Bombing Attacks

The Dry Bones Blog 15 February 2012
By Yaakov Kirschen

The Western news media coverage of the "Israel story" has been anti-Israel for quite some time. A while ago I started playing with a character I called the Naive Newsman. The premise was that he is too naive to understand the slant he's supposed to put onto the news. I've become tired of the idea so, with the latest series of Iranian-backed Islamist terror attacks, I decided to show that he is no longer naive.

He's "ready for prime time"!

 

Australian Islamic group accuses intelligence services of harassment

Radio Australia 15 February 2012

The Islamic Society of the Australian state of Victoria is preparing to take legal action against the country's domestic spy agency ASIO for what it says is constant harassment and

 

20,000 Muslims Attempt to Kill Pastor and Torch Church in Egypt

AINA.org 15 February 2012
By Mary Abdelmassih

A mob of nearly 20,000 radical Muslims, mainly Salafis, attempted this evening to break into and torch the Church of St. Mary and St. Abram in the village of Meet Bashar,in Zagazig, Sharqia province.

 

Oliver Stone's filmmaker son converts to Islam in Iran, is now a Shiite, report says

Fox News 15 February 2012

The son of Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone converted to Islam while making a documentary film in Iran, Agence France Press reports. "The conversion to Islam is not abandoning Christianity or

 

Hamas will never accede to peace with Israel

baltimoresun.com 15 February 2012

The Sun editorial "Mr. Abbas' mission" (Feb. 13) is a triumph of wishful thinking over analysis. Its self-contradictions and omissions include: •Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas

 

Iran: Ahmadinejad to unveil new nuclear projects

CBS News 15 February 2012

TEHRAN, Iran - Iran's official news agency says that President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will unveil new nuclear projects on Wednesday. IRNA did not say in its Tuesday report what the projects would be.

 

Turkey Pledges to Stick with Iranian Oil

International Business Times 15 February 2012
By Gianluca Mezzofiore

Turkey will continue to import Iranian oil despite growing international pressure to boycott it, according to Reuters. Rumours that Ankara was willing to buy more Saudi oil spread after a high

 

Recording of 911 call reveals terror suspect Adis Medunjanin howling a prayer to Allah

NY Daily News 15 February 2012
By John Marzulli AND Larry Mcshane

A harrowing 911 call captured a terror suspect with ties to Al Qaeda screaming a final prayer to Allah during a 100 mph suicide run across the Whitestone Expressway. "There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is his messenger!” defendant Adis Medunjanin howls in Arabic during the 33-second recording from January 2010.

 

Bangkok bombers ‘targeted Israeli diplomats’

Inquirer News 15 February 2012

BANGKOK — Iranian suspects behind a failed attack in Bangkok aimed to assassinate Israeli diplomats, a Thai official said Wednesday, in the third bomb plot to shake world capitals this week. The

 

Bibles that Translate "The Father” as "Allah”

National Review Online 15 February 2012
By Nina Shea

The most astonishing example of the global inroads being made by Muslim blasphemy codes may well be found in a deepening controversy over the Bible translations for many Muslim cultures by Wycliffe,

 

Taliban will not talk peace with Karzai government, spokesman says

CNN.com Blogs 15 February 2012

The Taliban have met with U.S. officials to discuss possible peace talks, but do not want to negotiate with Afghan President Hamid Karzai's government, a Taliban spokesman said Tuesday. The

 

Egyptian Presidential Candidate Says No Freedom in Islam

FrontPage Magazine 15 February 2012
By Raymond Ibrahim

In a recent TV interview, Hazim Abu Ismail, a candidate for Egypt’s presidency with affiliations to both the Muslim Brotherhood and the Salafis, made clear that the hijab, or veil for women, would be

 

Man arrested for trying to rape girl

DAWN.COM 15 February 2012

ISLAMABAD - A man was arrested for trying to rape an 11-year-old girl in New Shakrial, police said on Tuesday. The accused, a gardener in the Capital Development Authority, had escaped from

 

British Islamist Anjem Choudary Launches 'Shariah for India,' Vows to Demolish Hindu Temples and Bollywood

MEMRI 14 February 2012

British Islamist Anjem Choudary and Omar Muhammad Bakri – both former leaders of British jihadist organization Al-Muhajiroun – have launched an organization called Shariah for Hind (India) to advance

 

Milan: City to recognize a dozen 'mini-mosques'

Islam in Europe 14 February 2012

After mapping the city's Muslim community needs, the city of Milan has decided not to approve a grand mosque. Instead, the city will approve and recognize about a dozen existing small 'garage'

 

Religion in modern Britain: ten recent conflicts

Telegraph.co.uk 14 February 2012
By Matthew Holehouse, and Caitlin Morrissey

Nurse told to remove crucifix at work Shirley Chaplin, 54, was banned from working on hospital wards after she refused to remove her crucifix, which she wore on a chain around her neck. Mrs

 

Whatever happened to Human Rights?

The Spectator 14 February 2012
By Nick Cohen

Human rights campaigners need to follow a self-denying ordinance if they are not to become enemies of the values they espouse. Like a civil servant or judge, they must leave their passions at the office door, and oppose the oppressive, whoever they are and whatever the consequences.

 

Controversial Muslim "Parliament” Planned In Switzerland

Worldcrunch 14 February 2012

ZURICH - Some of Switzerland’s leading Islamic organizations want to set up a single national body that will allow the country’s approximately 400,000 Muslims to "speak with one voice,” as community

 

Bosnia: Muslim leader causes outrage by denying war crimes

Adnkronos Security 14 February 2012

Sarajevo - Bosnian Muslim spiritual leader Reiss Ul-Ulema Mustafa Ceric sparked outrage by calling for an Islamic awakening and denying that Muslim crimes against Serbs in 1992-1995

 

Muslim refugees housed in Swiss brothel

The Local 14 February 2012
By Lyssandra Sears

Eleven Muslim refugees have been housed by Social Services in a brothel in Thurgau in north-eastern Switzerland. On the ground floor of the Erotic Hotel Venus, a brothel that has been around for

 

Confronting the Teachings of Islam

Family Security Matters 14 February 2012
By John Steinreich

Islam is a religio-political doctrine, thus the policies of the State are only half of the intellectual arsenal needed to address its cold war with the West. For our civil society to survive the advance of Islam, we must confront it head on to block its efforts to subjugate all forms of government to Shariah law and to destroy all other forms of faith. We must use both political and religious strategies to successfully defeat Islamic supremacism.

 

On top of everything else, Abu Qatada costs us a small fortune

Telegraph.co.uk 14 February 2012
By Boris Johnson

There are all sorts of reasons to gibber with anger at the Abu Qatada business. This is a man who came here illegally in 1993, and has used his time in our country to issue a series of revolting

 

Islamists a worry for Moscow

WND 14 February 2012
By JOSEPH FARAH

WASHINGTON – Out of the sight of regular media, Islamists in the North Caucasus increasingly have demanded to separate from Moscow, prompting the Kremlin to consider ways to deal

 

Britain being overtaken by 'militant secularists', says Baroness Warsi

Telegraph.co.uk 14 February 2012
By Robert Winnett

In an historic visit to the Vatican, Baroness Warsi will express her "fear” about the marginalisation of religion throughout Britain and Europe, saying that faith needs "a seat at the table in public

 

Muslim Gangs in Denmark

Vanguard News Network Forum 14 February 2012
By Anders Hoveland

The Sun reported in 2010 how Muslims took over the British underworld:

Quote: "Religion is important to us only as a way of defining who we can trust and who we can work with." Amir adds: "Young Muslim gangs aren't worried about what Allah makes of their criminal ways — they don't believe in it to that extent. Through religion we speak the same language, live in the same areas, go to the same schools and can even use mosques as a safe place away from the police or other gangs. If you f*** with a Muslim gang you'd better be able to run fast or hide well, because they will come back at you in numbers."

 

Uzbek national pleads guilty to plotting to kill President Obama, terror charges

Government Security News 14 February 2012
By Mark Rockwell

A 22-year-old Uzbek national pleaded guilty in federal court on Feb. 10 to trying to kill the president and to supporting an Uzbek terror group. Ulugbek Kodirov, who has been in the U.S. since

 

Video: Abu Qatada supporters post hate sermons

Channel 4 News 14 February 2012

Qatada (aka Omar Othman), once described by Spanish counterterrorism judge Baltasar Garzon as bin Laden's "spiritual ambassador in Europe", was released from Long Lartin prison in Worcestershire on Monday night and will wear an electronic tag.

 

Dutch stand up for Saudi Twitter apostate

Radio Netherlands Worldwide 14 February 2012

Twenty-three-year-old journalist and Twitterer Hamza Kashgari was extradited from Malaysia to Saudi Arabia on Sunday. He faces a possible death sentence for apostasy. Dutch Foreign Minister Uri

 

Muslims told to stay away from Valentine's Day

The Hindu 14 February 2012

On the eve of Valentine's Day, different Muslim organisations and ulemas have come out strongly against its celebration. They have appealed to the Muslim youth, particularly, to keep away from

 

Panic alarm, a safe house and round-the-clock protection: Terror suspect Qatada is back on the streets

Daily Mail 14 February 2012
By Ian Drury And Tim Shipman and Charles Walford

Hate preacher Abu Qatada - who poses a serious risk to Britain's national security - was released on bail tonight to return to his family. Once described by a judge as Osama Bin Laden's right-hand

 
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