Campaigns

The inner workings of Gulen’s ‘parallel state’

The National 16 April 2014
By Piotr Zalewski

ISTANBUL // With nearly every one of Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s speeches, the list of invectives used to describe Turkey’s most powerful Islamic movement keeps growing. To the

 

Libya: Tripoli trial against Gaddafi regime members resumes

ANSAmed 16 April 2014

TRIPOLI - The trial against 37 leading members of the Gaddafi regime, including two of his sons - Saif Al Islam and Saddi, who was recently extradited - resumes on Monday after

 

Minneapolis City Council creates Somali-American day

Creeping Sharia 16 April 2014

The Minneapolis City Council voted Friday to mark July 1 as Somali American Day in the city, home to many immigrants from the East African country. The date holds

 

Welcome to the Islamic Republic of Iran

Gatestone Institute 15 April 2014
By Shabnam Assadollahi

According to reports from Khuzestan region of Iran, a 30-year-old man married to a 20-year-old woman buried his one-year-old twins alive due to a "family conflict."

 

At Least 71 Killed in Nigeria Explosion

Voice of America 15 April 2014
By Heather Murdock

ABUJA — President Goodluck Jonathan visited the bus terminal on the outskirts of the capital, Abuja, several hours after a bomb went off during Monday morning rush hour.

 

Why Moroccan Salafists fight in Syria

The Daily Star 15 April 2014
By Mohammed Masbah

Although the estimated number of Moroccans fighting in Syria varies sharply, with the highest at 1,000, local Salafist-jihadist leaders claim that the number could be even higher, in the

 

Here's What I Would Have Said at Brandeis

The Wall Street Journal 15 April 2014
By Ayaan Hirsi Ali

On Tuesday, after protests by students, faculty and outside groups, Brandeis University revoked its invitation to Ayaan Hirsi Ali to receive an honorary degree at its commencement ceremonies in May. The protesters accused Ms. Hirsi Ali, an advocate for the rights of women and girls, of being "Islamophobic." Here is an abridged version of the remarks she planned to deliver.

 

Turkey not fit for EU for now, Germany's Turkish origin minister says

Hurriyet Daily News 15 April 2014

Turkey belongs in the European Union in the long term but not yet, according to Aydan Özo?uz, Germany’s federal commissioner for migration, refugees and integration and the first-ever

 

Turkey condemns “Armenian genocide” resolution in U.S. Senate

Indian Express 15 April 2014

Turkey condemned on Friday a U.S. Senate committee resolution branding the massacre of Armenians by Ottoman forces during World War One as genocide and warned Congress

 

European Union concerned about rule of law in Turkey

Today's Zaman 15 April 2014

The Independent Commission on Turkey, a body supported by the Open Society Institute in Turkey, released its third report on Turkey's relations with the European Union on Monday

 

Amid Blowback Fears, UK Adds 3 Terror Groups to Banned List

The Tower 15 April 2014

The British parliament added three more Islamic terrorist groups to its blacklist of organizations and individuals. The opposition voted with the government to approve the addition of

 

How Islamofascists use ‘Islamophobia’ to stifle debate, limit free speech

Communities Digital News 14 April 2014
By James Richard Edwards

The term ‘Islamophobia’ was created by Islamofacists and their elitist progressive allies in higher education and the media to stifle and shut down debate about the true, barbaric nature of Islam and to attack and very successfully minimize free speech throughout the free world.

 

Report: Muslim Brotherhood transfers HQ from London to Austria

The Jerusalem Post 14 April 2014
By Ariel Ben Solomon

The Muslim Brotherhood is reportedly moving its headquarters to Austria from London due to a new investigation of the group by Prime Minister David Cameron’s government.

 

Sweden's Totalitarian Face

AINA 14 April 2014

On April 4 2014, in Malmo District Court in Sweden, the provocative artist Dan Park was sentenced to three months in jail for hate speech ("hets mot folkgrupp") for his works of art.

 

Turkish schools abroad victims of AKP-Gulen conflict

Al Monitor 14 April 2014
By Fehim Tastekin

The fate of the Gulen movement’s schools — located in over 160 countries — is being debated following Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's declaration of war in the wake of the

 

The Paradox Of Islamophobia

The 405 Media 14 April 2014
By Stephen Crawford

It occurred to me, a while back, that I’d never heard anyone use the word Christophobia. It seemed to me that, given the world’s great post-modern fear of Christian morality, accusations of Christophobia ought to abound.

 

Brandeis' mistake on critic of Islam

CNN 14 April 2014
By Timothy Stanley

First, Brandeis University offered an honorary degree to Ayaan Hirsi Ali, an outspoken critic of Islam. Then apparently when officials actually familiarized themselves with her writing

 

University’s decision to rescind degree to critic of Islam not going over well

Daily Caller 14 April 2014
By Robby Soave

The decision made by Brandeis University to cancel the conferral of an honorary degree on Ayaan Hrsi Ali, a fierce critic of radical Islam, has drawn the ire of free speech enthusiasts

 

Video: Brandeis students nix Islam critic Ayaan Hirsi Ali. What a pity.

Los Angeles Times 14 April 2014
By Robin Abcarian

This year, we have the unfortunate example of a university choosing not stand for freedom of expression, critical thinking and robust debate and instead folding under pressure. Good going, Brandeis University. You’re setting a terrific example.

 

Tony Blair Faith Foundation 'linked to the Muslim Brotherhood'

Daily Mail 14 April 2014
By Wills Robinson

Tony Blair's religious charity has links to an Islamic extremist group being investigated by MI5 and MI6, it has been alleged. It has been claimed that two Muslim leaders, who have

 
Syndicate content