On this week's edition of Stakelbeck on Terror, we dip into the archives to highlight some of our greatest hits from the past few months.
First, we sit down with a former Palestinian Muslim sniper who used to work for terror master Yasser Arafat-but now works for Jesus. See how Tass Saada put down his gun and learned to love his greatest enemy: Israel.
The Sunday Times 28 July 2010
By Minette Marrin
Admitting error is rare when Anti-Israel media writes in English, but perusing the Arabic yields treasures beyond your wildest imagination, even confessions on how screwed up this anti-Israel campaign is that is being perpetrated against Israel to boycott anything made by that state.
This is a rather horrifying article about young girls reading Harry Potter one moment, and then dragged off to get their clitorises chopped off. It's got these nasty little details like, if you pay
The Independent 28 July 2010
By Christina Patterson
National Review 28 July 2010
By Dennis Prager
Armenia Diaspora 28 July 2010
The National Gallery of Armenia will host screening of the best movies of the 7th International Golden Apricot Film Festival, which took place in Yerevan:
A film Aghet - Ein Völkermord (Genocide, a Tragedy) by German film-maker Eric Friedler will be screened Tuesday, told media producer and author of the program at the National Gallery, Melik Karapetian.
Police shoot out tyres of English Defence League member as seven are arrested over mosque 'bomb plot'
Taliban Spokesman Says 3,000 Fighters Ready for Attacks in India, Notes: 'For Us, Whether They are Hindus or Jews, They All are
U.S. Congress Passes Historic SPEECH Act to Protect Americans First Amendment Rights from Foreign Courts
President Obama Poised to Sign the SPEECH Act into Law
Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld, Founder of the Movement Against Libel Tourism, Applauds House Leadership and Rep. Steve Cohen for Passing Bipartisan HR 2765 (as amended by the Leahy-Sessions SPEECH Act) New York, NY- July 27, 2010:
KitmanTV 27 July 2010
Mark Corcoran investigates Pakistan's feared Inter Services Intelligence Agency (ISI), a maker and breaker of governments. As the Americans and their allies venture further into the quagmire of Afghanistan, they are dependant on the ISI to be their "eyes and ears" on the ground. The only problem is the ISI was until September 11, the Taliban's closest ally - in fact the agency was instrumental in bringing the Taliban to power.