Muslim community in Crawley urged to condemn suicide bombing in Syria

Crawley News 7 April 2014
By Luke Warren

A MEMBER of Crawley's Muslim community has condemned the actions of the Langley Green dad-of-three suspected of carrying out a suicide bombing in Syria. Islamic opinion is

 

Syracuse Islamic group gets OK to strip empty Catholic church of its crosses

Daily News 7 April 2014
By Carol Kuruvilla

The North Side Learning Center is planning to rent out the former Holy Trinity Catholic Church as a mosque. Since Islam prohibits followers from worshipping idols or symbols, the crosses

 

VIDEO: Pamela Geller at Iglesia Del Senor Jesucristo En Las Americas

Atlas Shrugs 7 April 2014
By Pamela Geller

One of the talks I gave this week in San Diego was at a wonderful Hispanic church that loves Israel. It was such an uplifting experience, truly a miracle. I was made to understand that these Israel-loving churches number in the hundreds up and down California and Mexico, too.

 

California: Murder of Muslim woman was honor killing, not hate crime

Creeping Sharia 7 April 2014

Prosecutors say Kassim Alhimidi beat spouse to death because she wanted divorce; defense says he would not harm wife. In the spring of 2012, Shaima Alawadi wanted out of

 

Relief In Afghanistan After Largely Peaceful Landmark Election

Afghanistan's presidential election closed on Saturday amid relief that attacks by Taliban fighters were fewer than feared for a vote that will bring the first-ever democratic transfer of power

 

Muslims continue demonstration outside Venezuelan Embassy

Trinidad Express 7 April 2014
By Alexander Bruzual

For a second day, members of the Muslim community gathered outside the Venezuelan Embassy, Victoria Avenue, Port of Spain, to hold a peaceful demonstration for the

 

UN welcomes Turkey’s lifting of social media

Hurriyet Daily News 7 April 2014

The United Nations has welcomed a Turkish court order lifting restrictions on YouTube on April 4. A spokesman for the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, Rupert Colville, said: “We

 

Jihad in Thailand: Muslim supremacists launch another wave of attacks

Atlas Shrugs 7 April 2014
By Pamela Geller

One person was killed and 14 wounded Sunday in a series of co-ordinated jihad blasts — including a car bomb — in a major town in Thailand’s jihad besieged south. Brutal, vicious

 

Iran: Signals of growing musical freedom of expression

Arts Freedom 7 April 2014

With women singing on stage and a playlist of Western pop songs sung in English during performances of ‘The Last Days of March’ in Tehran, Iranian musicians are breaking new ground

 

Hate cleric witness refuses to fly to U.S. because he fears arrest over shoe bomb plane plot

Daily Mail 7 April 2014
By Sharon Churcher

The US Government’s bid to put Abu Hamza behind bars for his alleged links to Al Qaeda has been thrown into doubt after the British terrorist who is the star prosecution witness

 

CAIR’s Jihad against Honor Diaries

Family Security Matters 7 April 2014
By Andrew C. McCarthy

Honor Diaries is an important film that explores the brutality and systematic inequality faced by women in Muslim-majority societies. It features both believing Muslim women, like Dr. Qanta

 

Abbas to Kerry: Please Beg Me More!

Gatestone Institute 7 April 2014
By Khaled Abu Toameh

Abbas is convinced that it is only a matter of time before U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry rushes back to the region in yet anther desperate effort to "salvage the peace process."

 

US arms Syrian rebels with first heavy weapons, anti-tank BGM-71 TOW missiles - raising war stakes

DEBKA 7 April 2014

Two Syrian rebel militias judged moderate in Washington have in the last few days taken delivery and begun using – mostly in the Idlib region - the first advanced US weapon

 

29 rebels dead in Syria premature car bomb blast

Daily Star 7 April 2014

At least 29 rebels died in a blast Sunday in the central Syrian city of Homs as they primed a car bomb for an attack, a monitoring group said. In the capital, meanwhile, two people were

 

Qatar-Sudan Aid Deal Will Rile Egypt

The International Business Times 7 April 2014
By Nigel Wilson

Sudan has announced that Qatar will deposit $1bn at its central bank as part of an aid package. Sudanese Finance Minister Badr El-Din Mahmoud made the announcement

 

Two Cross Dressing Suicide Bombers Arrested In Helmand, Afghanistan

Kafir Crusaders 7 April 2014

Anybody familiar with Afghanistans dirty little secret, the practice of “bachi baza,” will know that males dressed as females is common place. Where bearded Afghan warlords

 

Muslims of the Americas' Anti-Semitic Interfaith Campaign

Clarion Project 7 April 2014
By Ryan Mauro

The Muslims of the Americas, an extremist group whose leader is in Pakistan, held another interfaith event in late March in Binghamton, NY. The group also says it has an

 

The Accomplice: Boston jihad bomber’s widow Karima Tsarnaev

Atlas Shrugs 7 April 2014
By Pamela Geller

How is it that this jihad widow has not been charged? She called her husband, the Boston bomber, just days after the bombing, after seeing the brothers identified on television

 

Indian Mujahideen cell paid dues for ops

Money Jihad 7 April 2014

A five-man Indian Mujahideen (IM) cell in Rajasthan funded its activities from monthly dues paid by the members themselves, according to India’s Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS). The men

 

Bangladeshi-American Writer Censored, Threatened by Radical Islamist

An online Bangladeshi bookseller has pulled the books of an American writer after receiving death threats from a radical Islamist. Rokomari.com stopped selling books by Avijit Roy

 

Chaldean Patriarch on the Uncertain Future of Eastern Christians

AINA 5 April 2014
By Mar Louis Raphael I Sako

In recent days, Mar Louis Sako Raphael I took part a seminar sponsored by the Université catholique de Lyon, France, on "The Vocation of Eastern Christians". For the Chaldean

 

Video: Sharia and the Freedom of Speech

Creeping Sharia 5 April 2014

David Yerushalmi and Robert Muise of the American Freedom Law Center in Cincinnati last week.

 

Video: Downward Spiral: Erdogan's Radical Makeover of Turkey

CBN 5 April 2014
By Erick Stakelbeck

From Harry Truman to Barack Obama, U.S. administrations have long viewed Turkey as a key ally and force for moderation in the Muslim world. In recent years, however, Turkey has moved in a radically different direction: journalists thrown in jail, Twitter and YouTube shut down, and political opponents threatened with prosecution.

 

Al-Qaeda leader suspected of recruiting Brit fanatic Samantha Lewthwaite shot dead

Daily Mail 5 April 2014
By Lucy Crossley

An Al-Qaeda leader suspected of recruiting White Widow Samantha Lewthwaite has been shot dead in Kenya.
Abubakar Shariff Ahmed was killed by unidentified gunmen as he

 

UK: Our New Sharia Law

Gatestone Institute 5 April 2014
By Douglas Murray


What is Sharia and what should be our attitude towards it? These questions, which have intermittently swirled around Britain in recent years, have just re-erupted thanks to a recent story in the Sunday Telegraph.

 

Plan for 'Sharia-compliant' student loans to get more Muslims into university

The Telegraph 5 April 2014
By Graeme Paton

A new system of “Sharia-compliant” student loans is to be launched to allow more Muslim students to go to university, it has been announced. David Willetts, the Universities

 

Greek official criticizes proposed Athens mosque referendum

World Bulletin 5 April 2014

A proposal for holding a referendum on the building of a mosque in Athens will damage Greece's international reputation, a senior Greek official said Thursday.

 

5,000 complaints filed against Dutch populist Wilders

Times of Israel 5 April 2014

Dutch police have received around 5,000 complaints of discrimination against populist Geert Wilders after he called for “fewer Moroccans,” the prosecutor’s office said Thursday.

 

Armenian community to protest attacks on Kessab

Armenian-Americans will gather in front of the Tip O’Neill Federal Building to protest the State Department’s failure to condemn the perpetrators of the invasion and occupation of

 

Will Turkey Force NATO's Hand in Syria?

AINA 5 April 2014
By Mindy Belz

Rebels, with help from Turkish tanks and anti-aircraft fire, are prevailing in a sustained attack in northwestern Syria that began a week ago, Syrians in the area are reporting

 
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