PA journalist who glorifies terrorist murderers receives Palestinian Women Media Award for 2014

Palestinian Media Watch 9 April 2014
By Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik

The Palestinian Authority's policy is to honor terrorist murderers through all of the communication structures under its control. Palestinian Media Watch has documented that


1,000 Christian, Hindu girls forced to convert to Islam every year in Pakistan: report

India Today 9 April 2014

Around 1,000 Christian and Hindu women in Pakistan are forcibly converted to Islam and married to Muslim men every year, says a report released by Movement for Solidarity and Peace


What's Behind Abbas's Renewed Courtship of Hamas?

Gatestone Institute 9 April 2014
By Khaled Abu Toameh

For Abbas, the issue of reconciliation with Hamas is yet another legitimate weapon to scare the Israelis and the US into submitting to his demands and preconditions. It now remains


More on That Not So Little Mosque In Bendigo, and those who Approve, or Who Oppose

Sheikyer Mami 9 April 2014

“Bendigo’s Sacred Heart Cathedral Monsignor Frank Marriott has called for greater tolerance and harmony among religious groups, following the announcement of a proposed mosque


IPT Exclusive: AMP's Telling Choice of Heroes

Investigative Project 9 April 2014

In the American civil rights movement, Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King were among those who set the moral tone. They were champions of non-violence who believed in civil


Iowa: Governor proclaims Muslim Recognition Day at state capitol

Creeping Sharia 9 April 2014

Gov. Terry Branstad today signed the annual Muslim Recognition Day proclamation at the Iowa Statehouse today at 11:30 AM. Representatives of several Muslim communities from


US races headlong for final nuclear deal with Iran - irrespective of program’s military dimension

DEBKA 9 April 2014

Iran and the six world powers embarked Tuesday, April 8, on two days of negotiations in Vienna for a final and comprehensive nuclear accord, with both the US and Iran


Moroccan national planned to use ‘drone-like flying bomb’ on federal building

RT 9 April 2014

A Moroccan national was arrested in Bridgeport, Connecticut for allegedly planning to use a radio-controlled model airplane as a “drone-like flying bomb,” with the aim of slamming it into a


The precondition Israel never presented: Palestinian unity

Times of Israel 9 April 2014
By Elhanan Miller

short report by Palestinian news agency Ma’an was overlooked on Tuesday amid the diplomatic frenzy surrounding an American bid to extend peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians


Malaysia Isma preacher labels liberalism a manifestation of ‘Satan’s agenda’

The Malaymail Online 9 April 2014

KUALA LUMPUR, April 8 — Liberalism, the philosophy founded on liberty and equality, is the manifestation of Satan’s struggle to mislead mankind, a leading member of Islamist group Ikatan


Taqiyya and Blasphemy Law in the UK

AINA (press release) 8 April 2014
By Enza Ferreri

In British law, race and religion are increasingly becoming deliberately confused for the purpose of accusing critics of Islam of racism.


New book: Danish company paid off imams

Money Jihad 8 April 2014

Arla, the Scandinavian dairy conglomerate, paid a "significant amount” of money to Gulf state imams in 2006 in exchange for a fatwa declaring Arla’s products halal. The deal


French Hill Residents Feel Abandoned, Terrorized by Arab Thugs

Arutz Sheva 8 April 2014
By Hezki Ezra, Gil Ronen

Residents of the French Hill neighborhood in Israel's capital are increasingly threatened by their Arab neighbors in the neighborhood of Issawiya, and have experienced a slew


Video:Bill Warner: The political message of the hijab

Vlad Tepes 8 April 2014


Irish Journalist Peaches Geldof Dies, Morocco Among her Works

Morocco World News 8 April 2014
By Mona Badri

Rabat- Peaches Geldof, a TV presenter, journalist, and daughter of pop singer Bob Geldof, died on April 7, 2014 at the age of 25, leaving behind two sons and a husband. Police


Don’t ignore women’s struggles in the Muslim world

Globe and Mail 8 April 2014
By Margaret Wente

These are tough times for women in Afghanistan. As people head to the polls to choose their next leader, there are widespread fears that women’s hard-won gains may not survive


Muslim Extremists Feroz Khan and Fuad Awale Threatened to Behead Full Sutton Prison Guard

Interarnational Business Times 8 April 2014
By Lewis Dean

Islamic exteremists threatened to behead a Full Sutton Prison guard after an imam holding a prayer service offered condolences to the family of murdered soldier Lee


New project will explain the Quran, burkas and jihad to students

The Prague Post 8 April 2014

Prague — A new project launched by the Muslims In Czech Schoolchildren's Eyes group and approved by the Education Ministry, offers free seminars and lectures that


Oslo may get its first Islamic school

The Norway Post 8 April 2014

This fall, Oslo may get its first Islamic primary school. The Association Mothers for Muslim Primary School has fought for several years to have their application approved


Killer of Pim Fortuyn to be released under strict conditions on May 2

The Amsterdam Herald 8 April 2014

The man who shot dead politician Pim Fortuyn dead in a car park 12 years ago is to be released a few days before the anniversary of the killing. (continue reading...)


Global Mosque Report: March 2014

Gates of Vienna 8 April 2014

Definition of a mosque and/or Islamic center as a ‘rabat’: a place for the preparation of raids against infidels. Not to be mistaken for a place of genuine worship. "The


'Extremist’ working as psychiatrist for NHS 8 April 2014
By Patrick Sawer, and Ben Lazarus

A British doctor responsible for the care of some of the country’s most vulnerable people can today be exposed as a senior leader of a radical Islamist party banned in several


Ex-French soldier challenges Paris’s version of Rwandan genocide

France 24 8 April 2014

As performers at a ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide enacted some of the horrors of the past in Kigali on Monday, thousands of miles away from the


Srebrenica relatives drag Dutch state to court

Relatives of those killed in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre opened a civil suit against the Dutch government on Monday, saying its peacekeepers should have helped prevent


UK: Case of refusal to remove niqab veil falls into the memory hole…

Tundra Tabloids 8 April 2014

Feckless media. The fake media simply couldn’t care less, it’s why I call them the fake media. H/T: Scottish Infidel The relevance of that background to what


Brotherhood may lose its British haven 8 April 2014
By Linda S. Heard

Is the Muslim Brotherhood a benign political/social organisation or something far more sinister is the question the British Prime Minister David Cameron wants answered. And to


A Nun’s Journal

Gates of Vienna 8 April 2014
By Baron Bodissey

Sister Hatune Dogan is a Turkish-German Orthodox Christian nun who was featured in a video here last December. The account below of Sister Hatune’s relief work in Turkey and


Dutch Government Finances Studies of Jihadis in Syria

Part of the Dutch Jihadi fighters in Syria receive governmental "study financing.” The National Coordinator of Counterterrorism and Safety (NCTV) investigated how big this


Sex abuse: A subject that must be addressed 8 April 2014
By Lisa Louie

Everything’s gonna be all right. It’s a universal mantra, these words we hear from our mothers as babies, repeated to us for comfort when we fall down. Our collective faith.

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