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When Leftist Race Hatred Meets Islamism

FrontPage Mag 29 October 2014
By Arnold Ahlert

Apparently the hatchet-wielding maniac who assaulted two New York City policemen in Queens had ambitions in addition to his twisted jihadist sympathies. Attacker Zale

 

Video: Jailed for a Tweet - Interview with Nabeel Rajab

youtube 29 October 2014
By VICE News

Nabeel Rajab is a human rights activist awaiting trial in Bahrain, one of the West’s favorite dictatorships.

 

CAR Aid Meeting Held in Brussels

Voice of America 29 October 2014
By Joe DeCapua

Despite U.N. and French peacekeeping troops deployed in the Central African Republic, sectarian violence remains high. Since early last year, thousands of people have been

 

UC Berkeley students trying to halt Bill Maher's commencement speech

The San Francisco Examiner 29 October 2014
By Giselle Velazquez

UC Berkeley's commencement ceremony is a pretty prestigious affair, and a group of students is determined to keep smirky bigot Bill Maher out of it. A petition on

 

Dane in Lebanon arrested for being alleged IS fighter

Al-Monitor 29 October 2014

The story of Araby Ibrahim, also known as Araby al-Hadj Dib, an alleged Lebanese jihadist who holds a Danish passport, is just one of many immigrants who decided to return home

 

Islamic State conflict: Kurdish fighters arrive in Turkey

BBC 29 October 2014

A group of 150 Iraqi Kurdish Peshmerga fighters have arrived in Turkey from where they plan to cross into Syria to battle Islamic State (IS) militants besieging the town of

 

Officials Reveal US is Cozying Up to Iran, Hezbollah, Hamas

Arutz Sheva 29 October 2014
By Ari Yashar

The same Tuesday night that a senior official in US President Barack Obama's administration was quoted calling Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu "chickens**t," yet more

 

Michael Zehaf-Bibeau Did What?! New Details Show Muslim Jihadist’s Actions Clever, Not Crazy; RELEASE The Video! His Parents’ We

debbieschlussel.com 29 October 2014
By Debbie Schlussel

Newly released details show Canadian Muslim jihadist Michael Zehaf-Bibeau wasn’t so crazy after all. Just "crazy” like a fox, like a clever jihadist. The same might be said for

 

Interview with an Islamic State Recruiter: 'Democracy Is For Infidels'

SPIEGEL 29 October 2014
By Hasnain Kazim

How does Islamic State think? How do its followers see the world? SPIEGEL ONLINE met up with an Islamic State recruiter in Turkey to hear about the extremist group's vision for

 

PA TV broadcasts 19 times in 3 days Abbas' implicit call for violence in Jerusalem

Palestinian Media Watch 29 October 2014
By Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik

Palestinian Authority TV produced a short video of Mahmoud Abbas calling for Palestinians to prevent "in any way" Jews from going to the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.

 

Stone-throwing Muslims bloody Christians in Michigan

WND 29 October 2014
By Bob Unruh

The full U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit has decided to review a First Amendment complaint brought by Christians who were assaulted by a rock-throwing Muslim mob at

 

Are Moscow’s Young Muslims Tomorrow’s Militants?

Transitions Online 29 October 2014
By Grigory Tumanov

An incident at Moscow’s Historical Mosque on 26 September, when angry parishioners forced the release of one of their number who had been detained by OMON riot police, has made

 

New York City Ax Jihadist Wanted White People to 'Pay for All That Slavery'

Breitbart 29 October 2014
By Jordan Schachtel

Further information has been established about New York City ax attacker Zale Thompson, suggesting that the man who tried to kill two police officers was a left-wing radical

 

Tunisia, after igniting Arab Spring, sends the most fighters to Islamic State in Syria

The Washington Post 29 October 2014
By Kevin Sullivan

TUNIS — Tunisian pastry chef Slim Gasmi died on a Syrian battlefield and was lionized with a hashtag: #martyrdomofabuqatada. Gasmi, 28, had been trying to build a life for

 

Pakistan: Women musicians speak out about ‘the gender challenge’

artsfreedom 29 October 2014
By Sabrina Toppa

In Pakistan today, women often find themselves unable to pursue music careers because of conservative family attitudes, political insecurity, and gender inequality. But

 

Palestinians: Stop the Children's Intifada!

Gatestone Institute 29 October 2014
By Khaled Abu Toameh

The exploitation of children in the fight against Israel has attracted little attention from the international community and the media. Human rights groups and the UN have

 

Foreign fighters bill to toughen sanctions on terrorists passes Senate

The Australian 29 October 2014

TOUGHER criminal sanctions against Australian terrorists have passed the parliament after the Coalition and Labor combined to legislate measures including the power to arrest

 

Inside the Islamic State butchery cell

Calcutta Telegraph 29 October 2014
By RUKMINI CALLIMACHI

The hostages were taken out of their cell one by one. In a private room, their captors asked each of them three intimate questions, a standard technique used to obtain proof

 

Jacqui Lambie's burqa ban bill raises significant constitutional issues, says expert George Williams

Sydney Morning Herald 29 October 2014
By Latika Bourke

Jacqui Lambie's attempt to fine and jail any person found to have forced a young woman to wear a burqa raises two "significant constitutional issues", an expert has warned.

 

Efua Dorkenoo, Who Campaigned Against Genital Cutting, Dies at 65

The New York Times 29 October 2014
By DOUGLAS MARTIN

Efua Dorkenoo, who helped lead a successful 30-year campaign against the tradition of genital cutting of girls and women, mainly in Africa and the Middle East, by casting the

 
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