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A Month in the Life of Islam in Europe

Hudson New York  6 May 2011
By Soeren Kern

The controversial Egyptian Islamic scholar Yusuf al-Qaradawi is moving to Norway to help Muslims in the polar regions of the country establish their prayer times. Qaradawi, who has been banned from

 

Ruler opens Sharjah Cultural Fest in Spain

Granada -- UAE Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah HH Sheikh Dr. Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi opened on Wednesday the Sharjah Cultural Fest in the Spanish city of

 

Spain denies recognising Libyan rebel council

Expatica 6 May 2011

Spain on Thursday denied claims by Libyan rebels that it had recognised their National Transitional Council (NTC). "There has been no change in (our) position," a foreign ministry spokeswoman

 

The Myth Behind Multiculturalism

Family Security Matters 4 May 2011
By Nancy Kobrin and Joan Lachkar

Multiculturalism, although theoretically a great utopian idea is proving to be a recipe doomed for failure like mixing vinegar and oil. The world can no longer tolerate the increase of violence such as suicide bombings, roadside bombs and along with injustices felt to be foreign to their cultures, imposed on us. With these uprisings there is increasing efforts and more countries around the world are beginning to say "no” to multiculturalism, including saying "no" to the veil.

 

Spain to boost security at embassies after bin Laden death

Expatica 4 May 2011

Spain said Tuesday it will tighten security at its embassies in North Africa, the Sahel region, Afghanistan and Pakistan following the killing of Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden by US forces. The

 

Phyllis Chesler Fund the Truth About Islam or Lose the War of Ideas

David Horowitz's NewsReal Blog 29 April 2011
By Phyllis Chesler

One cannot tell the truth or venture one’s opinion about Islam or about Muslim behaviors without risking being slandered, heckled, censored, sued, impoverished, physically attacked,

 

Video: Muslims Creating No-Go Areas in Europe

The video below was aired on CBN news. It is a shocking account of how a Parisian store-keeper, a non-Muslim, has been threatened and intimidated by Muslims to make her close her shop. She refuses, but she has had acid thrown at her, she has been raped and attacked on numerous occasions.

 

Secret plot to let 50 million African workers into EU

Express.co.uk  19 April 2011
By Nick Fagge

More than 50 million African workers are to be invited to Europe in a far-reaching secretive migration deal, the Daily Express can reveal today. A controversial taxpayer-funded "job centre”

 

Secret plot to let 50million African workers into EU

Express.co.uk  15 April 2011
By Nick Fagge

MORE than 50 million African workers are to be invited to Europe in a far-reaching secretive migration deal, the Daily Express can reveal today. A controversial taxpayer-funded "job centre”

 

Video: Spanish women can no longer go out after 8 pm because of Muslim invaders

Sheik yer’mami 14 April 2011
By Vlad Tepes

The women fear for their lives and no longer dare to venture out at night for fear of being raped by Muslim "migrants.” Sad to see that Spain is being re-conquered by the Moors.

SALT In the first line of fire

Same story in France, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Austria etc. Is there any will to break free or is the decline of Europe inevitable?

 

Spain sees tourism jump due to Arab revolts

Expatica 14 April 2011

Activity in Spain's tourism sector jumped 2.4 percent in the first quarter of the year as sunseekers shunned rival resorts in Egypt and Tunisia because of anti-government uprisings there, a trade

 

Spanish navy arrests 11 suspected Somali pirates

Expatica Netherlands 30 March 2011

The Spanish navy Tuesday arrested 11 suspected Somali pirates who had chased a Seychelles-registered fishing vessel in the Indian Ocean, the Spanish defence ministry saud.

 

The European Islamist labyrinth

International Analyst Network  23 March 2011
By Ioannis Michaletos

The Pan-European web of Islamist organizations, linked either with extremist rhetoric or actions, is not only a nexus between organizations, NGO's and individuals based in

 

Spanish parliament approves participation in Libya mission

Expatica Netherlands 23 March 2011

Spanish lawmakers voted on Tuesday in favour of the country's participation in international military operations in Libya by a wide margin as peace activists chanted "No to War" from the

 

Where Have All the Children Gone?

American Thinker 16 March 2011
By Jerome Koch

Where have all the children gone? It's a problem that Mark Steyn first addressed in his book America Alone. Other than a piece Jonathan Last recently wrote for Weekly Standard,

 

EU: Half of Europeans say Islam is a religion of intolerance

Islam in Europe 15 March 2011

The Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation published a study on intolerance and prejudice in Europe. The study "Intolerance, Prejudice and Discrimination" is available in German and English.

 

Suspected Islamic terrorist writes to an Alicante newspaper claiming his innocence

Typically Spanish  15 March 2011

Faical Errai said in the letter to Diario Información that he all he did was sell domain names for the NetA suspected Islamic terrorist who was arrested in Benitatxell by the Alicante Civil Guard

 

Spain condemns killing of Israeli settlers

Expatica 14 March 2011

Spain on Sunday condemned the killing of an Israeli family of five in the West Bank and said it hoped the attack would not lead to an escalation of violence in the region. "The Spanish government

 

Europe: 'Virginity surgery' on the rise

Deutsche-Welle 10 March 2011
By Laura Schweiger

Facing cultural and religious pressure, women are turning to hymenoplasty surgery to give the illusion that they are virgins before marriage. The operation is particularly popular among Europe's

 

Can 'Muscular Liberalism' Save the West?

American Thinker 9 March 2011
By William Sullivan

Western European leaders have been calling for the application of a more "muscular liberalism" in recent months. Their hope is that by hardening their stance on immigration, Europe will be better

 
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