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Missiles of Peace

Liberty GB 3 April 2014

Friday 14th March. So far today there have been no more missiles. There was apparently one further south this morning but it missed any occupied area. We are sitting ducks

 

Struggling Sudan gets $1 bn from Qatar

The National 3 April 2014

Qatar’s emir held talks in Sudan on Wednesday at a time of strained ties between his country and other Gulf countries over Doha’s perceived support for the Muslim Brotherhood

 

The Saudi Connection

Rutland Herald 3 April 2014

While Washington’s eyes are trained on the political, military and humane complexities surrounding Ukraine and Syria, President Obama faces another foreign affairs challenge, the growing

 

Video: So, this is how Barack Hussein Obama is getting weapons from Benghazi to the jihadists/terrorists in Syria

Bare Naked Islam 3 April 2014

I always knew they were going through Turkey but wasn’t exactly sure how. In case you forgot, this was the reason Ambassador Christopher Stevens was at a U.S. mission/warehouse, NOT a consulate, in Libya.

 

U.S. taxpayers to spend $400,000 for a camel sculpture in Pakistan

Jihad Watch 3 April 2014
By Robert Spencer

It isn’t enough that U.S. taxpayers have for years now been subsidizing the Pakistanis’ support for jihad terrorists. The New York Times reported on that at length back in 2008. No, that

 

Thirteen years after 9/11, Saudi Arabia's school textbooks still teach bigotry

Global Post 3 April 2014
By Michael Goldfarb

In the wake of the 9/11 attacks, and under much official pressure, Saudi's promised to edit religious hate speech out of school textbooks. A dozen years later, many of the old books

 

Second sunrise of Indian jihad

The Hindu 3 April 2014
By Praveen Swami

Each bombing the Indian Mujahideen carries out is a medium for a political message enmeshed with India’s dystopic communal landscape: that democratic politics cannot defend India’s

 

Qatar "UAE's 8th emirate", says Dubai security chief

Arabian Business 3 April 2014
By Beatrice Thomas

A top Dubai security official has sparked outrage on social media after reportedly claiming on his Twitter account that Qatar was the “UAE’s eighth emirate”. General Dahi Khalfan, who

 

Euro-Jihad: An Inside Look At The Recruitment Of European Muslims to Holy War

Atlas Shrugs 2 April 2014
By Pamela Geller

Jihad is jihad. Islam is Islam, and the nationality or skin color or sock color, for that matter, is of no import in this war against the "non-believers.” The common thread

 

War Over Wilders

Frontpage Mag 2 April 2014
By Bruce Bawer

On March 19, addressing supporters in The Hague after a local election, Geert Wilders, head of the Freedom Party (PVV), asked if they wanted more or less of the European Union. “Less!” they shouted. Did they want more or less of the Labor Party? “Less!” they repeated. Then he asked, “Do you want, in this city and in the Netherlands, more or fewer Moroccans?”

 

5 Things a Jihadist Wants You to Know About Islam

Strategy Page 2 April 2014

Europe is facing a growing problem with young Moslem men being recruited by Islamic clergy to go fight alongside (and often against) the Syrian rebels. European intelligence officials believe about 2,000 European Moslems have gone to Syria so far and about ten percent have been killed. More than ten percent have returned and these jihad veterans often seek out new recruits.

 

Rapes in Sweden, Redux

Gates of Vienna 2 April 2014
By Baron Bodissey

In early 2014, journalist Simen Sætre in the weekly Morgenbladet in Norway published an essay about rapes in Sweden. Curiously, he seemed to be more concerned about the fact that “xenophobic” and “Islam-hating” people like me write about this subject than he was about the actual problem.

 

The Muslim Brotherhood's new nerve centre: Cricklewood?

The Guardian 2 April 2014
By Robert Booth

The British establishment reportedly fears that the Islamist group is planning extremist activities from an HQ in north-west London. In net-curtained rooms above a disuse

 

Are There ‘Moderate’ Muslims? How about ‘Moderate’ Jews and Christians?

PJ Media 2 April 2014
By Davis P. Goldman

The last heretic hanged by the Catholic Church was a Spanish schoolteacher accused of Deism in Valencia as recently as 1826.

 

Sinking in Shifting Sands: the EU in North Africa

ISN 2 April 2014
By Lisa Watanabe

The EU’s influence in Northern Africa wasn't strong before the Arab Spring. And now, warns the CSS’ Lisa Watanabe, things are only about to get worse. That is, of course, unless Brussels

 

Turkey loses democracy at home, reputation in Mideast

Al Monitor 2 April 2014
By Cengiz Candar

I had just landed in Beirut when I learned that Turkey had shot down a Syrian plane. Earlier, shortly before I boarded the flight, I had learned of the first armed confrontation

 

UK Foreign Office Hosts Meeting Including Tariq Ramadan

The UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office announced that last week it hosted the first meeting of a new Advisory Group on Freedom of Religion or Belief that includes Global Muslim

 

Slain Kenyan Muslim cleric an avowed Al-Qaeda sympathiser

New Vision 2 April 2014

Radical Kenyan Muslim cleric Abubaker Shariff Ahmed, better known as Makaburi, predicted his own violent death barely a month before being gunned down on the streets of Mombasa

 

German police grill Krekar in Oslo court

The Local 2 April 2014

Norway-based Islamic militant Mullah Krekar was questioned by German police on Monday over his role in forming an international terrorist network, Norway's TV2 channel has reported

 

France Reaches Out to Muslim Community to Help Fight Terrorism at its Roots

The Epoch Times 2 April 2014

To stop the stream of French youths pursuing jihad in Syria, France is preparing to try to tackle terrorism before it starts, by involving schools, parents and local Muslim leaders

 
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