Following the spectacular arrests of two terror suspects at the Cologne-Bonn Airport on Friday, some are now questioning the timing of the police action. The arrests appear to have been made too hastily, and the decisive evidence may have been a love letter.
The Justice of the Peace in Bashkortostan's Meleuz region has handed down a guilty verdict to two accomplices of the international terror organization Hizb ut-Tahrir, the Prosecutor General's Office of Bashkortostan said.
PHILADELPHIA. Following his earlier apology to Daniel Pipes, director of the Middle East Forum, Irfan Yusuf has a second time retracted his defamatory statement about Mr. Pipes. On August 18, 2008, the New Zealand Herald, published Yusuf's "Karadzic trial gives chance to rein in Muslim hardliners."
Plans to publish controversial novel about wife of Mohammed suspended after firebomb attack on publisher's home
Kuwait Human Rights Society (KHRS) Chairman Dr Adel Al-Damkhi has asked the government to put pressure on the officials of ‘YouTube’ — a video sharing website — to delete all derogatory statements about Islam and Muslims from the site, reports Al-Seyassah.
Muslim soldiers of the Waffen SS Hanjar Division reading from a German translation (or directly from the Arabic text) of a pamphlet written by ex-Mufti of Jerusalem Haj-Amin el-Husseini in 1943 entitled, “Islam und Judentum,” “Islam and the Jews.”
Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari united a radical cleric, feminists and many ordinary citizens in opposition to his allegedly sexist behavior during his meeting with Republican U.S. vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin.
I am writing in regard to the new novel "Jewel of Medina" by Sherry Jones (Beaufort Books) and the free distribution in the presidential election battle states of 28 million copies of the DVD "Obsession: Radical Islam's War Against the West."
Dennis Ross presses need to ‘engage’ on Iran, peace process
Former Ambassador Dennis Ross, senior adviser on Middle East affairs to the Barack Obama campaign, told NJ Jewish News that Obama, not his Republican rival, John McCain, “would change the dynamic” to facilitate peace between Israel and its Arab neighbors and ease the potential nuclear threat from Iran.
With winter approaching, local Muslims are no longer facing the spectre of kneeling in the snow outside their crowded mosque. The Muslim Society of Guelph sealed the deal this week to buy a historic downtown church, which will serve as its new place of worship.
October 01 2008
The most urgent message in his video is this:
If you live in Britain please sign this petition against the creeping poison of sharia law before October 4th when it closes.
Pat Condell has had his video restored after broad support from users who protested the censorship.
A new petition is online, which runs through the end of the year. If you are an UK citizen, please consider signing ShariaStop here.
In London, Dutch publisher Marin Rynja's answering machine is so full it can no longer record messages. E-mails remain unanswered. Mr Rynja is the publisher of The Jewel of Medina by US author Sherry Jones. Because of this, police advised him to leave his upmarket London home on Friday.
It is one of today’s sad truths that to be an open critic of Islam is to incur mortal risk—even while living in the West. For this reason, the author of such daring works as Why I Am Not a Muslim goes by the pseudonym “Ibn Warraq,” an alias favored by Muslim apostates for centuries.
Since 1995, this 61-year-old, Indian-born, ex-Muslim secularist has devoted his considerable talents to raising awareness in the West of the dangers posed to democratic liberties by radical Islam. He is also a strident opponent of the tendency—stemming from political correctness and general academic culture—to refrain from critically examining Islam.