Freedom of expression

Irish Journalist Peaches Geldof Dies, Morocco Among her Works

Morocco World News 8 April 2014
By Mona Badri

Rabat- Peaches Geldof, a TV presenter, journalist, and daughter of pop singer Bob Geldof, died on April 7, 2014 at the age of 25, leaving behind two sons and a husband. Police


Discussion: Muslim Women In The Islamic World

St.Luis Public Radio 7 April 2014
By Camille Phillips

In Western media, we hear reports that Muslim women are relegated to a second class, largely powerless status and are denied education, independence and employment. We hear stories of


Dearborn: Muslims claim Easter egg hunt flyers are covert plot to convert Muslim kids to Christianity

Creeping Sharia 7 April 2014
By creeping

Christian-phobia alive and well in Dearbornistan. Disguised as a discussion on separation of church and state. Of course when it comes to Islamic dawah in history books, Arabic language


New Libyan Islamist group declares war on "enemy of Allah"

Shanghai Daily 7 April 2014

BENGHAZI, April 6 (Xinhua) -- A new Islamic group said late on Saturday that its troops are being sent to the strategic town of Derna in eastern Libya to restore peace and impose sharia


Erdogan’s victory a warning to West

Al Monitor 7 April 2014

Despite the corruption allegations, Twitter ban and seemingly incriminating leaked tapes, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s Justice and Development Party (AKP) won


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


An Inferiority Complex Plus a Quest for World Domination

Gates Of Vienna 7 April 2014

Hamed Abdel-Samad is a German-Egyptian author and an apostate from Islam. Needless to say, he is the subject of innumerable death fatwas, and has to live under 24-hour police


Dutch police receives over 5,000 discrimination declarations against Wilders

New Europe 7 April 2014

In recent weeks Dutch police across the Netherlands had received around 5,000 declarations against right wing populist politician Geert Wilders for discrimination against


The GMBDR Is Dead; Long Live The GMBDW!

We have some very exciting news for readers of the Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Watch (formerly known as the Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Report). After acquiring the GMBDR


Meet Yahya Hassan, the Danish-Palestinian teen poet sensation

CS Monitor 7 April 2014
By Husna Haq

It’s the story of a Danish-Palestinian teenager who has seemingly lived a lifetime in his 18 years: abused as a child, he is a ward of the state who finds a voice in poetry, becomes


Relief In Afghanistan After Largely Peaceful Landmark Election

Afghanistan's presidential election closed on Saturday amid relief that attacks by Taliban fighters were fewer than feared for a vote that will bring the first-ever democratic transfer of power


UN welcomes Turkey’s lifting of social media

Hurriyet Daily News 7 April 2014

The United Nations has welcomed a Turkish court order lifting restrictions on YouTube on April 4. A spokesman for the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, Rupert Colville, said: “We


Iran: Signals of growing musical freedom of expression

Arts Freedom 7 April 2014

With women singing on stage and a playlist of Western pop songs sung in English during performances of ‘The Last Days of March’ in Tehran, Iranian musicians are breaking new ground


CAIR’s Jihad against Honor Diaries

Family Security Matters 7 April 2014
By Andrew C. McCarthy

Honor Diaries is an important film that explores the brutality and systematic inequality faced by women in Muslim-majority societies. It features both believing Muslim women, like Dr. Qanta


Bangladeshi-American Writer Censored, Threatened by Radical Islamist

An online Bangladeshi bookseller has pulled the books of an American writer after receiving death threats from a radical Islamist. stopped selling books by Avijit Roy


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.


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.


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.


5,000 complaints filed against Dutch populist Wilders

Times of Israel 5 April 2014

Dutch police have received around 5,000 complaints of discrimination against populist Geert Wilders after he called for “fewer Moroccans,” the prosecutor’s office said Thursday.

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