Former MK Who Aided Hezbollah to Head New Qatar Channel

Arutz Sheva 6 May 2014
By Elad Benari

A former Member of Knesset who was forced to flee Israel after it was revealed that he revealed sensitive security details to Hezbollah terrorists will head a new Qatar-based


Charity watchdog: Islamism poses deadlier threat

Money Jihad 2 May 2014

The National Audit Office (NAO) has found that the U.K. Charity Commission, the entity responsible for monitoring British nonprofits, is grossly understaffed and is too passive in exposing


UK: Sharia-Compliant Student Loans?

Gatestone Institute 29 April 2014
By Soeren Kern

The documentary, filmed by the BBC, proved what had long been suspected: that Sharia courts... routinely issue rulings according to Sharia law that are at odds with British law. Paragraph 2.3 of the guidelines of the Law Society of Britain suggests that Sharia law could overrule British law in inheritance disputes.


Australia can secure journalist Peter Greste's freedom by not supporting the Muslim Brotherhood

The Terror Finance Blog 29 April 2014
By Ganesh Sahathevan

The Australian Government is reported to be in negotiations with the Egyptian Government to secure the release of one of it's citizens, the Al-Jazeera journalist Peter


How 2 controversial terror group conspirators profit from halal food corporate sponsorships

Money Jihad 29 April 2014

Crescent Foods, a major U.S. halal foods manufacturer, has partnerships with two major Islamic groups that were named as co-conspirators during the terror finance trial against


Focusing Minds on the Human Suffering in Qatar 29 April 2014
By Gail Cartmail

Today I joined trade union health and safety campaigners protesting outside the London Embassy of the Gulf state of Qatar. As part of International Workers' Memorial Day, we


Dutch Muslim group urges Moroccan pension fraud

Money Jihad 28 April 2014

The Dutch benefits agency SVB is trying to find out the value of assets held by public benefit recipients. To assist in that effort, they’ve asked Moroccan pensioners for their


Morocco Ranks 58 in the ‘Most Miserable Countries in the World’

Morocco World News 28 April 2014

According to the Cato Institute, a conservative public policy think tank in Washington D.C, Venezuela tops the list as the most miserable nation on the globe "with an index


Lloyds drops overdraft fee on Islamic accounts 27 April 2014
By Keith Perry

Lloyds Bank has been accused of religious discrimination after offering free overdraft accounts to Muslims. The bank sent customers a booklet this month explaining new


London mayor sees broad appeal for 200mn UK sukuk

Gulf Times 27 April 2014
By Denise Marray

The UK’s much anticipated issue of a 200mn Islamic bond, or sukuk, is likely to attract interest from both Muslim and non-Muslim investors, according to the Lord Mayor of the


Falah Capital sparks US Islamic finance?

The Malaysian Reserve 24 April 2014
By Rushdi Siddiqui

The most far reaching Islamic finance news in early April was the announcement by US-based Falah Capital to launch the “first in a series of Shariah-compliant index funds…structured as


Private school chief linked to Islam Trojan Horse plot says: Stone all adulterers to death

Daily Mail 22 April 2014
By Tom Worden and Abul Taher

A Muslim hardliner who says adulterers should be stoned to death and that gay men and fornicators should be lashed 100 times has set up an Islamic school that has received


Palestinian Terrorism: Funded by the EU?

FrontPage Magazine 22 April 2014
By Joseph Puder

In his ploy to avoid negotiations with Israel that might actually force him to make such minimal concessions as "ending the conflict” with Israel, and recognizing Israel as the


Charity work in Britain: a cover for extremists

Al-Arabiya 22 April 2014
By Abdulrahman al-Rashed

It is ironic that British authorities supervising charity organizations in the country have only just noticed the threats posed by so-called charity organizations which are


14 Reasons Why The Qatar World Cup Is Going To Be A Disaster

Business Insider 22 April 2014
By Tony Manfred

The decision to award Qatar the 2022 World Cup was met with widespread skepticism. Qatar's lack of infrastructure and soccer tradition, combined with questions about the


Plovdiv court suspends Muslim property claim case

The Sofia Globe 20 April 2014

The Regional Court in Bulgaria’s second city Plovdiv suspended proceedings on April 11 2014 in a case involving claims by the office of the Chief Mufti, spiritual leader of the


Spain eyes stronger economic ties with UAE visit

The News Tribune 16 April 2014

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates — King Juan Carlos of Spain began a visit to the Persian Gulf region on Monday by telling United Arab Emirates officials that deepening ties


Jailed Tax Dodger Mohammed Suleman Khan Built Mansion Yet Claimed To Earn 40k pa

Kafir Crusaders 16 April 2014

Mohammed Suleman Khan lived like a Lord with an upmarket house in Birmingham and a newly built mansion in Pakistan the size of Buckingham Palace has been jailed for four years


Thousands of NGOs get foreign money but don’t report it

Money Jihad 16 April 2014

India’s home ministry has found that the number of non-governmental organizations receiving funds from outside India is on the rise, and that most of the groups receiving the


U.S. Muslims cite progress but say they still fight bias

Detroit News 15 April 2014
By Louis Aguilar

Livonia — About 800 people came out Sunday to support the Michigan chapter of America's largest Muslim civil liberties organization, where both the progress and the challenges of the

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