Minorities' rights

Muslim "Refugees” in Italy Reject Pasta, Demand Food from Own Countries

Frontpage Mag 1 September 2014
By Daniel Greenfield

This is what Muslim Supremacism looks like. It’s an endless sense of entitlement. The boatloads of migrants aren’t refugees, they’re colonists. And like all colonists, they

 

Basting Turkey's New Prime Minister

Daniel Pipes 1 September 2014
By Daniel Pipes

As Recep Tayyip Erdogan ascends today to the presidency of Turkey, his hand-picked successor, Ahmet Davutoglu, simultaneously assumes Erdogan's old job of prime minister. What

 

Toughen up UK's defences against terror, warns Cabinet minister

London Evening Standard 1 September 2014

The UK's defences against jihadis from Britain and across western Europe need to be stiffened up, a senior Cabinet minister has insisted as David Cameron prepared to set out

 

'Anti-Semitism is poisonous': hundreds gather for rally against anti-Jewish attacks

Express 1 September 2014
By Max Evans

The newly-formed Campaign Against Anti-Semitism (CAAS) says Jewish people in Britain are facing "levels of anti-Semitism not seen in this country for almost a century".

 

Islamic State: Winning Over Next Generation of Jihadis

The Clarion Project 1 September 2014
By Ryan Mauro

The Islamic State is winning over the next generation of Sunni jihadists for two main reasons: Success and "coolness.” Many Islamic State supporters are foul-mouthed, highly

 

Inside the Beslan School Siege, 10 Years On Read more: Inside the Beslan School Siege 10 Years On - LightBox http://lightbox.tim

Time Light Box 1 September 2014
By Katya Cengel

They were dressed in their best, little girls in spotless white ruffled pinafores and boys in freshly pressed dress shirts buttoned to the collar. It was September 1, 2004, the

 

Ombudsman says banning the hijab at school is discrimination

Prague Post 27 August 2014

Sabatová stands up for Somali and Afghan girls who were banned from wearing their headscarves at a medical school in Prague Prague, Aug. 26 (ÈTK) — Czech ombudsman Anna

 

Au revoir, France

American Thinker 27 August 2014
By Carol Brown

If you ever doubted the direction France is headed, you need doubt no more. The headline reads: "One in six French people say they support ISIS”. Holy halal cow! That’s a lot of people (and I use that term loosely). So much for the narrative of the "moderate Muslim.”

 

The Historic Visit of Five Patriarchs to North Iraq

Assyrian International News Agency 27 August 2014
By Peter BetBasoo

On Wednesday, August 20 five Patriarchs from the Middle East visited Arbel in north Iraq to show support for the beleaguered Assyrian Christian community (AINA 2014-08-21) and

 

Muslim leader 'appalled' by suspected jihadists

The Local 26 August 2014

In an interview with the Austrian national Ö1 radio on Sunday, quoted by the Austrian ÖRF television teletext, Sanac said he was shocked that, according to the interior

 

Dutch Official Calls ISIS "A Zionist Plot"

The Gatestone Institute 26 August 2014
By Evelyn Markus

The charge of "Islamophobia" is being used to silence people, so that any opposition will be neutralized before it can even start. On Tuesday last week, Yasmina Haifi, an

 

The "Brad Pitt” of Muslim clerics demonstrates the principle of taqiyya (lying)

Allen B. West 26 August 2014
By Allen West


There’s a reason why UK Prime Minister David Cameron decided to cut his vacation short — he realizes there’s an Islamic jihadist problem in his country.

 

Islamic State: "We Will Take Spain Back"

The Gatestone Institute 26 August 2014
By Soeren Kern

Calls to reconquer al-Andalus are becoming more frequent and more strident. "Clearly Spain forms part of the strategic objectives of global jihad. We are not the only ones

 

Erdogan Has a Tough Job

Daniel Pipes 26 August 2014
By Daniel Pipes

Part of this interview appeared on Aug. 14 in Aydinlik, a Turkish newspaper; the rest will shortly follow. Click here for it. The text below is that of the full

 

Borobudur, Islamists target Indonesia’s most important Buddhist temple

AsiaNews 26 August 2014
By Mathias Hariyadi

The complex, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, risks being destroyed like the Buddhas of Bamiyan. Authorities strengthen security measures. Citizens invited to participate in the

 

President Erdogan and the gender repercussions of political Islam

openDemocracy 25 August 2014
By Dila Gurses

Can a new victorious president, ready to transform Turkey, sustain a Muslim modernity while bypassing the individual rights and liberties of women and gay citizens?

 

Iraqi Archbishop: ‘I Have Lost My Diocese to Islam; You in the West Will Also Become Victims of Muslims’

creepingsharia 25 August 2014

The exiled Chaldean Catholic archbishop of Mosul, Iraq, is warning westerners about welcoming an increasing number of Muslims into their countries, naively believing that they

 

Join conference of a life-time On the Religious-Right, Secularism and Civil Rights

Join conference of a life-time On the Religious-Right, Secularism and Civil Rights 11-12 October 2014 The Tower Hotel, St Katharine’s Way, London E1W 1LD, UK Join notable

 

Who wants to live in the paradise of an Islamic state?

Times Of India 24 August 2014
By Mrutyuanjai Mishra

Yes, the so-called Caliphate. Would you like to live in the paradise of an Islamic state with full-blown sharia? I mean the self-proclaimed State of ISIS or IS as they like to

 

Islamic Extremists Pushing for Sharia Law in London

JSpace News 24 August 2014
By Shira Kipnees

Islamists are trying to enforce their severe Sharia law code of conduct in London in order to drag "enveloped in sin” Britain to a sin-free society by any means necessary, from

 
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