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The Left’s Worst Crime in the Middle East

Canada Free Press 27 October 2014
By Daniel Greenfield

The left’s worst crime in the Middle East has been its support for the region’s Arab-Muslim majority at the expense of its minorities. It has supported the majority’s

 

Hamas 5.4 Billion:Ebola 1 Billion

Tiimes of Israel 27 October 2014
By Diane Weber Bederman

Based on the amount of time, energy and money that we have put into Ebola and Hamas, it is clear that the United Nations is more concerned about propping up a terrorist

 

Islamic Development Bank Board approves nearly $815 million towards development financing

cpi financial 27 October 2014
By Matthew Amlôt

The new financings were mostly allocated for sectors such as air transport, power, water, roads and human development in member countries as well as for education and

 

IDB extends generous loans worth more than $814 million to member states

The Council of Executives of the Jeddah-based Islamic Development Bank group (IDB) today approved new loans worth more than $814 million to member states to finance projects in

 

Religious Shia Leader Sentenced to Death in Saudi Arabia: Real Mirror of ISIS

Modern Tokyo Times 27 October 2014
By Murad Makhmudov and Lee Jay Walker

If you want to view the real mirror of ISIS (IS – Islamic State) then look no further than the religious apartheid state of Saudi Arabia. After all, this nation supports

 

Saudis at war with Islamic State confront echoes of their past

Chicago Tribune 26 October 2014
By Glen Carey

When Saudi rulers send warplanes on missions against Islamic State, they're targeting a group whose theocratic ideology and roots in desert warfare overlap at least partly with

 

Video: Does the Sale of Halal Food Support Jihad?

Citizen Warrior 23 October 2014

It is astonishing how little the average American knows about Halal, the Muslim commanded process that demands that animals be slaughtered in accordance with Islamist

 

Will Qatar withdraw its funds from London in the wake of the Telegraph's campaign?

The Middle East Monitor 23 October 2014
By Muhammad Abd Al-Salam

British newspaper The Telegraph, and its sister paper The Sunday Telegraph, have recently published a series of reports linking Qatar with support for terrorism around the

 

Terrorists to Be Banned from Running British Charities

Breitbart 23 October 2014
By Nick Hallett

Convicted terrorists will be banned from running British charities under government plans to stop donations being transferred to extremist groups. The Prime Minister has

 

U.K. On the Way to Sharia-Compliant Student Loans

Al-Fanar Media 23 October 2014
By Luigi Serenelli

In September, after seven years of working in Egypt, Mostafa Atteya enrolled in a master’s degree program in Islamic Finance at Durham University in Britain. His tuition is

 

Islamic Bank of Britain changes name to Al Rayan Bank

Zawya 23 October 2014

Islamic Bank of Britain plc (IBB), (www.islamic-bank.com), the UK's only wholly Sharia compliant retail bank, today announced that, subject to formal shareholder approval, it

 

German police seize Muslim man codenamed 'The Tailor' who is suspected of equipping ISIS with combat suits - and 7,500 pairs of

Daily Mail 22 October 2014
By Allan Hall

Anti-terror police in Germany have arrested a man codenamed 'The Tailor' who they claim ran a secret textile factory supplying large amounts of clothes and boots for ISIS

 

Islamic State Use Drug Trade to Bankroll Their Jihad, Says Spanish Intelligence

Newsweek 21 October 2014
By Damien Sharkov

A masked man speaking in what is believed to be a North American accent in a video that Islamic State militants released in September 2014 is pictured in this still frame from

 

Turkey's Love Affair with Hamas

Gatestone Institute 21 October 2014
By Burak Bekdil

It was the Islamists who, since they came to power in the 2000s, have reaped the biggest political gains from the "Palestine-fetish." But the Turkish rhetoric on

 

Hate cleric Abu Hamza's son led kidnap gang who tortured man for three days over £15,000 debt

Daily Mail 21 October 2014
By Damien Gayle

The son of firebrand Islamist cleric Abu Hamza was leader of a gang who kidnapped a man and tortured him over a £15,000 debt. Tito Ibn Sheikh, 28, was jailed for 12 years

 

Another uni opts to kick Islamic fundamentalist group Hizb ut-Tahrir off campus

The Daily Telegraph 21 October 2014
By Jim O’Rourke

ISLAMIC fundamentalist group Hizb ut-Tahrir has been banned from speaking about its radical views at ­another Australian university. The Australian National University (ANU)

 

Kuwati Muslim Brotherhood Leader Offers Advice To Malaysian Muslim Brotherhood Political Party

Malaysian media is reporting on political advice offered to the country’s Muslim Brotherhood linked political party by Kuwaiti Muslim Brotherhood leader Tariq Suwaidan.

 

Gov’t pays over $4m to fly home Trinidad Muslim leader

Jamaica Observer 21 October 2014

THE Government of Jamaica was forced to foot the hefty US$36,000 (Ja$4,050,000) bill to fly radical Trinidad Muslim leader Yasin Abu Bakr to Port of Spain on Thursday, after he

 

Humiliation replaces fear for the women kidnapped by Isis

The Guardian 21 October 2014
By Annabell Van den Berghe in Duhok

They sold Amsha for $12. Other girls and women went for more, much more. But Amsha had a small son and was pregnant with her second child. She had already seen Islamic State

 

UK blacklists former Qatari official over funding terrorist groups

Press TV 20 October 2014

Britain has imposed financial sanctions on a former Qatari government adviser for funding terrorists in Iraq, as the UK government faces criticism over its ties with the Arab

 
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