'Obama gift-wrapped Libya to al-Qaida' - Group claims documents will 'bring down' U.S. president's administration

WND.com 5 November 2012
By Drew Zahn

Documents obtained by former Muslim Brotherhood member Walid Shoebat reportedly demonstrate the Obama administration is to blame for the deaths of Americans in the Benghazi

 

Muslim pressure closes church in Indonesia

ChristianToday 5 November 2012
By Jeremy Reynalds

Authorities in Bandung, West Java sealed shut the worship building of an Indonesian Christian Church (Huria Kristen Indonesia, or HKI) congregation on Oct. 23 after prominent

 

Sudanese Bin Laden-Linked Islamist Wants Obama Win

Naharnet 5 November 2012

Sudan's veteran Islamist leader Hassan al-Turabi, linked to al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden in the 1990s, hopes U.S. President Barack Obama will win a second term on

 

Sudan’s Genocidal Muslim Brotherhood Leader and Bin Laden Pal Endorses Obama

FrontPage Magazin 5 November 2012
By Daniel Greenfield

"Sudanese Bin Laden-linked Islamist wants Obama win.” Here’s an AFP headline I could have written and it has yet to be ‘fixed’ to something more innocuous, like "Moderate

 

Egypt: Islamists React to the Selection of the New Pope

AllAfrica.com 5 November 2012

The selection of bishop Tawadros as the new Pope of the Coptic Church on Sunday was well received by a number of Islamist leaders. Younis Makhyoun, A Salafi party leader

 

Sudan supports Hamas despite Israeli 'aggression'

The Jerusalem Post 5 November 2012

KHARTOUM - Sudan will not stop supporting Palestinian group Hamas despite Israeli "aggression," a senior Sudanese official said on Sunday, less than two weeks after Khartoum

 

Sudan to Increase Military Budget Next Year - Parliament

AllAfrica.com 5 November 2012

Khartoum — The Sudanese parliament revealed on Sunday that the country's military budget will be increased next year to strengthen the army's defense capabilities as criticism

 

Wahhabi Vandalism In Morocco and Tunisia

Gatestone Institute 5 November 2012
By Irfan Al-Alawi

Where are the protests form the media, from the United Nations and UNESCO, from the so-called human rights groups, from the historical preservation societies?

Radical Islamist vandalism of irreplaceable cultural patrimony – including the legacy of Muhammad and other prominent early Muslims – continues, following recent attacks by Saudi-inspired Wahhabis, known incorrectly as "Salafis," on spiritual Sufi monuments in Egypt, Libya, and Mali. In the past, Wahhabi despoliation has included devastation of the cemeteries where lay the remains of the family and companions of Muhammad, as well as countless distinguished figures in the ensuing 1,300 years of Islamic history.

 

Australia-Malaysia cultural exchange programme

The Borneo Post 5 November 2012
By Chok Sim Yee

Australian Foreign Minister Senator Bob Carr announced a joint Australia-Malaysia cultural exchange programme for young Australians and Malaysians to travel to each other’s

 

‘Muslim Aid performing relief activities in Burma’

Pakistan Daily Times 5 November 2012

UK based nongovernmental organisation, Muslim Aid chief Tanzeem Wasti visited Alkhidmat Welfare Society Karachi office and various welfare centres, running by the Al-Khidmat in

 

Jordan Halloween party attacked for being ‘gay’ and ‘satanic’

Gay Star News 5 November 2012
By Dan Littauer

A large protest turned violent outside a venue that hosted a Halloween party in Abdoun neighbourhood of Amman, capital of Jordan. Sources told GSN how the crowd was incited

 

The Saudis are bulldozing Islam's heritage. Why the silence from the Muslim world?

Telegraph.co.uk 5 November 2012
By Damian Thompson

Imagine that the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem – the traditional site of the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus – has been taken over by Cromwellian Puritans.

 

Muscat International Islamic Finance Forum underway

CPI Financial 5 November 2012
By Robin Amlôt

The 1st Muscat International Islamic Finance Forum runs at al Bustan Place Hotel 4-5 November under the auspices of Sayyid Asa'ad bin Tariq al-Said. The opening ceremony was

 

Bangladesh, Myanmar: Rising Violence Between Buddhists And Muslims

Eurasia Review 31 October 2012
By Angel Millar

Neighboring Asian states of Bangladesh and Myanmar (Burma) are, independently, trying to calm fears of further intercommunal violence between Buddhists and Muslims after serious incidents in recent months.

At least 19 Buddhist temples were razed to the ground in Bangladesh at the end of September, with at least 120 Buddhist homes and some businesses also attacked by Muslim mobs. The violence broke out in the town of Ramu town, Cox’s Bazaar, near Bangladesh’s border with Myanmar, and spread to five towns and several dozen villages.

 

Video: A Low-level Cultural War

British Freedom 31 October 2012
By Paul Weston

An interview with Paul Weston, Chairman of British Freedom.

 

A psychopathological profile of the prophet Mohammad - Part 5 of 5

EuropeNews 31 October 2012

Mohammad’s schizophrenic disorder

In relation to the above verses, Nöldke writes, "The oaths, too, with which many of them begin, were largely used by the soothsayers. Some of these oaths are very uncouth and hard to understand, some of them perhaps were not meant to be understood for indeed all sorts of strange things are met within these chapters. Here and there Muhammad speaks of visions, and appears even to see angels before him in bodily form. There are some intensely vivid descriptions of the resurrection and the last day, which must have exercised a demonic power over men who were quite unfamiliar with such pictures. Other pieces paint in glowing colors the joys of heaven and the pains of hell.” (0My emphasis)

 

Heated 'Muslim' outburst earns headteacher reprimand

The Copengahen Post 31 October 2012
By Ray Weaver

Odense headteacher accused of racism was admonishing group of students that had been disrupting class her daughter was teaching The headteacher of an Odense primary school

 

Police: sorry for racial profiling on ID checks

The Local.de 31 October 2012
By Hannah Cleaver

The German police have apologised for targeting a black German for spot ID checks on the basis of his skin colour – after a judge said it was illegal to do so, contradicting an

 

Geert Wilders Still Going Strong

FrontPage Magazine 31 October 2012
By Fjordman

I paid a visit to southern Sweden on October 27, 2012. The occasion was a visit to Malmö by a fellow notorious Islamophobe, the Dutch politician Geert Wilders. He had been invited there to speak by Ingrid Carlqvist, the leader of the newly established Swedish Free Press Society. This is a brave but difficult initiative in a semi-totalitarian society, where the mass media are infamous for their crushing left-wing, multicultural and pro-Islamic consensus.

 

100,000 Norwegian muslims think that shooting Jews is OK

Mr Hussain was arrested, Friday, after writing statements on his Facebook group that left Norwegian Jews feeling targeted. In his post, the accused wrote comments referring

 

Video: Belgian Muslim State? Islamists vow campaign after election win

youtube 31 October 2012
By RussiaToday

A Muslim party in Belgium says it's preparing to campaign for setting up an Islamic state there. Two candidates from the newly-established Islam party won seats in a recent municipal election. RT discusses this with Philip Klaas, a Belgian Euro MP.

 

Conversion of non-Muslim places of worship into mosques

Wikipedia 31 October 2012

The Conversion of non-Muslim places of worship into mosques occurred primarily during the life of Muhammad and continued during subsequent Islamic conquests and under historical Muslim rule. As a result, numerous Hindu temples, churches, synagogues, the Parthenon and Zoroastrian temples were converted into mosques. Several such mosques in Muslim or ex-Muslim lands have since reverted or become museums, such as the Hagia Sophia in Turkey and numerous mosques in Spain and Israel.

 

Wilders speaks up for banned lawyer Moszkowicz

DutchNews.nl 31 October 2012

Geert Wilders spoke up on Tuesday afternoon for lawyer Bram Moszkowicz whose licence to practice was revoked earlier in the day. The anti-immigration PVV leader, who was

 

Muslims treat Paris to pastry protest on Eid

France 24 31 October 2012

In an amusing response to a conservative French politician’s incendiary comment that thugs snatched children’s pastries during the holy month of Ramadan, a French Muslim rights

 
 
 

French jihad cell dismantled

Dispatch International 31 October 2012
By Nidra Poller

PARIS. The day after the Nobel Prize for physics was awarded to Serge Haroche, a French Jew born in Casablanca, material to make IEDs were found in a garage rented by Jérémie

 

Covered woman in France sentenced to 6 months in prison

Hurriyet Daily News 31 October 2012

A court in France's northern province of Lille sentenced a fully-covered 18-year-old woman to 6 months in prison on Oct.30 for refusing to present her identity card to police,

 

Al-Qaeda's Strategy of a "Thousand Cuts"

Gatestone Institute 31 October 2012
By Soeren Kern

"Fire Is One of the Soldiers of Allah."

Spanish police have arrested six members of an al-Qaeda cell in Barcelona that was dedicated to providing a related terrorist cell in Germany with large numbers of stolen passports.

The Spanish Interior Ministry said the police action, dubbed Operation Comet, was carried out on October 13 in Barcelona and the nearby town of Vilanova del Camí, and entailed police raids on at least four homes of Muslim immigrants involved in the network. Police found large numbers of stolen passports and identity papers issued in many different countries.

 

Armenians, Kurds to protest Erdogan visit to Germany

PanARMENIAN.Net 31 October 2012

A large group of Kurds, Ezidis, Armenians, Alawites and Syriacs from Europe are planning to hold a protest against Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s visit to

 
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