Why is tiny Belgium Europe’s jihad-recruiting hub?

The Washington Post 19 January 2015
By Michael Birnbaum

The Belgian teenager was determined to join the jihadist fight in Syria — so much so that, after his nation’s authorities rolled up an alleged militant cell Friday, he was


British women being used by IS to incite terror in UK

The Times of India 19 January 2015

A group of 30 British women who travelled to Syria to join Islamic State have been encouraging other women in the UK to carry out terror attacks back home, overturning the


Turkish magazine gives the answer Charlie Hebdo deserves

abna24 19 January 2015

Turkish satirical magazine Cafcaf, the only publication in Turkey which places emphasis on Islamic values, has hit back to the Charlie Hebdo arrogance with a unique cover.


‘Straw Dolls’: A Film about the Armenian Genocide

Armenian Weekly 19 January 2015

New Jersey native and filmmaker Jon Milano is honoring his connection to the Armenian community with "Straw Dolls,” a film that focuses on the Armenian Genocide of


Deadly anti-Charlie Hebdo riots as France defends free speech

Yeahoo News 19 January 2015
By Anne Chaon with Boureima Hama

Five people were killed and churches set on fire in Niger in fresh protests against the French weekly Charlie Hebdo's cartoon of Mohammed, as France condemned the violence and


Obama Doesn't Get Islamic Terrorism

Real Clear Politics 19 January 2015
By Jack Kelly

When 44 world leaders joined 1.6 million Parisians to condemn Islamist terror last Sunday, President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden were watching football. Secretary


Islamic State Throws Gays Off Buildings in Iraq

The Clarion Project 19 January 2015

The Islamic State social media accounts posted gruesome pictures of the group’s execution of a two men in Mosul, Iraq accused of being gay. The pictures show the men being


Israeli helicopters targeted 6 Hizballah and Iranian officers as warning that Golan is out of bounds

DEBKA file 19 January 2015

Lebanese and Western intelligence watchers of the Syrian conflict reveal that the two missiles fired Sunday, Jan. 18, by Israeli helicopters at an armed military convoy on the


Israel says cracks first local Islamic State cell

Yeahoo News 19 January 2015
By Dan Williams

Israel said on Sunday it had cracked the first Islamic State cell on its soil, made up of seven Arab citizens who would be prosecuted on charges of planning attacks in the


Blasphemy must stop, say Cape Muslims

iol news 19 January 2015
By Natasha Bezuidenhout

Blasphemy and vulgarity must stop was the message from religious leaders at Athlone Stadium, where thousands of Muslims gathered to celebrate the life of Prophet


How Orwell's 'Animal Farm' Led A Radical Muslim To Moderation

wuis.org 19 January 2015

When Maajid Nawaz was growing up in Essex, England, in the 1990s, the son of Pakistani parents, he first found his voice of rebellion through American hip-hop. "It gave me a


Video Pat Condell "Nothing to do with Islam"

youtube 16 January 2015
By Pat Condell

The death rattle of a dhimmi society.


Of Course It Is Islam

Politico Magazine 16 January 2015
By Rich Lowry

It is settled: The Paris terror attacks had almost nothing to do with Islam. If there is any doubt about this, consider that on the one hand, you have the chilling new tape of the Charlie Hebdo attackers declaring, "We have avenged the Prophet Muhammad,” and on the other, you have the tortured


Professors in demography about Muslim immigration

10news.dk 16 January 2015
By Nicolai Sennels

Finally some demographers speak out. Common sense from honest experts. Translated form Jyllands-Posten (not online) via Uriasposten: "… The flow of refugees that Europe


Pakistani Muslims demand death sentence for Charlie Hebdo staff for committing 'worst act of terrorism'

The Daily Mail 16 January 2015
By Simon Tomlinson

Pakistani Muslims today called for the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists to be hanged for drawing the Prophet Mohammed on its latest front cover. As worldwide protests continued for a


Belgium Antiterror Raid Leaves Two Suspects Dead

The Wall Street Journal 16 January 2015
By Matthew Dalton

Belgian police killed two people in a firefight on Thursday evening, disrupting what authorities called an imminent terrorist plot just a week after Islamist extremists set


Belgium Anti-Terrorism Raid Foils Imminent Attack

The Time 16 January 2015
By Charlotte McDonald-Gibson

The deaths of two terrorist suspects in a gun battle between Belgian police and members of a suspected jihadist cell on Thursday confirms mounting fears that the small European


Video: Obama is the 'face of Islam' in the U.S., says right wing author

Examiner 16 January 2015
By Robert Sobel

Following the Islamic terrorist attacks in France last week, the debate over religion, in particular Islam, has become a major political issue. President Obama has been in the cross hairs during


Germany arrests suspected ISIS militant after return from Syria

The Daily Star 16 January 2015

German police arrested a suspected ISIS supporter who was recently in Syria and raided his apartment in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, federal prosecutors said on


Video: Filip Dewinter Jan 2015

youtube 16 January 2015
By Vlad Tepes


Jewish School remains closed today in view of terror threat

The board of The Cheider, the orthodox Jewish school in Amsterdam, which has 200 pupils has decided to keep the school closed today like the Jewish schools in Belgium do, after


Paris gunmen Cherif Kouachi and Amedy Coulibaly 'used child porn sites for covert communication'

International Business Times 16 January 2015
By Umberto Bacchi

As French authorities continue their hunt for possible accomplices of the Islamist extremist gunmen who killed 17 people over three days in Paris last week, it has emerged two


Why There Are So Many Jihadists in Belgium

The Slatest 16 January 2015
By Joshua Keating

At least two suspects have been killed and another arrested in a series of raids in Belgium against Islamic extremists thought to have recently returned from fighting in Syria.


European police arrest over 2 dozen in anti-terror sweeps

Charlotte Observer 16 January 2015
By Raf Casert and Angela Charlton

BRUSSELS French, German, Belgian and Irish police arrested more than two dozen suspects in anti-terrorism raids Friday, as European authorities rushed to thwart more attacks by

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