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Norwegian Terrorist Anders Breivik Trained in Belarus Militant Camps

Russia Blog 17 August 2011
By Yuri Mamchur

While U.S. news feature information that Breivik purchased ammo from a U.S. supplier, Eastern European feeds are full of details of Breivik's multiple trips to Belarus, changes in his behavior and

 

"He Loves You, He Beats You”

Human Rights Watch 17 August 2011

This report documents brutal and long-lasting violence against women and girls by husbands, partners, and family members and the survivors’ struggle to seek protection. Turkey has strong protection

 

Yes, Rick Perry is the 5th column candidate

WND.com 17 August 2011
By Pamela Geller

When I published my commentary "Perry's Problematic Pals" in the American Thinker Monday, the reaction was swift. I had pointed out that Texas Gov. Rick Perry "is a friend of the Aga Khan, the

 

Two Iranian women risk death for apostasy from Islam

AsiaNews.it 17 August 2011

Tehran – Two Iranian women jailed in Iran's notorious Evin prison for converting from Islam to Christianity may be executed for apostasy, Radio Farda reported. Amir Javadzadeh, a

 

Girl in Uganda Loses Use of Legs after Leaving Islam for Christ

Compass Direct News  17 August 2011

A 14-year-old girl in western Uganda is still unable to walk 10 months after her father tortured her for leaving Islam and putting her faith in Christ, according to area Christians. Susan Ithungu

 

Uganda: Father tortures daughter for converting from Islam to Christianity

Jihad Watch 17 August 2011

Muhammad said, "If anyone changes his religion, kill him." All Susan Ithungu's father did was torture her. He must be a moderate. Seriously, however, evidently Beya Baluku, Susan's father, belongs

 

Dancing women who brought disaster in Northern Areas

thenews.com.pk 17 August 2011
By Myra Imran

Islamabad Naming natural calamities after women is not common in Pakistan but attaching such disasters to moral degradation surrounding women is a dominant way of thinking. This is especially

 

European Concerns Over Muslim Immigration Go Mainstream

Hudson New York 16 August 2011
By Soeren Kern

A new opinion survey shows that more than half of all Europeans believe there are too many immigrants in their countries and that immigration is having a negative impact on their lives.

The findings – which come as Europeans are waking up to the consequences of decades of mass immigration from Muslim countries – point to a growing disconnect between European voters and their political masters regarding multicultural policies that encourage Muslim immigrants to remain segregated rather than become integrated into their host nations.

 

Sharia Enclaves in the West

FrontPage Magazine  16 August 2011
By Ryan Mauro

Islamist organizations are hard at work creating Muslim enclaves in the West, including right here in the United States. These efforts are designed to create Islamic autonomous areas, often with the expressed desire of incrementally bringing the host country completely under Sharia-based governance. This campaign has not stopped or even slowed down since FrontPage Magazine and the Middle East Forum shined the light on it one year ago.

 

A Blast from the Past: The Upcoming Durban III Conference (September 2011)

Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs 16 August 2011
By Alan Baker

The 2001 Durban World Conference against Racism was abused by Muslim, Arab and other states and anti-Israel non-governmental organizations to single out Israel in what became an anti-Semitic and anti-Israel hate-fest, permanently tainting the name of the Durban conference. As such, the conference failed to deal with the genuine problems of racism.

 

British Police charge teenager with murdering man who confronted London rioters

Winnipeg Free Press 16 August 2011
By Jill Lawless

LONDON - British police have charged a 16-year-old boy with murdering a retiree who was attacked by rioters in London last week, as the government said officers needed clearer instructions on how to

 
 

Video:Three Mosques for Toulouse

GalliaWatch 16 August 2011

The flourishing industry of building mosques in France is a frequent topic at GalliaWatch. Long ago I lost count of the number of new projects that erupt in an endless stream, leaving few areas of

 

Another Apologist Attempts to Rewrite History for Cat Stevens

Shariah Finance Watch 16 August 2011

Most of SFW’s readers probably know who Cat Stevens is. He was a folk singer who converted to Islam in the late 1970s and changed his name to Yusuf Islam. At the time of his conversion, he swore

 

GOP Candidates Must Declare Opposition to Sharia

Human Events 16 August 2011
By Robert Spencer

Texas Gov. Rick Perry has set many a heart a-flutter by joining the hunt for the Republican presidential nomination, but not so fast: Hard-Left advocacy journalist Justin Elliott of Salon hailed

 

Integration worries the young, survey shows

WRS 16 August 2011

Young people in Switzerland continue to be most worried about the integration of foreigners, according to a Credit Suisse survey into the lives and problems of 16 to 25-year-old residents. Almost

 

Was Al-Awlaki involved in 9/11? House investigate U.S. born Al-Qaeda cleric's links to suicide hijackers

Daily Mail  16 August 2011

U.S. investigators are looking into the possibility radical Muslim cleric Anwar al-Awlaki was overlooked as a key player in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. In a letter obtained by Fox News,

 

Pipes: White House mischief

Washington Times  16 August 2011
By Daniel Pipes

The White House engaged in two furtive gambits last week that painfully exposed the Obama administration’s amateurish, deceitful Middle East-Islamic policies. The first case concerned the thorny

 

The AFDI Threats to Freedom Index

Big Government 16 August 2011
By Pamela Geller

Freedom is more embattled in America today than ever. My group, the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI), has begun tracking the activities of numerous active groups that are threats to freedom

 
 
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