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Leaving Islam for Atheism, and Finding a Much-Needed Place Among Peers

The New York Times 27 May 2014
By Mark Oppenheimer

Women talked about “coming out,” being open with their families, leaving “the closet” at a conference here this month. But the topic was not sexuality. Instead, the women

 

Muslim groups join in ‘jihad’ to outlaw female mutilation

The Times 27 May 2014
By Katie Gibbons

Muslim groups describe the fight against female genital mutilation (FGM) as “our jihad”, and say it is a practice that is “bringing Islam into disrepute”.

 

Texas: Muslim charged in killing of Iranian woman who left Islam for Christianity

Creeping Sharia 27 May 2014

A Houston-area man, originally from Jordan, has been charged in the 2012 shooting death of an Iranian student and women’s rights activist.

 

On The Arrogance and Backwardness of Islam!

GhanaWeb 19 May 2014

Pardon me, but… I have no antipathy towards anyone or group of people. I think myself too grand a man for malice or hatred. This write-up is a critique of a set of ideas – the

 

United Kingdom: Muslim Wife Rania Alayed Murdered by Husband for Becoming Too Westernized

Answering Muslims 2 May 2014

More than 90 percent of honor killings worldwide are committed by Muslims, yet Muslim organizations like CAIR and ISNA assure us that this correlation has nothing to do with

 

'Good Quran' vs. 'Radical Quran'

Frontpage Mag 29 April 2014
By Jamie Glazov

This week’s Glazov Gang was joined by Dr. Mordechai Kedar, the director of the Center for the Study of the Middle East and Islam (under formation) at Bar-Ilan University, Israel.

 

When Muslims renounce their faith

DW 23 April 2014

Fearing ostracism by their family, or even death, many former Muslims keep their disbelief secret. A German organization offers support to people who leave Islam for another religion

 

Pakistan: More Than 200 Women Honor-Killed in Sindh Province in 2013

Answering Muslims 23 April 2014

Women are being brutally murdered by their own families in the Sindh province of Pakistan. In a sane world, men and women from around the globe would unite in drawing attention

 

Pakistan: How the Blasphemy Law Really Works

Gatestone Institute 16 April 2014
By Mohshin Habib

Sawan Masih has been sentenced to death, but what about those found guilty of inciting and committing violence and arson? It [is] a travesty of justice that more than 3,000 people

 

Welcome to the Islamic Republic of Iran

Gatestone Institute 15 April 2014
By Shabnam Assadollahi

According to reports from Khuzestan region of Iran, a 30-year-old man married to a 20-year-old woman buried his one-year-old twins alive due to a "family conflict."

 

The Paradox Of Islamophobia

The 405 Media 14 April 2014
By Stephen Crawford

It occurred to me, a while back, that I’d never heard anyone use the word Christophobia. It seemed to me that, given the world’s great post-modern fear of Christian morality, accusations of Christophobia ought to abound.

 

UN criticises Brunei over tough new Islamic law

Expatica 14 April 2014

The UN human rights office on Friday criticised Brunei's planned introduction of the death penalty for a raft of new offences, as part of a shift to harsh Islamic punishments in

 

Muslim, gay, and making no apologies

timesofindia 14 April 2014
By Aida Alami

He was born inside the public library of Rabat in Morocco where his dad worked as a janitor and where his family lived until he was 2. For most of his childhood, he hid his sexuality as best he

 

Germany: Criminal Muslims given shorter sentences due to "culture"

Islamist Watch 14 April 2014
By Nicolai Sennels

Apparently, Muslims cannot help it as much as non-Muslims can, if they rape or kill — and so they must be given more lenient sentences than non-Muslims receive. In effect, the German

 

Brandeis Flap Marks Another Win for Islamist Intimidation

Family Security Matters 14 April 2014
By Steve Emerson

We're only 10 days into April, but 2014 already is shaping up to be a banner year for those who consider any criticism of Islam, radical or otherwise, to be something unfit for public consideration

 

Child bride forced into marriage poisons groom and three of his friends in Nigeria

Atlas Shrugs 11 April 2014
By Pamela Geller

Imagine, for the moment, the horror, the terror that would drive a young girl to murder. Unimaginable. But Islamic supremacists and islamic apologists are working furiously to make

 

The Support for Sharia Law Around the World

Cherson and Molschky 9 April 2014
By Rachel Molschky

Sharia law is gaining ground across the world. An overwhelming majority of Muslims support the implementation of Islamic law in Muslim countries, in non-Muslim countries- in any country where they live.

 

50 Reasons Muhammad Was Not a Prophet

Answering Muslims 7 April 2014

Why should the entire world reject Muhammad as a prophet? Here are 50 reasons, arranged by category (some reasons could have been listed under more than one category). Click on a reason to get the facts about Muhammad.

 

California: Murder of Muslim woman was honor killing, not hate crime

Creeping Sharia 7 April 2014

Prosecutors say Kassim Alhimidi beat spouse to death because she wanted divorce; defense says he would not harm wife. In the spring of 2012, Shaima Alawadi wanted out of

 

Video: Downward Spiral: Erdogan's Radical Makeover of Turkey

CBN 5 April 2014
By Erick Stakelbeck

From Harry Truman to Barack Obama, U.S. administrations have long viewed Turkey as a key ally and force for moderation in the Muslim world. In recent years, however, Turkey has moved in a radically different direction: journalists thrown in jail, Twitter and YouTube shut down, and political opponents threatened with prosecution.

 
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