The Tent-Dwellers of Sana'a

Spiegel Online 1 July 2011
By Alexander Smoltczyk

While President Salih licks his wounds abroad, Yemen's protest movement is establishing its presence in the capital city, hoping to bridge the country's divide. The revolutionaries -- for now -- live


Radical Islam Passing through Greece

World Press Review 30 June 2011
By Ioannis Michaletos

Greece is an E.U., NATO and Eurozone country that has traditionally strong links with the Islamic world due to the geographical proximity with the Middle East and North Africa and the Ottoman rule that lasted four centuries, along with numerous historical encounters with Islam since the Middle Ages. Currently the country faces a debt crisis that, apart from its obvious disastrous financial consequences both in a domestic and in a global scale, also raises security concerns related to terrorist networks of Islamist origin. Recent upheavals in Maghreb and the Middle East pertain to Greek and European security as well.


Geert Wilders: Free at Last?

Family Security Matters 30 June 2011
By Edward Cline

In The Netherlands, a European country least likely to generate good news, Geert Wilders, the outspoken Dutch politician who was on trial for "hate speech,” was acquitted of having committed the alleged crime. We are patiently waiting for such news to emanate from other least likely European countries that are also beset by masses of non-integrating Muslims and the incremental Islamazation: Sweden, Denmark, and Norway, whose crime rates have skyrocketed because immigrant Muslims do not feel obliged to adapt to the countries they invaded or recognize any morality but their own, which is primitive, bestial, and immune from reason.


Freedom Collapses in Europe – So We’re Taking It to the Seas

Big Government 30 June 2011
By Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer

In a capitulation to Islamic supremacists and violent radical Leftists, French and European Union authorities have canceled a free speech rally that we had planned with a coalition of American and European human rights organizations in Strasbourg, the seat of the European Parliament.


Islam Does Not Belong in Europe

Gates of Vienna 30 June 2011
By Josef Lödin

The following op-ed was published last month in Die Welt (subscription required), and has been translated for Gates of Vienna by JLH. I’m amazed that this article appeared in the German MSM. Yes, I realize that the author’s arguments have their deficiencies — I can see them as clearly as you. However, as with a dog walking on his hind legs, the amazing thing is not how well it is done, but that it is done at all.


How Islamic Absurdities Prove Islamic Violence

Front Page Magazine 30 June 2011
By Raymond Ibrahim

The other day I saw a video of a sheikh warning Muslims against disregarding Muhammad’s sunna, or the rules and customs the prophet prescribed for Muslims. To support his point, he read a hadith wherein Muhammad told Muslims: "When you wake up from sleep to pray, wash your hand before you put it in the ablution water, for you do not know where your hand has spent the night.”

Then the sheikh told about a man who, upon hearing Muhammad’s words, deridingly said, "What, am I not going to know where my own hand has been?!”


Nonie Darwish & Carl Boyd - Sharia for Dummies

Kitman TV 30 June 2011

The expert Nonie Darwish on a lot of issues from the sharia law as seen in the Middle East as well as in the West. A very thorough and insightful talk here. And quite a warning to countries


Flotilla II: The Merchant Ships of Hamas Propaganda

Front Page Magazine 30 June 2011

The pro-Hamas flotilla of international ships planning to defy Israel’s lawful naval blockade of Gaza is getting underway, despite some delays caused by insurance and mechanical problems. Israeli


The flotilla and the Third Intifada 30 June 2011
By Melanie Phillip

Is a bunch of young Israeli lawyers working round the clock sustained only by Diet Coke, falafel and cigarettes about to pull off the legal equivalent of the Six-Day War? Israel famously won that


Street Grooming Study - 2,000 victims of systematic abuse since 2008

Kitman TV 30 June 2011

The six-month assessment of the scale of "street grooming" was launched after a high profile case saw a number of Asian men convicted of sexually abusing girls in Derby. Ceop said it had evidence


UK: More than 2,000 children "victims of sex grooming" -- often by Muslim gangs

Jihad Watch 30 June 2011

"Asian" is British dhimmi media code for "Muslim." However, the racial breakdown of this study -- "white" and "Asian" -- obscures the possibility that white Muslims could have been involved in some


Forbidden Territories

Front Page Magazine 30 June 2011
By Jamie Glazov

Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Pierre Rehov, a French journalist, novelist and filmmaker. Visit his new site at FP: Pierre Rehov, welcome back to Frontpage


UK: Mixed Messages on Radical Islam

Weekly Blitz 30 June 2011
By A. Millar

In 1993, the murder of Stephen Lawrence, a young Black man of 19, led to wide sweeping reforms within Britain's police authorities. Mr. Lawrence had been waiting for a bus, minding his own business,


Longest held Western hostages in Afghanistan

Expatica 30 June 2011

Multiple reasons conspired to make French journalists Herve Ghesquiere and Stephane Taponier the longest held Western hostages in Afghanistan until their release on Wednesday after 18


Germany extends anti-terror laws, ending long debate

Reuters 30 June 2011
By Sabine Siebold

BERLIN, - Germany extended its anti-terror laws for four years on Wednesday, ending a months-long row within the coalition government over what limits the state should set on


How Billionaire George Gund III Funds Jew-Hate

Front Page Magazine 30 June 2011

The phenomenon of leftist billionaires funding anti-capitalist activism seems on the surface to be a contradiction. How could those who should understand the way individual freedom and initiative


Waking up from dream Iraq

theworldlink 30 June 2011
By Diana West

We have watched as Barack Obama deliberated over how many troops to withdraw from Afghanistan. The White House mission, as I see it, was to present the illusion of winding down an unpopular war


Google Ideas's new 'think-do' tank takes on violent extremism

Christian Science Monitor 30 June 2011
By Jason Walsh

A ripple of laughter spreads across the floor. The joke? A personal anecdote from Frank Meeink, a former fascist skinhead and founder of the antiviolence group Harmony Through Hockey, who says his


Saudi Women Risk All for Small Rights

Front Page Magazine 30 June 2011

After centuries of methodical Islamic gender apartheid that holds Saudi women in virtual enforced slavery as possessions of men, slight signs of rebellion are being seen, as many women are defying


CAIR loses non-profit tax status

act for america 30 June 2011

Ben Smith’s column in Politico (below) reported late last week that CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) has been stripped of its non-profit tax status by the IRS. What’s more, note CAIR’s

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