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Saudi Arabia and the Global Islamic Terrorist Network

FrontPage Magazine 28 November 2011
By Jamie Glazov

FrontPage’s Interview’s guest today is Deborah Weiss, an attorney, freelance writer and public speaker. A 9/11 survivor of WTC attacks in NYC, she formerly worked for the Committee on House

 

Man Convicted in US of drug-running for Al Qaeda

Shariah Finance Watch 28 November 2011

Oumar Issa, who was arrested in Ghana in December 2009 at the request of the United States, and subsequently transported to New York faces up to 15 years in jail after pleading guilty to trafficking

 

Congressman Allen West Co-Sponsors the Open Fuel Standard Act

Citizen Warrior 17 November 2011

The courageous, straight-talking Republican from Florida has co-sponsored the Open Fuel Standard Act. If anyone understands the threat to our national security posed by our continued funding of Wahhabism, it is Congressman Allen West. His understanding of radical Islam is unsurpassed among elected officials.

 

Graz: Police chief warns mosque might serve for radical infiltration

Islam in Europe 17 November 2011

Via Islam vs. Europe (via Kleine Zeitung): Why is the building of the mosque so problematical in your view? GAISCH: I’ve got nothing against it, as long as it’s there for everyone. And

 

Four men arrested over Birmingham 'suicide plot'

telegraph.co.uk 16 November 2011
By Duncan Gardham

The four men – three aged 19 and one aged 24 - are accused of raising funds for terrorism and travelling to Pakistan for terrorist training. The men were arrested in connection with a "major

 

Afghanistan to Bosnia

Pakistan Christian Post 10 November 2011
By Murad Makhmudov and Lee Jay Walker

The conflicts in Bosnia and Kosovo would have done Harry Houdini proud. After all, around 8,000 Islamic terrorists travelled all the way to Bosnia and some would either stay or move to Kosovo or go back home. These Islamic jihadists were given "a free-reign to commit terror” and to kill Orthodox Christians in the Balkans and all in the name of civilization.

 

Video: Muslim Homeland Security Adviser Accused of Leaking Documents

Fox Nation 10 November 2011
By Erick Stakelbeck

As an advisor to the Department of Homeland Security, Mohammed Elibiary was given access to sensitive government documents. Now the Texas Muslim activist stands accused of leaking some of those documents to the media to spread charges of "Islamophobia."

 

Islamic Relief income up by 89% to 50 million

Money Jihad 8 November 2011

Islamic Relief Worldwide released its 2010 annual report in October showing an 89 percent increase in zakat donations for the organization’s efforts since 2006, excluding grants and institutional

 

Taliban buys weapons and loyalty

Money Jihad 31 October 2011

The Shinwari, an ethnic Pashtun tribe in eastern Afghanistan, have acknowledged that they receive money and arms from the Taliban. A tribesman told Voice of America that the help is necessary "when

 

Minneapolis mosque spurned al-Shabaab fundraiser

TwinCities.com 28 October 2011
By David Hanners

Sheriff adamant: Female Muslim prisoner can't wear headscarf. Page 8B When the FBI began investigating the exodus of Somali men from the Twin Cities to fight for al-Shabaab, the probe cast

 

Attorney: Muslim Inmate Wants to Wear Head Scarf

The Jakarta Globe 28 October 2011

Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Minnesota Council on American-Islamic Relations is asking the Sheriff’s Department to grant religious accommodation to inmates who wear religious head coverings, after a

 

Choke Off Money to Orthodox Islam

Citizen Warrior 27 October 2011

THIS TUESDAY, October 25th, in Washington, D.C. is a roundtable and press event for the Open Fuel Standard Act. You're invited. And we urge you to ask your representative to (at least) send one of their staff members to attend. This is an important, informative hour and a half event that none of our leaders should miss. (Contact information for your Members can be found here and here.)

 

Somali protests jail ban on headscarf with refusal to leave cell

TwinCities.com 27 October 2011
By David Hanners

Less than a week after she was convicted in a scheme to send money to a group battling Somalia's fledgling government, Amina Farah Ali is refusing to come out of her jail cell to eat, her attorney

 

Zafar Iqbal, Lashkar-e-Taiba money man

Money Jihad 26 October 2011

Lashkar-e-Taiba was behind the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, and is one of the richest terror organizations in South Asia. One man partly responsible for LeT’s wealth is Zafar Iqbal, a terror

 

The North Dakota model: A recipe for getting off Saudi oil & putting Americans to work

Money Jihad 25 October 2011

Why buy sharia oil from the Arabian peninsula and help fund an oppressive Saudi system that also diverts profits toward terrorism? The only "good” answer for years has been "we have to.” Except

 

Choke Off Money to Orthodox Islam

Citizen Warrior 25 October 2011

HIS TUESDAY, October 25th, in Washington, D.C. is a roundtable and press event for the Open Fuel Standard Act. You're invited. And we urge you to ask your representative to (at least) send one of

 

Correcting The New Misinformation on Islamic Charities Funding Jihadist Terrorism

Shariah Finance Watch 25 October 2011

The Guardian in the UK has come out with an article ("Counterterrorism laws taking their toll on humanitarian action”) critical of US counterterrorism efforts that are designed to prevent the

 

Al Qaeda audio seeks money in English

Money Jihad 24 October 2011

Remember this post from last year about Osama bin Laden’s desire to establish a global Islamic (front) charity and relief organization? At the time, Money Jihad urged the U.S. Treasury Department

 

Montreal: Moderate Muslim activist charged with trying to export assault rifle parts to Lebanon

Jihad Watch 24 October 2011

"Mouna Diab was once active in a Quebec youth group that fought discrimination against Muslims by challenging the stereotypes that too often associate them with violence and terror." But it appears

 

Quebec woman charged with trying to export assault rifle parts to Lebanon

National Post 24 October 2011
By Stewart Bell and Graeme Hamilton

MONTREAL — Young and striking in her black hijab, Mouna Diab was once active in a Quebec youth group that fought discrimination against Muslims by challenging the stereotypes that too often associate

 
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