Fatah falsely depicts murdered teens as "soldiers"

PMW Bulletins 4 July 2014
By Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik

Following its Facebook celebrations of the kidnapping of three Israeli teens, the Fatah movement, headed by Mahmoud Abbas, referred to the murdered kids as "soldiers" in its


Islamic State Leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi Encourages Emigration, Worldwide Action

Jihadist News 4 July 2014

In an audio message marking the onset of Ramadan, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic State (IS), called upon Muslims to act against global oppression and to


From Prison to Jihad: Islamists Seek Supporters among German Inmates

Spiegel Online 4 July 2014
By Lisa Schnell

Radical Islamists have found a new place for recruiting fresh followers: German prisons. In some jails, Muslim chaplains are successfully promoting a more moderate approach to


PVV-plan against terrorism receives broad support from voters - 65% of Dutch: Islamic culture does not belong to Netherlands

At the request of the PVV, Dutch public opinion poller Maurice De Hond asked the opinion of a representative sample of more than 1,200 people about the plans of the PVV against


Minister: Monitoring Jihadists Top Priority of Dutch Government

Minister Frans Timmermans of Foreign Affairs (Labour Party) has said that monitoring Dutch jihadists is a top priority for the Dutch government. Earlier he had said that many


The Islamist Plague

American Center for Democracy 4 July 2014
By Rachel Ehrenfeld

Many Western commentators have adopted the narrative that al Qaeda and its ilk are the exception to the "religion of peace” — Islam.


Vandals deface Tatar mosque with graffiti in Poland

VARSOVIE : Vandals have defaced a mosque in a Tatar region of eastern Poland with graffiti, a local community leader said Sunday. ‘On the eastern side you see a pig - an


Qatar plans to turn bullring into Europe’s mega mosque

Peninsula On-line 4 July 2014

London: The site of a former bullfighting ring in Barcelona could one day house the largest mosque in Europe, members of Barcelona’s Muslim community have said after announcing


Kuwait donates EUR 200,000 for Islamic endowment project in Poland

KUNA 4 July 2014

KUWAIT -- Kuwaiti Ambassador to Poland Adel Hayat has handed to Polish authorities the amount of EUR 200,000 as part of a Kuwaiti donation for an Islamic


Why is This Not Betrayal?

Gates of Vienna 1 July 2014
By Fjordman

It is dismissed as a "crazy conspiracy theory” if one suggests that Western political elites actively support the Islamization of Europe and the Western world. Yet one might argue that this is not a conspiracy theory — or even a theory — merely an observation.


British Muslims' right to fight in Syria backed by ex-adviser on radicalisation

theguardian.com 1 July 2014
By Mark Townsend

A former senior government adviser on tackling radicalisation and extremism has defended the right of British Muslims to travel to Syria and fight. Farooq Siddiqui, a former


Austrian Shiites dispute IGGiÖ representation

The Local 1 July 2014

A group of Shiites say they will start a court case contending that they are not represented by the publicly recognised Austrian Islamic Community (IGGiÖ). According to the


Bosnian Catholics in a 'grave position,' cardinal warns

CNA 1 July 2014
By Elise Harris

Vatican City, During a recent conference in Bosnia discussing interreligious violence, Cardinal Vinko Puljic said Catholics face great persecution due to a lack of ethnic equality.


The U.S., the U.K. and Canada in Jihad Denial

FrontPage Magazine 1 July 2014
By Robert Spencer

The denial of the reality of jihad is thicker than ever, even as jihadis advance around the world. And it endangers us all.


British Jihadists and the UK Surveillance State

Gatestone Institute 1 July 2014
By Soeren Kern

A recent spike in the number of British jihadists fighting with Sunni militant groups in Syria and Iraq is fuelling a heated debate over how much government surveillance is


Islamic Values vs. Judeo-Christian Values

FrontPage Magazine 1 July 2014
By Nonie Darwish

My dear friend Ali Sina mentioned in his most recent article that a Muslim professor, Hossein Askari, believes that Western nations lead the World in "Islamic values” and that most Muslim nations practice the least Islamic values.


Radical Islamist threat on the rise in Finland

IceNews 1 July 2014

There is a rising risk of Islam-related terrorism in Finland, revealed a recent report, with the ongoing Syrian conflict a key factor in the threat. Intelligence police unit


France’s Homegrown Jihadists

NYTimes.com 1 July 2014
By Sylvie Kauffmann

PARIS — When Dominique Bons speaks with her soft Toulouse accent, there is something tragic and dignified about this thin blond woman, recently retired from the military. Last


Why Islam is violent and Buddhism & Jainism are not - Sam Harris

youtube 1 July 2014
By Daniel Berlin


Video: Coca-Cola pimps for Islam in new Ramadan ad

Creeping Sharia 1 July 2014

Ramadan is the "month of jihad,” a time when Islamic incitement to violence peaks. via Open up, It’s Ramadan! (A Change Of Heart) – YouTube. There’s no better time than


Bosnia's Mufti urges Muslims to stop fighting during Ramadan

KUNA 1 July 2014

SARAJEVO -- The Mufti of Bosnia-Herzegovina Husein Kavazovic called on all Muslims around the globe Saturday to stop fighting among each other during the holy


Video: From hip-hop dancer to jihadist: How dad tracked down son in Syria

CNN 1 July 2014
By Bharati Naik and Atika Shubert

As a teenager, Jejoen Bontinck danced in music videos and was a regular kid hanging out with friends in Antwerp, Belgium. But within a year, he went from a hip-hop-loving


Brussels shooter contests extradition from France

i24news 1 July 2014

Suspect's lawyers reportedly received assurances he would not be extradited to Israel A French-Algerian man suspected of carrying out a deadly shooting at the Jewish Museum


Norway Islamist launches anti-gay pride site

The Local 1 July 2014

A Norwegian Islamic extremist has launched a Facebook campaign against the Europride festival, which is held in Oslo this week, describing homosexuality as "a nasty and cruel


Norway Passes Law Protecting Circumcision

Tablet Magazine 1 July 2014
By Yair Rosenberg

Typically, when circumcision makes headlines in Europe, it’s because a court or a parliament is attempting to ban it. Despite the practice being fundamental to both Judaism and

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