Brotherhood may lose its British haven 8 April 2014
By Linda S. Heard

Is the Muslim Brotherhood a benign political/social organisation or something far more sinister is the question the British Prime Minister David Cameron wants answered. And to


Islamists gather to fight Muhammad's promised Armageddon

WND 7 April 2014
By Bob Unruh

Opposing Muslim interests are sending hundreds, maybe thousands of Islamic jihadists to Syria to fight for, or against, President Bashar al-Assad’s regime. There are estimates that 140,000


Germany: Three Arrested in Syria-Linked Terrorism Bust

Israel National News 7 April 2014
By Tova Dvorin

German authorities arrested three people with alleged ties to an Al Qaeda-linked rebel group on Monday in police raids across the country, the federal prosecutor's office said.


Passport fraud poses terror finance threat

Terror Finance 7 April 2014
By A.D. Kendall

The presence of two Iranians with stolen passports on the ill-fated Malaysian Airlines flight 370 highlighted the ease with which foreign nationals from state sponsors of terrorism can fly


David Cameron's religious adviser is descended from founders of the 'terrorist' Muslim Brotherhood

Daily Mail 7 April 2014
By Martin Beckford

David Cameron is facing embarrassment over the close links between a Government adviser on religion and an Islamist group placed under urgent investigation.


Hamas celebrates AKP win in Turkish elections

Al Monitor 7 April 2014
By Hazem Balousha

Hamas, at all levels, did not hide its joy regarding the victory of the Turkish Justice and Development Party (AKP), led by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in last weekend’s


German program that reaches out to young men caught up in radicalism could be template for Canada

National Post 7 April 2014
By Stewart Bell

The letter he left for his family said he couldn’t live in Germany any more. He was incensed that police, alarmed by his deepening zeal, had raided his home and seized his phones


Ex-Arsenal player ‘joins Jihad in Syria’

Yahoo 7 April 2014

A former Arsenal star is said to be fighting in Syria alongside extremists. The man appeared in a video released on Russian website where he derides the West as “animals”


Canadian nun and two Italian Priests Kidnapped in Cameroon

Global News 7 April 2014

A 74-year-old Canadian nun working as a missionary in Cameroon was among a group of missionaries abducted by two armed groups in the western African country, Montreal’s


Muslim community in Crawley urged to condemn suicide bombing in Syria

Crawley News 7 April 2014
By Luke Warren

A MEMBER of Crawley's Muslim community has condemned the actions of the Langley Green dad-of-three suspected of carrying out a suicide bombing in Syria. Islamic opinion is


US arms Syrian rebels with first heavy weapons, anti-tank BGM-71 TOW missiles - raising war stakes

DEBKA 7 April 2014

Two Syrian rebel militias judged moderate in Washington have in the last few days taken delivery and begun using – mostly in the Idlib region - the first advanced US weapon


Qatar-Sudan Aid Deal Will Rile Egypt

The International Business Times 7 April 2014
By Nigel Wilson

Sudan has announced that Qatar will deposit $1bn at its central bank as part of an aid package. Sudanese Finance Minister Badr El-Din Mahmoud made the announcement


Two Cross Dressing Suicide Bombers Arrested In Helmand, Afghanistan

Kafir Crusaders 7 April 2014

Anybody familiar with Afghanistans dirty little secret, the practice of “bachi baza,” will know that males dressed as females is common place. Where bearded Afghan warlords


The Accomplice: Boston jihad bomber’s widow Karima Tsarnaev

Atlas Shrugs 7 April 2014
By Pamela Geller

How is it that this jihad widow has not been charged? She called her husband, the Boston bomber, just days after the bombing, after seeing the brothers identified on television


Indian Mujahideen cell paid dues for ops

Money Jihad 7 April 2014

A five-man Indian Mujahideen (IM) cell in Rajasthan funded its activities from monthly dues paid by the members themselves, according to India’s Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS). The men


Chaldean Patriarch on the Uncertain Future of Eastern Christians

AINA 5 April 2014
By Mar Louis Raphael I Sako

In recent days, Mar Louis Sako Raphael I took part a seminar sponsored by the Université catholique de Lyon, France, on "The Vocation of Eastern Christians". For the Chaldean


Video: Sharia and the Freedom of Speech

Creeping Sharia 5 April 2014

David Yerushalmi and Robert Muise of the American Freedom Law Center in Cincinnati last week.


Al-Qaeda leader suspected of recruiting Brit fanatic Samantha Lewthwaite shot dead

Daily Mail 5 April 2014
By Lucy Crossley

An Al-Qaeda leader suspected of recruiting White Widow Samantha Lewthwaite has been shot dead in Kenya.
Abubakar Shariff Ahmed was killed by unidentified gunmen as he


UK: Our New Sharia Law

Gatestone Institute 5 April 2014
By Douglas Murray

What is Sharia and what should be our attitude towards it? These questions, which have intermittently swirled around Britain in recent years, have just re-erupted thanks to a recent story in the Sunday Telegraph.


Will Turkey Force NATO's Hand in Syria?

AINA 5 April 2014
By Mindy Belz

Rebels, with help from Turkish tanks and anti-aircraft fire, are prevailing in a sustained attack in northwestern Syria that began a week ago, Syrians in the area are reporting

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