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CAIR Exposed Again by Megyn Kelly (The Kelly File)

Answering Muslims 2 April 2014
By David Wood

It's been a rough week for the Council on American-Islamic Relations. CAIR was obviously embarrassed when Fox News exposed the organization for attempting to conceal the facts


Iran: President Rouhani’s mixed messages on artistic freedom

Arts Freedom 2 April 2014
By Raha Zahedpour

Although the situation seems to be neither dramatically better nor worse, Iran’s president Rouhani is sending mixed messages on artistic freedom. It has been six months since Hassan Rouhani


Arab [Muslim] League rejects Israel as Jewish state

Atlas Shruga 2 April 2014
By Pamela Geller

Nothing new. It’s all the same Muslim Jew-hatred — 1,400 years old, as old as Muhammad himself. The Arab [Muslim] League has rejected, yet again, Israel as a Jewish homeland


Saudi Arabia declares atheists terrorists under new laws targeting citizens who 'call for secular thought in any form'

Daily Mail 2 April 2014
By Simon Tomlinson

Saudi Arabia has officially identified atheists as terrorists in sweeping new laws that threaten up to 20 years in prison for almost any criticism of the government or Islam


The Debate

Dry Bones 1 April 2014
By Yaakov Kirschen


The Debate

Dry Bones 1 April 2014
By Yaakov Kirschen


Islamizing Britain’s Schools

Frontpage Mag 1 April 2014
By Bruce Bawer

Real Muslims understand the critical importance of teaching the young. The critical importance, that is, of teaching them the “right” things and not teaching them the “wrong” things


The Law Society must withdraw its guidance on Sharia-succession rules

We, the undersigned, are appalled to learn that the Law Society, the representative body for solicitors in England and Wales, has issued Sharia-related guidance on wills, succession


Turkey: Erdogan rejoices in election win, 'traitors to pay'

ANSA Med 1 April 2014

Islamic Turkish Premier Recep Tayyip Erdogan last night proclaimed himself winner of key mayoral elections and warned that those who had "betrayed" the nation would pay


Outrage as judge claims: 'Muslims feel they can beat their wives'

The Independent 1 April 2014
By Mark O’Regan

A judge has caused outrage after saying he thinks "Muslims feel they can actually beat their wives" during the trial of a Somali man accused of burglary at his former wife's house


Video: “Prominent Sydney Sheik” Waging Jihad in Syria

Sheikyer Mami 1 April 2014
By Andrew Bolt

Again, how did our immigration authorities allow such a person or his family to come here in the first place? And will they keep him out in future?


Islamic intolerance and the Temple Mount

The Jerusalem Post 1 April 2014
By Charles Bybelezer

Clearly, though, there will never be peace, not in Israel nor anywhere else in the region, until Muslims reconcile themselves to a co-existence with the “others” in their midst


Head of Montreal Muslim Council decries PQ candidates’ discriminatory comments

Yahoo News 1 April 2014
By Andy Radia

The head of the Muslim Council of Montreal is concerned about what he calls the "discriminatory" comments of some Parti Quebecois candidates in this election campaign


Florida: Judge allows word ‘terrorist’…at trial of Muslim terrorist

Creeping Sharia 1 April 2014

Federal prosecutors may expose jurors to the words “terrorist” and “terrorism” at the upcoming trial of Sami Osmakac, a federal judge says. The Pinellas Park man is accused of


Iran: Six women artists cancel their participation in exhibition in Israel

Arts Freedom 1 April 2014

It was supposed to be a group exhibition in which seven contemporary women artists from Iran were to take part. The young artists, only some of whom live in Iran, initially agreed to


Video: Megyn Kelly Exposes CAIR for Defending Violence Against Women

Answering Muslims 1 April 2014
By David Wood

It's refreshing to see someone in the media who doesn't automatically back down from the Hamas front-group CAIR (the Council on American-Islamic Relations). CAIR has been trying to shut down open discussion of honor-violence, most recently by condemning the film The Honor Diaries.


Second sunrise of Indian jihad

The Hindu 1 April 2014

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 Muslims


Hyderabad schoolboy beaten to death after Facebook tiff

India Today 1 April 2014

The old city of Hyderabad is shocked how the virtual world can ruin a real life. Angered by certain Facebook posts and messages, a 14-year-old got beaten to death by a group of six students.


How the Dallas Museum of Art Will Solve Its Islamic Problem

Front Row 1 April 2014
By Peter Simek

For an encyclopedic museum, it’s something of a feat that the Dallas Museum of Art has gone 111 years without hosting a major exhibition of Islamic art. It has been nearly 40 years since the


Judge apologises for ‘incorrect’ Muslim remark

Irish Times 1 April 2014
By Genevieve Carbery

A district court judge has apologised for an "unfortunate and incorrect remark” which he made about Muslims in court. Judge Anthony Halpin made the remark that "Muslims

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