In This War Against Radical Islam, There Are No Non-Combatants

Citizen Warrior 14 November 2011

In an article entitled, The Other September 11th, you'll find a good description of what happened in Vienna September 11th, 1683.

Islamic warriors had invaded and defeated Greece, Bulgaria, Romania, and Serbia. They plowed their way through Austria to Vienna, and were besieging the city.

But on September 11th, 40,000 soldiers arrived from Poland to save Vienna. That was the beginning of the end of the Islamic military conquest of Europe.


Anti-Defamation League Has Strayed from Its Charter

American Thinker 14 November 2011
By William A. Levinson

The Anti-Defamation League's original charter is simple, straightforward, and honorable:

The immediate object of the League is to stop, by appeals to reason and conscience and, if necessary, by appeals to law, the defamation of the Jewish people. Its ultimate purpose is to secure justice and fair treatment to all citizens alike and to put an end forever to unjust and unfair discrimination against and ridicule of any sect or body of citizens.


Muslims outraged over pig parts dumped at Swiss mosque site

CNN International  14 November 2011
By Brian Walker

Muslims in Switzerland are responding with shock and outrage after a pig carcass and severed swine heads were discovered buried at the site of a proposed mosque. Police in the town of Grenchen


Young women face forced marriage in Germany

The StarPhoenix 14 November 2011

More than 3,000 women and girls in Germany, most from Muslim families and many of them minors, faced forced marriage in the course of a year, official research released this week indicates. The


Freedom Party prone to causing diplomatic spats

Radio Netherlands 14 November 2011
By John Tyler

A diplomatic row has erupted between Egypt and the Netherlands. A delegation of Dutch parliamentarians has cancelled a visit intended to observe preparations for the upcoming elections. The trip was


Turkey unveiled and the dawn of a new energy opportunity for the EU 14 November 2011
By Harris A. Samaras

Why does Turkey resolve to bullying and jingoism? Why Turkey disrespects the rights of its neighbors despite announcing a campaign of "zero problems with its neighbors”? Why does the world allow


Church that housed the Council of Nicea is now a mosque

Catholic Culture 14 November 2011

The historic church where the Council of Nicea was held, which has been a museum for nearly a century, has been converted to a mosque. The Aghia Sophia in Nicea (not to be confused with the Hagia


Anti-Semitic crimes on the rise in Malmö

The Local 14 November 2011

Jews in Malmö in southern Sweden have been the victims of an increased number of hate-crimes in 2011, according to local police.During the first six months of the year there has been the same number


Broken borders, broken promises and the anger of a public betrayed

Daily Mail 14 November 2011
By Max Hastings

The scene at Heathrow has become familiar to millions of British people returning from abroad. We sleep-walk through the Arrivals corridors until hitting the buffers in the Immigration hall, crowded


The Case for Banning Sharia Law in America

American Thinker 14 November 2011
By JanSuzanne Krasner

The incompatibility of Islamic sharia law with secular courts stems from the underpinning of Islamism -- the unyielding union of the laws and punishments of the Qu'ran and Hadiths with the country's


Muslims Against Crusades banned by Theresa May

BBC News 14 November 2011
By Dominic Casciani

The home secretary is banning Muslims Against Crusades (MAC), a group that planned an anti-Armistice Day protest. It had wanted to repeat a demonstration held last year, when it burned poppies


Video: Family Guy - Palestinian Alarm Clock

youtube 14 November 2011
By JerusalemPulseRadio


Poppy-burning and the limits of tolerance

New Statesmen 14 November 2011
By Nelson Jones

Anjem Choudary is the man the tabloids love to hate, but does the government risk turning him into a free speech martyr? So Theresa May has given in to the temptation, so often indulged by her New


Is Turkey building a new Ottoman Empire? 14 November 2011
By Mitch Potter

ISTANBUL—It’s a broken world out there and today, more than ever, Turkey is offering itself as the glue to make everything right again. Need a new boss in the buckling Middle East? Been-there,


Muslim unity in Serbia is close, says foreign minister

Hurriyet Daily News 14 November 2011

Divided Muslim groups in Serbia’s Sandzhak region are very close to reaching an agreement, according to the Turkey’s foreign minister, who engaged in a secret mission within the knowledge of Serbian


Cameron says Islam, democracy not incompatible 14 November 2011
By Murtaza Ali Shah & Ejaz Iqbal

LONDON: British Prime Minister David Cameron has said the Muslims in Britain should be proud of their faith, and emphasised that the Arab Spring proved that democracy and Islam were not


Menace of the bus sex attackers

Chronicle Online 14 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


Islamists Take Over Egypt

Hudson New York 14 November 2011
By Khaled Abu Toameh

The Royal Library of Alexandria in Egypt, the largest and most significant library of the ancient world, is now being targeted by radical Muslims who seek to replace it with a mosque. Radical


Aussie Muslim stopped at Jordan border

WORLD News 14 November 2011

Controversial Muslim sheik Ismail Al-Wahwah has had his passport confiscated as he tried to enter Jordan. The Australian citizen has a long and growing list of border dramas to his name with this


Family of Al Qaeda's recruiter faces eviction from UK home

The National 14 November 2011
By David Sapsted

LONDON // Three generations of a Muslim family in Britain face eviction from their home because the head of the household has been convicted of being a recruiting sergeant for Al Qaeda. For the


Tuba Zangaria imam released to house arrest

Ynetnews 14 November 2011

The Nazareth Magistrate's Court released Sheikh Fuad Zangaria, the imam of the Tuba Zangaria mosque that was torched by vandals last October to house arrest for 15 days on Sunday. Zangaria is


Police arrest man who raped girl hurt in accident

Emirates 24/7 14 November 2011

Saudi police seized a local man who raped a girl after she suffered from injuries during a road accident in the Gulf kingdom, press reports said on Sunday. The man, in his 30s, confessed to police


Bahrain terrorist suspects had links with Iran

ABC 14 November 2011

Members of a cell arrested before they could carry out attacks on Bahrain's interior ministry and the Saudi Arabian embassy had been in contact with Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards, Bahrain News


Afghanistan: Taliban ‘Stoned and Shot Dead’ Woman and her Daughter

International Business Times 14 November 2011
By Anissa Haddadi

A mother and daughter were stoned and shot dead on Friday in their home in Ghazni province eastern Afghanistan, after a group of armed men attacked them, security officials said. The men


Police Detain, Beat Converts from Islam in India

Creeping Sharia 14 November 2011

NEW DELHI — Police in India’s Kashmir Valley detained and beat converts from Islam and were expected to arrest Christian workers after Muslim leaders alleged that Muslim youth were


• OSCE: The murky waters of political correctness

EuropeNews 12 November 2011
Henrik R. Clausen

One of the recurring themes of the current intellectual elite is the battle against racism and xenophobia. This is rooted in the atrocities of the Second World War, the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), and the UN Convention for Ending all forms of Racism and Discrimination (CERD). There is a broad push to teach everyone about racism and xenophobia, and the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) is at the heart of this effort.

The Vienna offices of OSCE at Hofburg, Vienna

A conference in Hofburg, Vienna, was called on November 10th - 11th to coordinate these efforts, entitled OSCE meeting on preventing racism and hate crimes begins with calls for greater efforts to combat intolerance. This article shows how that is carried out in practice.


The greatest threat to women? Islamic law

WND 12 November 2011
By Diana West

We haven't had a good, old-fashioned "feeding frenzy," a la Herman Cain, for a long time – maybe not since the days of Dan Quayle. I'm talking about the kind of media wilding where someone is a whole person one day, and then the piranhas swim in and a gnawed carcass is all that remains. It's especially hard to look at when the victim joins in to shoot himself in the foot, but that's another story.


Germans Stunned by Report on Forced Marriages

Hudson New York 12 November 2011
By Soeren Kern

A new report shows that thousands of young women and girls in Germany are victims of forced marriages every year.

Most of the victims come from Muslim families; many have been threatened with violence and even death.


Video: ACT at the OSCE in Austria

MRCTV 12 November 2011


Spencer: The Muslim Letter to the Pope

Jihad Watch 11 November 2011

This week's Jihad Watch column at Human Events:

The Vatican responded Friday to the open letter sent at the end of Ramadan by 138 Muslim scholars to Pope Benedict XVI and a wide array of otherChristian leaders. The response was somewhat deflating, given the mainstream media’s enthusiasm over the Muslim letter -- an enthusiasm which the senders must have anticipated. Noting the Muslim scholars’ declaration that "the future of the world depends on peace between Muslims and Christians,” the Telegraph‘s headline was typical of the coverage: "Muslim scholars’ olive branch to Christians.” Reuters burbled about an "Unprecedented Muslim call for peace with Christians.” But was it really?

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