The Pope vs. Muslims

Newsweek  28 September 2011
By Andrew Roberts

Buried away on page 48 of the former press proprietor Conrad Black’s superb, soon-to-be-published autobiography, A Matter of Principle, is the answer to a burning question that very many people have


Helping Islamists Take Syria

FrontPage Magazine  28 September 2011
By Ryan Mauro

The U.S. is calling on Syrian dictator Bashar Assad to step down and is increasingly persuaded that the uprising against his rule will be victorious. As the world wonders who will replace the regime,


Iran Pastor Faces Execution for Refusing to Renounce Jesus Christ

Christian Post 28 September 2011
By Katherine Weber

Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani awaits execution in Iran as he refuses to renounce his Christian faith for the second day in a row. He will be asked to recant in two more court hearings on the 27 and the


Stockholm Syndrome From Tehran

Town Hall  27 September 2011
By Debra J. Saunders

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad engineered the release last week of two American hikers serving eight-year prison terms on trumped-up espionage charges. He may have thought the release would make him seem more humane, but the $1 million bail-for-freedom deal makes Tehran look like Somali pirates, grabbing innocent tourists, holding them hostage and then releasing them for ransom.


Durban 3 Ring Circus Exploses UN´s Hypocrisy, Racism and Lies 27 September 2011

Approximately 500 people, according to the New York police, were present at the Dag Hammerskjold Plaza across from the United Nations on Thursday, September 22, at the "alternative" Durban 3 Ring Circus with keynote speakers Professor Alan Dershowitz, filmmaker Ami Horowitz, human rights advocate Charles Jacobs, former Sudanese slave Simon Deng, and Roz Rothstein, CEO of StandWithUs, and others.


Netanyahu’s Speech and the Deafening Silence

Canada Free Press 27 September 2011
By Victor Sharpe

If Israel shrank to just one downtown city block in Tel Aviv, it would still be reason for an all-out war of extermination by the Arab and Muslim world.

Those of you who saw Bibi’s speech at the UN - that Temple of Hypocrisy and Moral Turpitude - will have noticed the polite but tepid applause from a few along with the deafening silence from oh, so many of the international delegates.


A Palestinian State Will Not Bring Peace

Human Events 27 September 2011
By Robert Spencer

Millions around the world believe that when Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas submitted an application to the United Nations Friday for admission of Palestine as an independent state, he was setting the stage for a new era of peace in the Middle East. Unfortunately, nothing is more certain than that those hopes—like all the hopes raised by the accords and treaties and agreements and road maps that have come before—will met with disappointment.


British Muslims reviving polygamy

The Australian 27 September 2011
By Rosemary Bennett

A GROWING number of young British Muslims are taking second or third wives in an unexpected revival of polygamy, according to religious leaders. The new wave of polygamy is revealed in a special


Muslims in America: Honor killings of wives and daughters 27 September 2011
By Frosty Wooldridge

If you will take a gander at the September 26, 2011 issue of Newsweek, page 48, titled "Marry or else!” by Michelle Goldberg, you will see that the Balkanization of America steams full speed ahead of


Immigrants Want Cross Removed from Swiss Flag

Hudson New York 27 September 2011
By Soeren Kern

An immigrant group based in Bern has called for the emblematic white cross to be removed from the Swiss national flag because as a Christian symbol it "no longer corresponds to today's multicultural


Silence won't solve the problems with a multicultural society

The  27 September 2011
By Bahareh Andersson

The problems of a multicultural Swedish society won’t solve themselves if our politicians, in fear of being called a "racist", don't break their silence on the issues, argues equal rights activist


Video: Muslims do not react well to the ban on street prayers in France...

vladtepesblog 27 September 2011

And demand that Muslims take up arms against the French state while chanting ‘death to Jews’. Translators note: We found most of what this person was screaming, incomprehensible. We translated only what we could actually understand. By now however, I feel readers can translate the Arabic bits for themselves.


Grover Norquist’s New Muslim Protégé

FrontPage Magazine  27 September 2011
By Kenneth R. Timmerman

"To illustrate the danger of the first approach of evil habit, the Arabs have a proverb, ‘Beware of the camel’s nose,’” wrote 19th century British author, Lydia Sigourney. Why? Because once the


NGO report: 93,000 Copts left Egypt since March

Al-Masry Al-Youm 27 September 2011
By Emad Khalil

Nearly 93,000 Coptic Christians have left Egypt since 19 March, a report by an Egypt-based Coptic NGO has said. The number may increase to 250,000 by the end of 2011, according to Naguib Gabriel,


Muslims claim sons discriminated against at two top Catholic schools

Irish Times 27 September 2011

FOUR MUSLIM families have alleged their sons are being discriminated against at two leading Catholic boys secondary schools in south Co Dublin. In two instances, the Department of Education has


Palestinian State Will Not Accept Palestinian Refugees

FrontPage Magazine  27 September 2011
By David Meir-Levi

In his op-ed to The New York Times on May 16, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas told the world in no uncertain terms that Palestinian statehood and UN recognition would not end the


Video: UK Police Ban Bible From Christian Café

Persecution News 27 September 2011

Police in Lancashire have told the owner of a Christian café to stop displaying Bible texts on a video screen, because it breaches public order laws Officers attended the Salt & Light Coffee House on Layton Road, Blackpool, on Monday 19 September, following a complaint about "insulting” and "homophobic” material.


Emboldened Turkey embraces Mideast but domestic worries loom

Deutsche Welle 27 September 2011
By Eve Bower

The Middle East is more important to Turkey's economic and security interests than Europe is, says a new study. But analysts say Turkey's approach to domestic challenges could undermine the recent


The True Story of Moderate Islam

American Thinker 26 September 2011
By Robert Small

Ten years after 9/11, our government and most of the media understand as little about Islam as they did before the attack that shook the world. It's clear from the partners they've chosen that "moderate" has been defined as any Muslim group or individual perceived as being remotely helpful in keeping us safe from terrorism.

So eager to start a fresh chapter in U.S.-Muslim relations, they firmly clasped the first Muslim hands extended and forged partnerships out of convenience and fear. What they should have done is seek out partners who believe in our conviction that a nation can be united under God without being governed by a national church or mosque.


Indonesian Islam and Nahdlatul Ulama without Camouflage

American Thinker 26 September 2011
By Andrew Bostom

Robert Small's AT essay on the Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) and Indonesian Islam reads more like a "Just So Story" than a "True Story."

As per article 2 of the founding NU Statutes of 1926, the goal of this association was:

To uphold one of the schools of (Islamic) law of the four Imams Imam Muhammad bin Idris As-Shafi, Imam Malik bin Anas, Imam Abu Hanifa or Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal -- and to do everything beneficial to Islam.

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