Iranian killer to be expelled from France - source

Reuters India 17 May 2010

PARIS - France's interior minister will sign an expulsion order on Monday for an Iranian national who is serving a life sentence in France for the 1991 murder of Iran's last prime minister

 

Two major Muslim organizations boycott German-Islam Conference

Demotix  17 May 2010

The German- Islam Conference has taken place today in Berlin in the historic building of the Deutsches Historisches Museum but two of the four major organizations that represent the country's Muslims

 

Ground Zero Mosque Developer and Muslim Brotherhood

Right Side News 17 May 2010
By Alyssa A. Lappen

The Ground Zero Mosque Developer: Muslim Brotherhood Roots, Radical Dreams

Everything there is to know about Faisal Abdul Rauf, the wolf in sheep's clothing behind the planned lower Manhattan mega-mosque. The prospective developer of a $100 million, 13-story mosque 600 feet

 

Mohammed is most popular name for baby boys in London

Telegraph.co.uk 17 May 2010
By Rebecca Lefort and Ben Leapman

Mohammed is now the most common name for baby boys born in London and three other English regions, The Islamic name overtook traditional choices like Jack, Thomas and

 

Rally for Burmali mosque in Skopje, Macedonia

Demotix  17 May 2010

The Council for the rebuilding the Burmali mosque organized a gathering in the Skopje city square to celebrate the cultural and religious heritage of this mosque which was demolished in the 1920s.

 

Martyrdom Indoctrination on Hamas TV Children's Show: Children all Over the World Will Become Martyrs

MEMRI 17 May 2010

Following are excerpts from a Hamas children's show, "The Pioneers of Tomorrow," which aired on Al-Aqsa TV on April 2, 2010: To view this clip on MEMRI TV, visit

 

The Magnificent Seven - Hero Dogs That Saved Hundreds During The Blitz

TheOPINIONATOR 17 May 2010

I've always believed one of the most 'telling' characteristics regarding muslims is their hypocritical relationship with dogs - muslims believe  dogs are unclean - even  guide and other service dogs

 

India set to ban 100 Al Qaeda-linked groups

Mangalorean.com 17 May 2010

India is all set to formally designate nearly 100 Al Qaeda-linked international outfits as terrorist organisations and ban them to avoid any legal loophole if anyone associated with them is arrested

 

Govt declares ban over 100 terrorist outfits

Oneindia  17 May 2010

New Delhi - The government has declared a ban on over 100 terrorist outfits linked to Al Qaeda across the globe. The terrorist outfits which have been banned include groups like Jemaah

 

Arab American takes Miss USA title

Telegraph.co.uk 17 May 2010

Rima Fakih of Dearborn, Michigan, won the pageant at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on the Las Vegas Strip after strutting confidently in an orange and gold bikini, wearing a strapless white

 

Tatarstan's Muslim Board believes that Islam enjoys more freedom in Russia than in Abab countries

Interfax-Religion 17 May 2010

Valiullah Yakupov, Deputy Head of Tatarstan's Spiritual Muslim Board, believes that Islam enjoys unique possibilities and a high degree of freedom in Russia. "Here, in Russia, Islam enjoys a lot

 

Hamas Demolishes Dozens of Arab Homes

Arutz Sheva 17 May 2010
By Hillel Fendel

Hamas police beat and forcibly removed residents from their homes in a southern Gaza city, and the buildings were then demolished by bulldozers. The Associated Press reports that the Hamas police

 

Australian state parliament to vote on ban-the-burka bill

Earthtimes 17 May 2010

Sydney - Australian lawmakers will get the opportunity ahead of their colleagues in some European countries to vote on whether the Islamic burka should be banned in public. Fred Nile, a Christian

 

Muslim sheikh has Australian visa application denied

GlobalVisas  17 May 2010

A Sydney-based Muslim Shia cleric has been told that his application for a permanent Australian visa has been denied. The Iranian-born Sheikh, Mansour Leghaei, has been living in Australia for 16

 

Islam does not allow celebrating birthdays: Darul Uloom

In a fresh fatwa, Islamic seminary Darul Uloom Deboand has said that Islam does not permit celebrating birthdays. Responding to a query posed by a woman, the country's biggest Islamic seminary

 

Germany, EU react with caution to Iran nuclear deal

Deutsche Welle 17 May 2010

German and EU officials have reserved judgement on a three-way nuclear deal with Iran. Earlier, the foreign ministers of Iran, Turkey and Brazil unveiled the agreement to ship Iranian low-enriched

 

The Soviet Tale

KitmanTV 15 May 2010

This is a documentary made by a Latvian producer with support and request from some of the members of the EU. Here is told and explained the truth of Lenin’s, Stalin’s and Hitler’s for that matter, ideologies. That those all originate from one and the same idea published by Karl Marx in 1848-49. The base of it is that for most advanced nations to prosper and to be able to “create” the “New Man” who would be healthier, stronger, smarter and better in every way. But for that to happen the less advanced nations/societies like Slavs, Scottish highlanders, Bretons, Serbs and such have to be “exterminated”.

 

• Decline and Fall of the UN Human Rights Council: ‘Appeasement’ of Libya – as new Council Member

Vienna Forum 15 May 2010
By David G. Littman
Also published at JihadWatch

The United Nations Human Rights Council, often considered the 'Conscience of Humanity', is unfortunately being hijacked and misused by representatives of undemocratic countries. They often appear more interested in protecting their governments from criticism than advancing the cause of human rights, condemning Israel more frequently than all 56 member states of the OIC combined. At the Vienna Forum 2010, NGO Representative David G. Littman gave examples on the misuse of what could have been a worthy institution.

 

• Paul Berman and Islam — A Bridge Too Far?

By Dr. Andrew Bostom May 15, 2010

Note:
This is Part 1 of a 2 part article. Part 2 can be read here. A complete, printer friendly version is here, also available in PDF format here.

Paul Berman’s Investigative Project on Terrorism interview published May 5, 2010, promotes his new book, The Flight of the Intellectuals. Berman is to be lauded for drawing attention to the current plight of freethinkers of Muslim descent, such as Ayaan Hirsi Ali and Ibn Warraq, while decrying their rejection, and even vilification, by many of his fellow contemporary liberal intellectuals. Unfortunately, his attempt to elaborate upon the very real contrast between these former Muslims, and the pious, mainstream Muslim cultural jihadist, Tariq Ramadan, devolves into profoundly uninformed muddle, fraught with the same cultural relativism Berman’s polemic excoriates in other liberals.

 

Let's face facts, the burqa is an affront to feminism

The Sydney Morning Herald 15 May 2010
By Elizabeth Farrelly

Who knows the difference between ethics and morality? Belgium does, for one. Technically, there's not a lot in it. The dictionary makes ethics and morality synonyms, each relating to our

 

Radical Islam on university campuses

For anyone looking for some non-election related news, I must point you towards two especially shocking short videos.

The first comes from the University of California San Diego, and records a chilling exchange between David Horowitz, founder and the president of the David Horowitz Freedom Center, and a young Muslim student.

 

Muslim Council of Britain to take in World Islamic Economic Forum

LONDON - For the sixth consecutive year, the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) will be leading an international delegation of Muslim professionals to the 6th World Islamic Economic Form

 

Al Qaeda says responsible for kidnap of Frenchman

Al Qaeda's North African wing claimed responsibility on Friday for the kidnapping of Frenchman Michel Germaneau who was seized in northern Niger in April, the US-based SITE Intelligence Group said.

 

More Security, Less Immigration

Gates of Vienna 15 May 2010
By Baron Bodissey

Four weeks from today the people of the Netherlands will vote in a general election. Geert Wilders and the PVV are poised to make significant gains in Parliament, despite the firewall erected against them by the Dutch state media and the political elite.

It costs a lot of money to mount a counter-campaign in the media, so for the last couple of weeks we have been promoting the fundraising efforts of the PVV — see the bottom of this post for information about how to donate to the Party for Freedom.

 

Jihad on Camera: Hatred at UCSD, Lars Vilks Attacked

Islamist Watch Blog 15 May 2010
By David J. Rusin

Not long ago, some predicted that the newfound ease of recording and disseminating videos would keep Islamists on their best behavior during anti-Islamist events, thus bringing the familiar displays

 
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