FGM victim reveals horror of mother having her circumcised as a BABY so she wouldn't bring shame on her family

Daily Mail 11 April 2015
By Lucy Waterlow

A woman who still suffers from the painful consequences of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) says she doesn't blame her mother for taking her to have the procedure when she was


Court in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv adjourns radical Islam trial

At a closed sitting the judge panel will rule on the request of the defence to assign a theological expert’s analysis on the materials in Bulgarian and Arabic language


Danish rebel poet enters politics, joins new party

The Local / Denmark 11 April 2015

Danish poet of Palestinian heritage, Yahya Hassan, announced on Tuesday that he is entering politics and joining the new National Party (Nationalpartiet), saying he wants to


Turkey's Erdogan: Egypt should free Mursi before it can restore ties

ewn.co.za 11 April 2015

ISTANBUL – Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said Egypt should free ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi from jail and lift death sentences against his supporters before


Police seize passport from 'foreign fighter'

The Local / Denmark 11 April 2015

Danish police have used a new law to seize a passport and issue a travel ban on a man suspected of planning to travel to an armed conflict to fight.


Turkish artists battle President Erdogan

WND 11 April 2015
By Marisa Martin

Taking a break from arresting people, denying human rights and declaring himself Caliph of the Universe, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan had to eat a little unexpected


U.K. May Fire 100 Islamist Educators in "Trojan Horse" Scandal

Family Security Matters 10 April 2015
By John Rossomando

At least 100 Islamist teachers and teaching assistants implicated in last year's "Trojan Horse" teaching scandal in Birmingham, England may face lifetime teaching bans.


Czech government plans to register citizens for military service

Cyprus Mail 10 April 2015
By Robert Muller

The Czech government plans to create a register of citizens who could be called up for military service, in response to growing concerns over threats from Islamic State and


AUS council slammed for asking non-Muslim women to wear hijabs to raise awareness and combat Islamophobia

Daily Mail Online 10 April 2015
By Liam Quinn

A local council has created controversy by asking non-Islamic women to wear hijabs in a 'social experiment' to increase awareness and education. The City of Greater Dandenong


Pakistan’s Troubled Minorities

The Diplomat 10 April 2015
By Muhammad Akbar Notezai

Veengas Yangeen is a senior journalist based in Karachi, Pakistan. She writes exclusively on Pakistan’s religious minorities in Pakistani national dailies and periodicals. This


Police Up Security At Irving Mosque After Threats

CBS Local 10 April 2015
By Jeff Paul

Security at the Islamic Center of Irving has been increased after a religious leader said they received several disturbing phone calls and messages in the last few weeks.


Gaza Strip: Salafist sheikh held by Hamas over alleged IS ties

i24news 10 April 2015

Gaza's Hamas-run security services have arrested a radical Salafist sheikh, accusing him of membership in ISIS, a security source said Monday."Adnan Khader Mayat from the Bureij


End Wahabi influence on Wakf boards, PM told

Times of India 10 April 2015
By Mahendra Singh

Religious leaders and representatives of Muslim community urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to liberate all Wakf boards from "radical" Wahabi influences. At the Monday meeting, the


ISIS ‘playing football with severed head': Palestinian witness

ABNA 10 April 2015

The ISIS terrorists were seen playing football with a severed head as the militants have reported seized the Yarmouk refugee camp in Damascus. According to the Palestinian


Afghan Woman Forced To Marry Rapist Who Made Her Pregnant In Order To Avoid Jail

Inquisitr 10 April 2015

The story of Gulnaz, an Afghan woman who married her rapist to order to give the daughter he fathered a normal life after being shunned by her family, is one that highlights of the


Turkey journalists face 4.5 years jail over Charlie Hebdo cartoon

France24 9 April 2015

Turkish prosecutors on Wednesday called for two prominent journalists who featured Charlie Hebdo's cover with the image of the Prophet Mohammed in their columns to be jailed for four


DAVI: Hollywood Aghast at Indiana Law, Silent on Killings

Breibart 9 April 2015
By Robert Davi

Several weeks ago I wrote an article that focused on an actor who, while playing a part in a TV series, spit on a statue of Jesus Christ. I mentioned in the article that the Judeo-Christian values


Interview with Netanyahu: Iran nuclear deal is “very bad”

10News.dk 9 April 2015
by Nicolai Sennels

March 3rd Israels PM Benjamin Netanyahu gave this speech in the US Congress about Islamic terror and the negotiations with Iran. If you have not seen his speech, I advise you do – here.


Saudi Atrocities Go Unnoticed

Antiwar.com 9 April 2015
By Chris Ernesto

In December 2011, the United States sold $30 billion worth of weapons to the monarchy of Saudi Arabia. Included in the sale were 84 F-15 fighter jets, which are now “at the core” of the


NY Times: Muslims “MUST BE MADE” to Embrace Gay Lifestyle ….. no, wait

In the wake of the Indiana donnybrook over religious liberty, which somehow was transformed overnight into a question of gay rights, it couldn’t be long before the New York Times


Islamic fatwa decrees that toilet paper is halal: Directorate of Religious Affairs says wiping is acceptable

Daily Mail Online 9 April 2015
By Hannah Parry

A new Islamic fatwa in Turkey has decreed that Muslims are allowed to use toilet paper. The Directorate of Religious Affairs for Turkey stated that the use of the material for hygiene is


Boston bombs: Chechyna, the war-raved region that fell under the spell of jihadists

Blazing Cat Fur 9 April 2015

When the attack happened in April 2013, the question on everyone’s mind was “How did two young ethnic Chechens come to bring bloodshed to the streets of America?” The answer lies


West London mosque Syrian preacher shot dead in Wembley

International Business Times 9 April 2015
By Maria Khan

A Syrian preacher from West London has been found shot dead in a car in Wembley. Abdul Hadi Arwani, a preacher at the An-Noor Mosque in Acton, west London, was found sitting in a


Why Palestinian mothers make joyful cries for their martyred sons

PMW Bulletins 9 April 2015
By Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik

Palestinian women are often shown ululating - sounding cries of joy - over their "martyred" relatives. Mothers in particular are often shown expressing joy over their sons' Martyrdom-deaths.

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