Video: Infiltration, Treason, Jihad – Welcome to The Project

Right Side News 3 October 2012
By Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

The Blaze aired a special last week in two parts called The Project. Part 1 is here and Part 2 is here.

 

Mullah Krekar claimed terror group founding sparks Swiss arrests

The Foreigner 3 October 2012
By Lyndsey Smith

Swiss prosecutors believe that the organisation belongs to al Qaeda and has members in several European countries. "The fledgling terrorist organisation claimed to follow a

 

Muslims Demand Pope Apologise for Reconquest of Spain

Islam Versus Europe 3 October 2012
By Cheradenine Zakalwe

A couple of weeks ago, just before the Pope was due to visit Lebanon, the International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS), based in Qatar, called for him to issue an apology

 

What Orwell Can Tell Us about the Liberal Appeasement of Islam

Family Security Matters 3 October 2012
By DANIEL GREENFIELD

Suppose there were a worldwide movement which openly proclaimed its goal of taking over in your country and every country with the purpose of imposing its system on every human beings on earth. Also suppose that this movement had carried out murders and terrorist attacks in your own country, that members of this group promoted violence while gaining political influence. Suppose also that is was highly unfashionable and politically incorrect to speak out against them.

 

Six Things the $450 Million Aid to Egypt Will Pay For

Radical Islam 3 October 2012
By Ryan Mauro

The U.S. government is about to add $450 million to its $16 trillion debt for the sake of Muslim Brotherhood-run Egypt. According to the New York Times, the emergency cash

 

Three young Jews wearing skullcaps severely attacked in France

ejpress 3 October 2012
By Maureen Shamee

LYON ---Three young Jews wearing skullcaps have been severely attacked Saturday night in Villeurbanne, near Lyon, by ten people, described as being of North-African

 

Turkey’s Ruling Party Celebrates Hamas

Commentary Magazine 3 October 2012
By Michael Rubin

This weekend saw the convention of the Justice and Development Party (AKP), Turkey’s ruling Islamist party. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that he would remain

 

Every Al Qaeda Leader was a Member of the Muslim Brotherhood

FrontPage Magazine 3 October 2012
By Daniel Greenfield

Remember that the Muslim Brotherhood are "moderate” Islamists and by moderate, we mean that they kill people and had Osama bin Laden on board as a member. Osama bin

 

Abbas, Temple Denial, and the Distortion of History

American Thinker 3 October 2012
By Richard L. Cravatts

As an example of what the insightful commentator Melanie Phillips referred to as a "dialogue of the demented" in her book The World Turned Upside Down, Palestinian President

 

The Parable of the Islamist Scorpion

FrontPage Magazine 3 October 2012
By Daniel Greenfield

Stop me if you’ve heard this one. A scorpion wanted to cross a river, so it hitched a ride on a friendly naive useful idiot of a toad. The toad swam the river with the

 

The Afghanistanization of the Middle East

Gatestone Institute 3 October 2012
By Daniel Greenfield

Eleven years after September 11, Afghanistan is nowhere near being stable; instead it is the Middle East that is becoming Afghanistanized. Forget about having only one

 

Muslims Abroad Should Respect the American Tradition of Free Speech as They Debate Their Own

Huffington Post 3 October 2012
By Parvez Ahmed

Buried in the avalanche of stories about violent demonstrations across several majority Muslim countries, at least in part in reaction to a deplorable anti-Islam film produced

 

Baby mutilation accused face court

Herald Sun 3 October 2012
By Nicole Cox

A NORTHERN suburbs couple have made a brief appearance in court today, accused of organising the illegal circumcision of their baby girl in Bali. The couple, who cannot be

 

Syria bomb blast kills Hezbollah operative

The Guardian 3 October 2012
By Martin Chulov

One of Hezbollah's most senior operatives has been killed in Syria and buried in his home village in Lebanon's Bekaa valley, the militant group has confirmed. Ali Hussein

 

Al Qaeda makes millions of dollars off of kidnapping people

Global Post 3 October 2012
By Amy Silverstein

Al Qaeda might be known for its extreme views and senseless violence, but when it comes to kidnapping people, Al Qaeda has a disturbingly sensible take on the matter. Islamist

 

Radical Islamists enforce Sharia law in Mali but who’s listening

Washington Times 3 October 2012
By Bob Taylor

Remember that "religion of peace” that wreaked havoc in multiple countries throughout the Middle East? Paris-based France 24, an international

 

Mali Islamists execute alleged murderer in Timbuktu: witnesses

Radio Netherlands 3 October 2012

Islamists who have seized control of northern Mali on Tuesday publicly executed a man accused of murder, witnesses told AFP by phone from the city of Timbuktu. The man was

 

Egypt: Christians flee Rafah after threats by militants

Coptic families are reported to be fleeing the northern city of Rafah after suspected Islamist militants opened fire on a Coptic-owned shop on Wednesday 26 September. In the

 

Turkey’s Ruling Party Celebrates Hamas

Commentary Magazine 2 October 2012
By Michael Rubin

This weekend saw the convention of the Justice and Development Party (AKP), Turkey’s ruling Islamist party. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that he would remain

 

Swedish Furniture Giant IKEA Scrubs Women From Saudi Catalog: Side By Side Comparison

International Business Times 2 October 2012
By Angelo Young

Swedish furniture group Ikea is really sorry it removed women from the Saudi version of its 2013 catalog after it was called out by the Stockholm edition of free daily

 

Muslims protest Google Europe HQ after anti-Islam film

ArabianBusiness.com 2 October 2012
By Shane McGinley

Hundreds of protestors have marched outside Google’s European headquarters in Dublin, demanding the global internet giant remove the US film which mocked the Prophet Mohammad

 

ICLA Recommends That OSCE Member States Demand The Abrogation Of The Cairo Declaration and Participate in the 2012 Brussels...

ICLA 2 October 2012

Working session 10: Freedom of thought, conscience, religion or belief.

On behalf of of International Civil Liberties Alliance, I would like to ask the following question:

How can the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights appropriately help the Participating States to make sure that their legislation concerning freedom of religion and belief is in compliance with the commitments of the OSCE and other international standards.

 

Sweden: Mosque to Blast Prayer Calls from Minaret

Gatestone Institute 2 October 2012
By Soeren Kern

A mosque in Stockholm has received initial approval to begin sounding public prayer calls from its minaret, the first time such permission has ever been granted in Sweden. A

 

Kurdish asylum seekers face terrorism charges

Swissinfo.ch 2 October 2012

Two brothers of Kurdish origin are being prosecuted by the Swiss authorities on charges of being involved via the internet with an Islamic terrorist group linked to

 

Western Courts Bend to Islamic Practices

Islamist Watch 2 October 2012
By David J. Rusin

Judges' consideration of Shari'a when deciding cases may be the most alarming avenue by which Islam influences Western legal systems, but it is not the only one. With increasing regularity, Islamic practices sway the administration of courtrooms, affecting when sessions are held, who must rise, and what attire is permissible. This trend should not be overlooked. Courts that yield to Islamic norms, even in mundane matters, encourage Islamists and cast doubt on the future of equal rights and responsibilities under the law.

 

Anti-Islam Dutch MP postpones visit on the day Australian Government says it won't block visa

Herald Sun 2 October 2012
By Matt Johnston

CONTROVERSIAL anti-Islam campaigner Geert Wilders has postponed his visit to Australia, on the same day the federal government announced it would not block his visa. Mr

 

Video: Blasphemy Day -- Because We Can

Huffington Post 2 October 2012
By Edward Falzon

September 30 2012 was the fourth annual Blasphemy Rights Day International, and we needed it this year as much as any other.

To the chagrin of anyone in favour of freedom of speech, such as Barack Obama, there are new calls at the United Nations to introduce an international law restricting blasphemy.


 

Durham University's 2.5m Kuwaiti gift 'astonishing', says Conservative MP

Telegraph.co.uk 2 October 2012
By Andrew Marszal

Durham University's decision to accept a L2.5 million endowment from a former Kuwaiti Prime Minister who resigned in a corruption row last year is "astonishing", Conservative

 

3rd terror suspect to fight extradition to US

Yahoo! News 2 October 2012

LONDON — A British man accused of terrorist fundraising on Monday launched a High Court bid to halt his extradition to the United States, mirroring a similar move by

 

Among the EUtopians

FrontPage Magazine 2 October 2012
By Bruce Bawer

Recently I commented here on a New York Times piece in which Timothy Garton Ash, Oxford’s vaunted "Europe expert” and an indefatigable champion of European unity, made clear that, even in the face of the current euro disaster, his affection for the EU hasn’t diminished.  Now, as if the Times piece weren’t enough, the current issue of Foreign Affairs turns out to contain a long celebration of the EU by Garton Ash.  At the same time, by happy chance, Daniel Hannan, a British member of the European Parliament and eloquent Euroskeptic, has published a short book, A Doomed Marriage: Britain and Europe, in which he makes a tidy case against the EU.  Those still unsure of where they stand could do worse than to read Garton Ash and Hannan in tandem.

 
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