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Ex-Islamist: Hamas, Hezbollah involved in cartoon controversy

The Times of Israel 3 June 2014
By Yifa Yaakov

A Danish Muslim who played a central role in inciting the riots that followed the 2005-2006 Muhammad cartoon controversy regrets his involvement in the violence, and says it

 

Psychological Warfare for Dhimmis

American Thinker 3 June 2014
By William A. Levinson

An Islamist religious judge recently sentenced a Christian woman to hang for being a Christian. Militant Islam has declared war on the entire civilized world, which it calls

 

Turkey: Ottoman-style circumcision triggers public outcry

ANSA med 30 May 2014

A deputy governor in the western Turkish province of Bursa recently organized an Ottoman-style circumcision ceremony for his son near the tomb of a sultan, drawing public criticism and prompting officials to announce his retirement on May 30, as daily Hurriyet online reports today.

 

Czech Republic President says: “Islam (NOT radical Islam) is to blame for the attack on Jewish Museum in Brussels”

Bare Naked Islam 29 May 2014

Czech Republic president, Milos Zeman, who is considering moving the Czech Republic embassy in Tel Aviv to Israel’s capital in Jerusalem, said, “Islamic ideology rather than individual groups of religious fundamentalists, is behind the kind of violent actions similar to the shooting attack at the Jewish Museum in Brussels that killed four people.”

 

Dutch Exist Polls Wrong, Geert Wilders’ Pvv Party Gets Four Seats After All, Tying For 2nd Place

Tundra Tabloids 27 May 2014
By Diana West

The real Dutch results from Thursday’s European election show a slightly different picture than three different exit polls, with an improved performance from both the Christian Democrats and Geert Wilders’ anti-immigration PVV. The final results, with turnout of 43 percent, are as follows:

 

Pro-European parties top Dutch EU vote, Wilders' eurosceptics equal 2nd

Chicago Tribune 27 May 2014

The pro-European Christian Democratic party topped the Dutch vote for the European Parliament in the Netherlands, with the far-right Freedom Party of Eurosceptic politician Geert Wilders in equal second place, news agency ANP reported.

 

Turkey Needs Germany as a Scapegoat

Gates of Vienna 27 May 2014
By Baron Bodissey

The recent visit to Cologne by Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has caused a lot of discussion in the German media. JLH has translated an article about Mr. Erdogan’s provocative words in Cologne, and includes this introductory note:

 

Gang Raping, "I Love Al-Qaeda" and Who Is Advancing Islam?

Gatestone Institute 25 May 2014
By Soeren Kern

In Austria, police say they believe that two teenage girls who vanished from their homes in the capital of Vienna on April 10 may be in Turkey, and that whoever helped them get there is using them as pin-up girls to boost recruitment efforts for the "holy war" in Syria.

 

‘Muslimsplaining’ Islamic Terrorism Away

FrontPage Magazine 25 May 2014
By Daniel Greenfield

As bloody bodies and smoke rise into the air after a cry of Allahu Akbar and a bomb detonation, each Muslim terrorist attack is followed by "Muslimsplaining” why the latest act of Islamic violence had nothing to do with Islam.

 

Video: Sweden goes insane

youtube 20 May 2014
By Pat Condell

 

Lessons learned from 6 big terrorist windfalls

The Terror Finance Blog 20 May 2014

Terror finance trials over the last ten years have frequently involved transfers by individuals of a few thousand dollars to terrorist organizations abroad. Sometimes those cases get as much attention from the news media and law enforcement as multi-million dollar cases of funding terrorism.

 

From Jewess Sol Hachuel, to Christian Meriam Ibrahim, 200 Years of Sharia’s Brutal Injustice For Non-Muslim Women of Faith

andrewbostom.org 20 May 2014

The striking cover art which adorns my 2008 The Legacy of Islamic Antisemitism, Alfred Dehodencq’s "Execution of a Moroccan Jewess” is based upon the actual execution of a Jewess from Tangier, Morocco, Sol Hachuel, believed to have occurred in 1834.

 

This woman wants homosexuality criminalised, adultery made illegal and rock groups banned

Belfast Telegraph 20 May 2014
By Adrian Rutherford

She's the woman who wants adultery criminalised, homosexuality made illegal and rock groups like Iron Maiden banned in Northern Ireland

 

New Report: Evangelising Hate – Islamic Education and Research Academy (iERA)

Council of Ex-Muslims in Britain 20 May 2014

A new report from the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain "Evangelising Hate” exposes the Islamic Education and Research Academy (iERA) as a Hate Group. You can read the report here.

 

Poll: Two-thirds of Czechs afraid of Islam

Prague Post 19 May 2014

About two-thirds of Czechs who have used the European election calculator EUvox consider Islam a threat to Czech society, according to an analysis of the results carried out by

 

On The Arrogance and Backwardness of Islam!

GhanaWeb 19 May 2014

Pardon me, but… I have no antipathy towards anyone or group of people. I think myself too grand a man for malice or hatred. This write-up is a critique of a set of ideas – the

 

How Muslim Immigration Affects Our Schools

Cherson and Molschky 19 May 2014
By Rachel Molschky

Muslim immigration is transforming Western society. Our native cultures are dismissed as irrelevant and our religions unimportant. Values like "freedom of religion” are taken

 

Dutch Jihadists in Syria Pose Threat to the Netherlands

Gatestone Institute 19 May 2014
By Soeren Kern

Many Moroccan youths in the Netherlands have "no education, no prospects and are barely supervised. They are a ticking time bomb." Mustapha Abbou, former Labor Party

 

The Ongoing Islamization of Europe

Right Side Publications 19 May 2014
By Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff

A brief post on the events in Orlando the past day or so. More to come shortly, but in the meantime, here is the text of Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff’s speech and some photos

 

Muslim Brotherhood, al Qaeda and the West all gunning for El-Sisi’s head

Canada Free Press 19 May 2014
By Ali Al Sharnoby

CAIRO, EGYPT—The Egyptian presidential elections have begun—with wide expectations that former Defense Minister Abdel Fattah El-Sisi will be the winner. El-Sisi—the most

 
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