Video: Foaming-at-the-mouth Muslim Brotherhood supporters storm London university lecture on Egypt

Bare Naked Islam 15 November 2013

A guest lecture at a London university was shut down when Muslim thugs backing Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood and deposed president Mohamed Morsi forced the speaker off the stage.


European Slaves in The Islamic Empire

scularafrican 11 November 2013

There are key differences between the Atlantic Slave Trade and the Eastern Slave Trade (aka Arab/ Islamic Slave Trade). While the Atlantic Slave Trade focused on transporting Black Africans to the New World to provide domestic and industrial labour, the Eastern Slave Trade was not race based.


Al Jazeera Picks Up Hotel Tab for Muslim Brotherhood Leaders

FrontPage Magazine 11 November 2013
By Daniel Greenfield

I don’t know why Qatar couldn’t just directly pay for the rooms instead of routing it through Al Jazeera, which is its toy anyway. All this does is further delegitimize Al


Egypt court upholds ruling to ban Brotherhood

The Times of Israel 11 November 2013
By Sarah El Deeb

CAIRO — A court in Egypt upheld Wednesday an earlier ruling that banned the Muslim Brotherhood and ordered its assets confiscated, the state news agency reported. The


Report: Al Jazeera Paying for Exiled Muslim Brotherhood Leaders’ Hotel Rooms

Washington Free Beacon 11 November 2013
By Adam Kredo

Al Jazeera officials are keeping quiet following reports that the Qatari-owned news organization is funding hotel suites for the exiled senior leaders of Egypt’s Muslim


Less than 20 Jews left in Egypt

Elder of Ziyon 11 November 2013

Most sources say that there are around 100 Jews left in Egypt. But an interview with the new leader of Egypt's Jewish community, the rabidly anti-Zionist Magda Haroun,


Egyptian court upholds Muslim Brotherhood ban 7 November 2013
By Hadeel Al Shalchi

CAIRO - Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood failed in an attempt on Wednesday to overturn a court ruling banning it, the state news agency said, another blow to the


Muslim Brotherhood Operatives in the U.S. Named by Egyptian Newspaper

creepingsharia 4 November 2013
By Raymond Ibrahim.

Exposed: Muslim Brotherhood Operatives in the U.S. El Watan, one of Egypt’s most widely circulated and read newspapers, has published a report discussing the Muslim


Egyptians split over trial for former president Morsi

BBC News 4 November 2013
By Yolande Knell & Wael Hussein

After Egypt's military removed President Mohammed Morsi from office on 3 July in response to mass demonstrations, his supporters gathered in the Cairo district of Nasr


Egypt’s Religious Persecutions

American Center for Democracy 31 October 2013
By Rachel Ehrenfeld

On August 22, 2013, Dr. Abdel Hadi al-Qasi, Egypt’s predominant Sufi leader, speaking on behalf of ‘millions of Sufis in Egypt’, made the following statement: ”President


Al-Jazeera's not-so-secret agenda

Israel Hayom 31 October 2013
By Dr. Reuven Berko

Amira El-Adly is a young intellectual Egyptian woman who is equally sharp-tongued and charming. She boldly represents the National Salvation Front, which supports General


Turkey Plays Host to Embattled MB Officials

Modern Tokyo Times 31 October 2013

As if further evidence of Turkey’s Islamist agenda is needed, the Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Watch points to a recent article saying Turkey has become the focal point for Brotherhood deliberations and meetings following Egypt’s crackdown on the movement.


Free Sherif Gaber Now

Waleed Al-Husseini of the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain just informed me that a young Egyptian atheist who posted on his Facebook page has been arrested for his atheism


'Puppy Bombs' Rescued from Egyptian Violence

Arutz Sheva 31 October 2013
By Ari Yashar

Two puppies from Egypt were rescued just moments before they were to be used by the Muslim Brotherhood in their protests as "puppy bombs" dipped in gasoline and set on


Obama Loses the Middle East

FrontPage Magazine 30 October 2013
By Daniel Greenfield

There are things that Obama just doesn’t understand. Like math. And health care. And alliances. Alliances are as vital to foreign policy as a website that works is to online


Anti-Christian violence and the silence of "moderate" Muslims

Asia News 24 October 2013
By Piero Gheddo

Just as attacks occurred two days ago in Egypt, many more have occurred in Philippines, Central Africa, Mali, Nigeria, and Syria in recent months. Most believers in Allah and


Wedding massacre stuns Egypt

Times Of Malta 24 0ctober 2013

Egypt’s Christians have been stunned by a drive-by shooting in which masked gunmen sprayed a wedding party outside a Cairo church killing four people, including two young girls.


The Arab Schindler: Family of first ever Arab honoured for saving a Jew from Nazis rejects prize…

Daily Mail 23 October 2013
By Allan Hall

The family of the first ever Arab honoured for saving a Jew from the Nazi Holocaust and helping others with medical treatment have rejected the accolade because of their hatred for Israel.


The Muslim Brotherhood’s Man in the White House

FrontPage Magazine 23 October 2013
By Robert Spencer

When the State Department announced early in October that it was cutting hundreds of millions in military and other aid to Egypt, it was yet another manifestation of Barack


A bad fit: Islam and democracy at home and abroad

The Commentator 21 October 2013
By Vincent Cooper

Can Egypt, or indeed can any Muslim state ever embrace democracy as we understand and practise it in the West? For many years now, a defining feature of Western foreign policy

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