Correcting The New Misinformation on Islamic Charities Funding Jihadist Terrorism

Shariah Finance Watch 25 October 2011

The Guardian in the UK has come out with an article ("Counterterrorism laws taking their toll on humanitarian action”) critical of US counterterrorism efforts that are designed to prevent the


Hezbollah and CAIR Attacks on U.S. Jihad Experts are Synchronized

Family Security Matters 25 October 2011

Al Manar – the official broadcasting arm of the terrorist group Hezbollah – is again attempting to discredit (and thus silence) respected American national security experts. And as a means of doing


Christians Under Threat as Radical Islam Spreads in 'New Middle East' 25 October 2011
By Henry J. Reske

Attacked by mobs and terrorists, repressed by the growing popularity of fundamentalist Islamic law and cut off from crucial business ties, Christians are fleeing the Middle East in an unprecedented


Sharia über Alles versus Western Justice

American Thinker 24 October 2011
By Andrew G. Bostom

How is it that intelligent people cannot see the lesson of history when sharia enters a non-Islamic society, step by step? Yale Assistant Professor of religious studies Eliyahu Stern's 9/2/11 NY Times op-ed ("Don't Fear Islamic Law in America") vilifies those who seek fair, rational legislative remedies to the encroachment of Islamic law (Sharia) in America as "stigmatizing Islamic life"1. Stern's vitriol is directed specifically at SB 1028, a bill which was recently passed by the Tennessee General Assembly, and includes this straightforward language regarding sharia2:


New Open Europe briefing: EU banks could need up to €370bn in event of painful, but necessary eurozone debt restructuring

Open Europe 24 October 2011

The window of opportunity for stabilising, or even saving, the eurozone is closing quickly. As EU leaders gear up for a series of key meetings this week, Open Europe has published a new briefing looking at the short-term options available to the eurozone for tackling the most immediate crisis.


No Victory But Defeat

Canada Free Press 24 October 2011
By Daniel Greenfield

The most common justification for the Shalit deal is to wear it as a perverse badge of moral nobility. "What other country would exchange a thousand terrorists for one man.” This is a close cousin of the argument that says the United States treating terrorists with kid gloves proves that it is nobler than them. Both of these insufferable arguments are symptoms of the moral decline of civilization.


The many faces of grand Jihad

RenewAmerica 24 October 2011
By Tabitha Korol

Fourteen centuries after Muhammad, Muslims still despise the West, and they are willing to die to kill those who think and believe differently.

Muslims believe that only Jihad can reestablish a true Muslim state to abolish injustice and bring people into their God's service — by eradicating other political systems by the sword — to preach, restore the Caliphate and destroy their enemies, infidels and Jews. Raised by devout, doting families, many are taught 7th century masculine virtues, trained to feel isolated from their host society, develop a group mentality, and though not predisposed to do harm individually, they can perform monstrous acts collectively.


Obama Administration Bans the Truth About Islam and Jihad

FrontPage Magazine 24 October 2011
By Robert Spencer

It has been a long time coming, but the Obama Administration has now officially banned the truth. Deputy U.S. Attorney General James Cole declared Wednesday at a conference in Washington that he had


Libya: Sharia will be basis of legislation, all laws contradicting Islamic teaching will be nullified

Jihad Watch 24 October 2011

I tried to tell you. "Libya's transitional leader declares liberation," from AP, October 23 (thanks to all who sent this in): BENGHAZI, Libya (AP) — Libya's transitional leader declared his


Turkey's About-Face Toward Islamist East

Townhall Conservative 24 October 2011
By Suzanne Fields

ISTANBUL -- A young American man with black hair and dark brown eyes checked into a small hotel in Cappadocia, where visitors to Turkey flock to see the famous lava formations carved into the


Video: No Go Zones in Germany

Creeping Sharia 24 October 2011

No go zones are areas where non-Muslims, including the police, can not go due to Muslim intolerance and violence against non-Muslims. Hat tip Sheik Yer Mami.


Saudi "Propaganda Center" Sets Up Shop in Vienna

Hudson New York 24 October 2011
By Soeren Kern

Saudi Arabia is spearheading the establishment of a controversial new "interreligious and intercultural dialogue center" in the Austrian capital Vienna. The King Abdullah Center for


Ground Zero Mosque developer owns rat-infested slum with 400 violations, owes NYC $61,633 in fines, fees and taxes

Jihad Watch 24 October 2011

The mainstream media has lionized this deadbeat thug, and will no doubt continue to do so. But he continues to show the true, ugly face of the Ground Zero Mosque project. "Mosque developer can't take


Imam's on-air death threat 'not hate speech'

The Local 24 October 2011

It was not hate speech when Swedish public service broadcaster Sveriges Radio (SR) featured a programme in which a Somali imam called for all converts from Islam to be killed, the Swedish Chancellor


Al Qaeda audio seeks money in English

Money Jihad 24 October 2011

Remember this post from last year about Osama bin Laden’s desire to establish a global Islamic (front) charity and relief organization? At the time, Money Jihad urged the U.S. Treasury Department


European aid workers kidnapped in Algeria 24 October 2011

Three European aid workers – two Spanish and an Italian – at a refugee camp in western Algeria have been kidnapped by suspected al-Qaeda-linked separatist militants. A colleague of one of the


The Justice Department and the Islamists

Family Security Matters 24 October 2011
By Andrew McCarthy

At the Daily Caller, Neil Munro has an important report this morning about the Obama Justice Department’s continued outreach to Islamist organizations. Ken Timmerman adds further context, relating


British troops offer glimpse of life on the Afghan frontline

Expatica 24 October 2011

On small pieces of paper, some covered in sand, British soldiers in Afghanistan have set out their hopes, fears and everyday musings for a new exhibition which paints a picture of modern

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