Persecution of Christians

Pupils at Christian school branded 'bigots' because one boy didn't know what a Muslim was

Daily Mail 21 January 2015
By Eleanor Harding and Mario Ledwith

Pupils at a Christian school have been branded bigots after a young boy gave the wrong answer when asked what a Muslim was. Durham Free has been told to close after inspectors

 

Terror attack in Tel Aviv: Palestinian seriously wounds 4 in stabbing rampage on bus

Jerusalem Post 21 January 2015

A Palestinian man from the West Bank stabbed several people Wednesday morning, in a suspected terror attack on the 40 bus line in central Tel Aviv. At least four of the victims –

 

Hamas: Tel Aviv stabbing attack 'heroic act'

Hamas condoned on Wednesday a stabbing attack on a Tel Aviv bus which left nine people injured, calling it an act of heroism. A 23-year-old man from the West Bank city of

 

Islamic State threatens to kill two Japanese hostages

Irish Times 20 January 2015

Islamic State has released a video showing Islamic State threatening to kill two Japanese men unless a ransom of $200m is paid within 72 hours. The authenticity of the video,

 

Italy: Muslims Destroy and Urinate on Virgin Mary Statue

raymondibrahim.com 19 January 2015
By Raymond Ibrahim

Friday, January 9. A man was kneeling in prayer before the statue of the revered Madonna, with the photograph of a loved one in hand, in the small chapel of St. Barnabas in

 

Maher: The real threat to our civil liberties comes from our protectors, not the terrorists

Leader Post 19 January 2015
By Stephen Maher

All the Winston Churchills who write newspaper columns can relax. The terrorists are not going to force us into silence, OK? Our civil liberties are not under threat from

 

Amersfoort: Synagogue Halts Guided Tours Because of Tensions

The synagogue in the town of Amersfoort has temporarily halted guided tours in view of the tense situation created by the Paris killings and the Belgian shooting of jihadist

 

France is Selling the Jews to buy Quiet from Islam

Israel National News 19 January 2015
By Giulio Meotti

We now know that France’s President Francois Hollande didn’t want to see Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the mass rally in Paris against terrorism. Those Israeli

 

Israel says cracks first local Islamic State cell

Yeahoo News 19 January 2015
By Dan Williams

Israel said on Sunday it had cracked the first Islamic State cell on its soil, made up of seven Arab citizens who would be prosecuted on charges of planning attacks in the

 

Of Course It Is Islam

Politico Magazine 16 January 2015
By Rich Lowry


It is settled: The Paris terror attacks had almost nothing to do with Islam. If there is any doubt about this, consider that on the one hand, you have the chilling new tape of the Charlie Hebdo attackers declaring, "We have avenged the Prophet Muhammad,” and on the other, you have the tortured

 

Professors in demography about Muslim immigration

10news.dk 16 January 2015
By Nicolai Sennels

Finally some demographers speak out. Common sense from honest experts. Translated form Jyllands-Posten (not online) via Uriasposten: "… The flow of refugees that Europe

 

Jewish School remains closed today in view of terror threat

The board of The Cheider, the orthodox Jewish school in Amsterdam, which has 200 pupils has decided to keep the school closed today like the Jewish schools in Belgium do, after

 

UK raises threat level for Jewish communities, police officers

i24 news 16 January 2015

The United Kingdom has raised the threat level for Jewish communities and police officers amid fears of jihadist violence. "We are considering what further measures we might

 

Boko Haram targets India for drug dealing income

Money Jihad 16 January 2015

The jihadist group Boko Haram killed up to 2,000 people in northeastern Nigeria last week. The operation would have cost Boko Haram a great deal of money in terms of arming and

 

Survivor Of Peshawar School Massacre Posts Devastating Before And After Photo

The Huffington Post 16 January 2015
By Charlotte Alfred

The young students who survived one of Pakistan's worst terrorist attacks returned this week to the school where the massacre took place, but without 150 of their classmates

 

Boko Haram: 'For five kilometres, I kept standing on dead bodies'

The Sydney Morning Herald 16 January 2015
By Paul McGeough

It's a "brief" war, which is to say that media reports on the brutal, dehumanising violence as Boko Haram consolidates its hold on a nation-sized slice of Nigeria invariably are "briefs"

 

Islamic State uses a child to execute alleged Russian spies

Threat Matrix 15 January 2015
By Caleb Weiss

In a new video released by the Islamic State's al Hayat Media Center, the terrorist group features two men, one Kazakh and one Russian, who are accused by the group of spying on

 

Old Armenian Church Bombed in Syria

Raymond Ibrahim 15 January 2015
By Raymond Ibrahim

A number of Christian churches, some around 200 year old, were bombed by Islamic rebels last Friday in Aleppo, Syria. Among them was the Armenian Catholic Cathedral, St. Rita

 

Only 9 percent of Turks say Armenian killings genocide: poll

Daily Star 14 January 2015

Less than 10 percent of Turks believe their government should recognize the mass killings of Armenians in World War I as genocide, according to a survey published

 

Jews belong in France, says French Prime Minister

Amanpour CNN 14 January 2015
By Mick Krever

As French Jews contemplate leaving the country in the wake of last week's Paris attacks, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has sought to reassure the sizable population in an

 
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