Bosnia: U.S. embassy jihadist says he misunderstood Islam all by himself

Jihad Watch 31 October 2011

However, last year he visited a Sharia village that was raided for weapons. Imagine: an entire village full of Misunderstanders of Islam, and nary a True, Peaceful Muslim around to set them straight.


MP urges action over Muslim group

AFP 31 October 2011

Home Secretary Theresa May should take action against the extremist Muslims Against Crusades group, a Tory MP has said after being threatened by the group at a constituency surgery. Up to a dozen


Turkey and Islamism - The Start of a Beautiful Friendship?

Family Security Matters 31 October 2011
By Darlene Casella

At the end of Casablanca, when Rick and Louis walk off into the fog, Renault says: "I think this is the start of a beautiful friendship.” Something similar is happening with Turkish Prime


Britain should become more Christian, says Baroness Warsi 31 October 2011
By Christopher Hope,

Lady Warsi, who is also co-chairman of the Conservative Party, said the Government wanted to create a country where people were not embarrassed to say they believed in God or attended


ICC warns Libya's Saif al-Islam against fleeing

The International Criminal Court said on Saturday Saif al-Islam Gaddafi was in contact through intermediaries about surrendering for trial, but it also had information mercenaries were trying to


Poppy-burning Muslims plan new 'hell for heroes' demonstration on November 11 31 October 2011

An extreme Muslim group which caused outrage by burning a poppy last Remembrance Sunday is planning further disruption on November 11, with a twisted 'Hell for Heroes' campaign. The demo, which


Saudi prince backs cleric's bounty for abduction of Israeli soldiers for prisoner exchanges, throws in $900,000 of his own

Jihad Watch 31 October 2011

We have called many times over the years for a sort of "Manhattan Project" for innovations toward the goal of energy independence. Imagine all of the ridiculous political and moral compromises


MP Mike Freer 'threatened at mosque surgery'

BBC News 31 October 2011

An MP has described how he waited for police behind a locked door during a constituency surgery after he was threatened by a group of men. Mike Freer said it happened at North Finchley mosque in


Swedish court bans niqab-wearing women

The Local 31 October 2011

Three women wearing head scarves completely shielding their faces were denied entry to a Gothenburg courtroom on Friday during the remand hearing of one of the suspects in the Röda Sten murder plot


Turkey’s Third Wave – And the Coming Quest for Strategic Reassurance 31 October 2011
By Dr. Ian O. Lesser

Turkey may be entering a "third wave” in the evolution of its modern foreign policy, with continued regional activism played out in a strategic environment that is increasingly insecure and crisis


Video: IAF thwarts rocket launch attempt in Gaza 31 October 2011

Defense Minister Ehud Barak: "We will do everything to defend Israeli civilians"; over 30 projectiles fired at Israel in past day Date: 30/10/2011, 9:00 AM Author: IDF Website Over 30 rockets and mortars were fired from the Gaza Strip at Israeli communities over the past day.


Libya Lifts Ban on Polygamy as Fears Grow of an Islamic State

International Business Times 31 October 2011
By Anissa Haddadi

The announcement that the new Libyan state will be based on Sharia law and the lifting of the ban on polygamy have put the Western countries that supported the NATO mission in Libya and the National


Three Qaeda hostages seized last week alive: mediator

Expatica 31 October 2011

An Italian and two Spaniards who were kidnapped in Algeria a week ago, are alive and being held by Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, a mediator told AFP after contact with the kidnappers. "The


Saudi Arabia's New Crown Prince Nayef: 5 Things to Know

Following the death of Saudi Arabia's Prince Sultan bin Abdelaziz Al Saud on Saturday, King Abdullah has named his half-brother Nayef bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud the country's Crown Prince. Who is


Denmark: Students visit London to learn about Islam

Islam in Europe 31 October 2011

28 students from the 8th and 9th grades of the Regnbueskolen high-school in the Aarhus suburb of Hammel visited the London Central Mosque as part of their London trip. "It was a great experience!


French court backs nursery for firing veil-wearing employee

Expatica 31 October 2011

A French appeals court ruled Thursday that a kindergarten had acted legally by firing a female employee who refused to remove an Islamic headscarf, the nursery's lawyer said. The Versailles


'Our human rights have been violated': Muslim students accuse Catholic University in 60-page dossier 31 October 2011

Muslim students at the renowned Catholic University have complained their human rights have been violated by the college. They have accused education chiefs of banning them from forming a Muslim


Blair defends opening the door to mass migration and says it had a very positive impact on Britain 31 October 2011
By Kirsty Walker

Tony Blair has defended Labour’s controversial mass immigration policy by claiming that Britain cannot succeed unless it opens its borders to more people from different backgrounds. The former


Peres warns Hamas: Rocket fire threatens its existence

The Jerusalem Post 31 October 2011

The festive inauguration of the Safed Medical School on Sunday was marred by anger at the renewed barrage of rocket attacks from Gaza which once again put Israel’s southern communities on red


17 held after attack on U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo

Tmes Colonist 31 October 2011

Serbian police raided homes in the largely Muslim Sandzak region on Saturday, detaining 17 people following the attack on the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo in neighbouring Bosnia, Interior Minister Ivica


Extreme Muslim group planning Remembrance Day protest 31 October 2011
By Andrew Gregory

The Muslim group that burned a Remembrance Day poppy last year is planning a twisted Hell for Heroes protest on November 11. Activists at the Muslims Against Crusades rally, which mocks the


Gang rape: Fifth grader’s ‘rapists’ roam free

The Express Tribune 31 October 2011
By Shamsul Islam

FAISALABAD: A fifth grade student was allegedly gang raped by a local landlord a few days ago. The girl’s mother was also kidnapped and her father said that he had been receiving death threats


Cancer patient died after being attacked by illegal immigrant in next bed 31 October 2011
By Andy Whelan and Russell Myers

A cancer-stricken pensioner died after being attacked in hospital by an illegal immigrant who was in the bed next to him. Anthony Wilson was throttled by the Iranian man four days after an


Saudi Prince offers USD900K for capture of Israeli soldier

Agi News On 31 October 2011

Riyadh - Prince Khaled bin Talal Abdulaziz al-Saud is offering a 900k dollar reward for the capture of one Israeli soldier. News to that effect was published by Palestine News Network, who also claim


Kashmir’s 'mufti azam' summons Christian priest to explain alleged conversions

Times of India 31 October 2011
By Saleem Pandit

SRINAGAR: Mufti Bashir-ud-din - J&K's official " mufti azam", or head Muslim clergyman - issued fresh summons to a leading Christian priest, CM Khanna, on Friday, asking him to appear before his


American involved in Somali suicide attack, Islamists claim 31 October 2011
By Mike Pflanz

In a post on a Somali website popular with the al-Shabaab insurgency, Abdusalam al-Muhajir said that he left the US to fight with militants two years ago but now "wanted to die as a martyr". He


Taliban buys weapons and loyalty

Money Jihad 31 October 2011

The Shinwari, an ethnic Pashtun tribe in eastern Afghanistan, have acknowledged that they receive money and arms from the Taliban. A tribesman told Voice of America that the help is necessary "when


Edmonton imam beaten, ‘manhandled’ by police in Saudi Arabia, witnesses say

National Post 31 October 2011
By Tristin Hopper

An Edmonton-based Imam is in a Saudi Arabian jail after being beaten and "manhandled” by religious police, according to witness reports. On Sunday morning, Usama Al-Atar, 33, was leading a group of


Israeli Killed in Grad Missile Attack 31 October 2011

JERUSALEM, Israel -- Gaza-based Palestinians fired nearly a dozen rockets and mortars on southern Israel overnight Sunday, a follow-up of more than 25 rocket attacks Saturday, which killed one man


• Blogging the Islamist infiltration of OSCE

Tundra Tabloids 28 October 2011
By Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff

Note: The liveblogging is now complete, no further updates.

Under the headline Confronting Intolerance and Discrimination Against Muslims in Public Discourse, OIC and other Islamist groups are trying to leverage the OSCE to gain protection against criticism of Islam and the acts of Islamist movements. Our reporter ESW is on the spot analyzing how this discrimination based on religion is to be brought about. Read on for strange assertions such as "Islamic anti-Semitism doesn't exist".

Download the BPE / ICLA paper submitted to OSCE here.

Statement delivered by ESW appended below.

Video of Intervention by Dr. Harald Figl appended below.

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