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Forced marriages: Bristol area sees 'significant rise'

BBC News 25 August 2011

The number of people involved in forced marriages in the Bristol area has risen "significantly", police have said. Avon and Somerset Police said there had been a noticeable rise in forced

 

Asylum Bill 2m a day

Express.co.uk 25 August 2011
By Macer Hall

THREE-quarters of asylum seekers remain in Britain and more than 10billion of taxpayers’ money has been spent on the system over the last decade, a devastating report revealed last

 

Researcher: Finns now more critical of Islam

YLE News  25 August 2011

Finns hold largely negative views on Islam, according to a study on attitudes to various religions. Christianity enjoys the best standing among Finns, but the majority would be ready to welcome

 

The law is 'avin a laugh – but the joke is on Britain

Telegraph.co.uk 25 August 2011
By Allison Pearson

'They drive me mad, too.” That’s what the Prime Minister told me in a more innocent time, before the riots. Back in April, I was sitting in Number 10, reading him a list of the human rights abuses

 

Housing shortage sinks immigrant jobs efforts

The Local.se  25 August 2011

Of the 4,000 people who’ve arrived in Sweden since December 2010, the Swedish Employment Service (Arbetsförmedlingen) has only been able to find work for ten. No more than 50 new arrivals are

 

NYCLU: Anti-mosque sentiment on the rise statewide

Albany Times Union 25 August 2011
By Casey Seiler

The New York Civil Liberties Union on Wednesday released a white paper examining the rise of anti-mosque activities throughout the state. As you might guess, the paper devotes significant

 

Toronto imam facing sex charges used three names, police say

Globe and Mail 25 August 2011
By Julien Russell Brunet

A Toronto imam charged with sexual assault travelled under three aliases, the Toronto Police Service announced on Wednesday. Police allege that Mohammad Masroor, 48, used the name Junaid Salman in

 

Libya rebels: we let Gaddafi son Saif al-Islam escape

Telegraph.co.uk 25 August 2011
By Martin Evans

On Sunday as they poured almost unopposed into the heart of capital, the National Transitional Council (NTC) announced it had scored a huge propaganda coup by capturing three of the dictator’s six

 

Growth of Islamistan in Europe means No-Go Zones for Non-Muslims

The Cutting Edge 24 August 2011
By Soeren Kern

Islamic extremists are stepping up the creation of "no-go" areas in European cities that are off-limits to non-Muslims.

Many of the "no-go" zones function as microstates governed by Islamic Sharia law. Host-country authorities effectively have lost control in these areas and in many instances are unable to provide even basic public aid such as police, fire fighting and ambulance services.

 

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

Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs 24 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.

 

Ten ways to introduce an EU tax (and why none of them will work)

Open Europe 24 August 2011

Key points:

* With eurozone leaders looking at new ways to enhance ‘economic governance’ of the eurozone and with negotiations on the EU budget expected to gather pace in 2012, the EU’s role in taxation is set to be an important future political and economic battleground. Below, we examine ten of the options for EU taxes up for discussion, with some well developed and others at an early stage.

 

The Jihad Against the Armenian, Assyrian, and Greek Christians

American Thinker 24 August 2011
By Janet Levy

In Germany, where Holocaust denial is punishable by up to five years in prison, Stuttgart University recently capitulated to pressure from resident Turkish Muslims and canceled an event entitled, "Persecution, Expulsion and Annihilation of Christians in the Ottoman Empire 1912-1922." Ironically, this occurred in a country that was forced to confront its own genocidal past, educate its population and pay restitution to victims.

 

Why this is the moment Libya's Islamic extremists have prayed for

Daily Mail  24 August 2011
By John R Bradley

As Tripoli fell to anti-Gaddafi rebel forces, the euphoria that erupted in some parts of the city was matched only by that which broke out among Middle East pundits in the West. The fall of the

 

Thinktanks must drop this cold war approach to Islamism

The Guardian 24 August 2011
By David Miller

Conservative thinktanks are in a bit of a bind when it comes to responding to the rise of Islamophobia. On the one hand they want to condemn the BNP and the English Defence League for their racism

 

Qaradawi and International Union of Muslim Scholars issue fatwa calling Assad regime "heretical" and telling Muslims to sever ti

Jihad Watch 24 August 2011

Presumably, then, Qaradawi and these other scholars think that the regime that follows Assad is likely to be less "heretical" and more Islamic. "Fatwa in the Gulf, Signed by Yousuf Al-Qaradhawi:

 

Video: Bob wants to become a Palestinian refugee

youtube 24 August 2011
By Eddanij

The school teacher is explaining why there are not Palestinian Refugees, and how they are used by their leaders to make a lot of money.

 

Libya: Too Soon to Celebrate

Family Security Matters 24 August 2011
By Adrian Morgan

Yesterday, news reports were trumpeting the imminent fall of Muamar Gaddafi, (also spelled Gadafy, Qadaffi). Rebel troops were surrounding Libya’s capital. Soon, it was reported that two of the

 

With American Friends Like This, Who Needs Enemies?

FrontPage Magazine  24 August 2011
By Daniel Greenfield

When the former officers of the Holy Land Foundation who had served as Hamas’ fundraising arm went before the US Court of Appeals– there weren’t many organizations willing to file an Amicus brief.

 
 

Video: Stakelbeck on Terror

Christian Broadcasting Network 24 August 2011
By Erick Stakelbeck

I'm currently in Israel, gearing up to co-host the pre and post shows for Glenn Beck's Restoring Courage rally in Jerusalem on Wednesday, August 24th (watch it on GBTV.com). In the meantime, check out the latest episode of the Stakelbeck on Terror show, featuring my in-depth interview with a former radical Wahhabi Muslim from Saudi Arabia who is now a Christian, boldly challenging the Koran. Click on the viewer below to watch.

 
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