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Yasir Arafat's legacy of terror

elderofziyon 10 November 2014

On Sunday, at a memorial for the tenth anniversary of Yasir Arafat's timely death at his shrine in Ramallah, Mahmoud Abbas said that the tomb is only in a temporary location,

 

Jihadists infiltrating schools, university campuses and youth groups across the UK on "unprecedented scale”

Atlas Shrugs 10 November 2014
By Pamela Geller

The stories of Islamic infiltration and supremacism coming out of the UK daily are astonishing, and are made all the more shocking by the British government’s craven

 

Dutch Jihadis Continue to Leave for Iraq and Syria

Interior Minister Ronald Plasterk (Labor Party) has stated on national television that Dutch jihadis continue to leave the Netherlands for Syria and Iraq. According to the

 

Peacekeeping: Enemies Of Islam Not Welcome

Strategy Page 10 November 2014

Since World War II the UN peacekeeping operations have become more numerous and more useful in bringing peace (at least more peace than usual) to many unruly parts of the

 

Sharyl Attkisson’s damning charge: CBS helped Obama lie about Benghazi

Bizpac Review 10 November 2014

Former CBS investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson is accusing her old network of sitting on a 2012 video clip that could have hurt President Barack Obama‘s re-election

 

Palestinian Wing Of The Global Muslim Brotherhood Creates Another Front Organization

Arabic media is reporting on a new organization known as the European Palestinian Communications Forum or EuroPal Forum (EPF). According to a report by the Assabeel Weekly, a

 

Obama's Secret Deals With Saudi Arabia & Qatar

Information Clearing House 10 November 2014
By Eric Zuesse

(The following report reconstructs U.S. President Barack Obama's foreign policy, on the basis of what I have deemed to be reliable news accounts of his Administration's

 

Leadership shuffle at U.S. Islamic charities

Money Jihad 10 November 2014

In May of 2013, the financial rating of Islamic Relief USA, the nation’s largest Islamic charity, was downgraded from four stars to two stars by the nonprofit watchdog Charity

 

Hunted Islamic State leader the 'new Bin Laden'

militarytimes 10 November 2014
By Marco della Cava

With a $10 million bounty on his head, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi would seem to have earned the moniker from French newspaper Le Monde as "the new Bin Laden." Although the reward

 

Iraq confirms: Islamic State group leader injured, deputy killed

i24 news 10 November 2014

Iraq confirmed Sunday that Islamic State jihadist group chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was injured in air strikes by US-led coalition warplanes targeting the group's leaders,

 

The Man Behind LiveLeak, The Islamic State's Favourite Site For Beheading Videos

Business Insider 10 November 2014

Video sharing site LiveLeak isn’t your average startup. There’s no CEO, office, PR team or venture capital funding. But LiveLeak has grown to be one of the biggest video

 

Alabama 'bans' Sharia law amid fears it could violate American rights

The Independent 10 November 2014
By Lizzie Dearden

Sharia law has been "banned” by Alabama in the US – even though it has never been part of the state’s legal system. Under the "American and Alabama Laws for Alabama Courts

 

Alabama Voters Pass Sharia Law Ban

The Huffington Post 10 November 2014
By Julia Edwards

While Maine voters were asked to weigh in on bear hunting regulations in Tuesday's U.S. elections, voters in Alabama were given the chance to insure that state courts never

 

Christians Are Disappearing in the Middle East

Assyrian International News Agency 10 November 2014
By Michael Curtis

On August 22, 1939, Adolf Hitler, explaining his decision to invade Poland, asked, "Who after all speaks today of the annihilation of the Armenians?" On the centennial of

 

Malaysia's Sharia law costs non-Muslims their kids

The Monitor 10 November 2014

It was the last round of a recurring argument: M. Indira Gandhi's husband wanted her to convert to Islam. A committed Hindu, she refused. He threatened divorce. Both started

 

Alabama Bans Sharia Law and Other 2014 Ballot Measures

Color Lines 10 November 2014
By Carla Murphy

More than 140 ballot measures to amend state laws were in play yesterday. Here’s a sampling of the results that matter: Sentencing reform passes in "three strikes”

 

Meet the Kurdish women fighting the Islamic State

The Telegraph 10 November 2014
By Sally Williams

The town of Taza Khurmatu is about eight miles south of Kirkuk, in northern Iraq. Less than five months ago it was busy and thriving. Now it is eerily quiet. At 2.30am on June

 

Kiwi cash helping Islamic State

stuff.co.nz 10 November 2014

Funds are being moved from New Zealand in support of the chilling terror campaign waged by Islamic State (Isis) in Iraq. Prime Minister John Key has spelt out the Kiwi link

 

Obama says fight against IS enters ‘new phase’

Pan Armenian 10 November 2014

President Barack Obama has said the deployment of 1,500 more U.S. troops to Iraq marks a "new phase" against Islamic State militants. He told CBS TV that the new troops,

 

Ex-judge sent to jail for Hizb-ut link

bdnews24 10 November 2014

A former assistant judge of Feni court, identified as a leader of banned outfit Hizb-ut Tahrir, has been sent to jail after he surrendered. Sheikh Omar Sharif, who was allegedly

 
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