Taliban Chiefs Admit Close Links to Pakistan Intelligence, Military

Commanders of the Taliban told the BBC that they and thousands of other members of their groups were trained and armed by Pakistan’s military intelligence and security service. They also said that


Killer forced wife to dig own grave

IOL News 27 October 2011
By Genevieve Serra

Igshaan "Gaddafi” Isaacs made his wife dig her own grave, saying he would bury her in it if she ever left him. Eight years later, Isaacs put a gun to pretty Fazlin Arendse’s head and pulled the


White man subjected to race attack by gang of yobs

Telegraph.co.uk 27 October 2011

During the beating Mr Goodram, a labourer, was repeatedly kicked in the head, face and body. One of his attackers then stood over him and stamped on his chest causing was police described as


NYPD police probe targets Muslims who change their names

dailymail.co.uk 27 October 2011

For generations, immigrants have shed their ancestral identities and taken new, Americanized names as they found their place in the melting pot. For Muslims in New York, that rite of assimilation


Gold Coast mosque protest turns ugly with pig's head posted on fence

Courier Mail 27 October 2011
By Paul Weston

THE battle to stop a mosque being built in a Gold Coast hinterland estate is turning nasty, with a pig's head posted on a fence and signs publicising the Islamic project vandalised. The Sunday


Somali protests jail ban on headscarf with refusal to leave cell

TwinCities.com 27 October 2011
By David Hanners

Less than a week after she was convicted in a scheme to send money to a group battling Somalia's fledgling government, Amina Farah Ali is refusing to come out of her jail cell to eat, her attorney


Indonesian Court Slashes Radical Cleric's Prison Term

RTTNews 27 October 2011

A Court in Indonesia on Wednesday slashed the prison sentence of radical Islamic cleric Abu Bakar Ba'asyir to nine years from the earlier awarded 15-year term, following an appeal against his


Pakistan 'still running Taliban training camps'

Telegraph.co.uk 27 October 2011
By Duncan Gardham

Middle-ranking Taliban commanders have boasted that they have received "practical guidance" and training in bomb-making by officers from Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence agency (ISI). One


Professor Calls for "Death to Israel"

Camera Snapshots 27 October 2011

Tenured Professor Julio Pino disrupted a CAMERA-sponsored event with Ishmael Khaldi, a Bedouin-Muslim Israeli, former diplomat and current advisor to Israel's Foreign Minister, at Kent State


Australia supports Cyprus’ sovereign rights

DefenceGreece.com 26 October 2011

Minister of Defence Demetris Eliades has met with Australia’s High Commissioner to Cyprus Trevor Peacock, who reiterated his country’s recognition of and support to the sovereign rights of the


The Left’s Worst Crime in the Middle East

Canada Free Press 26 October 2011
By Daniel Greenfield

The left’s worst crime in the Middle East has been its support for the region’s Arab-Muslim majority at the expense of its minorities. It has supported the majority’s terrorism, atrocities, ethnic cleansing and repression of the region’s minorities. Very rarely has it raised a voice in their support, and when it has done so, it was in muted tones completely different from their vigorous defenses of the nationalism of the Arab Muslim majority.


Sharia Law Grows with Impunity in Denmark and elswhere in Europe

The Cutting Edge 26 October 2011
By Soeren Kern

A Muslim group in Denmark has launched a campaign to turn parts of Copenhagen and other Danish cities into "Sharia Law Zones" that would function as autonomous enclaves ruled by Islamic law. The Danish Islamist group Kaldet til Islam (Call to Islam) says the Tingbjerg suburb of Copenhagen will be the first part of Denmark to be subject to Sharia law, followed by the Norrebro district of the capital and then other parts of the country, the center-right Jyllands-Posten newspaper reported on October 17.


Video: Geller: Reading the real Qur'an

Jihad Watch 26 October 2011

In "Reading the Real Qur'an" in the American Thinker this morning, Pamela Geller reads into the "real translation" that Islamic apologist Mike Ghouse gave her on the Sean Hannity Show last Friday night:

Last Friday I was on the Sean Hannity Show, debating Muslim activist Michael Ghouse on the future of Libya.


Court confirms acquittal of Frenchman who burned Koran

Expatica 26 October 2011

An appeals court on Tuesday confirmed the acquittal of a French man accused of inciting racial hatred after posting an Internet video of himself burning a Koran and then urinating on it. Ernesto


Indoctrinating Western Children

GalliaWatch 26 October 2011

Here's the opening paragraph of an article from Ouest-France, also posted at François Desouche. Unfortunately, the rest of the article is accessible only through subscription. The awakening to


What IS going on in Britain's mosque schools? Beatings, humiliation and lessons in hating Britain

dailymail.co.uk 26 October 2011
By Paul Bracchi

The punishment is almost medieval in its cruelty. Victims are forced to crouch down and hold their ears with their arms threaded under their legs. Beatings are often administered at the same


Headscarf ban ruled out for school mums

The Local 26 October 2011
By Matthew Warren

After months of discussion, the government has opted to give "guidelines" rather than implement a full ban on the wearing of headscarves by Muslim mothers when they are on school


The Justice Department's war on the truth

WND 26 October 2011
By Pamela Geller

The U.S. Department of Justice is becoming a wing of the Muslim Brotherhood. The Obama administration is bowing to Muslim Brotherhood-linked groups and stopping the use of all training materials for


Hairdresser sued for refusing to hire Muslim woman in a headscarf

dailymail.co.uk 26 October 2011

Sarah Desrosiers, 32, says she turned down Bushra Noah as a junior stylist to maintain the image of her salon, which specialises in "urban, funky" cuts. She told Miss Noah, 19, she needed her


"Islamophobic” Comics Discovered

Winds of Jihad 26 October 2011
By Sheikyermami

Hamas front CAIR throws hissy fits over…. you guessed it: cartoons! Nihad Awad shrieks: "We are witnessing a growing industry of information and fear-mongering, and this work fits in the


Tunisia: Ennahdha triumphs, 1st North African Islamic state

ANSAMED.info 26 October 2011

TUNIS - Tunisia begins a new chapter in its history - with the title Ennahdha: the religious party which has had unexpected success, despite starting off as the front runner - exceeding even the


Saudi Arabia: Burial and Nomination: Prince Nayef, a Divisive Figure?

International Business Times 26 October 2011
By Anissa Haddadi

The funeral of Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Sultan on Tuesday set the stage for the nomination of a new heir, widely expected to be interior minister Prince Nayef, at a time where the Kingdom has seen


Letter from Prince Charles to Gaddafi found

Female First 26 October 2011

A letter from Britain's Prince Charles to Libya's Colonel Muammar Gaddafi praising the dictator's charity work has been found. A letter of praise from Prince Charles to Libya's Colonel Muammar


Honor Horror Trial Opens in Canada

FrontPage Magazine 26 October 2011
By Stephen Brown

"May the devil s**t on their graves.” - Mohammad Shafia These charming words, picked up by a police wiretap, were Mohammad Shafia’s ghoulish reaction almost three weeks after the murder of his


Virginia Senate Candidate Honors Hamas Associate

FrontPage Magazine 26 October 2011
By Ryan Mauro

On September 25, the 23rd Arab-American Candidates’ Night Dinner was held in Virginia, attended by 46 Democrats and Republicans seeking office, with former governor and current Democratic Senate


Shariah law bad idea for 'democratic' Libya

Toronto Sun 26 October 2011
By Peter Worthington

It’s not what could be called an encouraging start for democracy in the new, liberated, un-Gadhafied Libya. The declaration by interim leader Mustafa Abdel Jalil — a former justice minister under


Jordan Courts Islamists

Hudson New York 26 October 2011
By Khaled Abu Toameh

Facing growing protests at home, Jordan's King Abdullah has embarked on a policy aimed at appeasing radical Muslims. King Abdullah's decision to woo Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood is seen as a


Use of Islamic law OK in civil case, judge rules

TBO.com 26 October 2011

A state appeals court has ruled that a Hillsborough County Circuit judge can consider Islamic law to decide a civil case between a mosque and its former trustees. The decision by the 2nd District


Nation of Islam leader slams Gadhafi's death

Pantagraph.com 26 October 2011

Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan said Tuesday that those rejoicing in the death of ousted Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi will come to sorrow and predicted that the U.S. was unprepared for the


Islamists Shut Down Freedom Conference at Nashville Hotel

Right Side News 26 October 2011

Nashville: Hutton Hotel capitulates to Islamic supremacist threats, cancels Preserving Freedom Conference: The Hutton is now Sharia compliant on US soil. Pamela Geller has the story. If you value

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