France's Hollande vows more security after raids on Islamic network

Christian Science Monitor 8 October 2012
By Elizabeth Pineau

French President François Hollande pledged on Sunday to increase security around synagogues and introduce tougher anti-terrorism measures, a day after a series of police raids


Tunisian President: "Europe is our Destiny"

Islam versus Europe 8 October 2012

Ironically, this disgraceful meeting took place in Valletta, a city named after one of Europe's greatest heroes in the struggle against Islam. VALLETTA: North African


Half of Britain is a Burden on the State

Islam versus Europe 8 October 2012

MORE than half of British households make no contribution to the state because the benefits they receive outweigh their tax payments. According to a study by the Centre for


Bosnia Serbs, Muslims vie for Srebrenica mayor

KGMI 8 October 2012
By Dado Ruvic

SREBRENICA, Bosnia - A mayoral election in Bosnia on Sunday could see a Serb take control of Srebrenica for the first time since the mass killing of Muslims by


Lineker's 'eating grass' gaffe leaves Muslims fuming

Daily News & Analysis 8 October 2012

Retired England football star Gary Lineker has been accused of insulting Islam after he joked that two praying Muslim players were "eating grass". The TV presenter was


France to beef up security amid terror crackdown

French President Francois Hollande vowed tough anti-terror laws and tightened security as police Sunday pressed on with sweeping raids that saw one man killed and 11 arrested


Muslim-American Interfaith Group Calls for Blasphemy Law

FrontPage Magazine 8 October 2012
By Ryan Mauro

he United Muslim Christian Forum, a friendly-sounding "interfaith” group issued a press release on September 18 demanding the prosecution of the makers of the low-quality Innocence of Muslims film that appeared on YouTube. The Islamist agenda of the group is in written form but if the past is any indication, that won’t stop elected officials and Christian leaders from embracing it in order to prove their tolerance.


How Hamas Terrorizes Gaza’s Citizens

FrontPage Magazine 8 October 2012
By Joseph Puder

The U.S., along with the European Union and Israel, considers the Palestinian Hamas regime ensconced in Gaza a terrorist organization primarily because of its use of suicide


US Dar AlNoor mosque leader’s death is ruled suicide

The Washington Post 8 October 2012
By Jeremy Borden

After a 200-car procession to the Stafford County cemetery, the mourners stood politely in line in the oppressive July heat for a turn to shovel clay on the blue casket bearing


Extradited Abu Hamza presented before US judge

Firstpost 8 October 2012

Egyptian-born cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri has been presented before a federal judge in New York, following his extradition from Britain to face terror charges. Abu Hamza faces


Taliban murder children in blatant violation of Quran

Examiner 8 October 2012

Local authorities in eastern Ghazni province of Afghanistan report that Taliban militants on Saturday attacked an Afghan police officer, who refused to defect to their cause


Arizona: Muslim immigrants plead guilty, beat daughter for violating Islam

Creeping Sharia 8 October 2012

Three family members who beat a teenage relative for talking with a man pleaded guilty Friday to lesser charges during an emotion-filled hearing. Maricopa County Superior


US Woman claims family beat her for talking to a man

FOX 10 News 8 October 2012
By Mia Garcia

PHOENIX - A woman claims she was beat by her family for talking to a man and on Friday, those family members were in court. All three family members plead guilty. The


UK think tank takes EU to task on Hezbollah stance

The Jerusalem Post 8 October 2012

LONDON – A prominent British think tank has launched a campaign calling on the EU to proscribe Hezbollah in an effort to sever its funding base in Europe and thwart its


Gaza Strip: Hamas ‘abusing Palestinians’

Casa Grande Dispach 8 October 2012

An international rights group said Wednesday that Hamas security forces in the Gaza Strip commit rampant abuses against Palestinian prisoners, including beatings with metal


Muslim Brotherhood’s War Propaganda Targets Israel

FrontPage Magazine 8 October 2012
By Daniel Greenfield

This is the kind of historical revisionism that eventually leads a country into a war. Mohammed Badie, the Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, who had previously


Pakistan: Brisk business in flammable American flags; production hits 500 per hour

Jihad Watch 8 October 2012

Friend and ally! "US 'inflammable' flags sold out in Pakistan," from AGI, October 3 (thanks to C. Cantoni): (AGI) Islamabad - In Pakistan, the US flags are a hot item.


New reports of Syrian refugee women being sold as brides

the elder of ziyon 8 October 2012

A followup to this story, from Now Lebanon: Following the growing influx of Syrian refugees into Arab countries, women are being treated as spoils of war. Widows and


Palestinian Authority Rigging Courts Canada, UN Complicit

Gatestone Institute 8 October 2012
By Khaled Abu Toameh

The Canadian Development Agency, with the help of the UN Development Program, has been funding new courthouses in the West Bank "to improve the Palestinians' access to


Time magazine's infomercial for Mahmoud Abbas - and Hamas

the elder of ziyon 8 October 2012

You know how the Palestinian Arab leaders are frustrated about how Western media attention has been on Egypt, Libya and Syria instead of them? Apparently, this malaise


Moral Reform for the Muslim World

Gatestone Institute 8 October 2012
By Daniel Greenfield

Without moral reform, political reform empowers the people to be at their worst while they take refuge in the magical thinking that justice will come from an Islamic order rather than from accountable government and common ethics. Mitt Romney has proposed economic reform instead of political reform, but it is not likely that reforming Muslim economies will work any better than reforming their governments did.


Morocco women struggle against violence from husbands

Bikya Masr 8 October 2012
By Brianna Taylor

CASABLANCA: The bruises on her wrists so the signs of struggle. Her still blue tinted eyes show the marks of a fist. For Khadija, and countless other Moroccan women, she


Indian Mujahideen's global terror 'links' worry intelligence agencies

India Today 8 October 2012

The Indian Mujahideen (IM) has links with the international radical group Hizbut Tahrir, Indian intelligence agencies suspect. Hizbut Tahrir, a Palestinian radical outfit


Three more Muslim Youth released in Delhi, Police fail to provide evidence

SahilOnline 8 October 2012
By I.G. Bhatkali

New Delhi: A court in Delhi has reconciled three Muslim youths who were arrested under the tag of terrorism and were jailed for past five years on account of scanty evidence


New Zealand launches Halal guide for Muslim tourists

eTurboNews 8 October 2012

As Muslim travelers increasingly change their tourism preferences from traditional trips to Mecca to beach holidays, a number of countries are adapting their tourism offers to


Islamists shoot in air to disperse protest by Timbuktu women

Yahoo! News 8 October 2012

More than 100 women marched against the imposition of strict Islamic law in the northern Malian town of Timbuktu on Saturday, but were dispersed by gunmen linked to al Qaeda


Philippines and Muslim rebels agree peace deal

BBC 8 October 2012

The new autonomous region is to be named Bangsamoro, after the Moros living there. The Philippine government has reached a framework peace agreement


Kuwaiti ruler dissolves parliament, setting up new elections; Islamists poised to win again

Ottawa Citizen 8 October 2012

Kuwait’s ruler dissolved parliament Sunday, a step toward ending months of political gridlock and calling the second elections this year that could again swing in favour of


Code Pink in Pakistan to protest drone strikes, jihadis show their gratitude by threatening to hit them with suicide bombings

Jihad Watch 8 October 2012

The myopia of these Leftists is stunning. They think they can prance into Waziristan in some fantasy of solidarity with "the oppressed," and that "the oppressed" will greet


Taliban kill stubborn cop's kids 8 October 2012

TWO schoolchildren were shot dead by militants in Afghanistan after their policeman father refused to quit. Nine-year-old Henna and her 16-year-old brother Zelgai were

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