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Nazareth sheikh convicted of incitement gets 3 years

ynetnews 12 September 2012
By Ahiya Raved

The Nazareth Magistrate's Court has sentenced Sheikh Nazem Abu Salim Scapa to three years in prison and 18 months probation for incitement to violence and terror and supporting

 

Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood Says Women Don’t Make Good Leaders or Rulers

bulletin of the oppression o women 12 September 2012
By Asma Marwan

Women are erratic, emotional, and they make good wives and mothers but never a leader or ruler. Or so Osama Abou Salama, professor of botany at Cairo University and member of

 

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad accuses the West of destroying Iran's rain clouds

Telegraph.co.uk 12 September 2012
By Robert Tait

The Iranian president made the assertions in a speech on Monday addressing the problems caused by low rainfall trends, which experts say is threatening Iran's

 

Iran Activates Terror Teams in Turkey

radicalislam.org 11 September 2012
By Reza Kahlili

Members of the Quds Forces’ elite Unit 400 have been activated inside Turkey to attack U.S. and Israeli interests and to support the Kurdish separatist movement PKK with

 

Turkey concerned on Islamophobic poster

Hurriyet Daily News 11 September 2012

A poster campaign by Germany’s Interior Ministry to advertise a hotline for those worried that a friend or family member may be turning to radical Islam has met with strong

 

Muslim Brotherhood in America: Hamas-CAIR Defames Pamela Geller on the eve of 9/11

Atlas Shrugs 11 September 2012
By Pamela Geller

Hamas-CAIR, in a Goebbels-style campaign of defamation and dehumanization of human rights activists and defenders of America's unalienable rights of freedom of conscience, freedom of speech and individual freedom, is attacking fierce, freedom-loving Americans on the eve of the most bloody and heinous act of jihad on US soil.

Muslim organizations should be supporting our work against the jihad and the sharia. Instead, they take their mask off at a time we are greiving our thousands dead here and abroad in the war on jihad.

 

Ethnic Cleansing of Nigerian Christians Funded by UK Charity

FrontPage Magazine 11 September 2012
By Daniel Greenfield

Before the Jihad comes the Charity Jihad. Bombs and bullets don’t buy themselves. Boko Haram, which has killed over a thousand people and dedicated itself to the destruction

 

Female Advisor to Egyptian President: Girls Not Circumcised "Lacking in Faith"

raymondibrahim 11 September 2012
By Raymond Ibrahim

Earlier this week, Egypt's Tahrir News conducted an interview with Dr. Amima Kamal, advisor to President Morsi on Women's Affairs, a member of the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom

 

Bay Area Imam Nabbed With Hezbollah Cell in Mexico

Radical Islam 11 September 2012
By Lee Kaplan

Rafic Labboun, an imam from the Shiite Association Bay Area (SABA) Mosque in San Jose, California, has been arrested in Mexico by Mexican immigration authorities working in

 

Terrorist refuses to denounce deadly attacks

yahoo 11 September 2012
By Mike Duffy

EXCLUSIVE: An Indonesian terrorist, jailed for his role in the Bali bombings that killed 88 Australians, is free and working for another militant group. He refuses to denounce

 

Hezb'allah Is Coming

American Thinker 11 September 2012
By A.M. Mora y Leon

With America's attention turned to elections, there have been some pretty creepy dealings in the hemisphere that haven't gotten much note. Iran, which is trying to develop an

 

Key Al-Qaeda commander freed from Guantánamo Bay killed in Yemen

Telegraph.co.uk 11 September 2012
By David Blair

Said al-Shihri, the deputy leader of "al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula" (AQAP), died in the southern province of Hadhramaut along with six companions, according to the Yemeni

 

The Muslim Brotherhood Bomb

FrontPage Magazine 11 September 2012
By Daniel Greenfield

If there’s anything that’s bound to make the Muslim Brotherhood a better neighbor in the region, it’s weapons of mass destruction. And while Egypt may be on the brink of

 

Imagining a Post-Israel Middle East

FrontPage Magazine 11 September 2012
By Daniel Greenfield

Let us suppose for a moment that all the people who boycott Israeli products, boo Israeli orchestras and deliver long speeches at the UN got their wish and the Middle East was

 

Hizb ut-Tahrir extremists robbed market traders of $80 thousand

24 11 September 2012

Activists of banned extremist organization Hizb ut-Tahrir have robbed traders of Dordoi market of $80 thousand in Kyrgyzstan, the Ministry of Internal Affairs reported. As

 

Islamists conduct amputations in Mali

Huffington Post 11 September 2012
By BABA AHMED and RUKMINI CALLIMACHI

BAMAKO, Mali — Islamic police said they used a stage in a public square to amputate the right hand and left foot of five accused thieves in a city of Mali on Monday, in the

 

Brother of Al-Qaeda leader Al-Zawahiri justifies 9/11 attacks, says group would strike at Israel if it could

Winds of Jihad 11 September 2012
By sheikyermami

Note that by "hostile to the muslims” he means everyone rejecting their demands to submit to Islamic supremacy and sharia. (thanks to eye on the world) (Times of Israel)

 

Syrian militants are radical Islamists- French doctor

The Voice of Russia 10 September 2012

Most militants taking part in the war in Syria are radical Islamists from foreign countries who are after building a shariah state in Syria, Frenchman Jacque Berech, one of the

 

Spaniard Briefly Abducted by Al Qaeda-linked Group in Africa

Hispanically Speaking News 10 September 2012

Salafist militant group Ansar al Din, a group affiliated with Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, told Efe Saturday that it abducted a Spanish citizen in northern Mali earlier

 

Tariq Ramadan and the Islamization of Europe

Islam Watch 10 September 2012
By Jacob Thomas/June Engdahl

...Ramadan and other serious Islamic scholars, enjoying the benefits of that heritage, are offering Islam as an alternative to the West's loss of faith and excess worldliness. Western leaders, in the name of political correctness, denigrate their own honorable traditions -- both religious and secular. Sensitivity to its past mistakes lingers even after they have been remedied. The many past and present benefits the West has brought to mankind are ignored.

 
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