Terrorist Wanted: How ISIS Recruits Western Women

Brown Political Review 10 December 2014
By Kanika Khanna

Recruitment within terrorist organizations was long considered a homegrown issue, where groups attracted new members within the countries that they operate, drawing from


Islamic State in Syria beheads man for blasphemy

Yahoo News 10 December 2014

The militant Islamic State group beheaded a man in northern Syria after accusing him of blasphemy, a militant website and a rights group said on Tuesday. The man was killed in a public


CIA torture report: Isis supporters react on Twitter

International Business Times UK 10 December 2014
By Maria Khan

Following the release of the CIA torture report, several militant-affiliated social media accounts have been trying to shift attention towards Islamic State (Isis) news. While US


‘Amnesty are victims of Hamas propaganda’ – Israeli FM spokesman

RT 10 December 2014

Israel assumes that Amnesty International has fallen into a trap of the radical Palestinian organization Hamas, the deputy spokesman for Israel's Foreign Affairs Ministry, Alon Melchior,


Saudi women still assigned male 'guardians'

USA TODAY 10 December 2014
By Caryle Murphy

Sara's husband walked out 15 years ago, but never bothered to officially divorce her. He never sent money, although Sara cares for their daughter and her disabled mother-in-law.


Bahrain Blames Hezbollah for Bomb Attack Against Police

Clarion Project 10 December 2014

A bomb that killed a security officer in Bahrain Monday was the work of the Shiite terrorist organization Hezbollah, said Bahrain’s foreign minister. Sheikh Khaled ben Ahmed al Khalifa


Colorado Muslim stabs cop, drops Qur’an during struggle

Jihad Watch 10 December 2014
By Robert Spencer

During the attack he was making “Islamic-type statements,” and after he was shot, he asked for his Qur’an, which had dropped out of his pocket. Nothing to see here. Just another


Islamisation of schoolbooks in KP sparks debate

DAWN.COM 10 December 2014

As teenage education activist Malala Yousafzai prepares to receive her Nobel Peace Prize, the government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa — her hometown — is pushing for Islamic


Egypt arrests 33 men for 'debauchery' in bathhouse raid

BBC News 10 December 2014

Egyptian police have raided a bathhouse in central Cairo and arrested 33 men on suspicion of "debauchery" - a charge that has been used against gay people. Homosexuality is not


Events dedicated to 100th anniversary of Armenian Genocide to launch in Greece from January

ARMENPRESS 9 December 2014

The launch of the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide will be held in Greece on January 18. The Central Committee of Greece for the 100th


Germany Reportedly Concerned About Radicalization Of Chechen Diaspora

Big News Network.com 9 December 2014

The German authorities are concerned about the radicalization of the country's Chechen diaspora population, according to . Around in Syria with the Islamic State (IS) group.


What will Turkey's price be for its support against Isil?

Telegraph.co.uk 9 December 2014
By Shashank Joshi

The last time David Cameron visited Turkey, four years ago, he declared that "I am here to make the case for Turkey’s membership of the European Union”. Those pre-Arab Spring


British 'Vicar of Baghdad' claims Isis beheaded four children for refusing to convert to Islam

The Independent 9 December 2014
By Loulla-Mae Eleftheriou-Smith

Isis have beheaded four Christian children in Iraq for refusing to convert to Islam, a British vicar based in the country has claimed. Canon Andrew White, who is known


Ten Ways the Mafia and Islam Are Similar

AINA 9 December 2014
By Raymond Ibrahim

During a debate on HBO's Real Time last October, host Bill Maher declared that Islam is "the only religion that acts like the mafia, that will f***ing kill you if you say the


Charity raised zakat in France for jihad in Syria

Money Jihad 9 December 2014

Two leaders of an Islamic charity in Paris have been indicted for raising money for terrorists in Syria and Iraq including al-Nusra Front. (Hat tip to El Grillo and Sal.) The


Germans take to the streets to protest against 'Islamisation'

Telegraph.co.uk 9 December 2014
By Justin Huggler, Berlin

A new type of anti-immigration protest is sweeping across Germany, as thousands take to the streets against what they say is the growing "Islamisation” of the country. The


Who is Generation Jihad?

10News.dk 9 December 2014
By Nicolai Sennels

Generation Jihad is here. 80 percent of young Turks in Holland see "nothing wrong” in waging Jihad against non-Muslims. 27 percent of all young French and 14 percent of all


Wilders cites Martin Luther King in new "fewer Moroccans” statement

NL Times 9 December 2014
By Zack Newmark

PVV leader Geert Wilders told the national Police today that he meant every word of the "fewer Moroccans” statements he made during an election day rally on March 19. The


Anti-Islamist protests with right-wing ties expand in Germany

Deutsche Welle 9 December 2014

A recent anti-Islamist demonstration in Dresden that made a point of avoiding right-wing symbols drew thousands. Now, the PEGIDA movement is spreading to other cities - and


RECOMMENDED READING: "Antisemitism Hits New High In Turkey”

The Israeli NGO MEMRI has issued a report titled "Antisemitism Hits New High In Turkey” that examines the startling rise in antisemitism that has accompanied the government of


UK Gov't Unveils Sweeping New Anti-Terror Measures

the Clarion Project 9 December 2014
By Soeren Kern

If approved by Parliament, the new laws would give the United Kingdom some of the 'toughest powers in the world' to fight Islamic terrorism. The British government has unveiled sweeping


Dutch Biker Gangs Vs. ISIS

The Daily Beast 9 December 2014

Dutch and German motorcycle gangs got a lot of publicity saying they were fighting against the so-called Islamic State in Syria. But it seems nobody wants them there.


Where Are All Those Freed Guantanamo Detainees Now?

TIME 9 December 2014
By Noah Rayman

More than 600 former Guantanamo Bay detainees have ended up in over 53 countries Over the dozen years since the Guantanamo Bay detention camp opened, more than 630 people


Security Intelligence Service on terrorism: Finland abreast of developments

YLE News 9 December 2014

The Finnish Security Intelligence Service (Supo) concedes that per capita the number of radical Muslim recruits from Finland fighting in Syria is high, but denies that


Standards, low profit hamper Islamic banks

blazingcatfur 9 December 2014

The Islamic banking industry is being hampered by low profits and "mediocre” customer satisfaction despite impressive growth, officials and financial executives say at a

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