Israel's foreign minister has ordered ministry officials to summon Turkey's ambassador in Israel and protest to him over a Turkish TV series that reportedly portrays Israeli soldiers murdering innocent children.
DanielPipes.org 15 Oct 2009
The Council on American-Islamic Relations has, since its founding in 1994, served as the Islamist movement in North America's most high-profile, belligerent, manipulative, and aggressive agency. From its headquarters in Washington, D.C., CAIR also sets the agenda and tone for the entire Wahhabi lobby.
UN Watch 28 Sept 2009
Iran attacks UN Watch for exposing its human rights abuses. Speech delivered by Nazanin Afshin Jam, co-founder of Stop Child Executions, before the UN Human Rights Council, September 16, 2009.
A recent children's television program broadcast from Gaza teaches Muslim Arab children several different vocabulary words for "slaughtering" the Jews in the Land of Israel. The theme is hardly new for the
EuropeNews 24 Sept 2009
By Henrik R Clausen
A friend of mine asked me recently what kind of crisis we'd need to make people wake up to the increasing risk from the Stealth Jihad – something like another Muhammad cartoon, or something dramatic with many people dead or wounded? Good question indeed.
Now, one basic principle underlies my opinion of this: I don't like killing. Sure, another huge terrorist attack would call headlines and make lots of people aware of the risk of radical Islam. But would it help? I doubt it.
TheThirdJihad.com 24 Sept 2009
The producers of the award-winning documentary film, Obsession: Radical Islam’s War Against the West, and its hard-hitting sequel, The Third Jihad, are troubled to learn that the Council Rock High School in Newtown, Pennsylvania, was pressured into dropping Obsession from its lesson plan by its local CAIR chapter.
Germany will walk out of the U.N. General Assembly if Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad denies the Holocaust in a speech he will give Wednesday, and it wants other European Union countries to do the
CompassDirect 23 Sept 2009
At an annual anti-Israel rally, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad repeated his belief that the Holocaust was a 'lie' and said that Israel 'would not last long.' His comments come ahead of a meeting with the U.S. on Iran's nuclear program.
Ahead of an October 1 meeting with the U.S. to discuss Iran's nuclear program, among other topics, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad attended an annual anti-Israel rally in Tehran on Friday - vowing that Israel "will not last long."
He has produced a report which, as anticipated, finds that Israel committed all the ‘war crimes’ during Operation Cast Lead of which his Mission members had decided it was guilty before even starting their deliberations, along with the NGOs whose unremitting hostility and malice towards Israel and history of peddling Palestinian propaganda as fact did not deter the Mission from uncritically accepting their evidence as the truth, thus finding Hamas guilty of no crimes at all -- except one.
Islam Watch 14 September 2009
By Dr. Babu Suseelan
Destructive instinct is inherent to humans, but thanks to our intelligence, values, spiritual philosophy and formula of coexisence, we progressed toward civilization. But, thanks to Islamic teachings, some Muslims fail to follow that path, making them terrorists ...
Islamic indoctrination for terrorismThe destructive instinct is in every human being. It is true, nevertheless, courageous application of our intelligence, values, spiritual philosophy and formula for co-existence led to the logical progression toward civilization. We were able to face disease, destruction, war, accidents, and natural calamities.
A German university student was fined 300 euros by a district court in the western German city of Bochum on Wednesday. Her crime - waving an Israeli flag near an anti-Israel demonstration in January.
Berlingske Tidende 08 September 2009
By Troels Mylenberg
The Danish Member of Parliament Martin Henriksen suggests that Denmark demands Islamic countries to issue an apology for oppression of women, stoning and assaults on civil liberties.
In response to the frequent Islamic demands for apologies and withdrawals, the latest being from the Saudi lawyer Faisal A.Z. Yamani towards Danish newspapers reprinting the Muhammad cartoons, the Danish Peoples' Party now takes aim in the opposite direction.