from the Russian republic of Dagestan and one from Moldava, according to a

 

The 'Islamic Art' Hoax

American Thinker 2 April 2012
By Jessica Rubin

Talking about Islamic art is rather like talking about the art of the Khanates. The Imperial Kingdom of Genghis Khan was the largest contiguous empire on earth. But just because different lands and

 

Video: Mark Steyn on Coren fighting political correctness

Vlad Tepes 2 April 2012

 

Video: Michael Coren and Robert Spencer discuss the threat of Islamic jihad and the Islamic war on free speech

Jihad Watch 2 April 2012

On Saturday I appeared on Michael Coren's Sun TV show to discuss the threat of Islamic jihad and supremacism, and the Islamic war on free speech. Video thanks to Blazing Cat Fur.

 

Nazareth imam convicted of inciting terror

Jerusalem Post 2 April 2012
By JOANNA PARASZCZUK

The Nazareth Magistrate’s Court on Sunday convicted the imam of a city mosque on charges of incitement to violence and terrorism and supporting a terror organization. The state attorney’s office

 

"Threat of Christianization" conference held by Malaysian state

People of Shambhala 2 April 2012

The Malaysian state of Johor, in the southern Malaysian Peninsula, has announced that it will host a conference titled the "Strengthening the Faith, the Dangers of Liberalism and Pluralism and the

 

Honor Killings Grow in the West: Islam's Gruesome Gallery

Atlas Shrugs 2 April 2012
By Pamela Geller

The horror of these young girls -- terror-stricken victims, who live in homemade concentration camps -- is given the imprimatur of the West in its complicit silence. The media goes to extraordinary lengths to whitewash these crimes and disconnect the motive for these murders. The West looks away as more and more girls fall victim to the sharia in the West.

 

Video: Nudity is Freedom: "Better Naked than in a Burka!"

Islam versus Europe 2 April 2012
By Cheradenine Zakalwe

This protest took place in Paris today. The women's group - called FEMEN - arrived wearing burkas then stripped them off.


Femen : Plutôt à poil qu'en burqa przez LeNouvelObservateur

 
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