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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)

 

Borderline Views: The British Parliament and Palestinian statehood

The Jerusalem Post 21 October 2014
By DAVID NEWMAN

Britain went the way of Sweden last week when the British Parliament approved a motion recognizing, in principle, an independent Palestinian state. The large majority in favor

 

Pros and cons: Milan protesters confront anti-immigration rally

RT 20 October 2014

Thousands of people took to the streets of Milan on Saturday as anti-immigration demonstrators from the right-wing Lega Nord party were confronted by an anti-racism

 

Future Muslim Prime Minister of UK Joins ISIS Instead

Frontpage Mag 20 October 2014
By Daniel Greenfield

So much for working within the system. (Religion of Peace) Hands in pockets and casually dressed, he looks like a typical teenager as he poses with Ed Balls when he was

 

Video: 'I am a racist' Astonishing rally cry to Britain becomes YouTube viral but divides public

Express 20 October 2014

The astonishing video, which sees Liberty GB leader Paul Weston claiming the UK needs to mount a 'defence' against Islam has had more than a quarter of a million views. He

 

Not In My Name: A Campaign of Disinformation and Deception

islam-watch.org 20 October 2014
By Jake Neuman

Muslims in Britain have started a campaign entitled #NotInMyName, referring to ISIS barbarisms in the Middle East. It can at best be described as a disinformation campaign to

 

Sam Harris is wrong about Islam

The Jerusalem Post 20 October 2014

This and Ben Affleck on Bill Maher’s show generated a lot of controversy. Harris said Islam is the mother load of bad ideas and Ben Affleck retorted it is an ugly thing to

 

There should be no Palestinian state

Caroline Glick 20 October 2014

When Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven announced his decision to recognize the non-existent state of "Palestine” earlier this month, he inadvertently gave the game away.

 

Silence About Islamic Persecution in the West

Assyrian International News Agency 20 October 2014
By George Conger

The harassment of Christians of Middle Eastern extraction in the West by immigrant Muslim extremists appears to be one of the unexplored angles in the unfolding Islamist

 

Video: Kurdish TV Parody of ISIS

youtube 20 October 2014
Memri TV

An Iraqi Kurdish TV station recently broadcast a parody of ISIS, with bearded men playing air guitar on rifles, playing with skulls, and dancing with swords. The parody, broadcast

 

UK blacklists former Qatari official over funding terrorist groups

Press TV 20 October 2014

Britain has imposed financial sanctions on a former Qatari government adviser for funding terrorists in Iraq, as the UK government faces criticism over its ties with the Arab

 

German bikers ride to the rescue against Islamic State: ‘While others blabber’

Bizpac Review 20 October 2014

Following in the tire tracks of its Dutch counterparts, a German motorcycle gang has made the trek to the Middle East to fight against fascist Islamic State militants. The

 

ISIS: House Speaker Boldrini, no to violence in God's name

ANSA med 20 October 2014

Italian Lower House Speaker Laura Boldrini on Friday called for ''no violence in the name of God'' during an event against terrorism organized at the grand mosque in Rome by

 

Dutch battle surge of desperate, violent Muslim refugees

The Washington Times 20 October 2014
By Gordon Darroch

Nasir Galid fled Somalia hoping for a better, safer life. Instead, he died in an Amsterdam hospital five days after being attacked in a garage where he was living with other

 
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