Minorities' rights

Indonesia Destroying Churches as Islamist Influence Grows

The Clarion Project 11 June 2014
By Ryan Mauro

Churches are being shut down in Indonesia at a rate of 40 per year, according to an Indonesian think-tank promoting religious tolerance. Despite its reputation for moderation,


Music by Armenian composer banned in Baku

Arts Freedom 11 June 2014

Organisers of the forthcoming European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships, which is held in Azerbaijan’s capital Baku, have asked the Belarusian team to refrain from playing


Psychology: Why do Muslims sometimes become more criminal when there are many together?

The Jihad Watch 10 June 2014
By Nicolai Sennels

New research show that refugee boys have greater tendency to become criminal, if they live in an area with many other criminal foreigners. The research is done by the


All schools must promote 'British values', says Michael Gove

The Guardian 10 June 2014
By Richard Adams, Patrick Wintour and Steven Morris

Michael Gove, the education secretary, has seized on a finding by Ofsted that a "culture of fear and intimidation" existed in some Birmingham schools by announcing that the


Muslims attack French Jewish Teens with Axes in Paris

Atlas Shrugs 10 June 2014
By Pamela Geller

Why aren’t interfaith groups protesting these vicious Muslim Jew-haters? "Jewish Teens Escape Axe Attack Near Paris,” The Forward, June 8, 2014 (thanks to


Turkey’s intra-Islamic witch hunt

Al Monitor 10 June 2014
By Mustafa Akyol

"If this is called a witch hunt, then yes, we perform a witch hunt,” said Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan at a May 10 "consultation and assessment meeting” of his


Crisis in Turkey: The human cost of corruption and authoritarianism

FOX News 10 June 2014
By Y. Alp Aslandogan

A year after the use of brutal force against Gezi Park protestors in Istanbul, the world remains stunned at the Turkish government’s brutal reaction to legitimate democratic


Birmingham schools acused of harbouring radical Islam

News Talk ZB 10 June 2014
By Alexia Russell

Six of Britain's so called "Trojan schools", accused of letting in Islamic extremism and changing the way they teach, have been placed under special measures. 21 schools in


Erdogan’s Kurdish dilemma

Hurriyet Daily News 10 June 2014

The government of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has done more than any previous Turkish government in trying to address the country’s Kurdish problem. The social,


Dutch Asylum Policy Attracts Foreigners

Former Parliamentarian Hans Gualtherie van Weezel is departing chairman of the commission which supervises the return of asylum seekers. He said that while the Dutch law


New York Times Censors Ad Decrying Islamist Censorship

The Investigative Project On Terrorism 10 June 2014
By Steven Emerson

The New York Times has become complicit in a stealth jihad against free speech in the United States undertaken by Islamists and their sympathizers who masquerade as "civil


New York: Terror suspect is nephew of terror-linked Muslim convicted of funneling $22M overseas

Creeping Sharia 10 June 2014

When Abad Elfgeeh was arrested in Brooklyn in 2003, there were suspicions of his deep involvement in a terrorism network. The ice cream shop owner was alleged to have funneled


Gantz: IDF gets set to target 50,000 Al Qaeda fighters piling up around Israel in Syria and Iraq

DEBKA file 10 June 2014

IDF Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz’s cryptic remark Monday, June 6, that "The Israeli Air Force will next month dramatically change its mode of operation,” meant that a


Filipino Pastors Tortured, Sentenced to Death in Muslim Qatar

FrontPage Magazine 10 June 2014
By Daniel Greenfield

Qatar is the totalitarian state behind Al Jazeera. It is closely entangled with Al Qaeda and other Islamic terrorist groups which is why Obama used it to arrange the Bergdahl


Iraq: Dozens Killed in Sunni-Shia Bombings as Terrorists Storm University

Answering Muslims 10 June 2014
By David Wood

Americans have a theory: Take out the tyrant, and democracy will flourish, because people just want democracy. So we invaded Iraq, captured Saddam Hussein, and helped establish


Critics say Qatar is not a suitable venue to hold the 2022 FIFA World Cup

The Times of India 10 June 2014

Quite apart from the anxiety about Brazil's readiness to host the 2014 FIFA World Cup, beginning later this week, there's also growing unease about the 2022 Cup. A chorus of


All children will be taught British values of liberty and tolerance from September after a series of reports revealed yesterday

The Times 10 June 2014
By Greg Hurst

All children will be taught British values of liberty and tolerance from September after a series of reports revealed yesterday how strict Islamic ideology had been imposed on


EU and UK: Stabbing and beheading while praising Allah is not "religiously inspired terrorism”

The Jihad Watch 5 June 2014
By Nicolai Sennels

A small detail in EuroPol’s report "European Union Terrorism Situation and Trend Report 2014” underlines the cowardice of the EU and the UK when it comes to confronting Islamic


‘We are Not Afraid’ Says Mother of Jewish Brothers Brutally Beaten Outside Paris Synagogue

The Algemeiner 5 June 2014
By Shiryn Ghermezian

The mother of two Jewish brothers, who are recovering after being severely beaten on Saturday night outside of a Paris synagogue, told The Algemeiner on Thursday that her


The Week Europe Died

FrontPage Magazine 5 June 2014
By Michael Widlanski

You may not have noticed, but, over the weekend, Europe died. "The First World” basically succumbed to a long illness. It gave up the ghost as an economic force, as a culture and even as a continental political entity.

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