Half-a-Million Libyans Headed for Europe Over the Summer

FrontPage Magazine 11 June 2015
By Daniel Greenfield

Obama’s illegal regime change operation in Libya is really working well. The capital is under the control of Al Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood. The country is in a state of


Bilderberg: What will Masters of the Universe discuss?

Telegraph 11 June 2015
By Harriet Alexander

It is a conference like no other. There is no desired outcome, no minutes are taken and no report is written. Furthermore, no resolutions are proposed, no votes are taken, and


Islamophobia: It's a growth industry

The Hill 11 June 2015
By The Hill

Taking time off from the crucifixions and decapitations to burn a Yazidi woman to death for refusing to perform a vile sex act, Islamic State's home-field hard jihad is alive


Lou Dobbs, The Lone True Free Speech Champion at Fox

andrewbostom 11 June 2015
By Dr. Andrew Bostom

Lou Dobbs rose (well) above the empty, hypocritical, preening din of all his colleagues at Fox News last evening: he unabashedly displayed the new free speech billboards (see


Turkey's View of Israel

Gatestone Institute 11 June 2015
By Uzay Bulut

The media's unethical coverage of the Israel/Palestine conflict seems to be the number one reason why people in Turkey have remained so misinformed and brainwashed about the


Islamic State releases first Turkish publication

Al-Monitor 11 June 2015
By Metin Gurcan

Pro-Islamic State (IS) groups have issued their first online periodical in Turkish. Believed to be designed by veteran IS digital experts at Al-Hayat Media Center, which is


The Fall of Sirte Makes ISIS in Libya a Mediterranean Power

commentarymagazine 11 June 2015
By Noah Rothman

While ISIS conducts wildly successful, multipronged assaults on targets in Syria and Iraq, it might be easy to forget that the fight against the Islamic State is raging across


Tower Hamlets: the rise and fall of Lutfur Rahman

Guardian 11 June 2015
By Dave Hill

As the London East End borough prepares for its re-run mayoral election, what really explains the rise to power of the man who was removed from the Town Hall by the courts two


Italian firms look at halal, kosher opportunities at Expo

ANSAmed 11 June 2015

Italy's national food-and-drink-producers association Federalimentare held its third meeting at Milan Expo 2015 on Tuesday for Italian food and drink producers and


Denmark grants asylum to nine of ten refugees

The Local 11 June 2015

New statistics released by the Danish Immigration Service (Udlændingeservice) show that 90 percent of all asylum applications have been approved so far in 2015. This is in


France, Iran and the "Peace Process"

Gatestone Institute 11 June 2015
By Shoshana Bryen

The French draft corresponds with President Obama's own -- strongly held -- belief that Israel has to ascribe to the President's view, despite just having elected a Prime


Immigrants who beat their children should get special treatment, says judge

Telegraph 11 June 2015
By David Barrett

Immigrants should be allowed to "slap and hit" their children because of a "different cultural context" when they are new arrivals in Britain, a High Court judge suggested


Vets urge shops to label halal meat after mass public outcry – but will Cameron act?

Daily Express 11 June 2015
By Tom Parfitt

Vets have called for supermarkets and butchers to label meat from halal abattoirs after a mass public outcry. The British Veterinary Association (BVA) said that shoppers had


Gurkhas: London pageant marks 200th anniversary

BBC 11 June 2015

The Queen and other members of the Royal Family have joined hundreds of Gurkhas marking the regiment's 200 years of service to the British Crown. The event, in the grounds


What Europe's Elections Were Really About

Gatestone Institute 9 June 2015
By Peter Martino

Europe's impoverishment, resulting from its economic underperformance and unrestrained immigration, mostly from Islamic countries, has caused its voters to opt for national


Egypt’s President al-Sisi Pays Official Visit To Hungary

Hungary Today 9 June 2015

A new chapter has opened in Hungarian-Egyptian relations, the Hungarian Premier said after talks with Egyptian President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi in Budapest. Viktor Orbán said an


Nearly €870m spent on asylum seekers last year; "Madness!” says Wilders

NL Times 3 June 2015
By Zack Newmark

The Netherlands earmarked spent 868 million euros on services for roughly 24,000 asylum seekers last year, according to figures Security & Justice Secretary Klaas Dijkhoff


The Clinton Foundation Took Money from Saudi Propagandists

National Review Online 3 June 2015
By Joel Gehrke

The Clintons and Their Royal Saudi Friends: More Dubious Donations to the Family’s Foundation. In December 2008, as Hillary Clinton prepared for the hearings that would confirm


Is it Clinton Cash—Or Saudi Hush Money?

Townhall 3 June 2015
By Ken Blackwell

Many of us applauded when President Bill Clinton signed the International Religious Freedom Act in 1998. That law—passed with broad bi-partisan support—established a U.S.


Turkish Arms to the Turkmens in Syria

gatesofvienna 3 June 2015

As I mentioned yesterday, the would-be Sultan of the revived Ottoman Empire is meddling more and more blatantly in his neighbors’ internal affairs. Recep Tayyip Erdogan keeps

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