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


Did Sarkozy take millions from Gaddafi?

Independent Online 7 July 2014
By Andrew Malone

As he was driven away from police cells in a black saloon with tinted windows on Wednesday, the diminutive, unkempt passenger in the back seat could have been mistaken for a


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


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


The Organized Muslim Invasion of Europe

The Muslim Issue 6 July 2014

The Muslim invasion routes are increasingly organized. The networks of Muslim invasion are improving and generate considerable revenue on top of conquered space. France has


‘Jihad cool’: an Islamist version of Occupy

spiked 6 July 2014
By Frank Furedi

Throughout the West, we are hearing stories about young Muslims who turn from party animals focused on having a good time into zealous holy warriors off on a mission to turn


Europe Takes One More Step Toward Eliminating the Burqa

Breitbart 6 July 2014
By Dr. Phyllis Chesler

On July 1, 2014, the European Court of Human Rights upheld the 2010 French burqa ban, a religion-neutral piece of legislation which eliminates face masks. By a "majority” vote


Human rights court upholds French law banning full-face Islamic veil

TrustLaw 5 July 2014

The European Court of Human Rights upholds France's ban on wearing full-face Islamic veils in public. Tuesday's ruling dismisses a case brought by a French woman against the


The Terrorists Are Among Us

Gatestone Institute 4 July 2014
By Geert Wilders

In several Western countries, the authorities are concerned about the security risk posed by young Muslim immigrants who went to Syria and Iraq to wage jihad and are now


Algerians gone wild - again

GalliaWatch 4 July 2014

On Thursday June 26, Algeria and Russia ended their soccer match in a tie, 1-1. As a result of this non-defeat Algeria qualified for the 8th finals, a first in their history.


European Court Says France's Ban on Full-Face Veils Is Legal

Newsweek 4 July 2014

STRASBOURG/PARIS - The European Court of Human Rights upheld France's 2010 ban on full-face veils in public on Tuesday but acknowledged the law could appear excessive


Europe's rights court upholds French burqa ban

Deutsche Welle 4 July 2014

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) on Tuesday dismissed arguments that France's 2010 ban on the full-face veil was a breach of religious freedom contravening the


Why is This Not Betrayal?

Gates of Vienna 1 July 2014
By Fjordman

It is dismissed as a "crazy conspiracy theory” if one suggests that Western political elites actively support the Islamization of Europe and the Western world. Yet one might argue that this is not a conspiracy theory — or even a theory — merely an observation.


Islamic Values vs. Judeo-Christian Values

FrontPage Magazine 1 July 2014
By Nonie Darwish

My dear friend Ali Sina mentioned in his most recent article that a Muslim professor, Hossein Askari, believes that Western nations lead the World in "Islamic values” and that most Muslim nations practice the least Islamic values.


France’s Homegrown Jihadists 1 July 2014
By Sylvie Kauffmann

PARIS — When Dominique Bons speaks with her soft Toulouse accent, there is something tragic and dignified about this thin blond woman, recently retired from the military. Last


Brussels shooter contests extradition from France

i24news 1 July 2014

Suspect's lawyers reportedly received assurances he would not be extradited to Israel A French-Algerian man suspected of carrying out a deadly shooting at the Jewish Museum


France denounces Egyptian sentences against journalists

GlobalPost 27 June 2014

PARIS -- France on Monday denounced Egyptian court's mass death sentences of Muslim Brotherhood supporters, and up to ten-year jail terms against journalists,


Europe faces 'greatest terror threat ever' from jihadists in Iraq and Syria

CNN International 27 June 2014
By Paul Cruickshank and Tim Lister

The city of Cannes on the French Riviera is best known as a hang-out of the rich, and for its film festival, not as a terrorist hide-out. But police recently swooped on an


French Muslim leaders start drive to combat violent extremism

RFI 25 June 2014

An group of muslim religious leaders in south eastern France met in Avignon on Wednesday to discuss ways of stopping young people from turning towards violent extremism. The


French minister: Brussels museum shooter no ‘lone wolf’ 25 June 2014

France’s interior minister said he believes the Frenchman suspected of killing four people at the Jewish Museum of Belgium should not be considered a "lone wolf.” Bernard

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