"Don’t they know that the Koran orders us to slit the throat of whoever is disrespectful to Allah’s beloved prophet?"

Jihad Watch 29 October 2013
By Robert Spencer

This manhunt for the "blasphemer" stems from his quoting the Bible to refute misstatements about Christianity in a Muslim book. Thus this case highlights how simply professing


Brooklyn Cabbie Charged With Conspiracy to Commit ‘Honor’ Killing in Pakistan

CNS News 29 October 2013
By Barbara Boland

A Brooklyn taxi cab driver, Mohammad Ajmal Choudhry, is being held without bail in a Brooklyn jail after being formally charged by the U.S. attorney’s office for the Eastern


Malala – the girl who hates Britain

Spectator Blogs 25 October 2013
By Ed West

Before a mob turns up at my house and someone starts dragging up that unfortunate picture of my grandfather with Hitler, the headline is a joke, but I do wonder if the media



The Blaze 24 October 2013
By Sara Carter

Taliban extremists have kidnapped more than 100 children from Afghanistan and Pakistan in the last year to use for suicide missions against government officials and U.S. troops still


Husband forces wife to drink acid

The Nation 24 October 2013

A man in Sheikhupura district forced his wife to drink acid after she gave birth to a babygirl, reported a private TV channel on Sunday. According to reports , family members of the man


Pakistan, school textbooks teach its okay to kill Christians

Family Security Matters 21 October 2013

In a report by the Middle East Media Research discriminatory books are widespread in all public primary schools . By law, Christians are forced to study these texts.


Why Malala should have won the Nobel Peace Prize

The Age 16 October 2013
By Fouad Ajami

The picture on the front page of Saturday's New York Times was worth a thousand words. Young Pakistani girls, one of them clutching a notebook, were awaiting the news from


Terror charity poised to net $5m this Eid

Money Jihad 16 October 2013

A hundred thousand hides sold at fifty dollars a head should yield $5 million for Jamaat ud-Dawa, a front charity for the Pakistani jihadist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba.


Indian Army jawan killed in heavy firing by Pakistan on LoC 16 October 2013

Srinagar: Heavy firing from Pakistan side along the Line of Control in Balakote sub-sector in Poonch district in Jammu and Kashmir was reported on Tuesday. One Indian Army


Malala Wins EU Human Rights Prize

Wall Street Journal 14 October 2013

BRUSSELS—European lawmakers awarded their top human rights prize Thursday to Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, who survived a Taliban assassination attempt last


Video: Pakistani teen shot for backing girls’ education awarded EU human rights prize — but failed to capture the Nobel Peace...

NY Daily News 11 October 2013
By Chelsia Rose Marcius , Corky Siemaszko and Corinne Lestch

The inspirational Pakistani teen who was shot by the Taliban for promoting education for girls was awarded Europe’s top human rights prize Thursday — but did not capture the Nobel Peace Prize, despite being a frunt-runner.


Missing Norway Islamist found in Pakistan jail

The Local 10 October 2013
By Richard Orange

Arfan Bhatti, the Norwegian gangster turned Islamist, has been tracked down to a prison in Pakistan. The 36-year-old, who was found by a reporter from Norway's TV2 channel,


Pakistani Muslims Form Human Chain To Protect Christians During Mass

Huffington Post 9 October 2013
By Aroosa Shaukat

Hand in hand as many as 200-300 people formed a human chain outside the St Anthony’s Church adjacent to the District Police Lines at the Empress Road, in a show of solidarity


Will try to kill Malala Yousufzai again, Taliban warns

Zee News 8 October 2013

Islamabad: A year after Pakistan's teen education activist Malala Yousufzai was shot at by Talibani gunmen, the militant outfit has reiterated its intent to attack her again, reports said Monday.


Taliban pledges to kill Nobel Peace Prize favourite Malala Yousafzai

Metro News 8 October 2013
By Natasha Culzac

Impassioned education and women’s rights campaigner Malala Yousafzai has been threatened again by Taliban militants who have vowed to take her life.


Pakistanis to monitor Azerbaijan polls

The News International 7 October 2013

Chairman, Senate Defence Committee, Senator Mushahid Hussain Sayed, is leading a 15-member parliamentary delegation, representing 6 political parties from ruling and opposition


Pakistan blast kills at least 41 at historic centuries-old market

Washington Post 30 September 2013
By Tim Craig and Haq Nawaz Khan

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — A car bomb tore through a centuries-old market in Peshawar on Sunday, killing at least 41 people in the third major attack on the Pakistani city in a


Pakistan blocks 'un-Islamic' gay website

france24. 26 September 2013

Pakistan's Internet watchdog has blocked the deeply conservative Muslim country's first website aimed at gay people, saying it was "against Islam".


Pakistan's Christians Living in Fear 26 September 2013
By Fred de Sam Lazaro

Pakistan's churches, like their congregants, are not numerous but they've been drawn into the U.S.-led war on militants in this region, becoming both frontier and collateral


Muslims Need to Confront Muslim Evil

Townhall Conservative 24 September 2013
By Dennis Prager

With this weekend's massacre by Muslim terrorists at a mall in Nairobi, Kenya, and Muslim terrorists killing about 80 Christians at a Christian church in Pakistan, most people wonder what, if anything in addition to a continuing war on terror, can be done to minimize the scourge of Islamic terror.

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