Sharia

Two banned Hizb ut-Tahrir activists held with leaflets

The Daily Star 7 July 2014

Police yesterday arrested two activists of outlawed Hizb ut-Tahrir from Mendibag area of Shylhet city while they were distributing leaflets. The arrested are Syed Tanvir

 

More than 60 women, girls escape Islamist abductors in Nigeria

ibnlive 7 July 2014

Maiduguri: More than 60 women and girls abducted last month by suspected Boko Haram militants in northeast Nigeria have escaped their captors, sources have said.

 

Remember ‘Sex Jihad’? Egyptian Cleric Claims the Muslim Brotherhood Has Taken it to a New Level With This Fatwa

TheBlaze 7 July 2014
By Erica Ritz

The Tunisian interior minister warned in September of 2013 that women were traveling to Syria to engage in “sex jihad,” where they hoped to assist in the war against President Bashar

 

Municipal Council of Bulgaria’s Peshtera votes down report on noisy Muslim prayers

Focus News 7 July 2014

Municipal Council of the Bulgarian town of Peshtera voted down the report filed against the loudspeakers of the local mosque. Municipal councillor with Ataka party, Atanas

 

Lars Hedegaard among the producers of new anti-Islam animation

The Copengahen Post 7 July 2014
By Christian Wenande

The controversial Danish anti-Islamist Lars Hedegaard is among the backers of a new controversial animation film about the life of the Islamic prophet Mohammed and his marriage

 

Morocco sends 160 imams to lead prayers in France’s mosques

Morocco World News 7 July 2014
By Larbi Arbaoui

According to the French website Saphirnews, Mohammed Moussaoui, president of the Union of Mosques in France (UMF), said that 160 Moroccan imams were sent to fill in the gap in

 

Blackburn halal food firm seals Euro deal

Lancashire Telegraph 7 July 2014
By Bill Jacobs

EXPANDING Blackburn halal food manufacturer KQF has agreed a series of new deals providing a strong foothold in Europe. It has just sealed an agreement to sell it products

 

Bulgaria president hosts Muslims for iftar meal

World Bulletin 7 July 2014

The president of Bulgaria, Rosen Plevneliev, has made a landmark move in the former Communist country by being the first president to provide an iftar (fast-breaking) evening

 

Austrian parliament to discuss banning the burka after European Court of Human Rights upholds French rules

Daily Mail 7 July 2014
By Chris Pleasance

Politicians in Austria are set to introduce a motion to ban burkas after the European Court of Human Rights upheld French rules barring people from covering their face in

 

Video: Terror Suspect’s Progression Captured On Social Media

CBS Denver 7 July 2014

DENVER - The progression of Shannon Conley’s involvement with a radical Islamic group was captured on her social media postings. Conley, 19, from Arvada, was arrested

 

Russia's Corruption Stokes ISIS Terrorism

The Moscow Times 7 July 2014
By Ivan Sukhov

Ramadan began in Moscow on June 28, as it did throughout the Arab world. When that period of fasting ends one month later, tens of thousands of believers will gather at each of

 

The Lost Spring: U.S. Policy in the Middle East

Gatestone Institute 7 July 2014
By Walid Phares

As soon as the Soviet Union collapsed, the West in general, and America in particular were targeted by the jihadist movements. Some consisted of Al-Qaeda and the Taliban, and others consisted of a different type of jihadism: the Iranian regime.

 
 

Muslim Leader: To prevent AIDS ban CONDOM

In a desperate attempt to curb expansion of HIV and AIDS in the Malawian society, Muslim traditional leaders have demanded a ban on condom use for unmarried people, arguing it

 

Australia parties stand by Bendigo mosque plans

World Bulletin 7 July 2014

In the Austalian state of Victoria, two major political parties have thrown their support behind the construction of a controversial mosque that has divided a regional

 

Op-Ed: Connecting the Dots

Arutz Sheva 6 July 2014
By Joe David

Call the enemy what you like – radicals, fundamentalists, Islamic terrorists, jihadists, or, historically, just plain Muslims. Connect the dots to their past activities, and you will uncover a disturbing pattern: a fanatical commitment to eliminating infidels.

 

Freedom Party calls for burqa ban

The Local 6 July 2014

Austria's Freedom Party (FPÖ) is calling for a ban on burqas, after the Strasbourg-based European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) backed France's rules on religious headgear on

 

Denmark may enact French burqa ban

The Copengahen Post 6 July 2014
By Andreas Jakobsen

A ban on people wearing clothing that covers their face in public, like a burqa or niqab, may find its way to Denmark following a landmark decision at the European Court of

 

Sharia Wars

CultureWatch 6 July 2014
By Bill Muehlenberg

Boy, it seems that if you simply sneeze you will miss another batch of worrying sharia stories. I simply cannot keep up with all the cases of stealth jihad and creeping sharia

 

Video: 'We will take Spain back': Syrian jihadists

The Local 6 July 2014

A top Spanish official has said country's security forces were remaining "vigilant" after two Syrian jihadists posted a video in which they promised to reclaim Spain in the

 
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