Belgium

Al-Qaeda operative extradited to U.S. from Belgian prison

Examiner.com 7 October 2013

An Islamist who served 12-years in custody after being arrested by police in Belgium is now in Washington, D.C., to face terrorism charges within the U.S. federal court system,

 

Groundbreaking ceremony of a mosque in Belgium

worldbulletin 7 October 2013

Turkish Minister of EU Affairs and the Chief Negotiator Egemen Bagis attended Thursday the groundbreaking ceremony of a mosque in Anvers province of Belgium. (continue reading...)

 

Louboutin opposes anti-Islam campaign

fashionunited.co.uk 7 October 2013

French designer Christian Louboutin is asking a Belgian court to kill a far-right campaign using his iconic stilettos for a poster denouncing Islam, the Belga news agency

 

Belgium anti-Semitism reaches new heights

Heritage Florida Jewish News 7 October 2013
By Isi Leibler

I have devoted numerous columns of late to the tsunami of anti-Semitism sweeping throughout Western Europe, noting that aside from the frenziedly anti-Semitic Islamic

 

Secure Freedom Radio: Confronting The Dangers Of Radical Islam in Europe

Center for Security Policy 1 October 2013
By Stephen Coughlin, Liz Schmidt, Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff, Ned May

STEPHEN COUGHLIN, of the Center for Security Policy, joins Frank from the OSCE human rights conference in Warsaw in a special two part segment to update listeners on some of the issues taking center stage there.

 
 

Anti-Semitism in Belgium Hits New High

the Algemeiner 30 September 2013
Isi Leibler

I have devoted numerous columns of late to the tsunami of anti-Semitism sweeping throughout Western Europe, noting that aside from the frenziedly anti-Semitic Islamic

 

Freedom of Expression is a Human Right

Stresemann Foundation 27 September 2013


The OSCE considers freedom of expression a fundamental human right

This freedom may only be limited in order to safeguard other basic rights, such as human dignity, for a very good reason: freedom of expression is the foundation for other human rights, especially freedom of religion, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly as well as academic freedom. Without the freedom to voice opinions publicly and freely receive information, all other freedoms would not exist.

 

Vlaams Belang Party’s second advertising campaign for ‘Women Against Islamization’

barenakedislam 26 September 2013

Last year the conservative Vlaams Belang party launched a movement called ‘Women Against Islamization’ with a controversial poster featuring party leader Filip Dewinter’s

 

Dr. Christine Schirrmacher Speaks on Direction of 'Islam in Europe' for Ambassadors from Muslim Majority Countries in Brussels

Crossmap Christian News 25 September 2013

At the invitation of the "Forum Brussels International" and the Brussel's office of the political foundation Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung, Christine Schirrmacher, Ph.D., well known German professor of Islamic Studies and Executive Director of the International Institute of Islamic Studies of the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA), spoke on the topic of "Islam in Europe - Politicization or Integration?" for ambassadors of several Muslim majority countries accredited to the Europen Union, among them the ambassadors of Turkey, Egypt, Malaysia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as to a group of politicians, Middle East experts, leaders of human rights organizations and journalists.

 

Anti-Semitism in Belgium reaches new heights

Jerusalem Post 25 September 2013
By ISI LEIBLER

I have devoted numerous columns of late to the tsunami of anti-Semitism sweeping through Western Europe, noting that aside from the frenziedly anti-Semitic Islamic extremists,

 

Belgian Mayors Release Manual on how to Combat Jihad Tendencies among Muslim Youth

Islam versus Europe 19 September 2013
By Cheradenine Zakalwe

Antwerp City Hall today presented a brochure that might help local authorities and civil society organisations combat latent Muslim radicalism among youths. The manual is an

 

Conference held in EU parliament building in support of West Bank settlements

Jerusalem Post 18 September 2013
By TOVAH LAZAROFF

Samaria Regional Council Chairman Gershon Mesika and his deputy, Yossi Dagan, were guests at a conference on the harmful impact of the EU’s policies against West Bank

 

Stalking the Mythical Islamophobe, Part 4

Gates of Vienna 17 September 2013
By Baron Bodissey

This post is the fourth in a series about the Turkish definition of the word "Islamophobia” presented at the OSCE meeting in Vienna on July 12, 2013. Previously: Part 1, Part

 

Jew Hatred Officially Backed by Belgium

Gatestone Institute 17 September 2013
By Peter Martino

Belgian children aged 6 to 12 are being instilled with a hatred for Jews that is so deep, that one day "Never Again" might indeed become "Over Again," and with the same

 

UN report: Societies that traditionally give men power over women create rapists...

Islam versus Europe 12 September 2013
By Nicolai Sennels

They manage to avoid the I and M words. Of course. But it is still a direct attack on Islamic cultures and Muslim men's sexual behaviour. Please note that the countries

 

Europe: Treating Homeschoolers Like Terrorists

Gatestone Institute 11 September 2013
By Peter Martino

One of the largest Jewish schools in Belgium is at risk of losing its state recognition and subsidies because it is "too conservative." Meanwhile, the Belgians have opened

 

Belgian Equality Minister on Syrian Refugees: "We should do what Sweden has done ... there are six million people to help!"

Islam versus Europe 11 September 2013
By Cheradenine Zakalwe

Joëlle Milquet, Belgian deputy prime minister and minister for the equality of opportunities, thinks Belgium should do more to help Syrian refugees. There are two

 

Video: BOMBSHELL! Belgian Journalist held prisoner in Syria confirms that the poison gas attack was carried out by FSA ‘rebels,’

Bare Naked Islam 10 September 2013

Not that this is likely to have any effect on the al-Qaeda supporter hell-bent on bombing Syria.

 

Guest Column: Bombing Into Unintended Consequences in Syria

The Investigative Project on Terrorism 4 September 2013
By Abigail R. Esman

In the Netherlands these days, politicians discuss revoking the passports of citizens who join the opposition to Bashar al-Assad's government in Syria. In Belgium, the

 
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