Ashes for Allah: New Calls for Censorship

Family Security Matters  7 April 2011
By Edward Cline

In the 21st century, on the lunatic fringe of American religion, a man decided to revive the medieval practice of putting an animal or inanimate object on trial for some grave offense, which was


Muslim row over minister's speech

Connexion 7 April 2011

THE INTERIOR minister Claude Guéant has been accused of Islamophobia and dishonouring France after saying the growing population of Muslims in the country 'poses problems'.


Man extradited to Denmark for Mohammed cartoon plot

IceNews 7 April 2011

A man arrested in Sweden in connection to a plot to bomb the Danish newspaper that printed cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed will face trial in Denmark. Tunisian Sabhi Zalouti, 37, will be extradited


Study: Tougher immigration policies help Sweden Democrats

Sveriges Radio 7 April 2011

Adopting more restrictive policies on immigration to try to push out the anti-immigration Sweden Democrats only makes them more popular, according to a new study from Gothenburg


Video: EDL Media Watch Project Challenges The Mainstream Media Misinformation Campaign

Liberties Alliance 7 April 2011

When the EDL is mentioned by mainstream politicians and the establishment media it invariably finds itself the victim of a campaign of demonization and misinformation. Labels such as ‘Far Right’, ‘Nazi’, ‘Fascist’, and ‘Racist’ are applied despite incontrovertible evidence to the contrary.


CAIR Outraged NY Lawmaker Holding 9/11 Hearings

Weasel Zippers 7 April 2011

The Council on American-Islamic Relations has announced that they are planning a protest tomorrow in advance of State Senator Greg Ball’s hearing on ”New York’s Public Protection Ten Years After


Video: Stakelbeck on Terror Show: Exclusive Interview with Israeli Vice PM Moshe Yaalon

Christian Broadcasting Network 7 April 2011
By Erick Stakelbeck

The latest Stakelbeck on Terror show is a special edition featuring an extended version of my recent, wide-ranging interview with Israel's Vice Prime Minister, Moshe Yaalon--the second highest ranking member of the Israeli government.


The "Camp of the Saints” Crisis

Gates of Vienna 7 April 2011

I’ve been writing a lot lately about the tiny Italian island of Lampedusa, which has been flooded with tens of thousands of refugees from North Africa since the Jasmine revolutions


Islam: Business As Usual

AINA (press release) 7 April 2011
By Aaron Goldstein

When word got out in the northern Afghan city of Mazar-e-Sharif last weekend that a Florida pastor had burned a copy of the Koran, a mob gathered in the streets and violence has ensued over the past


Jail term for German Muslim who donated to Taliban

Berlin - A German building worker who donated 2,160 euros (3,088 dollars) to an offshoot of the Taliban was jailed on Wednesday in Berlin for 22 months after being convicted of supporting a foreign


Lutfur Rahman council pays at least ?50,000 a month to front organisations for extremist IFE 7 April 2011
By Andrew Gilligan

t is payback time – at taxpayers’ expense – for the Islamic Forum of Europe, the fundamentalist Muslim group which, in its own words, is working to turn Europe into a sharia state and whose senior


Controversial Filmmaker Theo Van Gogh Gets DVD Collection Released 7 April 2011
By Martyn Conterio

Controversial – and dead – filmmaker Theo Van Gogh is having a collection of his movies released on DVD in the UK next month. The Theo van Gogh Collection features three movies:


Video: Muslim Student Attacks UN Rights Council for Anti-Israel Bias

vladtepesblog 7 April 2011

Blessed are the peacemakers. These guys are awesome.


Christopher Hitchens: Islamism remains a combustable ideology

National Post 7 April 2011
By Christopher Hitchens

Heinrich Heine’s famous observation about book burning — that where books are burned, people also will be — was actually first made about the torching of the Koran. The Spanish Inquisition used to


Islamists see opportunity for rise in Egypt’s new political landscape, causing alarm

Washington Post 7 April 2011

CAIRO — Islamic hard-liners, some of them heavily suppressed under three decades of Hosni Mubarak’s regime, are enthusiastically diving into Egypt’s new freedoms, forming political parties to enter


Egyptian Daily: Muslim Brotherhood Member Considering Presidential Bid

MEMRI 7 April 2011

The Egyptian daily Al-Masri Al-Yawm states that a video was posted on YouTube yesterday in which Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood member Abd Al-Mun'im Abu Al-Futuh sets out his


The Real Meaning of the Murders in Israel

Hudson New York  7 April 2011
By Guy Milliere

While so many tragedies and disruptions have fallen on Japan and the Middle East in recent weeks, a singular event went almost unnoticed: the extermination of a Jewish family in Itamar,


ECHR asks Turkey about failure to probe unsolved murders  7 April 2011

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has asked Turkey why it failed to investigate the suspected killings of three men in 1989 by gendarmerie intelligence unit JITEM, whose existence has been


Arrested Journalist's Book Claims Turkish Police Infiltrated by Islamic Movement

Spiegel Online 7 April 2011
By Jürgen Gottschlich

Jürgen Gottschlich Islamic theologian Fethullah Gülen is one of the most powerful men in Turkey, even though he lives in exile in the US. The recent arrest of prominent Turkish journalist Ahmet Sik


Fundraising Letter Sent From Controversial Muslim Group's Director to Muammar al-Qaddafi

Fox News 7 April 2011

The following is a letter from the director of theCouncil on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR, to Libyan leader Muammar al-Qaddafi dated September 23, 2009. The letter has added fuel to criticisms


Video: Finnish priest persecuted for speaking out against terrorists

RT 7 April 2011

A priest in Finland is being accused of inciting religious hatred after he described one of the world's most-wanted criminals as a 'terrorist'. ­Police have questioned Pastor Juha Molari after he


Freedom of Speech Triumphs in Ohio

Citizen Warrior 7 April 2011

THE CREATOR of the Elvis Chronicles sent me the following email. It illustrates the principle that orthodox Muslims will continue to try to curtail freedom of speech in every way they can, and they


Religious extremism, the mantra for political power in Pakistan 7 April 2011

A young teenager walked up to a bus stand in lower Dir, Northwest Pakistan, on Monday, and blew himself up, killing at least six people. This happened a day after a blast at the 13th century Sakhi


Koran-burning preacher Terry Jones is innocent of murder: Rush to condemn him is deeply disturbing

New York Daily News  7 April 2011
By James Kirchick

When a mob of radical Muslims attacked a United Nations compound in Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan, Friday, killing 12 aid workers, it didn't take long for pundits to point the finger. No, it wasn't the


This should be a good laugh. Anti-’Islamophobia’ campaign in the UK

vladtepesblog 7 April 2011

A few well worded questions should knock the wind out of the sails of any of these door to door leafle guys. For instance, "Do you believe people who leave Islam should be killed” ought to put a fast


Turkish to become final exam subject

Austrian Times 7 April 2011

Students in Austria may soon be able to graduate in Turkish. The federal education ministry of Social Democrat (SPÖ) Claudia Schmied announced today (Tues) the language may become the 14th foreign


Video: More on Libyan ‘refugees’ to the Italian Isle of Lampedusa

vladtepesblog 7 April 2011

This post was ready made for me by fellow youtuber hetvrijevolkcom. Three videos on the situation there. First, interviews with the locals and church members who helped the Libyan Muslim men who invaded the Isle.

Next, a video you may have seen before, the same Libyan Muslims who set fire to that same church chanting Allahua Ackbar


Syrian Regime: Safe for Now

FrontPage Magazine 7 April 2011
By Frank Crimi

Finding himself both fiercely and unexpectedly fighting for his regime’s very survival, Syria’s President Bashar Assad took to the airwaves to deliver a sweeping condemnation of the


Non-Islamic democracy is impossible in the Arab world

Tehran Times, Iran 7 April 2011
By Khalid Amayreh

Many westerners are quite gloomy about the prospects of democracy in the Arab world, following the historic revolutions that have taken (and are taking) place in several Arab countries. They are


Head scarf angers Orland mall shopper

WLS 890AM 7 April 2011

A Joliet woman has been charged with disorderly conduct after harassing a woman wearing a head scarf at Orland Square Mall, police in southwest suburban Orland Park said. Luana Merle, 51, began

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