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Obama silent on crisis threatening 200,000

WND.com 3 September 2014
By Bob Unruh

A looming humanitarian crisis threatening the lives of 200,000 or more is being ignored by the United States, according to activists trying to save the thousands of Christians

 

The bus driver who has raped 12 little boys (and doesn't think he's done anything wrong): ...

Daily Mail 3 September 2014
By Ruth Styles

Ijaz, a bus conductor in his early twenties, spends his days travelling through the bustling streets of Peshawar in northern Pakistan, working hard to scrape a living. The

 

Video: Bulldozing the Border Between Iraq and Syria: The Islamic State (Part 5)

youtube 3 September 2014
By VICE News

On August 8, nearly three years after the United States pulled out of Iraq, President Barack Obama ordered airstrikes to commence on Islamic State positions in northern Iraq, as the group’s fighters advanced towards the Kurdish capital of Erbil.

 

Is Jihad Un-Islamic?

FrontPage Magazine 2 September 2014
By Fjordman

So-called "Islamophobes” such as Bat Ye’or and others have been warning for years against the possible rise of a new Islamic Caliphate. They have been largely ignored and partly ridiculed for doing so.

 

A Caliphate in 90 Seconds

Liberty GB 2 September 2014
By Michael Copeland

The BBC has produced a short video, "What is a caliphate? In 90 seconds". Not being Islamic scholars themselves, they presumably sought Muslim advice to make it. It certainly

 

Qatar Fingered as Top Mideast Terror Financier

Israel Today 2 September 2014
By Ryan Jones

Qatar figured as a major player in this summer’s Gaza war, and just might be involved in other regional conflicts involving brutal jihadist terror groups, and not in a good

 

Israel and the Obama-Qatari Axis

FrontPage Magazine 2 September 2014
By Joseph Puder

When considering the geo-political map of the current Middle East, not everything is negative or alarming, at least from an Israeli point of view. Although the Middle East is

 

Multiculturalism and Islam

American Thinker 2 September 2014
By Robert Klein Engler

Recently, the Hindustan Times ran an article noting that the Nalanda University has reopened after being destroyed 800 years ago. "… the new university took off with only two schools -- the school of ecology & environmental studies and the school of historical studies, seven faculty members and 15 students.”

 

Video: Poll: 95 Percent of BBC Viewers Think Multiculturalism Has Failed

Breitbart 2 September 2014
By Donna Rachel Edmunds

A whopping 95 percent of respondents to a BBC straw poll have said that they think multiculturalism in Britain is a failure. The poll was taken yesterday morning during the

 

Video: The Notion of ‘Sin’ in Islam and Christianity — on The Glazov Gang

FrontPage Magazine 2 September 2014

This week’s Glazov Gang was guest-hosted by Nonie Darwish and joined by Dr. Jim Tolle, the Senior Pastor at El Camino Metro Church in Los Angeles. Pastor Tolle joined the

 

Jihad Comes To Europe

Right Side News 2 September 2014
By Guy Milliere

Belgian security services have estimated that the number of European jihadists in Syria may be over 4000.

 

‘Pan-Islamist Davutoglu’ thesis ruffling feathers in Turkey

Hurriyet Daily News 2 September 2014
By William ARMSTRONG

Is Turkey’s new Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu a pan-Islamist ideologue, with imperialist ambitions to reshape the Middle East into a post-national order based on Turkish and

 

Islamic State and the appeal of 72 Virgins-in-waiting: Video games, boredom and the lack of future prospects

RT 2 September 2014
By Dr. Can Erimtan

Muslim extremism has been NATO's enemy-of-choice since the mid-1990's, and now this amorphous opponent has once again assumed the shape of a recognizable organization headed by

 

'Mohammed' the most common name in Oslo

i24news 2 September 2014

The Islamic name not merely the most frequently given to male newborns, but the most common among all men "Mohammed" has become the most common name in the capital of

 

Turkey struggles to benefit from study abroad

Al-Monitor 2 September 2014
By Pinar Tremblay

Research shows that studying and working abroad makes you "smarter." The impact of higher education on the economy, the diversity of college campuses and the potential

 

Video: Christians in the Caliphate: The Islamic State (Part 4)

youtube 2 September 2014
By VICE News

The lightning advances of the Islamic State across Syria and Iraq in June shocked the world. But it’s not just the group's military victories that have garnered attention — it’s also the pace with which its members have begun to carve out a viable state.

 

The Muslim Colonists: Forgotten Facts about the Arab-Israeli Conflict

Jewish Press 1 September 2014
By Ezequiel Doiny

The Yazidi in Iraq and the Christian Copts in Egypt are not "occupiers” or "settlers;” neither are the Jews in Israel. They are both victims of a common enemy that seems to

 

Video: Enforcing Sharia in Raqqa: The Islamic State (Part 3)

youtube 28 August 2014
By VICE News

The Islamic State now governs its caliphate from the north central Syrian city of Raqqa, which was once a relatively westernized agricultural hub. As the State's power base, Raqqa is where it imposes its version of Sharia law throughout large swaths of Iraq and Syria.

 

Muslim Abuse of 1400 British Girls: "No One Wanted to Rock the Multicultural Community Boat”

FrontPage Magazine 28 August 2014
By Daniel Greenfield

Maintaining a happy multicultural community boat is easy. You just never check underneath the waterline and ignore any screams you here.

 

ISIS: Saudi-Qatari-Funded Wahhabi Terrorists Worldwide

Under London's Wing 28 August 2014
By Ramtanu Maitra

The sudden emergence of another organized militant Islamist-terrorist group, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), aka the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant

 
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