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Politeness doctrine is killing soldiers

The Mercury 26 July 2011
By Diana West

Last week, the madness of the counterinsurgency doctrine (COIN), which drives the war in Afghanistan, reached new heights — or depths — as revealed by two news stories. In Great Britain, a former

 

Sharia Law and Polygamy in America

ACT! for America 26 July 2011

The column below (highlights added) by Andrew Bostom zeroes in on one aspect of the threat of sharia to the West: Islamic polygamy. An NPR article in 2008 cited sources estimating that as many as

 

What made Anders Breivik quote from the Daily Mail

First Post  26 July 2011
By Matthew Carr

The European far right has been at pains to distance itself from Anders Behring Breivik's psychotic act of holy war on Friday and present his actions as an isolated act of extremism by a lone

 

A Week of Extremism

In a week that has seen such a terrible act of terrorism in Norway, we almost decided against publishing the following short article. But that would be to do a disservice to all those who continue

 

British woman living in Dubai found guilty of insulting Islam after she branded colleague 'Bin Laden supporter' on Facebook

Daily Mail  26 July 2011

A British woman has been fined by a Dubai court for calling a colleague a 'Bin Laden supporter' on Facebook. The 31-year-old ex-pat landed in court on charges of insulting Islam after she accused

 

Inside the Mind of the Oslo Murderer

Wall Street Journal 25 July 2011
By BRUCE BAWER

When bombs exploded on Friday in a compound of government office buildings in the heart of Oslo, I assumed, as did pretty much everyone, that the perpetrators were Islamic terrorists. But over the

 

Wilders describes suspect as 'violent and sick'

Irish Times 25 July 2011
By PETER CLUSKEY

DUTCH REACTION: GEERT Wilders, one of Europe’s most high-profile right-wing political leaders, attempted last night to distance himself from Anders Behring Breivik, describing the man arrested for the twin attacks in Norway as "violent and sick”.

A 1,500-page document which appears to have been written by Breivik makes several complimentary references to Mr Wilders and his Freedom Party (PVV) whose aggressive anti-Muslim stance propelled it to third-largest political party in the Netherlands after the 2010 general election.

 

Official Statement: EDL on Anders Breivik

English Defence League Blog 25 July 2011

Unfortunately, due to some uneducated members of the media, blindly only reporting half a story, we have been forced to make another statement on the Norwegian terrorist Anders Brievik and further give attention to him, rather than the 94 innocent victims, their families and the people of Norway who deserve the attention as they recover from this tragedy.

 

Norway grieving after Anders Behring Breivik accused of murdering 93 people

NEWS.com.au 25 July 2011
By Alison Godfrey and Andrew Banks

AT least 93 people have been killed in two terror attacks in Norway - a bomb attack in Oslo and a mass shooting at a youth camp nearby. Refresh this page for live updates. Gunman dressed as

 

Muslims Complain Of Being Initially Blamed For Norway Atrocities

undhimmi.com 25 July 2011

By, um, Raja Abdulrahim of the LA Times. The highly developed, terror-linked US Islamist lobby industry never misses a trick: Initial rumors suggested Islamist terrorists might be behind the

 

Global Jihad Marches: Islam and Apostasy

Right Side News 25 July 2011
By Vin Ienco

Similarly to what we know of the Mafia, Islam has an inbuilt clause that instructs its followers, ‘if you leave, you die’. Most Islamic countries advocate death for apostates though some people are

 

United British Emirates

Hot Air 25 July 2011
By J. E. Dyer

Soeren Kern has a post at the Hudson Institute blog outlining the Islamic Emirates Project launched recently by a British group, Muslims Against Crusades, which hopes to turn 12 British cities into

 

West End cashes in because of French burka ban

Telegraph.co.uk 25 July 2011
By David Millward

Traders in London have noticed a surge in tourists from the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia in recent months. With the French Government making it clear that foreigners will not be exempted

 

Dhimmituding the U.S. military in Afghanistan

Washington Examiner 25 July 2011
By Diana West

In Britain this week, a former Royal Marine spoke out after the inquest into the 2010 IED death of Sgt. Peter Rayner to tell the Sun newspaper that soldiers were prevented from opening fire at

 

Aid reaches drought victims in Islamist area of Somalia

BBC News 25 July 2011
By Martin Plaut

The Red Cross says it has delivered food into one of Somalia's worst hit drought areas, controlled by the Islamist militant group al-Shabab. Working through a local committee, the Red Cross

 

European Muslims: ‘Refusal to integrate the root of most problems’

The Express Tribune 22 July 2011

ISLAMABAD: Muslim immigrants in Europe have faced many challenges post-9/11, and there is a need to enhance intra-community harmony to address the situation. This was stressed at a seminar titled ‘Muslim Immigrants in Europe’, held here on Thursday. The seminar was organised by the Institute of Policy Studies (IPS), in collaboration with the Pakistan-Norway Association (PANA).

 

Looking For Peace in India

Family Security Matters 22 July 2011
By Vin Ienco

This past week saw a coordinated attack on the Indian financial center of Mumbai. Three blasts rocked the city, killing 17 people and wounding over 130. The Home Minister P. Chidambaram advised a large media gathering that all known militant groups were suspects.

A total of almost 2 kilograms of ammonium nitrate and timer devices were used in all the attacks. Police have also advised that they have a significant amount of CCTV footage. With heavy rain setting in, the gathering of forensic evidence is proving difficult.

No group has claimed responsibility at this time, though there is a similar modus operandi to the bakery bombing in Pune, Germany, where 17 people were killed in February 2010.

 

Munich: Vigil for Israel

pi-news 22 July 2011

…and against the antisemitism of the Left Party

On July 20, 2011, the Munich district affiliate of the Left Party, under participation by their national president Klaus Ernst, will host a public meeting of members. This district affiliate gave the blessing for participation by its committee member Elfi Padovan in this year’s so-called "Gaza Aid Flotilla,” about which Klaus Ernst has refused to give is opinion to the press.

(Published on July 18, 2011, by FREEDOM from the Bavarian FREEDOM regional committee)

 

Britain's "Islamic Emirates Project"

Hudson New York 22 July 2011
By Soeren Kern

A Muslim group in the United Kingdom has launched a campaign to turn twelve British cities – including what it calls "Londonistan" – into independent Islamic states. The so-called Islamic Emirates would function as autonomous enclaves ruled by Islamic Sharia law and operate entirely outside British jurisprudence.

 

The Quislings of Norway

FrontPage Magazine  22 July 2011
By Joseph Klein

The infamous Norwegian Vidkun Quisling, who assisted Nazi Germany as it conquered his own country, must be applauding in his grave. In the latest example of Norwegian collaboration with the

 
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