Finally: Muslim Woman Can Sue OC Jailers for Making Her Remove Her Headscarf in '06

LAist  4 October 2011

Souhair Khatib has been fighting to sue her Orange County jailers for some time now, and the Supreme Court has just given the Muslim woman's lawsuit the go-ahead. Khatib was forced to remove her


Christians who have fled Iran receive death threats

Catholic Culture 4 October 2011

Warned that they are watched by "acute eyes of the unknown soldiers,” 11 Protestants who have fled Iran have received e-mails offering them "the opportunity to repent and ask forgiveness from … the


Antwerp: City to offer stunning for Eid al-Adha sacrifice

Islam in Europe 4 October 2011

During Eid al-Adha, the city of Antwerp will, as in recent years, open up temporary slaughterhouses for Muslims to slaughter their sheep sacrifice. This is per request of the Flemish and federal


Cambridge mosque wins support from local non-Muslims

The Guardian 4 October 2011
By Riazat Butt

The Mill Road area of Cambridge has no landmarks or attractions and does not feature heavily on tourist guides to the city. But that could change if ambitious proposals for a L13m mosque get the


Terror at the Beach

Newsweek  4 October 2011
By Anna Nemtsova

The beach is crowded with men these days. Powerful, muscled Dagestani men, who practice martial arts and wrestle on the littered sand of the Caspian Sea shore in the capital city of Makhachkala. Some


No Hijab, No Peace: Analyzing the Rye Playland Incident

Islamist Watch 4 October 2011
By David J. Rusin

In a controversy sure to fuel the accommodation debate, 15 people were arrested on August 30 at Rye Playland, an amusement park in Westchester County, New York, following a melee that involved


The Jihad Lawyer

American Thinker 4 October 2011
By Pamela Geller

The New York Times reported last week that the Islamic supremacist lawyer Lamis J. Deek, who is representing Ahmed Ferhani in his trial for a jihad plot to blow up a synagogue, also represented for a


Ethnic Turk gets suspended sentence for radical Islam in Bulgaria

EMportal  4 October 2011

52-year-old Kadir Kadir has received a one-year suspended sentence with a three-year probation for preaching jihadism. Kadir was also sentenced to pay a fine of BGN 6 000 by the District Court in


Political correctness continues to stifle debate on multiculturalism

Daily Mail  4 October 2011
By Abhijit Pandya

Not so long ago I accepted a post for teaching law at one of Britain’s prestigious Universities. On my first hour of arriving I was taken in to meet the Head of Department. I was told that a


Maldives criminalizes preaching of any religion other than Islam

Jihad Watch 4 October 2011

This is the other side of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation's ongoing efforts to compel the West to criminalize "defamation of religion" -- that is, realistic and truthful portrayals of Islam.


US 'Underwear bomber' trial to open in Detroit

The West Australian  4 October 2011

DETROIT, Michigan - A young Nigerian accused of trying to blow up a packed airliner bound for the United States on Christmas Day 2009 was due in court Tuesday to stand trial for one of


American Liberals and Iranian Mullahs Peddle Fear

FrontPage Magazine 4 October 2011
By David Horowitz and Robert Spencer

In late August, the Center for American Progress issued a 130-page pamphlet called Fear Inc.: The Roots of the Islamphobia Network in America. It was filled with inaccuracy, misrepresentation and


AP Enterprise: Global Islamic group rising in Asia

CBS News 4 October 2011

JAKARTA, Indonesia — The chanting crowd at the radical Muslim protest in Indonesia stood out for its normalcy: smartly dressed businessmen, engineers, lawyers, smiling mothers, scampering


No Celebrity Outrage for Iranian Pastor Nadarkhani

FrontPage Magazine 4 October 2011
By Mark Tapson

When it comes to publicly protesting the sentences of death row inmates, celebrity outrage for a convicted cop-killer is off the charts, but a Christian pastor in Iran about to die for his beliefs


Terrorism "specialists” claim Pentagon model plane plotter misinterpreted Islam

Creeping Sharia 4 October 2011

Terrorism and national security specialists said that Ferdaus represents a growing security concern in the United States about young American Muslims being radicalized by Al Qaeda propaganda, who


Islam will be main source of legislation in new Libya: NTC leader

Radio Cadena Agramonet 4 October 2011

Tripoli - The Libyan National Transitional Council (NTC) leaders have named a new Cabinet, saying that Islam will be main source of legislation in post-Gaddafi Libya. In an interview with


Ohio Muslim Inmates Sue Over Meal Preparation

Fox News 4 October 2011

COLUMBUS, Ohio – A death row inmate says the Ohio prison system is denying him meals prepared according to Islamic law -- known as halal -- while at the same time providing kosher meals to Jewish


Shhhh! CAIR Wants Speaker Silenced at U.S. Law School

ACT! for America 4 October 2011
By Drew Zahn

The Council on American-Islamic Relations is working to stop author and former Muslim Nonie Darwish from addressing students this week at Virginia's George Mason University School of


Video: NY Law School Symposium "Sharia in America" Plenary Panel (Day 2)

youtube 4 October 2011
By pakayhall

Part 10 of 10. The Plenary Panel takes questions from the audience. This is the conclusion of the Symposium. ( I had to reposition the hyper sensitive recorder when people were not speaking directly into mic but the rustling noise is brief)


Wash. Muslims asks for investigation of FBI bias

Seattle Post Intelligencer 4 October 2011

SEATTLE — A Washington state Muslim group has asked the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate alleged anti-Islam bias in FBI trainings of law enforcement officers and regular citizens. In


Austrians see high multiethnic conflict potential

Austrian Independent 4 October 2011

A new survey has revealed a significant potential for conflicts between Austrians and foreigners. A poll by the Centre for Future Studies of Salzburg’s FH higher education college shows that 53


U.S. Woman Facing Somalia Terror Case Arrested

Fox News 4 October 2011

A U.S. woman accused of funneling money to a terrorist group in Somalia was handcuffed and removed from a courtroom Monday when she refused to stand for the judge hearing the case. Amina Farah


Muslim Polygamists Exploiting British Welfare System

Hudson New York 30 September 2011
By Soeren Kern

Tens of thousands of Muslim immigrants in Britain are practicing bigamy or polygamy in order to collect bigger social welfare payments from the British state, according to experts interviewed in a British newspaper exposé on the subject.

The September 24 report shows that the phenomenon of bigamy and polygamy -- which is permitted by Islamic Sharia law -- is far more widespread in Britain than previously believed, even though it is a crime there, punishable by up to seven years in prison.


Updates on Balkan Islamic extremism

International Analyst Network 30 September 2011
By Ioannis Michaletos

The Balkan Islamic extremism, although it is considered as a taboo theme by most of the mainstream media, is still an issue debated in high-level and sensitive discussions between policy makers across the world, due to importance of the region as a historical fault line between the West and the East, in parallel with the ongoing interstate competitions that are cantered around South-eastern Europe.


Victory for Truth and Free Speech Over Islamic Supremacism

Human Events 30 September 2011
By Pamela Geller

A years-long battle is over, and Islamic supremacism has suffered a stunning and well-deserved defeat in its ongoing war against free speech and those who dare to tell the truth about Islam. Omar Tarazi, a lawyer linked to the Hamas front group the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), has dismissed his frivolous, harassing $10 million libel lawsuit against me with prejudice, which means that it cannot be refiled.

This case was about much more than just Tarazi’s false charge that I libeled him. His dismissal of the case is a huge victory for the First Amendment, truth and the anti-Sharia movement in this country, which is exposing an insidious cancer that brings progressives and Islamic supremacists together in the common cause of attacking anyone who criticizes Islamic supremacism with the threat of lawsuits, actual lawsuits, or even worse, violence.


The Radio-Controlled Airplane Jihad

Human Events 30 September 2011
By John Hayward

Did you know a homegrown radicalized Muslim was just arrested for plotting to fly remote-controlled airplanes full of high explosives into the Pentagon and the U.S. Capitol, as part of his long-term plan to help al-Qaeda wage "jihad” against the "enemies of Allah?”

You might have heard about the remote control planes and the explosives.  Rezwan Ferdaus, a 26-year-old Northeastern University physics graduate who lived in Massachusetts, was busted by the FBI after he tried to purchase explosives from undercover agents.  He was planning to turn some large model airplanes – the kind that barely fit into a car trunk once they’ve been assembled – into GPS-guided missiles.


Video: Melanie Phillips on Islam in Britian

vladtepesblog 30 September 2011

Arguably one of the most lucid people alive


Norway charges ‘Mohammed cartoon terrorists’

IceNews 30 September 2011

Norwegian prosecutors have decided to charge three men in connection with a plot against a cartoonist who drew controversial pictures of the Prophet Mohammed for a Danish newspaper in 2005. Iraqi


Dutch law stronger than Islamic law

Expatica 30 September 2011

Dutch courts sometimes conform to the legal rules of other countries, but they are always watching for violations of the Dutch legal system and of human rights. These are always held first, said


Belgian cop attacked for trying to unveil Muslim woman

RT 30 September 2011

A police officer has been attacked by a Muslim man in Brussels after he demanded that the man’s wife remove her veil. Belgium outlawed the wearing of Islamic garments which cover the face. The

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