Saudi Arabia

Interpol Alert For 47 Saudi Terror Suspects

MEMRI 14 January 2011

The international police agency, Interpol, issued an alert on January 11 to police worldwide for 47 Saudi nationals with suspected links to al-Qaeda who are wanted on terrorism charges. Interpol

 

Iranian Daily: Wahhabism Is the Dark Side of Islam

Memri 12 January 2011

The Iranian daily Javan, which is close to the Revolutionary Guards Corps, called Wahhabism "the dark side of Islam," and illustrated this with an image of a skull wearing a red keffiyeh half of

 

Saudi murderer gets beheading sentence

Brunei News 11 January 2011

A Saudi national was beheaded Monday in capital Riyadh after being convicted of murder, a media report said. A Saudi national was beheaded Monday in capital Riyadh after being convicted of

 

• EN wishes everybody a Merry Christmas!

EuropeNews December 24 2010

Here at EuropeNews, we are taking time off for celebrating Christmas with friends and family. While the need to stay vigilant for freedom isn't over, it is good to take some time off and for a while let the pure joy of Christmas blow fears and worries away. Below the break is a bit of Christmas music, recommended for all.

Also, at EN we are not "Christmas cowards" - no "Season's Greetings" or "Happy Holidays" here. Rather, we wish all our readers, as well as everybody else, an exceedingly:

Merry Christmas!

From Christmas through New Year, there will be light posting at EN.

 

Saudi Arabia girls' schools investigated over 'illegal' sports day

Telegraph 22 December 2010

The Dec 8 event involving 200 females from six Jeddah private high schools broke ministry rules against girls' sports in schools, a ministry official said. "We don't have any regulations that say

 

Muslim persecution of Christians

Catholic Insight  14 December 2010

Various examples have recently been recorded by The Voice of the Martyrs, Canada (www.persecution.net) of persecution of Catholics and other Christians in Muslim-controlled countries. The idea

 

Wikileaks shows Saudi wild party with Alcohol, drugs, sex and prostitutes

Pravda 10 December 2010

An American diplomatic document reveals a secret party of a Saudi Prince with alcohol, drugs, sex and prostitutes. In yet another flurry of secret documents of U.S. diplomacy, the site WikiLeaks

 

Saudi Arabia is biggest funder of terrorists

Independent 09 December 2010
By Rob Hastings

Saudi Arabia is the single biggest contributor to the funding of Islamic extremism and is unwilling to cut off the money supply, according to a leaked note from Hillary Clinton. The US Secretary

 

WikiLeaks: US suspected Saudi envoy of terror link

France24 07 December 2010

The United States suspected a Saudi Arabian ambassador to the Philippines of potential involvement in funding terrorists, according to US diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks this

 

Empowering Islamists

Wall Street Journal 02 December 2010
BY SHIRAZ MAHER

The East London Mosque is among Britain's most extreme Islamic institutions. Built with financial aid from Saudi Arabia, the sprawling facility is home to the London Muslim Center where incendiary preachers

 

MIDDLE EAST: Arab media play down WikiLeaks reports of support for Iran war

Babylon and Beyond 30 November 2010
By Meris Lutz

Well, this is awkward. Many of the same Arab governments that called for an investigation into U.S. war crimes based on the WikiLeaks Iraq war log continue to ignore revelations in the latest trove of leaked documents

 

Shocking cable: US says Saudi donors are chief financiers of al Qaeda

The Raw Story 30 November 2010
By John Byrne

A quick aside in a New York Times article about leaked diplomatic cables is sure to spark renewed interest about the role of the US' biggest ally in the Gulf supporting terrorism. In their wide-ranging précis of the

 

CAIR: What Now, Congress?

Anti-CAIR 29 November 2010

The truth of the founding of the Council on
American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) to support Islamist terrorists has been proven, over and over again. A sealed ruling of the Holy Land Foundation trial by Judge Jorge Solis has been unsealed and officially
reveals
what many already knew: CAIR was specifically created to support
the terrorists of
Hamas
and advance the goals of the Muslim Brotherhood.

 

Saudi dismantles 19 Qaeda cells of 25 nationalities

Al-Arabiya 29 November 2010

Saudi Arabia has arrested 149 people from 19 cells linked to al Qaeda over the past 8 months and foiled attacks against government and security officials, the Interior Ministry said on Friday. The

 

Want Human Rights? Leave the United Nations

Sultan Knish 26 November 2010
By Daniel Greenfield

Good news everybody. Saudi Arabia now has a seat on the women's board at the United Nations. That's right, a regime where it's illegal for women to drive or leave the house without being accompanied by a

 

Homophobic texts in Muslim schools

Sydney Star Observer 26 November 2010

An investigation by the BBC has found that children in Islamic weekend schools in Britain are being taught the Saudi Arabian school curriculum with textbooks containing extreme homophobic and anti-semitic

 

London warns British Muslims on Shariah in schools

The Christian Century 25 November 2010
By Al Webb

LONDON - The British government has warned a network of Islamic schools in the wake of a BBC investigation that claims extremist Shariah law is being taught to thousands of Muslim

 

Education and the Global Culture of Hate

Family Security Matters 25 November 2010

In the last part of his series, we featured a report from Ynet News, detailing how Australia has an increased amount of prejudice on campus in the state of Victoria, including verbal insults and assault. Now, a

 

The UK is going backwards in the fight against Islamist extremism

Harry’s Place 25 November 2010
By Maajid Nawaz

Muslim-run weekend schools in Britain are teaching that Jews descended from pigs and monkeys, while their textbooks demonstrate with the aid of diagrams how to amputate the limbs of a thief. Welcome to the

 

Saudi Arabia's intolerable antisemitic textbooks

The Guardian 25 November 2010
By David Goldberg

I never thought the day would come when, like the egregious Melanie Phillips and other attack dogs of the right, I might describe myself as a liberal who had been mugged by reality. But that was before

 
Syndicate content