Video: London "Passion for Freedom"

Islam versus Europe 29 November 2012

It was about time that those who live from free speech - no, I am not talking about journalists... - start fighting for it. Artists gathered in London earlier this month to express their view on freedom on the Passion for Freedom exhibition, and this time Islam gets mentioned:


The Status of "Palestine" at the United Nations

The Institute for National Security Studies 29 November 2012
By Oded Eran and Robbie Sabel
INSS Insight No. 387, November 25, 2012

Two Palestinian documents recently made public deserve attention: the Palestinian request for non-member state status at the United Nations General Assembly, 1 and the speech made by President Abu Mazen on November 11, 2012 at the ceremony marking the death of Yassir Arafat eight years ago. 2

The request submitted to the UN that apparently will be debated on November 29, 2012 is clearly an attempt by the Palestinians to bolster their negotiating position by garnering international support. Rather than having to negotiate the question of statehood with Israel, the Palestinians hope to acquire this status, supported widely by the international community, without the need to negotiate with Israel or concede anything to Israel.


A significant step of the Islamists in Denmark

Sunday - Catholic Weekly 29 November 2012

To our surprise we found out that the Council of residents of the housing estate Egeldalsvaenge in the Dunish town Kokkedal where the Muslims gained most votes, decided to


Dutch to scrap blasphemy law on insulting God

Yahoo! News 29 November 2012

The Almighty will have to defend his own name from now on: Dutch parliament has accepted a motion that will scrap a law making it a crime to insult God. A majority of


Pro-Islamist Losing Grip on Republican Party

Radical Islam 29 November 2012
By Arnold Ahlert

Anti-tax promoter Grover Norquist is losing his vice-like grip on the Republican party. The head of Americans for Tax Reform, who as recently as last year counted 238 members


Cry Freedom! Vigils for Tommy Across Europe

englishdefenceleague 29 November 2012

Europe marks ‘Free Tommy Day’

November 24th 2012 may not ever be reported in any history book, but it will be remembered by many as day the people of Europe came together in the cause of liberty and justice. Saturday 24th November 2012 became ‘International Free Tommy Day’.


Video: No Halal for Eskilstuna Schools

Gates of Vienna 29 November 2012

Not all Swedish schools are willing to surrender to the demands and provide halal food in their cafeterias. The school commissioner in this news story from Eskilstuna says that the food they serve is adequate for all children, and refuses


Destroying Western Civilisation From Within

British Freedom 29 November 2012
By Michael Copeland

"Destroying Western civilisation from within” is one of the "General Strategic Goals” of the Muslim Brotherhood, the organisation (previously banned) behind Egypt’s President Morsi. These goals are stated in a secret internal document of 1991 captured in a police raid after 9/11, and known as "The Project”. See it on the Internet (1).

"Using deception to mask intended goals” is another of the aims. Islam specifically authorises deception of non-Muslims. The Manual of Islamic Law has a section (r8.2) headed "Permissible Lying”. Nonie Darwish, a former Muslim from Egypt, has written on Sharia law and explains that deception is not only permitted, but in some circumstances is obligatory. This is the origin of all those familiar assurances about peace, coexistence, respect, tolerance and so on, now tired, well-worn, and increasingly transparent.


Turkey's PM Erdogan to visit Hamas top dog Mashaal in Gaza

JIhad Watch 29 November 2012

Just a few years ago, Turkey was regularly held up in the mainstream media as proof that Islam and democracy, and even Islam and secularism, could coexist. Numerous


Pair get life for street murder

Scotsman 29 November 2012

Two men have been given life sentences for the "brutal and merciless" murder of a man outside his home. Asif Rehman, 20, and Adel Ishaq, 20, knocked William McKeeney


Sinn Fein are accused after Muslim ‘gaffe’

Portadown Times 29 November 2012

A SINN Fein councillor has challenged former Craigavon Mayor Alan Carson to "make a full public apology to Muslims living in Craigavon” after remarks he made during a debate on


Turkish PM fumes over steamy Ottoman soap opera

Ynetnews 29 November 2012

Erdogan urges legal action against controversial TV show about Suleiman the Magnificent; Turkish opposition accuses PM of authoritarianism, saying 'he wants to be the only


Germany: won't back Palestinian state at UN

Yahoo! News 29 November 2012

Germany says it won't back a Palestinian drive for statehood in a U.N. vote this week — putting it at odds with France and other European countries. Chancellor Angela


Qatar’s support for Islamists muddles its reputation as neutral broker in Mideast

The Washington Post 29 November 2012

For years, the tiny oil sheikdom of Qatar has been a reliable U.S. partner in the Middle East — as a host to the largest American military base in the region and as a


Video: Arrested Florida imam had ties to 1993 WTC terrorist group

Creeping Sharia 29 November 2012

We posted on this last week, Muslims bringing weapons and ammunition to Florida mosque, but some people are more visual so here’s a video report. h/t SDaMatt2a The FBI


Video: Homemade Terror: Radical Islam gains in crisis-cracked EU

youtube 29 November 2012
By RussiaToday

As if a dire economic predicament, foul public mood and gloomy outlook weren't enough - France now has homegrown extremists to worry about. Short of cash and opportunities,


How Hamas Is Trying to Fool Everyone

Gatestone Institute 29 November 2012
By Khaled Abu Toameh

In reality Hamas has not changed or relinquished its dream of replacing Israel with an Islamist state that is funded and armed by Iran. Unless Hamas changes its charter, the talk about changes in its strategy only serves to spread the movement's campaign of deception.

Is Hamas really on its way to moderation and pragmatism, as some Western political analysts and diplomats have come to believe?

And what do some Hamas leaders mean when they say that they are ready to accept a Palestinian state "only" in the West Bank, Gaza Strip and east Jerusalem?


EMU students take part in 'Hijab Day'

Islamist Watch 29 November 2012

Forty Eastern Michigan University students spent a day this week dressed as Muslim women as part of "Hijab Day." The hijab is a scarf that covers the head and neck and is


How Not to Deter Hamas (and Iran)

American Thinker 29 November 2012
By Jonathan F. Keiler

According to Israel's Defense Minister, Ehud Barak, the first purpose of in launching Pillar of Defense, the country's most recent Gaza campaign, was "to strengthen our


U.S. names multi-million dollar Taliban hawaladar

Money Jihad 29 November 2012

In’s interview with Money Jihad, we discussed how poorly the U.S. has handled the scourge of hawala, the traditional Islamic method of transferring


Hamas not to accept EU monitors on Gaza crossing

Xinhua 29 November 2012

Hamas movement told Egyptian mediators that it will not accept the return of European Union's ( EU) monitors on the Gaza Strip's Rafah border crossing point, a Hamas official


Falling for Hamas’s media manipulation

The Washington Post 29 November 2012
By Michael Oren

What makes better headlines? Is it numbing figures such as the 8,000 Palestinian rockets fired at Israel since it unilaterally withdrew from Gaza in 2005, and the 42.5?percent


The Muslim Brotherhood's Gameplan for Egypt

Radical Islam 29 November 2012
By Barry Rubin

What’s been happening in Egypt this week is as important as the revolution that overthrew the old regime almost two years ago.

A new dictator has arrived, and while the Muslim Brotherhood’s overturning of democracy was totally predictable, Western policymakers walked right into the trap. They even helped build it.


Egypt shows Koran burning, Innocence of Muslims in Cairo court, sentences Terry Jones to death

Stand Up America 29 November 2012

The Cairo court room was shown a video clip of Terry Jones burning a Koran, to the objection of lawyers. The President of the Court insisted that all the evidence needed to be


Date set for Mumbai plotter sentencing

BBC 29 November 2012

A Chicago man who pleaded guilty to checking targets for the 2008 Mumbai attacks will be sentenced on 17 January, a judge has ruled. David Coleman Headley, a


Canadian sentenced to death in Egypt over anti-Islam film

Hamilton Spectator 29 November 2012

A Canadian who was sentenced to death in absentia Wednesday in Cairo over an anti-Islam movie that caused deadly riots in parts of the Muslim world said he’s terrified of


Woman forced to remarry the husband who threw acid in her face after she divorced him for being unfaithful

Daily Mail 29 November 2012
By Kerry Mcdermott

This woman's horrific scars serve as a cruel and permanent reminder of the moment her husband of 18 years flung acid into her face. Nurbanu had divorced her unfaithful and


Afghan Teen Beheaded For Refusing Marriage Proposal

The Jawa Report 29 November 2012

Afghan police have arrested two men accused of beheading a teenage girl with a knife in northern Kunduz province, officials say. Prior to the attack, the girl's father had


Syrian warplanes bomb Damascus suburbs

Waterbury Republican American 29 November 2012

Syrian warplanes bombed Damascus suburbs and rebel-held areas in the country's north Wednesday as the government blasted the European Union for endorsing a newly formed


Saudi 'Propaganda Center' Opens in Vienna

Gatestone Institute 28 November 2012
By Soeren Kern

The most important goal of dialogue is "to introduce Islam" and "to correct the erroneous slanders raised against Islam." — Saudi Press Agency

Saudi Arabia has officially opened the doors of a controversial new "interreligious and intercultural dialogue center" in the Austrian capital, Vienna.

The King Abdullah International Center for Inter-Religious and Inter-Cultural Dialogue was inaugurated during an elaborate ceremony at the Hofburg Palace in downtown Vienna on November 26. More than 650 high-profile guests from around the world attended the event, including UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon and the foreign ministers of the center's three founding states, Austria, Spain and Saudi Arabia.

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