One of the people who wants to start an ethnic/religiously oriented clinic in Stockholm is radical Muslim Mahmoud Aldebe. He had formerly asked that imams approve divorces and that boys and girls should not learn swimming together.
Former imam Ahmed Akkari has moved to Greenland, and his days as an imam are over. He thinks he was subjected to a regular witch hunt during the Mohamed crisis and a book with orderly denunciations of both Danes and Muslims is therefore on the way.
The Finnish Islamic Islamist Party is gearing up for the local city council elections set to take place later this year. The tag-team "men in gowns" pictured on the left are none other than the very soul and heart beat of the FIP, Sauli Ingman and Abdullah Risto Tammi!
BRUSSELS: The leader of the Irish No campaign, Daclan Ganley, has renewed calls for an EU-wide referendum on the Lisbon Treaty, as Irish media reported parts of the pact may be ratified by the Irish parliament instead.
MK Arye Eldad (NU-NRP) threatened Wednesday to wage a battle in the Supreme Court if a planned European lawmakers' summit about "the threat of Islam", including the screening of the controversial film "Fitna", is not held in the Knesset in December as
he has requested.
Le village de l’Allemand: ou le journal des frères Schiller
By Boualem Sansal
(Paris: Éditions Gallimard, 264 pp., 2008)
While Americans and their elected officials do everything they can to avoid even the appearance of criticizing Islam or using such words as “Islamist,” the French public seems to suffer from no such inhibitions, at least not in the area of fiction.
Over 100 students of Iranian origin have filed a lawsuit against the Netherlands government and the Netherlands Education Ministry for expelling them from nuclear technology studies at universities in the country, for fear that they would smuggle information to Tehran (...)
Aleksandar Jasic, director of Serbian publisher Beobook, which published The Jewel of Medina, a debut novel by American journalist Sherry Jones, at a news conference in Belgrade in August. The novel was pulled from bookstores in Serbia to avoid conflict with the country's Muslim minority, the publisher said.
As Iftar - the daily breaking of the fast during the Muslim month of Ramadan - is quickly approaching, Swedish society is reflecting on how to adapt to the traditions of “new Swedes”, and are making their own efforts to celebrate and mark Muslim holidays.
The Israeli parliament member Aryeh Eldad intends to hold a press conference tomorrow titled "first summit meeting of its type in Jerusalem to establish a shield coalition of parliamentarians from Europe."
RIYADH. Calls to boycott Danish products over blasphemous cartoons have intensified in Ramadan. The printing of blasphemous cartoons that mocked Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) in one of the Danish dailies and the reprinting of the same early this year has angered many Muslims across the world.
I posted H. Numan’s translation and commentary last night about the webmaster in the Netherlands who was convicted of a criminal offense for “racist” writings posted not by himself, but by a visitor to his site.
The first notice he received that he was criminally liable for the material posted was when the police came to arrest him — there was no prior request to remove the insulting writings.
Kopp Verlag/German Orginal September 02 2008
By Dr. Udo Ulfkotte
Translation: Richard Woods
Readers of the “BILD” and spectators of “SAT1” find themselves amazed these days: Here it is reported that a Turkish welfare recipient built a luxury villa at home and has just bought a BMW off-road vehicle for 70,000 €.
Such a thing surely is only an isolated case - do you think so too?
Support for Israel has never ranked high on the United Nations’ agenda. And the upcoming World Conference Against Racism, scheduled for early 2009 in Geneva, Switzerland, presents a valid case.
Many observers are concerned that the UN-sponsored event will simply serve as yet another a platform to launch attacks against Israel -- as the previous world anti-racism conference did in Durban, South Africa, seven years ago.
Two radical madrassas that were closed over their links to terrorism have been allowed to resume activities by the Pakistani Government in an attempt to get an Islamic group to support Asif Ali Zardari in this week’s presidential election.