New butchers' posters for halal market

Islamist Watch 24 May 2012

Eblex has developed new posters for butchers catering for the halal market in order to satisfy increased demand from the sector. The new beef and lamb carcase posters feature cuts and


Lady Gaga Responds To Islamic Threats Over Show In Indonesia Show 24 May 2012
By John Mitchell

Lady Gaga has responded to the increasingly volatile situation surrounding her "Born This Way" concert in Indonesia, saying on Twitter that she has been asked by authorities to censor her


Voting in Egypt as ‘Holy War’ to Empower Sharia

FrontPage Magazine 24 May 2012
By Raymond Ibrahim

Despite the fact that some in the West portray Islam and democracy as being perfectly compatible, evidence continues to emerge that, for many countries in the Middle East, democracy and


Would-be Fort Hood jihad mass murderer wears mask in court to prevent him from biting his lip and spitting blood on jailers

Jihad Watch 24 May 2012

This thoroughly loathsome jihadist Abdo said in 2010 that he wanted to combat "Islamophobia” and "to try and put a good positive spin out there that Islam is a good, peaceful religion.


• Video: Nicolai Sennels on the Michael Coren Show

Vlad Tepes Blog 22 May 2012
By Michael Coren

The Danish psychologist Nicolai Sennels explains his findings on the four main psychological differences between Muslims and Westerners: anger, self confidence, self responsibility and tolerence. Sennels also explains why integration of Muslims in the West will never happen to the necessary extent: Either they see no reason to do integrate, they are not allow to or they are not able to.


Those Pesky Balkans … We’d Better Pay Attention

Canada Free Press 22 May 2012
By Dr. Samuel J. Mikolaski

For many Americans the Balkan issue was settled by the Dayton Accords of 1995, which ended the wars entailed in the break-up of Yugoslavia. Little public attention has been paid to the area


A Giant Passes

American Thinker 22 May 2012
By Andrew G. Bostom

My friend and generous mentor, the historian and fearless human rights activist, David Gerald Littman, died yesterday, May 20, 2012, succumbing to acute myelogenous leukemia, after a stoic, typically intrepid struggle.

In addition to amassing his own unique and prodigious output, David was a devoted husband and champion of the pioneering scholarship of his wife of 53 years, Gisele Orebi, better known under her nom de plume, Bat Ye'or. Despite stultifying modern taboos, together, the Littmans worked indefatigably to educate humanity -- non-Muslim and Muslim, alike -- about the genocidal living legacy of jihadism.


A David Littman Retrospective

Gates of Vienna 22 May 2012

As mentioned in last night’s news feed, the redoubtable Counterjihad activist David Littman died yesterday in Switzerland after a long battle with leukemia.

Mr. Littman has been eloquently eulogized by Jerry Gordon at The New English Review, and by Andy Bostom at his own website. I’m sure many more remembrances will be published in the next few days.

Vlad Tepes has compiled two video retrospectives to illustrate the enormous efforts that David Littman made at the United Nations in the thankless task of resisting the Islamization of that body.


In memory of David

Jerusalem Post 22 May 2012

David Littman, historian, writer, financier, public figure and relentless activist at the UN in Geneva promoting human rights issues as well as supporting Israel and the Jewish People, sadly passed away on May 20, 2012 in his home town of Gland on Lake Geneva.


Muslim Child-Rape Gangs in Britain

Gatestone Institute 22 May 2012
By Soeren Kern

Nine Muslim men belonging to a child-rape gang in northwestern England have received hefty prison sentences for trafficking and raping young British girls.

The three-month sexual grooming trial at a court in Liverpool, which ended on May 9, has drawn nationwide attention to the sexual abuse of children and women by Muslim immigrants, and British police are currently investigating at least 40 other cases of child rapes perpetrated by Muslims in northern England.


Oslo Rape Wave: Detailed Statistics

Gates of Vienna 22 May 2012

We’ve reported numerous times in the past on the wave of culturally-enriched rapes in Oslo, the capital of Norway. Different explanations have been offered — global warming, for example,


‘Westernised’ Shafilea Ahmed tortured by her Muslim family, court told

Metro 22 May 2012
By Fred Attewill

Shafilea Ahmed – described as ‘thoroughly Westernised’ – was murdered by strict Muslims Iftikhar Ahmed, 52, and Farzana, 49, after their year-long campaign of violence to ‘crush’ her


Asylum seekers' protest camp grows

A campsite in the province of Groningen inhabited by rejected asylum seekers continues to grow as more people join the protest. Around 300 asylum seekers are living in tents in Ter


Islamist urges 'death for far-right party members'

The Local 22 May 2012

A German Islamist has called for the murder of members of a far-right party that regularly provokes ultra-conservative Muslims using cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. The taz newspaper


Ad criticizing Muslim chaplain at WFU draws fire 22 May 2012
By Lisa O'donnell

An alumnus from Wake Forest University who took out an advertisement in Monday's Winston-Salem Journal criticizing Imam Khalid Griggs, a university chaplain, said he did so as a way of


Polish agriculture minister says he won’t ban ritual slaughter

The Times of Israel 22 May 2012

WARSAW, Poland — Poland’s minister of agriculture said he will not bow to activists and ban ritual slaughter in the country. Polish Agricultural Minister Marek Sawicki said May


Islamic Call to Prayer in the Royal Ontario Museum

Canada Free Press 22 May 2012
By Thomas Bryan Stone

On Monday, May 21st (Victoria Day), I was guiding the children of a friend around the Royal Ontario Museum when I heard the Muslim call to prayer belting out of the PA system. After the


Leftist brownshirts vow violent disruption of counter-jihad meetings

Jihad Watch 22 May 2012

In the early days of Nazi Germany, the Nazi Storm Troopers (SA) beat and often killed the Nazis' political opponents. They were especially active on college campuses, in an eerie foretaste


Muslim Brotherhood Attempting to Disenfranchise Egyptian Christian Voters

AINA (press release) 22 May 2012
By Mary Abdelmassih

The Egyptian presidential election campaigns are coming to an end, with voting slated for May 23 and 24. Ruthless smear tactics have been used by the different candidates to disqualify each


Lockerbie bomber Megrahi buried at simple funeral in Libya

The Guardian 22 May 2012
By Chris Stephen

Abdelbaset al-Megrahi, the only man convicted over the 1988 Lockerbie bombing, was buried at a simple funeral on Tuesday, in vivid contrast to the rapturous welcome he was given on his


Israel Denies Turkish Media Report Of Huge Troop Deployment To Greek Cyprus

International Business Times 22 May 2012
By Palash R. Ghosh

Israel has denied a report by Turkish media that it plans to deploy 20,000 soldiers and commandos to Greek Cyprus in order to protect its energy projects there. In a written statement,


Freedom of the press, Hezbollah-style

Elder of Ziyon 22 May 2012

Restrictions have been imposed at Hezbollah’s Manar television to avoid the appearance of unveiled women on the station’s programs. The decision by Manar TV not to host unveiled women on


Ohio man gets six years for plot to smuggle money to Hezbollah

Chicago Tribune 22 May 2012
By Kim Palmer

CLEVELAND - An Ohio man was sentenced on Monday to more than six years in federal prison after pleading guilty to plans to ship $200,000 to the Muslim militant group Hezbollah in


Pakistan restores Twitter after outcry

Financial Review 22 May 2012
By Salman Masood

The Pakistani government blocked access to the social networking service Twitter for much of Sunday, after publicly holding Twitter responsible for promoting what it described as a


Turkish Actors Protest State Control of Theaters 22 May 2012
By Dorian Jones

ISTANBUL - Hundreds of actors and supporters of free expression recently demonstrated in the heart of Istanbul against what they call growing political control of the country's municipal


Nepal strike enters second day; six injured in clashes

Gulf Times 22 May 2012

At least six people were injured in clashes between an agitating ethnic group and locals who were opposing the three-day strike, called by Nepal Federation of Indigenous Nationalities


'Donkey rape' sparks tribal massacre in Yemen

Emirates 24/7 22 May 2012

Fifteen people were killed or injured in tribal fighting in Yemen after a male donkey chased an ass and raped it just near the house of its owner. Newspapers in Yemen said the owner of


Iran executes 14 people on drug charges - report

Yahoo!7 22 May 2012

DUBAI - Iran hanged 14 people convicted of drug trafficking on Monday, the official IRNA news agency reported, the latest mass executions by a country that has been criticised by

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