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Saudi Arabia defends rights after Sweden row

The Local / Sweden 18 March 2015

Saudi Arabia's Islamic-based legal system ensures "justice for all”, the kingdom's cabinet has affirmed, responding to criticism by Sweden's foreign minister, while Bahrain has

 

Sweden's Middle East Policy in Ruins

Gatestone Institute 18 March 2015
By Ingrid Carlqvist and Lars Hedegaard

he Swedish government, parliament and mainstream media seem to have no inkling of what Islamic sharia law implies. In their hearts, they evidently believe that we all think

 

A Quiet Clash at the Swedish Foreign Ministry

danielpipes.org 18 March 2015

WT title: "Sweden's wishful thinking on the Mideast: Naive notions about Iran and 'Palestine' smell like nonsense" Sweden is arguably the most "European" of European

 

Blueprint for Islamic caliphate by 2020

WND.com 16 March 2015
By Pamela Geller

Back in 2005, Jordanian journalist Fouad Hussein published al-Qaida’s manifesto. In his book, he outlined al-Qaida’s seven-point plan over a 20-year period:

 

UK Unveils New Law in Wake of Child Sex Abuse Gangs

FrontPage Magazine 16 March 2015
By Mark Tapson

The UK’s Daily Mail reported last week that the British government is introducing a new criminal offence for teachers, social workers and counsellors who turn

 

Abusiveness, arrogance, incivility dominate Erdogan’s rhetoric

Today's Zaman 16 March 2015
By TUGBA KAPLAN

A look at the nearly 13-year political leadership of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan -- who served as prime minister until his election to the top post last August --

 

The Lessons of Rotherham

National Review 16 March 2015
By Daniel Allott, Jordan Allott and Ben Allen


Political correctness played a major role in a shocking child-sexual-abuse scandal. Last August, Rotherham, an industrial town in northern England, was thrust into the headlines when a government report detailed how gangs of local men had raped and trafficked at least 1,400 girls, some as young as eleven

 

The man who helped blow up the Bamiyan Buddhas

BBC 16 March 2015
By Nasir Behzad and Daud Qarizadah


Mirza Hussain was 26 when Taliban commanders ordered him to plant explosives on the famous Buddha statues in his home province, Bamiyan. The ancient sandstone carvings, once the world's tallest Buddhas, were annihilated in an act of destruction that shocked the world, and helped set a

 

The Language of Islam

islam-watch.org 16 March 2015
By Mumin Salih


As the Islamization of the Arab World, which kicked off in the 1970s, gathered speed, Arabs were re-educated in a new brand of Islam and a new matching style of Muslim language to go with it. This ‘Islamic language’ is a slightly modified version of the Arabic language with a selective use of Islamic friendly

 

What Extremist Islam Thrives On

Gatestone Institute 12 March 2015

The claim of the Muslim Brotherhood, that men should be ruled not by men but by Allah, is a fraud and a lie, because what mortal can claim the right to rule in Allah's name:

 

Sharia in Britain: ignoring common sense

thecommentator 12 March 2015
By Vincent Cooper

Long after the horse has bolted the political elites in Britain have now decided to "get tough" on Sharia and radicalisation. But ordinary Britons saw the dangers long ago. All

 

'Muslim Brotherhood princess' used Clinton email server

WND 12 March 2015

At least three of Hillary Clinton’s top aides – including one with ties to the Muslim Brotherhood – used emails hosted on Clinton’s private server while she was secretary of

 

The Clinton Foundation Accepts Money From Countries That Mistreat Women. Is That Bad?

Slate 12 March 2015
By Amanda Marcotte

Anyone who writes about feminist issues has likely encountered what I like to call the "Islam gotcha.” "How can you be focused on equal pay or reproductive rights,” the line

 

MADRID: Islamic jihad massacre, 11 March, 2004 — #11-M

pamelageller.com 12 March 2015

Jihad in Spain. The 2004 Madrid train bombings (also known in Spain as 11-M) were simultaneous, coordinated Islamic bombings against the commuter train system of Madrid, Spain,

 

Teenager raped by grooming gang predator vows: 'Now I want to help other girls escape abusers'

Birmingham Mail 12 March 2015
By Jeanette Oldham

Brave victim rebuilt life after evil attacks by Mohammed Ali Sultan and his cousin to become Birmingham nurse Mohammed Ali Sultan. The victim of an Asian

 

Why politicians pretend Islam has no role in violence

Israel Hayom 12 March 2015
By Daniel Pipes

Prominent non-Muslim political figures have embarrassed themselves by denying the self-evident ?connection of Islam to the Islamic State and to Islamist violence in Paris and

 

Austria defends new law on mosque funding

Donaldsonville Chief 12 March 2015

Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurtz defended the Austrian government’s new law that limits foreign funding and influence regarding the operation of mosques in Austria, a

 

It’s Not Just Islam, It’s the Tribal Mentality

FrontPage Mag 12 March 2015
By Bruce Thornton

The "nothing to do with Islam” mantra took a hit recently in one of the premier organs of liberal received wisdom, The Atlantic. Many have greeted as a revelation Graeme Wood’s

 

Islam Wants to Convert Rome

Arutz Sheva 12 March 2015
By Giulio Meotti

First the black flag of the Caliphate waving over the Vatican. Then the Colosseum in flames and a sea of blood that submerges it. Finally, the announcement of the Libyan

 

Why does Turkey continue to deny Armenian genocide?

Boston Globe 12 March 2015
By Chris Bohjalian

One night in November, 2009, I heard Gerda Weissmann Klein speak at the University of Texas. A Holocaust survivor, Gerda’s 1957 memoir, "All But My Life,” chronicles her

 
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