Report points to 100 million persecuted Christians

Deutsche Welle 9 January 2013

The non-denominational Christian relief organization Open Doors has said about 100 million Christians face persecution around the world. The group pointed to an increase in


Germany to host Sudan forum delayed by embassy storming

Yahoo! News 8 January 2013

Germany will host a Sudan investment conference this month which was postponed after its embassy in Khartoum was stormed last year, officials and diplomats said on Monday.


Video: Muslim slave market footage from the 1960`s

The Muslim Issue 8 January 2013

From Africa to Qatar, this old documentary show footage of a Muslim slave market. In the clip African Muslims themselves are buying and selling other Africans as slaves.


Several Christians dead after aerial attacks in Sudan 2 January 2013

Non-Arab Christians in Sudan’s Nuba Mountains said they feel forgotten after Sudanese air forces killed at least 11 of the faithful in bombings before and after Christmas,


Ethnic cleansing (of Jews) in the Middle East

Israel Matzav 7 December 2012

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Captured Islamist Extremists Planned Assassination of Officials - Sudan's Security Chief Says 6 December 2012

The head of Sudan's security apparatus said on Tuesday that the cell of Islamist extremists captured by the authorities in a central province this week was planning to


Porn sites appear in Islamic countries’ most-visited online rankings

Al Arabiya News 15 November 2012

At least five pornographic websites are among Egypt’s 100 most frequently visited online destinations this year, according to Alexa, a division of that tracks online traffic patterns globally.

The statistic proves particularly significant as Egyptian web surfers may soon be stripped of all access to Internet pornography sites.

Egypt’s Prosecutor General ordered the government’s ministries of telecommunications, interior and information to begin enforcing a ban on online porn last week.


Qatar donates US$12 million to S. Sudan education initiative

Sudan Tribune 15 November 2012
By Bonifacio Taban Kuich

The "Educate A Child” initiative was launched by Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, the second of the three wives of Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, Emir of the State of Qatar and


Sudan will not stop supporting Hamas – official

PanARMENIAN.Net 6 November 2012

Sudan will not stop supporting Palestinian group Hamas despite Israeli "aggression," a senior Sudanese official said on Sunday, Nov 4, less than two weeks after Khartoum


Sudanese Bin Laden-Linked Islamist Wants Obama Win

Naharnet 5 November 2012

Sudan's veteran Islamist leader Hassan al-Turabi, linked to al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden in the 1990s, hopes U.S. President Barack Obama will win a second term on


Sudan’s Genocidal Muslim Brotherhood Leader and Bin Laden Pal Endorses Obama

FrontPage Magazin 5 November 2012
By Daniel Greenfield

"Sudanese Bin Laden-linked Islamist wants Obama win.” Here’s an AFP headline I could have written and it has yet to be ‘fixed’ to something more innocuous, like "Moderate


Sudan supports Hamas despite Israeli 'aggression'

The Jerusalem Post 5 November 2012

KHARTOUM - Sudan will not stop supporting Palestinian group Hamas despite Israeli "aggression," a senior Sudanese official said on Sunday, less than two weeks after Khartoum


Sudan to Increase Military Budget Next Year - Parliament 5 November 2012

Khartoum — The Sudanese parliament revealed on Sunday that the country's military budget will be increased next year to strengthen the army's defense capabilities as criticism


Norway expels Sudan diplomat accused of spying on refugees

Yahoo! News 10 October 2012

OSLO - Norway's Foreign Ministry on Tuesday expelled a Sudanese diplomat it suspected of spying on refugees from the African country in Norway. The diplomat, who


Hamas and Al Qaeda’s Racist Exploitation of African Migrants

FrontPage Magazine 27 September 2012
By Daniel Greenfield

First, Egyptian Islamists, possibly linked to Al Qaeda, carried out an attack on Israeli soldiers while they were handing out water to illegal African migrants. On


British embassy attacked as anti-Islam film violence spreads

The Sun 17 September 2012

THE British and German embassies in Sudan were today attacked as violent protests against an anti-Muslim film spread across the Middle East and North Africa. Police fired


US pulls some embassy staff out of Sudan, Tunisia

Radio Netherlands 17 September 2012

The United States has decided to pull non-essential staff out of embassies in Tunisia and Sudan on Saturday. The order came after both diplomatic posts were attacked and


Philippine school bans Muslim hijab

Radio Netherlands 6 August 2012

A Catholic-run school in the southern Philippines has caused controversy by banning Muslim students from wearing the hijab headscarf. Mehol Sadain, who heads the National Commission


Shooting highlights aid drama in Sudan

Deutsche Welle 6 August 2012

The UN's World Food Program says one of its Sudanese aid delivery drivers has been shot dead in South Kordofan state, one of two rebel-held border areas of Sudan where half a million


UN agency deplores killing of staffer in Sudan's South Kordofan state

UN News Centre 6 August 2012

5 August 2012 – The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) on Sunday condemned the killing of one its drivers in a fatal attack in the Sudanese state of South Kordofan, where ongoing conflict

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