Extremist Imam Zaid Shakir Holds Fundraiser at Florida Hilton

RadicalIslam 30 October 2012
By Ryan Mauro

A fundraiser will be held for Zaytuna College, America’s first Muslim college, at the Hilton University of Florida Conference Center in Gainesville, Florida on Saturday,


Palestinian Terrorists on the Payroll - British taxpayers are helping to pay the salaries of jailed bomb makers

Wall Street Journal 30 October 2012

Why do politicians always resign over the minor things, while getting away with the major ones?

Swear at a policeman, for instance, and after a month of harrying from the media and your political opponents, you will finally stand down.

Waste millions of pounds on a taxpayer-funded self-aggrandizement scheme, on the other hand, and you will not only get away with it, but be praised. Such is the case with Andrew Mitchell, former minister at the U.K. Department for International Development (DfID) and now—after an angry altercation with a Downing Street policeman—former chief whip.


India: Terror Trails To Saudi Arabia – Analysis

Eurasia Review 30 October 2012
By Sanchita Bhattacharya

Over the past decades, an elaborate web of Islamist extremist terrorism, backed by Pakistan, has thrived under the benign neglect of the state on Saudi Arabian soil. Much of


Terror trial: Estranged wife wanted to be 'fourth lion'

BBC 26 October 2012

he estranged wife of a man accused of plotting a terror attack offered herself as a helper in an attempt to win him back, a court has heard. In a reference to the spoof film


Why Is Qatar Mucking Around in Gaza?

Foreign Policy 26 October 2012

A deeply contrarian streak has taken hold in Qatar these days. Insulated by U.S. security guarantees, eager to use its burgeoning fiscal reserves, and propelled by its elites'


And the Winner of the Foreign Policy Debate Is... the Emir of Qatar?

Huffington Post 26 October 2012
By David Mednicoff

In the final presidential debate, neither President Obama nor Governor Romney said much of anything that was specific or enlightening with respect to the debate's supposed


Qatar Strengthening Hamas in Gaza

The Jewish Press 26 October 2012
By Khaled Abu Toameh

The U.S. Administration has sought to downplay the significance of this week’s visit to the Gaza Strip by the Emir of Qatar, Hamad al-Thani. "We have seen the reports that


Qatar, Hamas and the new Middle East

Deutsche Welle 26 October 2012

A trip to the Gaza Strip by the emir of Qatar can be viewed as part of broader changes to the political landscape in the Middle East. It is an indication of what things might


Bank of China Says It Hasn't Helped Hamas

Wall Street Journal 26 October 2012

Bank of China, the country's third largest lender by assets, Thursday rejected accusations it provided banking services to terrorist groups. The families of eight Israeli


‘Group tried to get £20,000 payday loan,’ terror trial told

Scotsman 25 October 2012

A GROUP accused of planning a huge suicide terrorist attack tried to get thousands of pounds of loans, including £20,000 from a payday lender, a court heard yesterday. The


Hizbullah’s Unspoken War in Syria

Right Side News 25 October 2012

The fighting in Syria has already spilled over the border into Lebanon, threatening the fragile sectarian balance holding that country together. Cross-border attacks have


UK’S Image Problem in Dealing with Terrorists

Asian Tribune 24 October 2012
By Glen Jenvey

London: The British government has a major image problem when it comes to fighting terrorism, something Sri Lanka has been aware of for years with the existence of LTTE offices, their so-called charities and various groups


Indian terror cells getting Saudi support

Money Jihad 24 October 2012

The Daily News & Analysis reports on two possible terror financial transactions confessed by alleged members of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) doing work for the Indian Mujahideen: 1)


Qatar Ruler's Visit To Gaza 'Will Boost Hamas'

KL.FM 96.7 24 October 2012

Qatar's ruler has arrived in Gaza on a visit that will be seen as a major boost for Hamas, the rulers of the Strip. The controversial trip is the first by an Arab head of


Israel denies Hezb'allah CFO defected

American Thinker 15 October 2012
By Rick Moran

It's a story that caused a stir in the Middle East. English language news site al-Arabiya reported yesterday that Hezb'allah big shot Hussein Fahs, the terrorist group's chief


Lebanese Islamic charities fund Hamas

Money Jihad 11 October 2012

The stench of laundered money has wafted from Lebanon throughout the international financial system for years. Usually that’s because of Lebanese banks being used to fund


Hezbollah Official Flees to Israel with Embezzled Millions

jewishpress 11 October 2012
By Yori Yanover

Last month, Yoni Alpert’s Terror Watch reported that Iranian Revolutionary Guards along with Hezbollah’s security apparatus arrested Hussein Fahs, who is considered Hezbollah’s


Islamist militants ban Muslim agency's aid to 1.3 million Somalis

Yahoo! News 9 October 2012
By Feisal Omar

Somalia's al Shabaab militants said on Monday they had banned Muslim aid agency Islamic Relief from areas under their control, a move that would deprive 1.3 million people of


Indian Mujahideen's global terror 'links' worry intelligence agencies

India Today 8 October 2012

The Indian Mujahideen (IM) has links with the international radical group Hizbut Tahrir, Indian intelligence agencies suspect. Hizbut Tahrir, a Palestinian radical outfit


Ethnic Cleansing in Bangladesh Latest Steps in Islamization

Gatestone Institute 5 October 2012
By Mohshin Habib

Despite what officials state, the Islamists of Bangladesh have been violently urging all non-Muslims to get out of the country. Buddhists, for example, mostly settled in the

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