Islamic extremism at home in British universities

The Way 10 June 2011
By David Pilkington

A Whitehall report seen by the Daily Mail before its publication paints an alarming picture of the propagation of Islamic extremism on UK university campuses, reports Christian Concern for our


Birmingham a 'priority area' in extremism fight

Birmingham Mail 10 June 2011
By Jonathan Walker

BIRMINGHAM is to be a "priority area” in the fight against extremism, the Home Secretary has announced. The city is one of ten areas of the country where the Government will target


Al Qaeda's New Video: A Message of Defeat

Right Side News 10 June 2011
By Scott Stewart

A new video from al Qaeda’s media arm, As-Sahab, became available on the Internet on June 2. The video was 100 minutes long, distributed in two parts and titled "Responsible


Decoded Bin Laden Files Point U.S. to New Al Qaeda Targets

Fox News 10 June 2011

WASHINGTON -- The U.S. is tracking possible new terror targets and stepping up surveillance of operatives previously considered minor Al Qaeda figures after digging through the mountain of


Freiheit for Baden-Württemberg!

Gates of Vienna 9 June 2011

Our German translator JLH is keeping track of the growing popularity of Die Freiheit, the recently formed anti-jihad political party in Germany. He sends his latest translation on the topic, along with this explanatory note:


The Rise of the Post-American Empires

Canada Free Press 9 June 2011
By Daniel Greenfield

When the Utopians of the left talk about a Post-American world, they mean a great borderless globe ruled over by international law, where there are no more citizens or nations, just people who happen to enjoy working and living in New York, Shanghai or Islamabad. This digital jet setting globocratic version of John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’ is their envisioned outcome of globalization. No more governments. Only one single world girdling government.


Jury Deliberates Chicago Businessman's Ties to Mumbai, Denmark Plots

Right Side News 9 June 2011

Jury deliberations began Wednesday morning in the case of a Chicago businessman charged with aiding the November 2008 Mumbai terrorist strike. The attacks were carried out by


Dozens of 'incubators' for jihad found in U.S. 9 June 2011
By Bob Unruh

Dozens of mosques around the United States have been identified in a new study as incubators for jihad against America, with more than 80 percent of those surveyed advocating violence. "Of the 100


Islamist hatemongers funded by the taxpayer with money earmarked for schools

Daily Mail 9 June 2011

Hundreds of thousands of pounds of taxpayers’ money earmarked to counter terrorism was instead handed to extremist groups, it emerged last night. Radical Islamists were


Video: Al Qaeda Capitalizing on Yemen Unrest

Christian Broadcasting Network  9 June 2011
By Erick Stakelbeck

The biggest terrorist threat to the United States may not come from Iran or Afghanistan -- but from al Qaeda in Yemen. The terrorist group violently seized the town of southern city of Zinjibar in late May, declaring it the capital of its Islamic emirate.


Video: Egyptian Shaykh Incites Muslims to Burn Down Churches

Translating Jihad 9 June 2011

This video shows Shaykh Ashraf Yusuf Hassan in the middle of a mob of Muslims, calling on them to burn down churches in the Cairo district of Imbaba. The original Arabic-language video was posted on YouTube on 9 May, just two days after the church was burned down.


Italy Hit by Global Insurrection

Family Security Matters 9 June 2011
By Dr. Michael Ledeen

Italy is the latest country to be hit with the fury of the global insurrection, whose recent targets include Muslim countries from Arab North Africa and Iran, largely agnostic European nations


Increase in Left-Wing Extremism Sparks Concern

Spiegel Online 9 June 2011

Left-wing extremism is on the rise in Germany, according to a classified intelligence report seen by SPIEGEL. The number of violent militants has risen by a fifth since 2005 and


Shari‘a and Violence in American Mosques

Middle East Forum 8 June 2011
By Mordechai Kedar and David Yerushalmi

How great is the danger of extremist violence in the name of Islam in the United States? Recent congressional hearings into this question by Rep. Peter King (Republican of New York), chairman of the Committee on Homeland Security, have generated a firestorm of controversy among his colleagues, the press, and the general public.


I warned about this years ago. Now ministers admit I was right

Daily Mail 8 June 2011
By Melanie Phillips

Now they tell us. Ministers have finally admitted what I revealed in my book, Londonistan, back in 2006 and have written many times since then – that, incredible as it may seem, hundreds of thousands of pounds of public money that was supposed to be spent on countering Islamic extremism has gone to groups or individuals actually promoting Islamic extremism.


A HOUSE BUILT ON SAND? The ECB and the hidden cost of saving the euro

Open Europe 8 June 2011
By Raoul Ruparel, Mats Persson

Executive summary:

The role of the ECB in the ongoing eurozone and banking crisis has been significantly understated. In parallel with the IMF’s and EU’s multi-billion euro interventions, the ECB has engaged in its own bail-out operation, providing cheap credit to insolvent banks and propping up struggling eurozone governments, despite this being against its own rules. The ECB is ultimately underwritten by taxpayers, which means that there is a hidden – and potentially huge – cost of the eurozone crisis to taxpayers buried in the ECB’s books.


Women's Rights and Forced Conversions

Family Security Matters 8 June 2011
By Vin Ienco

Vin’s Notes Part 13 (in pdf format) can be downloaded by clicking here and Part 12 can be downloaded by clicking here.

I have been producing a weekly synopsis and articles on the global encroachment of Islam for about two years. In that time, a week hasn’t passed without certain ‘staples’ of Islam perpetrated on Muslims and non-Muslims alike. One of the traits that are unquestionably unique to Islam is ‘forced conversion’.


Operation Embarrass: British bombed Jewish refugee ships

Elder of Ziyon 8 June 2011

Jewish survivors of the Holocaust, the pitiful remnants of History’s greatest crime, tried to make their way across an often hostile Europe at the end of the Second World War, toward at least a semblance of safety in the Holy Land, they had no shortage of problems with which to contend, including disease and malnutrition, Polish anti-Semitism, Soviet indifference, Allied bureaucracy, and Arab nationalism. Now we discover that they faced yet another peril in the shape of bombs planted on their transport ships by Britain’s Secret Intelligence Service, better known as MI6.


Mordechai Kedar and David Yerushalmi: New study shows that only 19% of mosques in U.S. don't teach jihad violence and/or Islamic

Jihad Watch 8 June 2011

In 1998, Sheikh Muhammad Hisham Kabbani, a Sufi leader, visited 114 mosques in the United States. Then he gave testimony before a State Department Open Forum in January 1999,


Mood in Northern Afghanistan Shifts against German Troops

Spiegel Online 8 June 2011
By Matthias Gebauer, Susanne Koelbl and Christoph Reuter

The situation is in northern Afghanistan is deteriorating. Bomb attacks against German soldiers are increasing in frequency and force, and local ambivalence has turned into hate. The risk for

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