Is this ISIS's weirdest Western jihadi? The dorky Australian 17-year-old who vows to fly Islamist flag over Buckingham Palace an

Daily Mail 22 October 2014
By Daniel Piotrowski and Sarah Dean

Relatives of a ginger Australian jihadist have condemned him for appearing in an Islamic State propaganda video in which he says the terror group will not stop their murderous

 

ANU academics withdraw from IS forum after member of Hizb ut-Tahrir invited to speak

Sydney Morning Herald 22 October 2014
By Megan Gorrey

The Australian National University has defended a decision by several of its academics to withdraw from a public debate on terrorism after they found out a representative of

 

Watch ISIS VIDEO: America’s Air Dropped Weapons Now in Our Hands

Pamela Geller 22 October 2014

This is a pattern — US arms and aid have been falling into the hands of the Islamic State for over a year. Obama has been supporting these savages – here and here. Not only

 

Pakistan Mother’s Death Sentence Sparks Outrage In Europe, Churches

BosNewsLife 22 October 2014

Two leading Christian legislators in the European Parliament (EP) have urged the European Union and Pope Francis to help free a Christian mother, whose death sentence for

 

Korean-Born Jihadist on Trial in France Left Syria After Ten Days Because he Could Not Smoke

Yahoo News UK 22 October 2014

A South Korean-born jihadist on trial in France only managed to stay in Syria for "about 10 days" because he could not bear going without cigarettes under a smoking ban imposed

 

Jamaica refuses entry to Trinidadian Muslim leader

Fox News Latino 22 October 2014

Jamaica's Passport, Immigration and Citizenship Agency refused entry to the leader of a Trinidad-based radical Islamic group, calling him "a threat to public safety." In a

 

Nepal, Muslim women defy tradition and pray in public

AsiaNews 22 October 2014
By Christopher Sharma

Sexual discrimination within the Islamic community is a big problem in the country. Human rights activists denounce: "This leads to a lack of education and poverty." The first

 

Islamic State Use Drug Trade to Bankroll Their Jihad, Says Spanish Intelligence

Newsweek 21 October 2014
By Damien Sharkov

A masked man speaking in what is believed to be a North American accent in a video that Islamic State militants released in September 2014 is pictured in this still frame from

 

Six Questions With Geert Wilders

American Spectator 21 October 2014
By Scott McKay

Geert Wilders is the founder of the Dutch Party for Freedom, the fourth largest in that country’s parliament, and perhaps the Netherlands’ most controversial political

 

Austria: Civil Law vs. Sharia Law

Gatestone Institute 21 October 2014
By Soeren Kern

Austria has emerged as a major base for radical Islam and as a central hub for European jihadists to fight in Syria. The proposed revisions would, among other

 

Turkey's Love Affair with Hamas

Gatestone Institute 21 October 2014
By Burak Bekdil

It was the Islamists who, since they came to power in the 2000s, have reaped the biggest political gains from the "Palestine-fetish." But the Turkish rhetoric on

 

Denmark’s Suicidal Tolerance

The American Conservative 21 October 2014
By Rod Dreher

This is not from The Onion. This is a Washington Post dispatch from an actual Western country – specifically, from the Danish city of Aarhus. This is how liberalism becomes a

 

Cold Turkey

Assyrian International News Agency 21 October 2014
By Michael Curtis

College students should be able to answer some simple questions. Which country in the Middle East has been declared guilty of "ethnic cleansing?" Which country in the area has

 

Condemning the ‘Islamic State’ Does Not Make it ‘Un-Islamic’

Cherson and Molschky 21 October 2014
By Rachel Molschky

ISIS has grown powerful and popular within many factions of the Muslim community, and our politicians and media cannot deny the acts of pure savagery from the terror group.

 

Denmark puzzled by Turkey’s release of shooting suspect

Hürriyet Daily News 21 October 2014

Turkey has admitted that it has released a suspect wanted in connection with the attempted murder of a right-wing writer and critic of Islam in Copenhagen in 2013, but it has

 

‘Something Is Rotten in the State of Sweden’

Breaking Israel News 21 October 2014
By Jonathan Feldstein

Many will surely recognize the adaptation of Shakespeare’s famous quote from Hamlet: "Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.” If Shakespeare were writing Hamlet today, he

 

Ripples of Syrian civil war felt also in Finland

Helsinki Times 21 October 2014

The civil war in Syria has already dragged on for three years and recently also stirred up concerns in Finland, with the local Kurdish community, in particular, viewing that it

 

UK: Iran Lobbies against Sanctions

Gatestone Institute 21 October 2014
By Samuel Westrop

Over 800 Iranians were executed during President Rouhani's first year in office. Leading politicians, British government officials and businessmen nevertheless

 

Turkey streets in uproar over war in Syria

live5news 21 October 2014

The U.S. has been urging Turkey to join the U.S.-led coalition in the fight against ISIS but Turkey is reluctant placing its tanks on the border with Syria to monitor the

 

Turkey is "throwing a bone to try to get the US to commit itself against [Syrian President Bashar] Assad,” says Israeli expert.

The Jerusalem Post 21 October 2014

Turkey finally made a token concession to the US in its battle against Islamic State, allowing some Iraqi Kurdish fighters to aid their brethren in the Kurdish Syrian town of

 

Turkey has failed Kobani, Kurds

Boston Globe 21 October 2014
By Dilar Dirik

For two years, the Kurds have been warning the world about the Islamic State. Accusations by the Kurds that Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar support jihadists in Syria were

 

A Made in France 'Halal test' to check for pork

Islamist Watch 21 October 2014

A French company has developed a so-called "Halal test" which will allow Muslim consumers to detect, within a matter minutes, the presence of pork or alcohol in food. Some

 

Dutch battle surge of desperate, violent Muslim refugees

The Washington Times 21 October 2014
By Gordon Darroch

THE HAGUE — Nasir Galid fled Somalia hoping for a better, safer life. Instead, he died in an Amsterdam hospital five days after being attacked in a garage where he was living

 

Jihad in the global village and the Balkans?

StandartNews 21 October 2014

"Terrorists, hijackers, these are people minus identity. They are deter mined to make it somehow, to get coverage, to get noticed." You'll say that the author of these words

 

Families of David Haines and Alan Henning unite in grief: Together we have the power to defeat the most hateful acts

Dailyrecord 21 October 2014

THE families of two British hostages murdered by Islamic militants came together in a show of unity yesterday. At a memorial service celebrating the life of Scots aid worker

 
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