Jihad advocates focus on young Muslims in West

Czech Happenings 23 August 2012

Prague - The Jihad advocates adhering to Al-Qaeda focus their psychological manipulation on very young Muslims in the West, Czech counter-intelligence service BIS says in its

 

Churchill and Wedgwood on Palestinian Jews, 1921

Elder of Ziyon 23 August 2012

I am browsing through the records of debates in the British Parliament and finding some interesting things. Here is what Winston Churchill had to say about Palestinian Jews

 

Muslim Attacks German Embassy in Cairo Because of Anti-Islam Demonstrations in Berlin

Islam versus Europe 23 August 2012

Police in Egypt on Wednesday arrested a man who tossed four homemade nail bombs into the German embassy grounds and attacked the entrance with a hammer but injured nobody and

 

French councillor beaten by Tunisian extremists over family's dress

Europe Online Magazine 23 August 2012

Paris - A French councillor of Tunisian origin on Wednesday said he was beaten by religious extremists in Tunisia because his wife and daughter‘s clothing were seen as

 

Marriage To Prepubescent Girls In Early Islam

Jihad Watch 23 August 2012
By James M. Arlandson, Ph.D.

This series on Islamic shariah law is intended for educators, legislators, city council members, lawyers, judges, government bureaucrats, journalists, think tank fellows, TV and radio talk show hosts, and anyone else who occupies positions of authority and influence. They initiate the national dialogue and shape the flow of the conversation. They are the policy and decision makers. They implement school curricula.

 

Attacks Raise Specter Of Radical Islam In Russia

NPR 23 August 2012
By Corey Flintoff

Authorities in Russia fear that Muslim radicals are grasping for power in the central Russian republic of Tatarstan. Analysts say the radicals have infiltrated Tatarstan's

 

17.5m mosque gets planning approval

cambridge-news.co.uk 23 August 2012
By Chris Havergal

Planning permission was today granted for Cambridge’s L17.5 million new mosque after the designs were praised as "breathtaking”. Cllr John Hipkin, a member of the city

 

Anti-Islamic ads target Metro-North commuters

Stamford Advocate 23 August 2012
By Martin B. Cassidy

STAMFORD -- Metro-North Railroad is reviewing its advertising policies after the latest controversial billboard linking Islam to terrorist attacks that currently appear at a

 

German Intelligence: Islamists Planning 'Startling and Spectacular' Attack

radicalislam.org 23 August 2012
By Soeren Kern

German Intelligence Chief Gerhard Schindler has issued a warning saying that Europe is at great risk of terrorist attacks by Islamic extremists.

 

Al-Qaeda-Allied Qatar Buys into Europe’s Busiest Airport

FrontPage Magazine 23 August 2012
By Daniel Greenfield

London’s Heathrow Airport is the busiest airport in the European Union with 70 million passengers passing through its corridors. It is busier than France’s Charles de Gaulle

 

Somali community under threat by local gang

The Local 23 August 2012

A Somali community in Foresrum, in southern Sweden, is being terrorized by a local gang to such an extent that the local Somali association has urged all its members to move

 

Revised plans for York Mosque approved

BBC News 23 August 2012

Revised plans for a new 1m mosque in York have been approved, after being withdrawn amid flooding concerns. Last year religious leaders behind the mosque pulled plans for a

 

Brierfield pub damage was ‘pure stupidity’

Lancashire Telegraph 23 August 2012

A TEENAGER who was part of a gang which invaded a Brierfield pub and started wrecking it, has walked free from court. Burnley Crown Court heard the 17-year-old had been one

 

Bacon Hate Crimes and Islamophobia Witch-Hunts

Gatestone Institute 23 August 2012
By Daniel Greenfield

The NYPD is taking a break from investigating multiple shootings in four of New York City's boroughs, including the attempted murder of an NYPD Sergeant, to head down to the

 

Spate of attacks near Ramadan trouble U.S. Muslims

CNN 23 August 2012
By Yasmin Amer and Moni Basu

To mark the end of Islam's holiest month, Iftikhar Ali will head not to a mosque but to a convention center guarded by law enforcement officers. That's because this month,

 

Staffer tweets anti-Israel hoax, U.N. looks other way

WND.com 23 August 2012
By Stewart Stogel

UNITED NATIONS – The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs apparently has decided to ignore concerns raised by Israel after a public affairs

 

A Jew, His Dog and Insulted Muslims

Arutz Sheva 23 August 2012
By Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu

Toronto police have arrested a Jew who shoved back a Muslim who punched him for not moving his "unclean” dog further away from Muslim women during an anti-Israel rally. The

 

U.N. Points Finger At Iran Over Arms Supply to Syria

AINA (press release) 23 August 2012
By Michelle Nichols

UNITED NATIONS -- Iran appears to be supplying Syria with weapons, the United Nations said on Wednesday, as the 17-month conflict that began as a popular uprising

 

CAIR-NY: Site of Muslim Prayer Service Desecrated with Bacon

Melodika.net 23 August 2012

The New York chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-NY) today called on state and federal law enforcement authorities to investigate uncooked bacon

 

Chinese Muslims to Shine in Turkey Expo

CRIENGLISH.com 23 August 2012

Chinese Muslims will bring their unique culture to Turkey in an Islamic cultural pageant to be held in Istanbul, Turkey's largest city, on Aug. 31, according to the Islamic

 

Report: Hamas ‘Fifth Column’ in Abbas’ Bodyguards

Arutz Sheva 23 August 2012
By Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu

Hamas has infiltrated into the senior ranks of Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abba’s own security forces, bearing out Israel’s worst fears that the PA might turns it

 

Christian Refugees in Lebanon fear Islamist rebels

Channel 6 News Online 23 August 2012

ZAHLE, Lebanon — For most of the refugees streaming across the border into Lebanon, Syrian President Bashar Assad is to blame for the violence back home and the rebel effort to oust him is

 

North Mali Islamists ban secular music on radio

StarAfrica.com 23 August 2012

Islamist extremists occupying northern Mali on Wednesday banned all music except the singing of Koranic verses on private radio stations, in line with sharia, the strict Islamic law they are

 

New conservative newspaper, Dispatch International

Jyllands-Posten 22 August 2012

Lars Hedegaard, former chief editor of the national newspaper Information, president of the Danish and International Free Speech Society and reknown critic of EU, Islam, immigration, multiculture, climate alarmists and the Left, starts a new and completely professional newspaper. It will be published on a weekly basis from January 2013 in English, Danish and Swedish. Dispatch International can also be bought as online-edition in German and more languages for an online edition is planned as well.

 

Belgium in danger of vakhabism propaganda - Minister of Justice

The Voice of Russia 22 August 2012

The Belgian authorities are concerned about vakhabism propaganda in about ten Belgian schools that teach Arabic and the basics of Islam. The local media quote Minister of

 

Germany: "Islamists Want to Bring Jihad to Europe"

Gatestone Institute 22 August 2012
By Soeren Kern

German Intelligence Chief Gerhard Schindler has issued a warning saying that Europe is at great risk of terrorist attacks by Islamic extremists.

In a wide-ranging interview with the German newspaper Die Welt, Schindler said the German foreign intelligence agency, the Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND), is particularly concerned about the threat posed by homegrown terrorists, individuals who are either born or raised in Europe and who travel to war zones like Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia or Yemen to obtain training in terrorist methods.

 

Germany: Turkish migrants hope for Muslim majority (Unofficial translation)

EWSI 22 August 2012

As for integration, there is good news and bad news. Turkish migrants want to integrate and belong to Germany more than before. Questionable is, however, the growth of

 

Bin Laden Bodyguard Discovered in Germany

FrontPage Magazine 22 August 2012
By Stephen Brown

Those wishful-thinking diehards who believe Europe will eventually come to its senses regarding its security interests and reverse its suicidal tolerance of militant Islamists

 

When Europe Fought

Gates of Vienna 22 August 2012
By David Gress

This summer marks the 800th anniversary of one of the milestones of the Reconquista, the great Christian victory over the Moors at Las Navas de Tolosa in Iberia. Last month we posted an account of the battle written by a guest poster.

 

Sutton police warning over fake deals to Mecca

Your Local Guardian 22 August 2012
By Matt Watts

Police are warning Hajj pilgrims to Mecca to be wary of last minute package deals from illegitimate travel operators. Sutton police said fraudulent tour operators often

 
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