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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

 
 

The Truth About the ‘Radicalization’ of Western Muslims

the Algemeiner 22 April 2014
By Raymond Ibrahim

A new Danish statistical study finds that "Muslims [are] 218 percent more criminal in second generation than first.”  While some of these crimes are clearly related to Islam – such asattacks on Muslim apostates to Christianity – others, such as rampant theft of non-Muslims, would appear banal, until one realizes that even robbery and plunder is justified by Islamic doctrine - as one UK Muslim cleric once clearly said.

 

UK: Multiculturalism vs. Islamism

Gatestone Institute 22 April 2014
By Samuel Westrop

In the West, the Arabization of Muslim communities has occurred with government assistance, which, through imposed policies of multiculturalism in the name of diversity,

 

Greece's Muslim Immigrants Are Ashamed of Their Prison Tattoos

VICE News 22 April 2014
By Alexia Tsagari

The appointment had been arranged several days ago, but Mohsen still harbored doubts. He borrowed a calling card to phone his mother, intending to tell her the truth about

 

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

 

Islam’s Religious War with Everyone

FrontPage Magazine 22 April 2014
By Daniel Greenfield

Few divides are as impossible to bridge as those of religion. You either believe or you don’t. When it comes to Islam, non-Muslims are expected to take its goodwill on

 

Queen Mary Univ: Radicals More Likely to be Well-Off, Educated

Clarion Project 22 April 2014
By Ryan Mauro

A new study by Queen Mary University of London concludes that there is not a strong link between terrorism and poverty, lack of education or mental instability. In fact,

 

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

 

Islamic enclaves in America

Heritage Florida Jewish News 22 April 2014
By Ed Ziegler

Many Islamic leaders have repeatedly stated loud and clear that Islam will dominate the world. To achieve this goal, where Muslims migrate, frequently their leaders foster

 

Pakistan: How the Blasphemy Law Really Works

Gatestone Institute 22 April 2014
By Mohshin Habib

Sawan Masih has been sentenced to death, but what about those found guilty of inciting and committing violence and arson? It [is] a travesty of justice that more

 

Wall Street Journal: The Middle East War on Christians

Answering Muslims 22 April 2014
By David Wood

Christians in the Middle East are experiencing precisely the sort of oppression promoted by Muhammad and the Qur'an. When these Christians speak out, they are abused or killed.

 

Islamisation In Malaysia: Shariah, Custody And Justice – Analysis

Eurasia Review 22 April 2014
By Choong Pui Yee

Contradictory rulings by the Civil and Shariah Courts on the case of a child’s custody had brought the issue of Islamisation to the fore again. The parallel legal systems and

 

A return to Londonistan?

BBC News 20 April 2014
By Frank Gardner

The widely acknowledged failure of the Arab Spring uprisings to deliver democracy to the Middle East is reverberating here in Britain.

 

How Modernity ‘Radicalizes’ Western Muslims

FrontPage Magazine 20 April 2014
By Raymond Ibrahim

A new Danish statistical study finds that "Muslims [are] 218 percent more criminal in second generation than first.” While some of these crimes are clearly related to

 

Turkey No Longer Respects Europe

Gatestone Institute 20 April 2014
By Peter Martino

Last week, German politician David McAllister, the leading candidate of Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union (CDU) for next month's European Parliament election, had a message for Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. There is no room in the European Union, McAllister said, for "the Erdogan Turkey of 2014." The politician, whose father was Scottish, is the former Prime Minister of Lower Saxony, Germany's second largest state, and a heavyweight in Merkel's party.

 

One Year Anniversary of Boston Bombing: A Lesson in FBI Failure

FrontPage Magazine 20 April 2014
By Robert Spencer

With the first anniversary of the Boston Marathon jihad bombings now here (April 15), the New York Times made yet another attempt to exonerate the Obama Administration of responsibility for one of its manifest failures, claiming that an inspector general’s report on the bombings was an "exoneration of the F.B.I.,”

 

Blaming Israel for the collapse of talks

Israel Hayom 20 April 2014
By Isi Leibler

All signs indicate that the moribund peace process has now formally collapsed. Few Israelis will be surprised. The Obama administration was repeatedly cautioned that

 

Dhimmis in the UK: Britain’s Useful Idiots Furthering Islam

Cherson and Molschky 20 April 2014
By Paul Wilkinson

In August 2013, Tim Stanley in his Daily Telegraph column informed anyone who was interested that, in his opinion, "Islam is way more English than the English Defence League.”

 

A most weird new polarization in Turkey

Hurriyet Daily News 20 April 2014
By MURAT YETKIN

Turkey has been through a number of waves of polarization during the Justice and Development Party’s (AK Parti) rule since 2002. For example, there was the polarization

 
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