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9k boost for FGM prevention scheme

Islamist Watch 28 August 2014

Efforts to prevent female genital mutilation (FGM) in Birmingham have received a funding boost worth L9,750. Allies Network, an organisation set up by women to support the

 

Hijab Corps

Gates of Vienna 28 August 2014
By Baron Bodissey

Below is the latest newsletter from the Tennessee Council for Political Justice. Newsletter #141 — Suleyman Exposed: Hairline and All.

 

Chancellor calls for end to religious tensions

The Local 27 August 2014

Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann called for peace and tolerance after meeting religious leaders on Monday amid mounting tensions highlighted by an attack against an Israeli

 

Real or imagined: Racism 'fear' over Rotherham child abuse

BBC News Online 27 August 2014
By Katie Hall

A "taboo" subject, "ignoring a politically inconvenient truth", threatening "community cohesion", "fear of being thought racist". The report which revealed the abuse of more than 1,400 children in Rotherham - mainly by men of Pakistani heritage - found many reasons why the shocking scale of child sexual exploitation in the South Yorkshire town remained hidden.

 

Dutch Jihadist Had Leading Position in Foley’s Jail

The Belgian jihadist, Jejoen Bentinck, has stated that the jail where the decapitated American journalist James Foley was imprisoned had a Dutchman among its leading wardens.

 

'Incubator for terrorism': UK leaders under pressure to take on jihadist problem

FOX News 27 August 2014
By Adam Shaw

A British jihadist’s apparent role in the beheading of American journalist James Foley shows Britain has become an "incubator for terrorism,” and cries out for Prime Minister

 

The New Face of Evil

Real Clear Politics 27 August 2014
By Richard Cohen

As Hannah Arendt foresaw, we are once again up against the question of evil. An American photojournalist, James Foley, was presented to the camera and methodically decapitated. The instrument was not the ax reserved for royalty or the whooshing blade prompted by that reformer Joseph-Ignace Guillotin, but an ordinary looking knife.

 

Ombudsman says banning the hijab at school is discrimination

Prague Post 27 August 2014

Sabatová stands up for Somali and Afghan girls who were banned from wearing their headscarves at a medical school in Prague Prague, Aug. 26 (ÈTK) — Czech ombudsman Anna

 

One in six French people say they support ISIS

Vox 27 August 2014
By Max Fisher

Two polls released this week both ask a question that you would hope wouldn't need asking: how many people support the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS)? Unfortunately, in

 

The Islamic State Has Nothing to Do With Islam?

Frontpage Mag 27 August 2014
By Robert Spencer

Whatever they may disagree about, Western leaders are in complete agreement about one thing: the new self-styled caliphate, the Islamic State, has nothing whatsoever to do with Islam. It’s a comforting, reassuring vision for Western non-Muslims facing a massive influx of Muslim immigrants and jittery about the prospect of Islamic terrorism, except for just one problem: it’s entirely false.

 

Turkish ‘humanitarian’ group behind ‘Marmara’ signs pact with Qatar

The Jerusalem Post 27 August 2014
By Ariel Ben Solomon

Bulent Yildrim, chairman of the Turkish IHH organization, and Qatar Charity CEO Yousef bin Ahmad al-Kuwari signed the strategic agreement that was announced at a press

 

‘Tartan Taliban’: Dundee man’s ‘close ties’ to al Qaida leader revealed

Evening Telegraph 27 August 2014
By Will Lyon

A Dundee man dubbed the "Tartan Taliban” has been linked to the leader of an al Qaida terror training camp in Afghanistan. Documents written by officials at Guantanamo Bay

 

UK cleric suspected of coaching Foley’s killer praises Islamic State fighters

FOX News 27 August 2014
By Benjamin Hall

The British cleric suspected of radicalizing dozens of Islamic State recruits, including the man believed to have beheaded American journalist James Foley, called jihadists "noble,"

 

Au revoir, France

American Thinker 27 August 2014
By Carol Brown

If you ever doubted the direction France is headed, you need doubt no more. The headline reads: "One in six French people say they support ISIS”. Holy halal cow! That’s a lot of people (and I use that term loosely). So much for the narrative of the "moderate Muslim.”

 

Turkey Struggles to Stem Flow of Jihadists Across Border

Voa News 27 August 2014

As Islamic State insurgents threaten the Turkish border from Syria, Turkey is struggling to staunch the flow of foreign jihadists to the militant group, having not so long ago

 

This Is the Prisoner ISIS Wants to Trade for an American Hostage

The Daily Beast 27 August 2014
By Barbie Latza Nadeau

As the life of another American hangs in the balance in Syria, ISIS shows its hand by demanding more than $6 million and the curious release of a female Pakistani scientist

 

Germany cannot solve Bosnia's problems

b92 27 August 2014

"People wonder whether Germany will solve your problems. That will not happen. The summit will be an attempt to direct the Balkan countries which are not EU members on the

 

Hamas Operative in Turkey Behind Abduction of 3 Israeli Youths

ACDemocracy 26 August 2014

Saleh Muhammad Suleiman al-Arouri is a senior Hamas operative based in Turkey. On August 20 2014, he told the participants of the fourth conference of the World Union of

 

Muslim clerics who preach hatred face deportation, Dutch minister says

Dutch News 26 August 2014

Foreign Muslim clerics who preach hatred in Dutch mosques and who glorify terrorism face deportation, social affairs minister Lodewijk Asscher says in Monday’s

 

Sisi says Qatar, Turkey, US and the Muslim Brotherhood are funding media projects to undermine Egypt's stability

The Middle East Monitor 26 August 2014

The Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi said that Qatar, Turkey, the United States and the Muslim Brotherhood are funding new online media projects that "aim to undermine

 
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