Egyptian Women: Voting Themselves (Fully) Backward 30 May 2012
By Andrew Bostom

"A Trip to the Orient—The Story of a Mediterranean Cruise,” by Robert Urie Jacob, published in 1907, was "…written at the request of fellow-travelers who did not have time to take notes by


Muslims Against Islamists: Interview with Pakistani Activist Anila Ali 30 May 2012
By Ryan Mauro

Anila Ali was born in Karachi, Pakistan, and studied in London, where she became a volunteer in the All Pakistan Women’s Association. In 1996, she came to California. She is an active


Inside Britain's street movement: Interview with the leader of the English Defence League

Asian Tribune 30 May 2012
By Glen Jenvey

The British media and political leaders mainly from the left call the British street movement the English Defence League (EDL) racists. But having been invited by the EDL to meet its


Jihad and Sharia - What's the Connection? Women

Right Side News 29 May 2012
By Clare Lopez

A new dark age is descending across much of the Middle East as the forces of Sharia Islam, enabled by official U.S. government policy, again demand strict enforcement of Islamic law. Parliamentary elections in Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia already have brought the sharia-adherent Muslim Brotherhood (Ikhwan) to positions of unprecedented power in each legislature; elections in Libya, where an Al Qa’eda-led, NATO-assisted revolution toppled Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, have been "postponed.”


Sharia4Holland spokesman arrested over Wilders threat 29 May 2012

Amsterdam police have arrested the 29-year-old spokesman for radical Islamic group Sharia4Holland for making threats against MP Geert Wilders. In an impromptu press conference on Dam


Salafist police officer suspended in Germany

Jerusalem Post 29 May 2012

BERLIN – Authorities in the west German city of Duisburg suspended an officer who is a member of a growing radical movement of Islamists in the Federal Republic because he misused his


Video: Can I say this?

FOX News 29 May 2012
By Pat Condell


Al-Shabaab plotting attack in Netherlands

A former commander of the Somali al-Qaeda-linked organisation al-Shabaab says dormant cells in the Netherlands are secretly preparing terrorist attacks. The commander, who left


The Crackdown on the European Counterjihad

FrontPage Magazine 29 May 2012
By Fjordman

One of the experts on contemporary Islamophobia subpoenaed in the trial against Anders Behring Breivik is the Norwegian writer Oyvind Strommen. Prior to this case he was virtually unknown, but he has enjoyed a tremendous career boost thanks to Breivik’s evil acts, and is now hailed as a "leading expert” on the Counterjihad, a claim which triggers roars of laughter from those who actually know this movement. A lucky opportunist, Strommen sells his books by labeling me a dangerous "Fascist.” He says very little about real problems caused by mass immigration to Western countries, but a great deal about how evil any opposition to mass immigration is.


Bosnians celebrate mosque opening 29 May 2012

Asim Hodzic stands in a field behind the new Bosnian Islamic Center, listening with thousands of others as an imam blesses the place that local Bosnian refugees have been waiting


Muslim cleric suspected of terrorism loses bail appeal in London 29 May 2012
By Janet Stobart

LONDON -- A Muslim cleric imprisoned on suspicion of terrorism in Britain and convicted in absentia in Jordan on similar charges will remain in a British jail while awaiting a hearing on


European parliament chief slams Turkey over Cyprus boycott

The Daily Star 29 May 2012

ANKARA: The European Parliament's chief criticised Turkey Monday for threatening to freeze ties with the EU when the bloc's rotating presidency shifts to Cyprus, which Ankara does not


Why We Need the British Freedom Party

Gates of Vienna 29 May 2012
By Fjordman

Fjordman’s latest essay has been published at the British Freedom website. Some excerpts are below:

In the spring of 2012, the British Freedom Party officially began working together with the English Defence League (EDL) street protest movement. Two senior EDL leaders, Tommy Robinson and Kevin Carroll, joined the Executive Committee of British Freedom. The two organizations will cooperate, but nevertheless remain separate.


Italy: Moroccans in quake area return home

Adnkronos Security 29 May 2012

Rome - At least 100 Moroccans are returning home after the area in northern Italy where they were residing was struck by an earthquake five days ago. The immigrants were


Greece: Muslim politician revealed at his funeral to have secretly converted to Christianity

Jihad Watch 29 May 2012

Why did Abet Hasman think he had to keep his conversion secret? Could it be because of Islam's death penalty for apostasy that Muslim spokesmen in the West routinely deny exists? People who


Skopje: Muslims demonstrate, shouting "Allahu akbar," "jihad" and "death to the Christians"

Jihad Watch 29 May 2012

What? They haven't heard that the Qur'an preaches tolerance and respect for the People of the Book? Imam Rauf, call your office! "Skopje: Moslem Demo 'Death to the Christians,'" from PI


Turkish Pianist Faces Imprisonment for Tweets Insulting Islam

Israel National News 29 May 2012
By Rachel Hirshfeld

Prosecutors in Turkey have demanded charging an internationally acclaimed Turkish pianist for comments he made on Twitter, insulting Islam. According to reports, Fazil Say, an avowed


Muslim rapes of children covered up by U.K. politicians 29 May 2012
By Jim Kouri

In spite of British politicians' and activists' adherence to a politically-correct orthodoxy, police officers and citizens are well aware of a rampant crime problem in the United Kingdom --


Mosques tell women: ‘Don’t report abusive husbands’

An undercover investigation in Sweden has found that mosques are telling women not to report abusive husbands and that polygamy is sometimes acceptable. Many are fearful that similar


Muslim Council of Britain: Civil partnerships were a ploy to attack marriage 29 May 2012
By Stephen Gray

The Muslim Council of Britain has launched a website, Muslims Defending Marriage, which describes the civil partnerships system as a ‘ploy’ designed to ‘attack traditional marriage’ by


Muslim strangled blind imam after claiming victim was 'Antichrist,' court hears

A Muslim strangled a blind imam before declaring it was "judgement day" and his victim was the "Antichrist", a court heard today. Hamza Boutouil, 25, inflicted a severe beating to


Obama's "peace" partner, the Taliban, vows to continue to wage jihad

Atlas Shrugs 29 May 2012
By Pamela Geller

As Obama sniffs up the robes of the Taliban, they spit in America's face. Obama begs and the Taliban laughs. The legacy of Obama. The Taliban have been warring against US troops in


Video: Memorial Day, remembering the fallen heroes of the U.S. armed forces

Tundra Tabloids 29 May 2012

"General Creighton W. Abrams joins with all the assembled at Tan An base camp in prayer for the twelve soldiers from the 9th Infantry 3rd Brigade who died in a mid-air helicopter crash on August 17.


Christie Administration Concludes NYPD Surveillance Legal

Islamist Watch 29 May 2012
By Andrew C. McCarthy

As a number of readers are aware, I've had more than my fair share to say about New Jersey Governor Chris Christie of late, much of it on the negative side of the ledger — although I'd


Whitewashing Religious Law for Youngsters

American Thinker 29 May 2012
By Eileen F. Toplansky

Respect, a "newsletter about law and diversity," is a publication of the New Jersey State Bar Foundation. It is geared for middle- and high school students. The recent Spring 2012, Vol.


Saudis Demand Punishment for McDonald's Toy They Say "Insults Muhammed"

Gatestone Institute 29 May 2012
By Raymond Ibrahim

Saudi Arabians are angry at a McDonald's toy which they say mocks their prophet Muhammad. According to a report appearing today (5/27/12) on the Arabic news website,, the


Muslims outraged at xenophobic graffiti

RT 29 May 2012

Moscow’s mufti Albir Krganov has appealed to the capital’s Bureau for Human Rights over nationalistic slogans and graffiti which he says insult the feelings of believers and non-Russian


MPs want curbs on 'unacceptable' religious slaughter

BBC News 29 May 2012
By Ed Lowther

The government is facing renewed calls to curb the slaughtering of animals that have not first been rendered unconscious - a debate that pits religious sensitivities against the convictions


IDF documents Palestinian using human shield

Ynetnews 29 May 2012
By Yoav Zitun

The IDF imposed an embargo on a video allegedly documenting a Palestinian terrorist using a Palestinian woman as a human shield, Ynet discovered Sunday. Footage taken by IDF cameras


Van Rompuy: Cyprus presidency must be respected by all

Financial Mirror 29 May 2012

The EU Council presidency is a fundamental feature of our Union and must be fully respected by all, President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy said on Monday, referring to

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