Austrian Sentenced to 16 Months for Assaulting an Officer

The Celje Local Court sentenced Austrian citizen David Gabriel Kruse to 16 months in prison, after which he is to be extradited to Austria to be tried on 24 other accounts.


The Alliance of Civilizations Comes to Vienna 27 February 2013

Five years ago I wrote about the founding of the Alliance of Civilizations, one of innumerable Muslim Brotherhood front groups in Europe whose function is to administer


Neubauer Video: Austrian Hostage In Yemen Appeals For Ransom Money With AK-47 Pointed At His Head

TheHuffingtonPost 27 February 2013

An Austrian man taken hostage in Yemen in December has appeared in a video posted on YouTube, saying he would be killed if ransom money was not paid to a Yemeni tribe within a


Austria: Muslims Set Fire to Own Fast-Food Business and Leave 'Racist' Graffiti to Mislead Investigators

Islam versus Europe 25 February 2013

A couple of weeks ago a pizzeria owned by Albanian Muslims in Wörgl, Austria, was badly burned. A nearby building owned by a Turkish association was also set on fire. 'Racist'


Saudi Arabia behind religious center in Austria 22 February 2013

The opening last November of a Saudi-backed interfaith center in Vienna, Austria, has created speculation and controversy in the religious and human rights worlds. The


‘Austrian ambassador in Pakistan converts to Islam, ties knot with PTV anchor Sadia Afzaal’

News Tribe 22 February 2013
By Farheen Raza

Austrian Ambassador in Pakistan Axel Wech has converted to Islam and tied knot to Sadia Afzaal, famous anchor of Pakistan’s state television programme ‘News Night’, a Facebook


Austria: Repentant Journalists Offer to do Free Work for Muslim Organisations After Being Condemned for Discrimination

Islam versus Europe 6 February 2013

The Press Council has condemned the free newspaper Heute [Today] for discrimination against Muslims. 66 readers, a record number, complained about an article. Heute is now


Free Austrian daily rapped for Islamophobic article

GlobalPost 5 February 2013

Austria's media authority condemned on Monday the capital Vienna's biggest free daily newspaper Heute for an article deemed racist and insulting to Muslims. The December


Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff Stands Up For Freedom Of Expression In Bonn, Germany

Liberties Alliance 4 February 2013

Freedom of expression is the basis of all freedom and as such is an important part of the Mission of the International Civil Liberties Alliance (ICLA). Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff has been a stalwart defender of this freedom for many years.

She has also been a victim of those who want to destroy meaningful freedom of speech. The following is the speech that Elisabeth delivered at today’s event in Bonn that was organised by Bürgerbewegung Pax Europa (BPE).


Newest threat to Islam: Lego Star Wars

The Washington Times 24 January 2013
By Douglas Ernst

"Star Wars Episode VII" has started production for a summer 2015 release, but the universe is under attack now — with charges of "insensitivity" by the Turkish Cultural


Vatican Opens First Embassy in Malaysia

JakartaGlobe 18 January 2013
By Yong Yen Nie

Kuala Lumpur. The Vatican has opened its first embassy in Malaysia and appointed an American Archbishop to be the ambassador here, after the Holy See and Malaysia established


European Court finds British Airways discriminated against Christian employee

Amnesty International 16 January 2013

Today’s European Court of Human Rights ruling that British Airways discriminated against an employee over her religious beliefs firmly upholds the rights to freedom of religion


Mali Islamists hit back at French, promise long war

Jerusalem Post 15 January 2013

Al Qaeda-linked Islamist rebels launched a counter-offensive Monday in central Mali after four days of air strikes by French warplanes on their strongholds in the desert north,


Video: Did Muhammed Exist?

Channel 4 13 January 2013
By Tom Holland

"Islam: The Untold Story" is a documentary by historian Tom Holland, a well-known British author, who examines the origins of Islam and argues that there is little written historical evidence to verify truth-claims about the Muslim prophet Mohammed and the origins of Islam.


• Video: Sabatina James Christmas Interview

EuropeNews 10 January 2013

Sabatina James, an ex-Muslim of Pakistani origin, explains the dire situation for those in Pakistan and elsewhere who do not accept Islam as their religion, but are finding that Christianity is a more humanitarian religion and are putting their faith in Jesus. A human rights disaster usually ignored by our governments.

Christmas interview with Sabatina James from EuropeNews TV on Vimeo.


EU uses crisis and immigration to get more power

EuropeNews 3 January 2013
By Nicolai Sennels

To EU it is all about power. Of course EU knew about the poor economies of especially the South European countries but used the situation like any other mafia and lended even more money to them so they could use it as an excuse for demanding power over the indebted nations

Not surprisingly it was EUs own honey pot that lured populist and opportunist - and primarilly Leftist - politicians to make risky plans for the future because they knew they would share the bill for their own supersized welfare services and low production with the rest of the Euro zone - as promised by the "helpful" EU.

With rules inforced by a self appointed commission, including a president whose name only few remember, EU breaks open our national borders and force us to live with millions of people with completely other values.


Europe and the Coming Caliphate: The Profit for Islam from the Reduction of Thought

Gates of Vienna 3 January 2013

Below is the final part of a four-part translation of an article by Hans-Peter Raddatz, a well-known German author and scholar who specializes in Islamic issues. The original


ICLA’s OSCE Mission In 2012 – Reflections

ICLA December 23 2012

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The month of December is a useful time to reflect on the year that is about to pass into history.  2012 has been a year in which human rights in Western countries have suffered sustained attack.  ICLA has been at the forefront of bringing such abuses to public attention.  This does not make ICLA popular with the governments that are presiding over such activities.  Its activists may suffer unwanted attention from those with power.  However, as an organisation and as individual activists we are willing to be unpopular in the eyes of the powerful.  Even if, as individuals, we have our lives turned upside down we will continue to speak out for what is right.


• A Day of Solidarity with Persecuted Christians

EuropeNews, December 12 2012
By Henrik R. Clausen

Each year in Vienna, Austria, Christian Solidarity International organizes an event day for the sake of persectuted Christians on December 10th, the day of the Universal Human Rights Declaration.

The first event of the day was a press conference featuring Sabatina James, an aposstate from Islam who now, at the age of 30, has dedicated her life to protect Islamic women and help them to gain independence in parts of the world generally patriachial to the extreme. Predictably, Islamists in several countries disagree intensely with her activities, creating a constant need for bodyguards and police protection.


German and Austrian Parents Try to Avoid Immigrant-Enriched Schools for Their Children

Islam versus Europe 6 December 2012

The problem: many parents who want to enable their children to have a good start, send them to Volksschulen with a low proportion of foreigners. This is the verdict of a

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