Ex-Muslim Ayaan Hirsi Ali Proposes 5 Changes to Islam That Could Help Lead Its Religious Reformation

The Christian Post 13 April 2015
By Samuel Smith

In speaking at the National Press Club on Tuesday, best-selling author, former Muslim and outspoken critic of Islam, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, offered five amendments to the religion of Islam that Muslims should take seriously if they really want to bring about a peaceful reformation to their religion.


Baroness Cox to draft anti-sharia Bill

Church Times 11 April 2015
By Madeleine Davies

A BILL to protect Muslim women who are suffering from "religiously sanctioned gender discrimination" in sharia courts is to be laid before the next Parliament. It will be


Danish rebel poet enters politics, joins new party

The Local / Denmark 11 April 2015

Danish poet of Palestinian heritage, Yahya Hassan, announced on Tuesday that he is entering politics and joining the new National Party (Nationalpartiet), saying he wants to


Reporter Who Exposed Hillary's Secret Intel Operation: Who Authorized & Financed It?

Breitbart 4 April 2015

One of the reporters who exposed what appears to have been former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s clandestine and rogue intelligence service said that there are more


Mosque leader hails 'jihad on extremism and bigotry' following Islam exhibition

Get West London 4 April 2015
By Robert Cumber

More than 1,200 people visited a mosque in Hounslow in just four days to see an exhibition about Islam. Hounslow Jamia Masjid and Islamic Centre, in Wellington Road South,


American Campuses: Yes to ISIS, No to Israel

Cherson and Molschky 4 April 2015
By Rachel Molschky

To support Israel is racist; to support ISIS is a demonstration of diversity. This is the atmosphere at American college campuses today. "Higher learning” has become synonymous


Czech tourists freed in Pakistan after two years

BBC News 4 April 2015

Two Czech women tourists who were kidnapped two years ago in Pakistan have been released and have returned home, Czech PM Bohuslav Sobotka says. Hana Humpalova and Antonie


The ‘moderate’ imam who claims ‘all women are selfish’

France 24 4 April 2015

An imam in France has claimed in a sermon that selfishness is part of "the nature of women”, comments that have shocked all the more because of his reputation as a progressive


The rising power of France's Front National

The National 4 April 2015
By Stefan Schmid

FRANCE’S Front National was last night poised to take more than 200 seats at this year’s local elections – more than a hundred times the two seats the party won in 2011. The


Sharia law goes against all values that we hold dear, blasts Leo McKinstry

Daily Express 4 April 2015
By Leo McKinstry

Supporters of cultural diversity prattle about tolerance and equality, but in reality, their demands for acceptance of the Islamic legal code in Britain, they are promoting the


Man Left With Broken Jaw After Muslim Pack Attack In Luton

Kafir Crusaders 4 April 2015

Muslims are in many ways like hyenas. In the wild fights are plentiful between hyenas and lions. Alone a hyena wouldnt go nowhere near a male lion. Yet when there is five or


PEGIDA anti-Islam rally set for this weekend

Islamist Watch 28 March 2015
By Monique Muise

Three months after landing in Quebec, controversial European movement PEGIDA is set to host its first rally this weekend in Montreal. The event, announced on the group's


Denmark: Islamic group approves of Charlie Hebdo massacre, gets approval for mosque

Jihad Watch 20 March 2015

In January, the Islamisk Trossamfund (the Islamic Faith Society) warned Muslims against distancing themselves from the terror attacks against Charlie Hebdo. It was also


Blueprint for Islamic caliphate by 2020 16 March 2015
By Pamela Geller

Back in 2005, Jordanian journalist Fouad Hussein published al-Qaida’s manifesto. In his book, he outlined al-Qaida’s seven-point plan over a 20-year period:


LIVE: Salafist, PEGIDA demos take to the streets of Wuppertal

youtube 16 March 2015
By RuptlyTV

Around 400 Salafists are expected to rally in Wuppertal on Saturday, March 14, in an action called by German Salafist preachers Sven Lau and Ibrahim Abou-Nagie. A group of at


The Lessons of Rotherham

National Review 16 March 2015
By Daniel Allott, Jordan Allott and Ben Allen

Political correctness played a major role in a shocking child-sexual-abuse scandal. Last August, Rotherham, an industrial town in northern England, was thrust into the headlines when a government report detailed how gangs of local men had raped and trafficked at least 1,400 girls, some as young as eleven


The man who helped blow up the Bamiyan Buddhas

BBC 16 March 2015
By Nasir Behzad and Daud Qarizadah

Mirza Hussain was 26 when Taliban commanders ordered him to plant explosives on the famous Buddha statues in his home province, Bamiyan. The ancient sandstone carvings, once the world's tallest Buddhas, were annihilated in an act of destruction that shocked the world, and helped set a


A Closer Look at the "Muslim Manifesto” for the U.K. 16 March 2015

Louis Palme's articles and the analysis that followed drew my attention to this "manifesto”. Here I take a more holistic look on the issue. Those familiar with the "Cairo


Italian Senate Blocks Islamic 'Adoption Jihad'

Breitbart 16 March 2015
By Thomas D. Williams

The Italian Senate has ratified the Hague Convention for the protection of foreign minors but rejected the application of its Sharia adoption provisions, which envision the


Shariah Subversions of the State Department

CenterFor Security Policy 16 March 2015
By Clare Lopez

PART ONE: Weighing in on the Clinton email scandal How Clinton’s defense strains both her credibility and America’s credulity Tough questions for Rep. Trey Gowdy, Chairman

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