Former soldier jailed for leaving pig's head at mosque

The Guardian 31 August 2012

An army veteran said to have suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder has been jailed for hanging a severed pig's head from a mosque and daubing the building with offensive


How Radical Islam Infiltrates Kosovo

The Weekly Standard 31 August 2012

On Friday, August 17, the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan ended, followed by Eid-Ul-Fitr, the "festival of fast-breaking” that usually involves three days of celebration. This


Video: ‘Islamist terrorism is the biggest threat in Europe’

RT 31 August 2012

Islamist terrorism and the radicalization of young Muslims has taken center stage in Europe. With schools, universities and even sport clubs becoming hotbeds of Islamism, experts argue that some European countries have willingly allowed it.


Dispatch International – why we're here and how we proceed

By Lars Hedegaard, Ingrid Carlqvist

Thursday, August 30, 2012 marks the launch of the very first issue of Dispatch International, which you can read by clicking on the image here:

Many have told us that one can't start a newspaper these days when so many papers are struggling or folding because a growing number of people have stopped reading them.

We are determined to prove the skeptics wrong, for we are convinced that there is great need for a newspaper of a new type. One that does not hold its readers in contempt as naughty children who have to be indoctrinated with the politically correct ideologies that the vast majority of Western editors and journalists try to impose on the public.


Abu Hamza's son convicted of robbery

The Independent 31 August 2012

The son of radical Muslim cleric Abu Hamza has been convicted of carrying out an armed raid at a jewellers. Imran Mostafa – whose father faces deportation from the UK –


Foreigners are 40% of the Belgian Prison Population

Islam versus Europe 31 August 2012

The number of non-Belgian detainees in Belgian prisons quadrupled in the period 1980-2010, going from 1,212 to 4,494, it emerges from a study carried out by Steven De Ridder


Worcester councillor Allah Ditta admits grave dig threat

BBC News 31 August 2012

A former Worcester mayor has admitted threatening to dig up a man's body if his family did not pay for the burial. Councillor Allah Ditta, who manages the private Muslim


Nazism to 'Salafism': Islamists Threaten Germany

CBN News 31 August 2012
By Erick Stakelbeck

MUNICH - From Nazism to communism, Germany has seen its share of radical ideologies over the years. Now the nation faces a new threat: Salafism. It's an extreme brand of


France: Socialist MP Calls for Military to be Deployed to Marseilles

Islam versus Europe 31 August 2012

The Socialist Senator for Marseilles, Samia Ghali, has called for the French military to be deployed to deal with spiralling violence in the city, which regularly features the


Thousands disappeared during Balkan conflicts 31 August 2012
By Jovana Gec

Ljiljana Alvir is convinced Serbian authorities know how her brother died during the war in Croatia, and where his remains are. She just doubts they want to tell


Rabbi beating sparks fury in Germany

The brutal daylight beating of a rabbi in front of his six-year-old daughter sparked furious condemnation in Germany Thursday, with some Jewish groups saying they feared a rise


Muslim leaders say Bull Lane mosque will aid integration

York Press 31 August 2012
By Dan Bean

A NEW L1.5 million mosque will help promote religious integration in York, a member of the Muslim community has said. City of York Council approved plans for the mosque, to


France: Security chief called to account over Toulouse killings

EJP 31 August 2012

PARIS --- Relatives of some of the victims of Islamist gunman Mohamed Merah have called for France's former domestic intelligence chief to explain to a judge why his agents


Sharia banking: Germany to see its first Islamic Bank

RT 31 August 2012

Turkey's Kuveyt Turk investment fund, which operates under the principles of Islamic sharia law, plans to open its first German branch in October. The first branch in


Islam, Germany starts from school

West - Welfare Society Territory 31 August 2012
By Mattia Rosini

Islam in the classroom. This is what happens in Germany, namely in North Rhine-Westphalia, the most populous of the German Länder, which this year introduced the teaching of


Citizen Khan may face Ofcom investigation

Islamist Watch 31 August 2012
By Mark Sweney

Ofcom is considering launching an investigation into BBC1's Citizen Khan, a comedy about a modern Asian family, after receiving complaints that it stereotypes Muslims and


Denmark forms probe into legality of non-medical circumcisions

Haaretz Daily Newspaper 31 August 2012

Denmark’s government has commissioned an investigation into whether non-medical circumcision procedures violate its health code. Danish Prime Minister Helle


Video: Clarion Fund Releases 'Iranium' in Persian 31 August 2012

The Clarion Fund’s timely and powerful documentary film, Iranium, is now available in Persian. Iranium presents the danger posed to the free world by a nuclear Iran, exposing the the radical Islamic ideology guiding Iran's leaders and the devastation it has caused.


Video: The Grand Jihad

youtube 31 August 2012
By encounterbooks

The real threat to the United States is not terrorism. The real threat is the sophisticated forces of Islamism, which have collaborated with the American Left not only to undermine U.S. national security but to shred the fabric of American constitutional democracy.


An SOS From a Turkish Journalist

Gatestone Institute 31 August 2012
By Claire Berlinski

Before I left Istanbul, Barçin Yinanç, the opinion editor of Turkey's English-language Hürriyet Daily News wrote a column that deserves attention. I reproduce it here:


Islam is inseparable part of Russia’s society and culture - Putin

RT 31 August 2012

President Vladimir Putin congratulated the Russian Hajj Mission on its 10th anniversary, and said that Islam has become integral to Russia’s religious, cultural and social


'Civil War' Among Muslims Shakes Russia's South 31 August 2012
By James Brooke

MOSCOW — Three recent attacks that left 30 people dead and 15 wounded have cast a spotlight on the growing religious warfare in Dagestan, Russia's southernmost republic.


Ethnic Russian Woman Suspected as Suicide Bomber

The Moscow Times 31 August 2012

An ethnic Russian woman, who was both wife and widow of Islamist militants, was named on Wednesday as the suicide bomber who killed a moderate Muslim cleric in Dagestan just as


Video: Female suicide bomber in Muslim cleric attack identified as actress

RT 31 August 2012

The female suicide bomber responsible for killing Dagestani Muslim spiritual leader Sheikh Said Afandi and six others has been identified as a 30-year-old Russian woman, reportedly an actress who converted to radical Islam.


Raid In Russia Brings Underground Sect To Light

North Country Public Radio 31 August 2012
By Corey Flintoff

Russian authorities are investigating a reclusive Islamic sect said to have lived in subterranean burrows without electricity for 10 years. Officials have taken some 20


How Many Millionaires Live in the "Impoverished" Gaza Strip?

Gatestone Institute 31 August 2012
By Khaled Abu Toameh

The world often thinks of the Gaza Strip, home to 1.4 million Palestinians, as one of the poorest places on earth, where people live in misery and squalor. But according to


Hamas Official: Israel Exists So that it Will Cease to Exist

Arutz Sheva 31 August 2012
By Elad Benari

A senior member of the Hamas terror group vowed on Thursday that his group would work to wipe Israel off the map. Khalil al-Haya, a senior member of Hamas’ politburo, was

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