Do you know attacker’s face?

The Star 18 November 2011

THIS is the face of a sex attacker police want to trace following an assault on a woman in Sheffield last weekend. Police investigating an allegation of serious sexual assault on a woman in her


Menace of the bus sex attackers

Chronicle Online 18 November 2011

BUS passengers are being urged to be vigilant after police launched a hunt for three different men who all sexually assaulted women on buses in Oldham. Three different women reported being


Iranian official: "Iran has never shown aggression against neighbors” 18 November 2011

"Dynamic security of the South Caucasus” conference took place in Yerevan on November 17. According to US expert and council of Iranian Ambassador to Armenia had dispute during the


Kuwait: Arab Spring arrives, protesters in parliament 18 November 2011

BEIRUT - The Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah al Ahmad al Jaber al Sabah, today ordered the government to "take all necessary measures against actions that could undermine the country's security," after


American Islamists and Iranian Propaganda

Right Side News 18 November 2011

Tune in to Press TV, the Iranian government's English-language broadcast outlet, and you will see reports of the pervasive evil represented by the United States. It seeks war. It fabricated an


Libya: Islamic supremacists ransack mosque graves as Sharia chaos engulfs nation

Jihad Watch 18 November 2011

"These are all troubling signs for all those who wanted a secular Libya." I tried to tell you. "Libya’s Islamists Ransack Mosque Graves in Power Struggle," by Christopher Stephen for Bloomberg,


Turkey: many violations of freedom of expression

ANSAmed 17 November 2011

ANKARA - The European Court of Human Rights is currently examining one thousand presumed violations of freedom of expression in Turkey, a huge amount, according to the secretary general of the Council of Europe, Thorbjorn Jagland, who has been speaking in Ankara today. Jagland repeated the European Council's concern at the constriction of freedom of the press in the country but also focussed on the commitment with which the Turkish government wants to bring the country's legal standards up to European levels.


Congressman Allen West Co-Sponsors the Open Fuel Standard Act

Citizen Warrior 17 November 2011

The courageous, straight-talking Republican from Florida has co-sponsored the Open Fuel Standard Act. If anyone understands the threat to our national security posed by our continued funding of Wahhabism, it is Congressman Allen West. His understanding of radical Islam is unsurpassed among elected officials.


Standing for British Freedom

Gates of Vienna 17 November 2011

As we reported last week, our long-time friend and contributor Paul Weston has been elected the chairman of the British Freedom Party. For those millions of Britons who object to mass immigration and oppose the Islamization of their country, British Freedom offers a real alternative to the three major political parties.


• Video: Has the OSCE Succumbed to Shariah? An Interview with Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff

New English Review 17 November 2011
By Jerry Gordon

As 2011 draws to a close, a constellation of events, in the Middle East, Europe and the US have thrust certain doctrinal precepts of Islam which endanger basic Western values such as freedom of speech, into public debate. Terms like Shariah, blasphemy and Islamophobia have entered the mainstream largely at the insistence of the Saudi-based 56-member Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). Bat Ye’or has described this organization in her recent book as the focal point of a rising world-wide Caliphate.


Norway Embraces Islamist Tyranny

Hudson New York 17 November 2011
By Bruce Bawer

Anti-Semitism in Norway, where I have lived for twelve years, is over the top. I have never quite gotten used to it. Every now and then I hear or read something that reminds me that I am living in Europe, in a country that was occupied by the Nazis, and where a lot of people were perfectly okay with that. I think it is fair to say that anti-Semitism in Norway is most virulent among the cultural elite – the academics, intellectuals, writers, journalists, politicians, and technocrats – although thanks to the media and schools, it has trickled down to many ordinary Norwegians, some of whom may never even have met a Jewish person.


Graz: Police chief warns mosque might serve for radical infiltration

Islam in Europe 17 November 2011

Via Islam vs. Europe (via Kleine Zeitung): Why is the building of the mosque so problematical in your view? GAISCH: I’ve got nothing against it, as long as it’s there for everyone. And


Trial opens for Mohammed cartoonist attack plot

Deutsche Welle 17 November 2011
By Gregg Benzow

Three men accused of plotting to bomb the Danish newspaper, Jyllands-Posten, for printing cartoons of the prophet Mohammed pleaded not guilty in a Norwegian court on Tuesday. The trio of


Netherlands Sliding into the Abyss

FrontPage Magazine 17 November 2011
By Bruce Bawer

In a new interview in the Dutch magazine Panorama, Geert Wilders? talks about a variety of things, including his forthcoming book about Islam, which will be published in the U.S. in April. In it, he


CAIR Slams Muslim Foes of al-Shabaab

The Council on American-Islamic Relations' (CAIR) campaign of discrediting critics reached a new low last week, when it called two Minneapolis activists "anti-Muslim" for their participation in a


'All-American Muslim' Misleads on Islam

Human Events 17 November 2011
By Robert Spencer

TLC’s much-ballyhooed All-American Muslim reality show makes its agenda clear in its opening sequences: shots of a hijabbed girl roller-skating, Muslims dancing at a wedding, an American flag waving


Benetton pulls ad featuring doctored photo of pope kissing imam

CNN Belief Blog 17 November 2011
By Dan Gilgoff

United Colors of Benetton announced Wednesday it is pulling an ad featuring a doctored picture of the pope kissing a male Muslim cleric on the same day the ad was unveiled in response to criticism.

The ad featured a fake picture of Pope Benedict XVI kissing Ahmed Mohamed el-Tayeb, imam of the Al-Azhar mosque, a prominent Muslim house of worship in Cairo, Egypt.


‘Son of Hamas’ holds Islam responsible for Middle East’s anguish

The Globe and Mail 17 November 2011
By Michael Posner

Mosab Hassan Yousef bears a rare distinction: he is twice an apostate. The eldest son of Hamas founder Sheik Hassan Yousef, he secretly began working for Israel’s Shin Bet security service in 1997


How Iran persecutes its oldest religion 17 November 2011
By Jamsheed K. Choksy

Bloomington, Indiana -- As Zoroastrian funerary processions enter the graveyard overlooking the Tehran suburb of Ray, their sobriety is often shattered by the sound of explosions and gunfire.


Geller: All-American Muslim hides the truth about Islam

Jihad Watch 17 November 2011

Here is more info on the dhimmi whitewash that is the "reality" show All-American Muslim. "'All-American Muslim' hides the truth about Islam," by Pamela Geller at WorldNetDaily, November 15:


U.S. Senator returns contribution from former CAIR official

Act! for America 17 November 2011

File this one under "don’t believe for a moment that our efforts aren’t making a difference.” For over three years ACT! for America has been shouting from the rooftops about who CAIR (Council on


Denying Asylum to a Gay Saudi Diplomat

FrontPage Magazine 17 November 2011
By Bruce Bawer

Benjamin Weinthal, citing a Saudi-American blogger, Rasheed Abvou-Alsamh, reports in The Jerusalem Post that the U.S. Government last week denied asylum to a gay Saudi diplomat "to avoid disrupting


Bombs explode 30km from Irish Defence Forces camp in Lebanon

TheJournal 17 November 2011

TWO BOMBS EXPLODED in the port city of Tyre in southern Lebanon this morning, about 30km away from the Irish Defence Forces camp. No casualties were reported after the incident and the Irish


Osama bin Laden Was a Sensitive Man, Says al-Zawahiri

International Business Times 17 November 2011
By Aditya Rangroo

The new chief of al Qaida described Osama bin Laden as a sensitive man who cried when his friends lost family members, remained close to his children despite the hard life of an international


South African Muslims furious at 'halal pork' scandal

BBC News 17 November 2011

South African Muslims have reacted with outrage to allegations that a leading meat importer labelled pork as halal. The head of Cape Town-based Orion Cold Storage said he had received death


Egyptian artist defies Islamic extremism by posting nude self-photos on web 17 November 2011

A 20-year-old Egyptian blogger has defied Islamic prudes in her country by posting nude photographs of herself on the Internet "I have the right to live freely in any place. I feel happy and self


Kuwaiti held after Ethiopian maid beaten to death

Emirates 24/7 17 November 2011

A Kuwaiti citizen has been arrested for allegedly beating his Ethiopian housekeeper to death, a Kuwaiti newspaper reported on Tuesday. Citing legal sources, Al-Jarida daily said the man, who was


Tunisia's Islamists hail arrival of the 'sixth caliphate' 17 November 2011
By Jonathan Mitchell

Hamadi Jebeli, secretary-general of Ennahda, the moderate Islamist party which romped to victory in last month's elections, told a rally in the city of Sousse: "My brothers, you are at a historic


Afghan Christians in Danger At Home and Abroad

AINA 17 November 2011
By Aidan Clay

The following urgent message from Obaid S. Christ, an Afghan Christian living in New Delhi, arrived in my inbox two weeks ago: "I just received a warning call from a person who introduced himself


This is Sparta!

British Freedom 16 November 2011
By Bran ap Maelor

Immigration criteria? Why is immigration into Europe tolerated at all? Let’s look at the logic of accepting immigrants. One of the favourite excuses proffered is to attract ‘skilled’ or ‘wealthy’ immigrants who will boost the economy – really? Let us suppose we are facing a shortage of brain surgeons, what to do? There are two obvious choices; either train our own people to do the job or import ‘skilled’ foreigners.

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