Hamas Missles Slam Into Summer Camp Nursery, Wound Israelis

Atlas Shrugs 7 July 2014

A home video caught on camera what it’s like to be under such incessant fire (strong language alert): "Hamas Threatens as Rockets Wound Israelis, Slam Into Summer Camp


Op-Ed: Connecting the Dots

Arutz Sheva 6 July 2014
By Joe David

Call the enemy what you like – radicals, fundamentalists, Islamic terrorists, jihadists, or, historically, just plain Muslims. Connect the dots to their past activities, and you will uncover a disturbing pattern: a fanatical commitment to eliminating infidels.


ISIS Releases Map of 5-Year Plan to Spread from Spain to China

Breitbart 6 July 2014
By Frances Martel

The jihadists terrorists of the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS)-- now trying to rebrand as simply the "Islamic State"-- have released a new map that outlines the


Video: 'We will take Spain back': Syrian jihadists

The Local 6 July 2014

A top Spanish official has said country's security forces were remaining "vigilant" after two Syrian jihadists posted a video in which they promised to reclaim Spain in the


The Organized Muslim Invasion of Europe

The Muslim Issue 6 July 2014

The Muslim invasion routes are increasingly organized. The networks of Muslim invasion are improving and generate considerable revenue on top of conquered space. France has


The Caliphate Restored

FrontPage Magazine 6 July 2014
By Robert Spencer

The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has declared itself a caliphate, renamed The Islamic State, and named its leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the caliph, and demanded


The Time Has Come for America to Stand Up

FrontPage Magazine 6 July 2014
By Caroline Glick

Eyal Yifrah, Gil-Ad Shaer and Naftali Fraenkel were teenagers. They were abducted and brutally murdered by Palestinian terrorists from Hamas, a partner in the Palestinian


UK Gov Muslim in Charge of Fighting Radicalization a Big Fan of Syrian Jihad

FrontPage Magazine 6 July 2014
By Daniel Greenfield

Farooq Siddique was all about fighting radicalization. He was the South West manager for the Government’s Prevent strategy of fighting radicalization. (via Religion of


The Case for Peace in Our Time

FrontPage Magazine 6 July 2014
By Lloyd Billingsley

The title derives from Abraham Lincoln, a noble proclamation that Angelo Codevilla finds for the most part unfulfilled. As the author notes, during the past 100 years in


Iraq and the Freedom Deficit in Islam

AINA (press release) 6 July 2014
By Joseph Loconte

The startling success of Islamist extremists in seizing major cities in Iraq and threatening the government in Baghdad has many causes, but none more important than this: the


Erdogan’s path of 'illiberal democracy'

Al-Monitor 6 July 2014
By Mustafa Akyol

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced his candidacy for the presidency with an impressive address to some 4,000 supporters in a large hall in Ankara. He began


In bid to extend his grip, Turkish PM Erdogan to run for president

Christian Science Monitor 6 July 2014
By Noah Blaser

Istanbul — Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, undaunted by a year of intermittent street protests and a lingering graft scandal, will run in the country's first


Erdog(an stands for Presidency, invokes Allah

EurActiv 6 July 2014

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared his candidacy today for a more powerful presidency which rivals fear may entrench authoritarian rule and supporters,


Tony Blair denies he signed on as Egyptian president's adviser

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair denied a Guardian report that he has signed on as an adviser to Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sissi, as part of a United Arab


Former MI5 agent's warning over fighting in Syria

BBC News 6 July 2014
By Frankie McCamley and Chris Smith

In his first radio interview, a former Islamic radical, who turned and joined MI5 has warned some young Muslims to think twice about fighting in Syria. Morten Storm rose


Isis is a bigger threat than Al Qaeda, reveals double agent

Daily Express 6 July 2014

Danish-born Morten Storm converted to Islam in prison in 1997, joined extremists in the Yemen in 2001 and met some of Al Qaeda’s top men. But in 2007 he had a loss of faith


Fears of extremism rise in Muslim nations: Poll

Hurriyet Daily News 5 July 2014

Fear of Islamic extremism is rising in countries with large Muslim populations, from the Middle East to South Asia, while support for radical groups is declining, according to


Turkey: Thousands march in Istanbul Pride despite religious objections 5 July 2014

Tens of thousands of people turned out on Sunday to celebrate LGBT Pride in Istanbul, slated as the largest gay pride celebration in any majority Muslim country. 100,000 or


Why Terrorism Strikes at Children

FrontPage Magazine 5 July 2014
By Anna Geifman

Acts of terror against the young are the unadvertised "latest trend” in global political violence. For the first time since the Holocaust, slaying children has turned into a


American nurse who was arrested for trying to join ISIS set her Facebook profile to 'slave of Allah'...

Daily Mail 5 July 2014
By Snejana Farberov and Daniel Bates

A 19-year-old Denver woman has been arrested on terrorism charges for allegedly plotting to travel to Syria and join an Islamist extremist she had met online and was planning