Casablanca Sex Shop Owner Imad El Idrissa Jailed for Eight Months

International Business Times 19 April 2012
By Gianluca Mezzofiore

A tribunal has sentenced the owner of the first overground sex shop in Morocco to eight months in prison and a €900 (700 pounds) fine, local papers reported. Imad El Idrissa, 22,

 

US warns citizens radical Islamist sect may bomb Nigeria capital hotels

Fox News 19 April 2012

LAGOS, Nigeria – The U.S. warned its citizens Wednesday that a radical Islamist sect may attack hotels frequented by foreigners in Nigeria's capital, the second time it has advised such an

 

How Islamists are gaining sway in Mali

Christian Science Monitor 19 April 2012
By Alex Thurston

The term "Islamist” has become so broad as to be meaningless, but for the present we are stuck with it. A simplified definition for "Islamism” might be an ideology that seeks to bring

 

Al-Qaeda expands its reach to 'like-minded' groups in Africa

Tallahassee Democrat 19 April 2012
By Oren Dorell

The Nigerian religious sect Boko Haram had been sporadically attacking police stations and people for years with machetes and sometimes guns to create an Islamic state in its corner of

 
 

Is the Muslim Brotherhood Winning?

CBN News 18 April 2012
By Erick Stakelbeck

On this week's episode of the Stakelbeck on Terror show, we examine the Muslim Brotherhood's alarming recent strides in the United States—including a visit by a Brotherhood delegation to the White House to meet with Obama administration officials. We also show how radical, Brotherhood-linked American groups like the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) are benefiting from the group's newfound "mainstream" status.

 

U.K Labor Party Suspends Lord Ahmed Amid Reports of Bounty Offer On Presidents Obama and Bush

Global media is reporting that the U.K. Labour Party has suspended Lord Nazir Ahmed (pictured above) following reports yesterday that he offered a 10 million bounty for the capture of

 

Radical Muslims Have Marked Geert Wilders For Death

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Dutchman Geert Wilders is unlike any other lawmaker in the world—his home is a secret government safe house, he can’t walk alone, go to the movies, or even out to dinner

 

Dudley mosque plan rejected by High Court

BBC News 18 April 2012

Plans to build a new mosque on a derelict site in the centre of Dudley have been thrown out by the High Court. In September, Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council refused permission for a

 

British group creates international halal certification program

Yahoo!OMG! Philippines 18 April 2012

A group of scholars in the UK has created what they say is a halal certification program that has the potential to become the international standard for the global food industry and make

 

The Honor Killing That Never Happened: A Cautionary Tale

PJ Media 18 April 2012
By Phyllis Chesler

Like many others who were carefully selected, I, too, recently received a very shocking email from one Arsalan Akhtar (arsalan.akhtar21@gmail.com). He accused a rather distinguished

 

Video: Major pedophile Muslim sex gang busted in the USA

Vlad Tepes 18 April 2012

Muslim pedophile sex slave and rape gangs. Not just for England anymore!

 

U.S. Sends Anti-Israel Advisor to Anti-Semitic Sweden

Gatestone Institute 18 April 2012
By Soeren Kern

U.S. President Barack Obama's controversial anti-Semitism advisor, Hannah Rosenthal, will be visiting Sweden on April 24 to meet with Ilmar Reepalu, the famously anti-Israel mayor of the

 

Turkish president begins Dutch state visit

News24 18 April 2012

Amsterdam - Turkish President Abdullah Gul began a three-day state visit to the Netherlands by laying a wreath at the Dutch national monument in downtown Amsterdam on Tuesday. Gul's

 

Abu Qatada is a microcosm of everything that's wrong with Britain's dimwitted immigration and welfare systems

Telegraph Blogs 18 April 2012
By Ed West

Is Abu Qatada finally on his way home? The Telegraph reports that Theresa May, the Home Secretary, is expected to tell MPs this afternoon that an agreement

 

Maxim Media to launch English lifestyle magazine for Muslims

afaqs (press release) 18 April 2012

The Mumbai-based media house, Maxim Media, will launch an English monthly lifestyle magazine, titled Muallim, in May. Muallim, which means tutor, is being promoted as the first English

 

Hamas Calls on Palestinians to Abduct Israelis

RIA Novosti 18 April 2012

A senior Hamas official called on Palestinian militants on Tuesday to kidnap Israeli soldiers in order to exchange them for Palestinians captured by Israel. Izzat al-Rishq’s statement

 

Revisiting the Turkification of Confiscated Armenian Assets

Armenian Weekly 18 April 2012
By Raffi Bedrosyan

If one person murders another, then takes over that murdered person’s property and possessions, he would be living off the proceeds of his crime. Once authorities discover his crime, he

 

Video: Irshad Manji getting Muslim Canadian Congress award

Xtra.ca 18 April 2012
By Frank Prendergast

Lesbian author and activist Irsahd Manji will be receiving the inaugural Mansoor Hallaj Freedom of Speech Award from the Muslim Canadian Congress. According to a media release, Manji will get the award for "her exemplary courage in standing up to repeated threats and challenges by Islmaist groups in the US, Canada and Europe."

 

Turkish Head of Religious Affairs Directorate Comments on Halki Theological School

Greek Reporter 18 April 2012
By Areti Kotseli

"I believe it doesn’t befit the grandiosity of the civilization we built on this territory for Orthodox citizens to have to send their children to Greece or for Armenian citizens to have to

 

Britain will deport cleric Abu Qatada

IOL.co.za 18 April 2012
By Tim Castle

London - Britain re-arrested a radical cleric once described as Osama bin Laden's "right-hand man in Europe” and said on Tuesday it would resume plans to deport him to Jordan, where he has

 

DuPage County mosque plan clears hurdle

Chicago Daily Herald 18 April 2012
By Robert Sanchez

A Muslim group narrowly picked up a key endorsement in its long-running quest to use a house near West Chicago as a small mosque. The DuPage County Board’s development committee voted

 

Abdennour Bidar: Mohammed Merah, a monster created by Islam’s illness

Asia News 18 April 2012
By Samir Khalil Samir

Beirut - Mohammed Merah, killed at age 23, is infamous as the author of the slaughter of Jewish children at the school of Toulouse (France), on March 19, and a few days earlier

 

Muslim peer’s 10m to capture Obama' was actually a legal fund to put Blair on trial

Daily Mail 18 April 2012

Britain’s first Muslim peer has offered to set up a 10million legal fund to bring Tony Blair before the International Court of Justice in the Hague. It had been reported initially that

 

Islamic Extremists Attacking Christians, Sikhs in South Asia

Christian News 18 April 2012
By Stoyan Zaimov

Reports of Islamic extremists attacking people of others faiths in India and Pakistan have been growing in recent years, resulting in beatings and even beheadings. On March 30, at a

 

Terrorist supergrass Saajid Badat: the shoe bomber who got cold feet

Telegraph.co.uk 18 April 2012
By Martin Beckford

A quiet and respectful pupil at the prestigious Crypt Grammar School for Boys in Gloucester, he attained 10 GCSEs and four A-Levels before being offered a place at Imperial College London

 

Trial Opens for Alleged New York Bomb Plotter

voanews.com 18 April 2012
By Carolyn Weaver

A Bosnian immigrant accused in a subway bombing terrorism plot has gone on trial in federal court in New York City. He faces life in prison if convicted on all nine counts, including

 

Video: Controversial Islamic Scholar Youssef El-Qaradawi to Visit Tunisia

Tunisia Live 18 April 2012
By Samia Fitouri

Qaradawi draws controversy, saying "Europe is miserable with materialism, with the philosophy of promiscuity” and that "Europe will find no lifesaver or lifeboat other than Islam.”

 

Anti-Islamic pamphlets an 'unlikely' breach of the law

The Canberra Times 18 April 2012
By Larissa Nicholson

The people who anonymously distributed anti-Islamic pamphlets to Canberra and Queanbeyan homes over the Christmas holidays are unlikely to have breached ACT law, the Human Rights

 

Afghan schoolgirls poisoned by insurgents

allvoices 18 April 2012
By Stephen Manual

Hundreds of Afghan schoolgirls have fallen ill after drinking contaminated water at their high school. As many as 150 students are still stated to be in critical condition. A number of

 
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