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87% female students of Imam Muhammad Bin Saud University ‘abused by faculty staff’

Saudi Gazette 9 June 2014

RIYADH — A study by Imam Muhammad Bin Saud University’s media college for women has revealed that 87 percent of female students have complained of being abused by university

 

Iran's Plan to Destabilize Egypt

Gatestone Institute 9 June 2014
By Anna Mahjar-Barducci

The Iranian regime's new enemy, it seems, is Egypt's President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi. Iran's mullahs apparently fear Sisi's secular stance against Islamist movements, and see

 

Islam and Security in Bosnia-Herzegovina

acdemocracy.org 8 June 2014
By Leslie S. Lebl

Eighteen years after the Dayton Agreement we hear little, if anything, about Bosnia. Though politicians such as President Bill Clinton and his envoy, the late Richard Holbrooke, were credited with ending the violence, it was the U.S.-led NATO military mission that drove the level of violence down and prevented the failure of the new political arrangements.

 

Salafism in Germany: "Something Must Be Done Immediately"

Gatestone Institute 8 June 2014
By Soeren Kern

Salafism is the fastest growing Islamist movement in Germany, and Salafist jihadists pose one of the greatest threats to national security, according to a new German intelligence report.

 

Islamic values high in Norway

The Foreigner 8 June 2014
By Sarah Bostock

Norway is ranked sixth when it comes to Islamic values, a new global list due for release this year shows. US-based researchers looked at 208 countries in the world.

They

 

The Greatest Murder Machine in History

American Thinker 6 June 2014
By Mike Konrad

When one thinks of mass murder, Hitler comes to mind. If not Hitler, then Tojo, Stalin, or Mao. Credit is given to the 20th-century totalitarians as the worst species of tyranny to have ever arisen. However, the alarming truth is that Islam has killed more than any of these, and may surpass all of them combined in numbers and cruelty.

 

Syrian Jihad Comes to France

FrontPage Magazine 6 June 2014
By Stephen Brown

Last February, French authorities broke up a terrorist plot they described as "imminent,” seizing nine hundred grams of explosives from the apartment building of a twenty-three

 

Analysts Debate Long-Term Effects of Islamists in Europe

Arutz Sheva 6 June 2014

Politicians, security experts weigh if the EU severely underestimated the risks Islamist pose to the West, compare Belgium attack to 9/11.

 

Extracts from a report on terrorism in Europe by Europol

Vlad Tepes 6 June 2014

France is on the first rank among countries exposed to terrorism in Europe. That is the result of the annual report from Europol published last Thursday on the evolution of terrorism. They report that between 2009 and 2013, the number of arrests of islamist activists has doubled in Europe. France had the greatest number of islamist activists.

 

How the Media Distorts Radical Islam's Record

Breitbart 3 June 2014
By Dr. Phyllis Chesler

We have all suffered the glaring omissions, false moral equivalencies, and unfair and unbalanced reporting in the formerly distinguished mainstream media venues. This media has

 

Gang Raping, "I Love Al-Qaeda" and Who Is Advancing Islam?

Gatestone Institute 25 May 2014
By Soeren Kern

In Austria, police say they believe that two teenage girls who vanished from their homes in the capital of Vienna on April 10 may be in Turkey, and that whoever helped them get there is using them as pin-up girls to boost recruitment efforts for the "holy war" in Syria.

 

‘Muslimsplaining’ Islamic Terrorism Away

FrontPage Magazine 25 May 2014
By Daniel Greenfield

As bloody bodies and smoke rise into the air after a cry of Allahu Akbar and a bomb detonation, each Muslim terrorist attack is followed by "Muslimsplaining” why the latest act of Islamic violence had nothing to do with Islam.

 

UKIP Soars to 61 Percent in East of England Polling

Breitbart 25 May 2014

The UKIP Independence Party has soared to 61 percent in the East of England according to the latest ComRes poll for the Independent and Sunday Mirror. The unprecedented

 

The Brotherhood in London

The Weekly Standard 25 May 2014
By OLIVIER GUITTA

British prime minister David Cameron’s announcement on March 31 that his government would be looking into the Muslim Brotherhood’s activities in the United Kingdom and

 

Many Turkish-German hearts beat for Erdogan

Deutsche Welle 25 May 2014

It's still quiet at 9:30 in the morning on Cologne's Keupstrasse. The smell of freshly baked flatbread wafts from a bakery. Most of the people in the neighborhood have Turkish

 

The Nigerian Connection – Boko Haram, Obama, and Qatar

Right Side News 25 May 2014
By William Michael

Last month Boko Haram, a franchise of al Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood, kidnapped 276 young girls in Nigeria. This horrifying situation reminded this country, apparently

 

If Muhammad Was Alive Today They Would Arrest Him Too

The Huffington Post 24 May 2014
By Shahla Khan Salter

The world was rocked this month by more atrocities, committed under the guise of "Islam." The first was the kidnapping of more than 270 Nigerian schoolgirls by the terrorist

 

Op-Ed: Israel, the Cornerstone of the Western World

Arutz Sheva 24 May 2014
By Mark Langfan

Is Israel the cause of instability in the Middle East? Is Israel not worth the $3 billion that the US gives it every year? Or, is Israel the cause of stability in the Middle

 

Lessons learned from 6 big terrorist windfalls

The Terror Finance Blog 20 May 2014

Terror finance trials over the last ten years have frequently involved transfers by individuals of a few thousand dollars to terrorist organizations abroad. Sometimes those cases get as much attention from the news media and law enforcement as multi-million dollar cases of funding terrorism.

 

From Jewess Sol Hachuel, to Christian Meriam Ibrahim, 200 Years of Sharia’s Brutal Injustice For Non-Muslim Women of Faith

andrewbostom.org 20 May 2014

The striking cover art which adorns my 2008 The Legacy of Islamic Antisemitism, Alfred Dehodencq’s "Execution of a Moroccan Jewess” is based upon the actual execution of a Jewess from Tangier, Morocco, Sol Hachuel, believed to have occurred in 1834.

 
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