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Muslim "Refugees” in Italy Reject Pasta, Demand Food from Own Countries

Frontpage Mag 1 September 2014
By Daniel Greenfield

This is what Muslim Supremacism looks like. It’s an endless sense of entitlement. The boatloads of migrants aren’t refugees, they’re colonists. And like all colonists, they

 

Rotherham child sex scandal resulted in 100 babies as abuse victim reveals she fell pregnant TWICE

The Mirror 1 September 2014
By Simon Wright

Teenage girls raped in the Rotherham child sex abuse scandal gave birth to more than 100 babies. Scores more children as young as 13 ­miscarried or were forced to have

 

Muslim Rape in Rotherham

Islamophobia 1 September 2014
By Bob Unruh

The failure of British authorities to act on the horrific, long-term sexual abuse of 1,400 children in one area over a 16-year period because the culprits mostly were Pakistani Muslims has reportedly outraged the world, including the United Kingdom’s Pakistani community.

 

Sikh outrage over despicable ‘politically correct’ habit the British media have of calling Muslims "Asians” instead of what they

Bare Naked Islam 1 September 2014

Sikh Federation in Britain accuse mainstream UK media of ignoring efforts to get them to stop using the generic (and virtually always erroneous) term ‘Asian’ when, in fact

 

Turkish ex-mufti on Muhammad: "So many people can’t live properly because of him”

The Jihad Watch 1 September 2014
By Robert Spencer

Turan Dursun was "a former mufti and imam and an open critic of Islam who fought for a freer ?and more humane world despite pressures from the state, the public, and even his own ?father, whose dream was to see him become a devoted cleric.” He lived in Turkey. He was, as was tragically predictable, assassinated by defenders of the faith.

 

‘They Will Reach Europe in a Month and America in Another Month’: A Muslim King’s Dire Warning

Palestinian Media Watch 1 September 2014
By Zach Noble

The man who now leads them warned his American captors, "I’ll see you guys in New York.” They could exploit the porous southern U.S. border for an attack, and on Thursday

 

Basting Turkey's New Prime Minister

Daniel Pipes 1 September 2014
By Daniel Pipes

As Recep Tayyip Erdogan ascends today to the presidency of Turkey, his hand-picked successor, Ahmet Davutoglu, simultaneously assumes Erdogan's old job of prime minister. What

 

Islam, ISIS, and the Forced Conversion of Yazidis

Answearing Muslims 1 September 2014
By David Wood

The Islamic State (ISIS) recently released a video of dozens of Yazidis converting to Islam in order to avoid execution. Our leaders and the media continue to assure us that the actions of ISIS have nothing to do with Islam. Yet when we open the Muslim sources, we find Muhammad commanding his followers to fight people until they convert to Islam. How can obeying Muhammad's commands have nothing to do with Islam?

 

What an 'Islamophobe' Looks Like

Frontpage Mag 1 September 2014
By Daniel Greenfield

Islamophobes look like everyone else. They can be your friend or next door neighbor. They can be family members or just the crying frightened people you see on the evening news.

 

Teen Girls Planned to Bomb French Synagogue

Jewish Press 1 September 2014
By Tzvi Ben-Gedalyahu

The Great Synagogue in Lyons was targeted for a suicide bombing by two Muslim teenage girls. Photo Credit: Wikimedia French authorities have arrested and indicted two Muslim

 

Radical Islamic Cleric Squares Off Against CNN’s Brian Stelter

Daily Caller 1 September 2014
By Brendan Bordelon

Building off his fiery confrontation with Fox News’ Sean Hannity last week, on Sunday radical Muslim cleric Anjem Choudary sparred with CNN’s Brian Stelter in a more-measured,

 

Most common male name in Oslo, Norway, is Mohammed

New York Daily News 1 September 2014
By David Harding

The most common male name in the Norwegian capital Oslo is Mohammed, authorities have announced. Almost 5,000 men and boys have the name, making it more popular than

 

The Muslim Colonists: Forgotten Facts about the Arab-Israeli Conflict

Jewish Press 1 September 2014
By Ezequiel Doiny

The Yazidi in Iraq and the Christian Copts in Egypt are not "occupiers” or "settlers;” neither are the Jews in Israel. They are both victims of a common enemy that seems to

 

British Student Hails 'Golden Era Of Jihad'

Breitbart 1 September 2014
By Nick Hallett

A 21-year-old British student has posted a video on social media urging Muslims to join the "golden era of jihad". Hamzah Parvez had told his family he had gone to study in

 

Rotherham Abuse Scandal: How Much Did Labour Government Know?

Yahoo News 1 September 2014
By Samantha Payne

A House of Commons committee is to investigate whether Tony Blair's government knew about the Rotherham child abuse scandal, as far back as 2001. The Independent on Sunday

 

Toughen up UK's defences against terror, warns Cabinet minister

London Evening Standard 1 September 2014

The UK's defences against jihadis from Britain and across western Europe need to be stiffened up, a senior Cabinet minister has insisted as David Cameron prepared to set out

 

British Muslim Clerics Release Fatwa Against Islamic State

Several senior British Muslim clerics have added their support to a fatwa (Muslim religious decree) against the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) terrorist group, ITV News

 

Italy ramps up security over Islamic State’s threat to Pope Francis

The Washington Times 1 September 2014
By Cheryl K. Chumley

Italy has ramped up its security in the wake of some Rome media reports that Islamic State terrorists have set their sights on Pope Francis and threatened to do him harm because

 

German Intel Chief: IS Attack in Europe Just a Matter of Time

Arutz Sheva Israel National News 1 September 2014
By Ari Yashar

Germany's intelligence head said Sunday that his state, like the UK, France and other western nations, faces a very high danger of citizens returning to conduct terror attacks

 

Rotherham report 'reduced me to tears', says MP who exposed abuse decade ago

The Guardian 1 September 2014
By Helen Pidd

Ann Cryer wept when she heard the news last week. "It reduced me to tears, reading all that went on in Rotherham," she said. "The really sad aspect of it is that many of

 
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