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You Can’t Reform Islam Without Reforming Muslims

FrontPage Mag 22 October 2014
By Daniel Greenfield

Every few years the debate over reforming Islam bubbles up from the depths of a culture that largely censors any suggestion that Islam needs reforming. But Islam does not

 

Publisher: why Turkey failed to gain UN Security Council seat

PanARMENIAN.Net 22 October 2014

The Turkish government got a big slap in the face last week when the United Nations General Assembly overwhelmingly voted to turn down its application for a Security Council

 

Palestinian Statehood?

Gatestone Institute 22 October 2014
By Louis René Beres

The Palestinian Liberation Organization [PLO], forerunner of today's Palestinian Authority, was founded in 1964, three years before Israel came into the unintended control

 

Video: Pat Condell "Boo Hoo Palestine "

youtube 22 October 2014

The biggest political con trick in history, and we fall for it again and again.

 

Swiss Islamic Shura Council warns against Germany's plan to counter terrorism

Kuwait News Agency 22 October 2014

Swiss Islamic Shura Council warned against the repercussion of a proposal made by the German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere to confiscate ID cards of the country's

 

The U.K.’s Un-Mysterious FGM Problem

National Review Online 22 October 2014
By Ian Tuttle

"New figures from the U.K. are finally revealing the true extent of female genital mutilation [FGM],” writes Charlotte Lytton today at the Daily Beast: "In just six months,

 

Briton found dead with throat slashed in Bali: Police

AsiaOne 22 October 2014

The body of a British man was found Tuesday tied up in a ditch with his throat slashed on the Indonesian resort island of Bali, police said. Local residents found the man,

 

Third of five British friends fighting with Islamic State in Syria now killed

Daily Express 22 October 2014
By Rebecca Perring

A THIRD British man among a group of five friends to join Islamic State extremists fighting on the front line in Syria has been killed, it has emerged.

 

European police ‘overwhelmed’ by extremist cases

thenational.ae 22 October 2014
By Colin Randall

As four men face charges of plotting to murder police officers or soldiers on London’s streets in the name of ISIL, counter-terrorism officials across Europe say police are

 

Give them a job: how Denmark deals with returned Islamist fighters

Sydney Morning Herald 22 October 2014
By Anthony Faiola and Souad Mekhennet

AARHUS, Denmark: The rush of morning shoppers parted to make way for Talha, a lanky 21-year-old in desert camouflage and a long, religious beard. He strode through the local

 

Bahrain rattled by UK court’s opening of door to investigation of torture allegations

The News Hub 22 October 2014
By James M. Dorsey

A failed effort by a public relations company representing Bahrain and a UK law firm acting on behalf of Prince Nasser bin Hamad al-Khalifa, the commander of Bahrain's Royal

 

Pope To Visit Turkey As Region's Christians Flee Islamic State Persecution

Business Insider 22 October 2014

Pope Francis will travel to Turkey next month, the Vatican said on Tuesday, his first visit to the predominantly Muslim country which has become a refuge for Christians fleeing

 

The Islamic State and Islam

Human Events 22 October 2014
By Raymond Ibrahim

What relationship does the Islamic State have to Islam? "Absolutely nothing” is the answer almost every Western politician gives. For example, U.S. President Obama

 

Six Questions With Geert Wilders

American Spectator 21 October 2014
By Scott McKay

Geert Wilders is the founder of the Dutch Party for Freedom, the fourth largest in that country’s parliament, and perhaps the Netherlands’ most controversial political

 

Condemning the ‘Islamic State’ Does Not Make it ‘Un-Islamic’

Cherson and Molschky 21 October 2014
By Rachel Molschky

ISIS has grown powerful and popular within many factions of the Muslim community, and our politicians and media cannot deny the acts of pure savagery from the terror group.

 

Jihad in the global village and the Balkans?

StandartNews 21 October 2014

"Terrorists, hijackers, these are people minus identity. They are deter mined to make it somehow, to get coverage, to get noticed." You'll say that the author of these words

 

Families of David Haines and Alan Henning unite in grief: Together we have the power to defeat the most hateful acts

Dailyrecord 21 October 2014

THE families of two British hostages murdered by Islamic militants came together in a show of unity yesterday. At a memorial service celebrating the life of Scots aid worker

 

Denmark tries a soft-handed approach to returned Islamist fighters

The Washington Post 21 October 2014
By Anthony Faiola and Souad Mekhennet

AARHUS, Denmark — The rush of morning shoppers parted to make way for Talha, a lanky 21-year-old in desert camouflage and a long, religious beard. He strode through the local

 

Hate cleric Abu Hamza's son led kidnap gang who tortured man for three days over £15,000 debt

Daily Mail 21 October 2014
By Damien Gayle

The son of firebrand Islamist cleric Abu Hamza was leader of a gang who kidnapped a man and tortured him over a £15,000 debt. Tito Ibn Sheikh, 28, was jailed for 12 years

 

Another uni opts to kick Islamic fundamentalist group Hizb ut-Tahrir off campus

The Daily Telegraph 21 October 2014
By Jim O’Rourke

ISLAMIC fundamentalist group Hizb ut-Tahrir has been banned from speaking about its radical views at ­another Australian university. The Australian National University (ANU)

 
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