Allah and Woman at Yale

Weekly Standard 23 September 2014
By Daniel Gelerntner


Ayaan Hirsi Ali spoke at Yale last week, and there was mild annoyance in the press section that no screaming protesters appeared to punch up the headlines. A small group distributed leaflets to people waiting outside; inside, all was quiet. The lack of disturbance was in part thanks to good planning

 

Hamas War Crimes

The Gatestone Institute 23 September 2014
By Mudar Zahran


"If Hamas does not like you for any reason all they have to do now is say you are a Mossad agent and kill you." — A., a Fatah member in Gaza. "Hamas wanted us butchered so it could win the media war against Israel showing our dead children on TV and then get money from Qatar." — T., former Hamas Ministry officer.

 

Can France defeat Islamic State simply by calling it by another name?

scroll.in 23 September 2014
By Udit Thakur

The French Foreign Ministry announced last week that it would no longer be using the term Islamic State to refer to the notorious militant group that has occupied sections of

 

Jihadist message threatens Portugal and its 'weak' people

The Portugal News 23 September 2014

"I don’t know anyone in our community or any Muslim in Portugal that could have this kind of attitude, it looks more like provocation to me” said the Community’s president,

 

French Hostage Herve Pierre Gourdel to Be Executed unless France Ends Airstrikes against Islamic State

Answearing Muslims 23 September 2014

Jihadists in completely different parts of the world are now taking orders from the Islamic State (ISIS). In response to a recent ISIS call to take hostages, the terrorist

 

Qatar will not host World Cup: FIFA Executive Committee member Theo Zwanziger

The Sydney Morning Herald 23 September 2014

The 2022 World Cup will not be held in Qatar because of the scorching temperatures in the Middle East country, FIFA Executive Committee member Theo Zwanziger told German media

 

Video: Arab professor explains how the EU tried to help Hamas

Elder of Ziyon 23 September 2014

Dr. Bassam Tibi is Professor Emeritus of International Relations at the University of Goettingen and has served as Director of the Center for International Affairs established

 

Turkey: What Ally?

The Gatestone Institute 23 September 2014
By Burak Bekdil


The Turkish government "frankly worked" with the al-Nusrah Front, the al-Qaeda affiliate in Syria, along with other terrorist groups. The Financial Task Force, an international body setting the standards for combating terrorist financing, ruled that Turkey should remain in its "gray list." While NATO wishes to

 

Video: "ISIS Rising” — on The Glazov Gang

Frontpage Mag 23 September 2014
By Daniel Greenfield

This week’s Glazov Gang was guest-hosted by Renaissance Woman Ann Marie Murrell, the Editor-in Chief of PolitiChicks.com and the co-author of the new book

 

Finland busts 4 Somalis for wires to al-Shabaab

Money Jihad 23 September 2014

As Money Jihad and Tundra Tabloids pointed out earlier this year, Finland criminalized the financing of terrorism 12 years ago, but nobody had been convicted yet. That’s about

 

Rome immigrants attack 2 buses driven by women in 2 days

ANSA 23 September 2014

Rome, September 22 - Immigrants in Rome have attacked two buses driven by two women in outlying areas in two days. Two immigrants were beaten up by angry residents in a

 

Looking for ISIL: How jihadists operate among Turks

Hurriyet Daily News 23 September 2014

This southern Turkish city has been one of the focal points of news stories about the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). It is one of the cities that have seen the

 

Turkish Security Troops Clash with Kurds, as Thousands Flee ISIS

News Wire 23 September 2014
By Boris Djuric

According to estimates by the UN’s refugee agency, at least 70,000 Kurds, most of them women, children and elderly people, have fled to Turkey since Saturday alone, and the

 

Islamic State offensive poses problems for Turkey

ABP Live 23 September 2014

Fierce fighting Monday between the Islamic State militant group and Kurdish forces just over the border in Syria brought the battle closer to Turkey, triggering a surge of tens

 

Syrian War Creates 200,000 More Refugees in Past Four Days

Answearing Muslims 23 September 2014
By David Wood

More fruit of the "Arab Spring," which was praised and supported by Western politicians and the media, while people who understand Islam were warning: "Not a good idea."

 

Germany Cracking Down on Alleged Islamic Militants

The Wall Street Journal 23 September 2014
By Friedrich Geiger

German authorities are turning the screw on alleged Islamist militants in the country amid rising concern that the conflict in Syria could spill over into attacks in

 

Daily Jihad: Pre-Adolescent Children Leaving Germany to Fight for IS

Breitbart 23 September 2014
By Jordan Schachtel

Children as young as thirteen have left Germany for the Middle East to wage jihad on behalf of the Islamic State, according to Hans-Georg Maaben, the head of Germany’s Federal

 

Dutch Official Suspended For Calling Islamic State ‘Zionist Plot’

JP Updates 23 September 2014
By Boruch Shubert

Yasmina Haifi, the Dutch project manager who was suspended from her position at the Dutch National Cyber Security Center in the Netherlands last month for sending out a message

 

Weather or Terror? FIFA World Cup May Move from Qatar

Arutz Sheva Israel National News 23 September 2014
By Tova Dvorin

Plans to hold the FIFA 2022 World Cup in Qatar may be cancelled, the German Bild newspaper reports Monday - not due to concerns over funding from terrorists, but simply due to

 

Muslim Scholar: Obama ‘Wrong’ About ‘Not Islamic’ Islamic State

Creeping Sharia 23 September 2014

President Obama’s notion that the Islamic State is "not Islamic” and that "no religion condones killing” doesn’t square with the army of Muslims that the terror group is

 

U.S. begins bombing in Syria

Billings Gazette 23 September 2014
By Kathleen Hennessy

The United States, along with partner nations, began airstrikes over Syria using a mix of fighters, bombers and Tomahawk missiles, Rear Adm. John Kirby, Pentagon press

 

Qatar Bribes American Ambassador to Support Hamas

PJ Media 23 September 2014

Lee Smith at Tablet reports on the scandal recently buried in a long-winded report published in the New York Times: …buried deep in the Times’ epic snoozer was a world-class

 

Hamas Political Leader Threatens War In Jerusalem And West Bank; Khalid Meshaal Says Qaradawi Organization Is Hamas "Partner”

Qatari media is reporting on comments by Hamas political leader Khaled Meshaal at a celebration of the "Hamas’ victory over the Zionists” organized by the International Union

 

Video: Fatah producing new rockets to replenish supplies to attack "the Zionist enemy" in "coming battles"

Palestinian Media Watch 23 September 2014
By Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik

Last week, Fatah invited an RT (Russian TV) journalist to a rocket production facility to witness and film the actual production of new rockets. Fatah's military wing, the

 

Qatar, cold shoulders for Kerry, and a mysterious offer

ACDemocracy 23 September 2014
By Norman A. Bailey

A trio of new developments are worthy of notice and all affect Israel directly or indirectly: As a first result of the Saudi crackdown on Qatar, a dozen major Muslim

 
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