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Islam in Puerto Rico

ABNA 14 April 2014

The first Muslims are said to have arrived in Puerto Rico around the mid-20th century from Palestine as a result of the declaration of Israel. Their population rose from none in 1940 to


Geert Wilders on Arabic television channel

EuropeNews 7 April 2014

The Arabic television channel Al Hayat, which airs to viewers in the Middle East, Europe, Asia, America and Australia, has started a regular show with the Dutch politician Geert Wilders, called The Geert Wilders Weekly.


VIDEO: Pamela Geller at Iglesia Del Senor Jesucristo En Las Americas

Atlas Shrugs 7 April 2014
By Pamela Geller

One of the talks I gave this week in San Diego was at a wonderful Hispanic church that loves Israel. It was such an uplifting experience, truly a miracle. I was made to understand that these Israel-loving churches number in the hundreds up and down California and Mexico, too.


Muslims continue demonstration outside Venezuelan Embassy

Trinidad Express 7 April 2014
By Alexander Bruzual

For a second day, members of the Muslim community gathered outside the Venezuelan Embassy, Victoria Avenue, Port of Spain, to hold a peaceful demonstration for the


Spanish girl located several months after disappearance

the Olive Press 21 March 2014

A BARCELONA girl who went missing seven months ago has been rescued from Bolivia’s Amazon rainforest. The nine-year-old went missing in August while on holiday with Bolivian


DOJ: HLF's Bid To Vacate Trial Outcome "Strains Credulity"

Islamist Watch. 6 February 2014

Their 2008 convictions have been upheld on appeal and the U.S. Supreme Court refused to take up the case. So five men convicted of illegally routing millions of dollars to


Jihad: now powered by amphetamines

Money Jihad 31 January 2014

Unlike poppies in Afghanistan, which the Taliban simply taxes on the basis of traditional Islamic law, terrorist organizations in Syria and Lebanon are taking things a step


Columbian city a hub for Hezbollah money

Money Jihad 7 January 2014

Lebanese families in Maicao, Columbia, are at the crossroads of a lucrative network of businesses, money launderers, and drug traffickers who send money back to Lebanon to


Open Letter to his Holiness Pope Francis

Gates of Vienna 7 December 2013
By Baron Bodissey

The following open letter to Pope Francis was written today by Geert Wilders, the leader of the PVV (Partij voor de Vrijheid, Party for Freedom) in the Netherlands.


Pope Francis Versus Sunni Muslim Pope Al-Tayeb on the Jews 7 December 2013
By Andrew Bostom

Pope Francis’ "Evangelii Gaudium” ("The Joy of the Gospel”), a 224-page document elucidating his views of the Church, and its mission, was just issued the week of November 24,


Four murders in Port-of-Spain

The Trinidad Guardian Newspaper 21 November 2013
By Jensen LaVende

The homicide toll has climbed to 347 after five men were murdered between Tuesday and yesterday in separate incidents. Two of the victims remained unidentified up to late


Muslim community sees increase in Latinos converting to Islam

Tucs on Sentinel 11 November 2013
By Elisa Cordova

Chris Cruz was born and raised Roman Catholic but converted to Islam in large part because of its call for a healthier lifestyle, including a prohibition on drinking. But


‘I turned my back on extremism after seeing too much death’ 7 October 2013
By Tanya Haji

A FORMER Taliban jihadist will give a talk during Thatcham Festival of Arts and Leisure about his time in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Reading-born Urzan Azadi will be one of


The threat of Al-Shabab 7 October 2013
By Anthony Manduca

Colleen Thomas, centre, widow of South African James Thomas, who was killed in the September 21 attack by a Somali militant group at the Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi,


Growing Islamist threat

Philadelphia Inquirer 7 October 2013
By Trudy Rubin, Inquirer Columnist

The high cost of ideological extremism was on full display in Washington this week, where a radical faction of the Republican Party forced a government shutdown. Mercifully, radicals in Congress, unlike, say, those in Syria, use parliamentary maneuvers rather than guns

But their antics distract U.S. attention from truly serious issues - such as the growing threat posed by Islamist militants in Syria, where the rising strength of radical Islam


Freedom of Expression is a Human Right

Stresemann Foundation 27 September 2013

The OSCE considers freedom of expression a fundamental human right

This freedom may only be limited in order to safeguard other basic rights, such as human dignity, for a very good reason: freedom of expression is the foundation for other human rights, especially freedom of religion, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly as well as academic freedom. Without the freedom to voice opinions publicly and freely receive information, all other freedoms would not exist.


Hezbollah threatens Latin America

American Center for Democracy 25 September 2013
By Eduardo Szklarz

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – Illegal activities such as drug trafficking, money laundering and smuggling are financing the Lebanese terrorist group Hezbollah in Latin America, according to experts and authorities.

Increasingly strong evidence shows the Lebanon-based Shiite militia sponsored by Iran maintains ties with drug cartels and receives contributions from organized crime groups.


The Iranian Infiltration of Latin America, Part 4

Gates of Vienna 23 August 2013
By Baron Bodissey

Below is the fourth of several parts of a summary of prosecutor Alberto Nisman’s much longer report on the 1994 bombing of the AMIA center in Buenos Aires, which was released


Bill Warner: Inoculating Against Islam

Political Islam 21 August 2013

Every since 9/11 Americans, including Christians, have been converting to Islam or become apologists for Islam. Can this be stopped and how?

There are many reasons they choose Islam. Islam is furiously masculine and today Christianity has become feminine, yin, in its approach to life. So, if you are a woman and want a more masculine man, you are much more apt to find that in Islam. Also, if you are a woman and want a husband, Muslims are the marrying kind. Then, there are people in this world who want discipline and Islam certainly gives structure. Once you get on the Islam train you no longer have to worry about choices. Islam tells you how to eat, have sex, brush your teeth, use the bathroom and every other aspect of life. There is also the social bonding of being in a tight knit group-club. These are a few of the reasons people convert.


Muslim Persecution of Christians: Women & Children First

By Raymond Ibrahim

    Before Egypt’s President Muhammad Morsi was ousted, April was one of the worst months for Christian Copts there

On April 5 near Cairo, when a longstanding feud between a Christian family and a Muslim family—based on male Muslims sexually harassing Christian girls—culminated in the violent deaths of six Christians, including two of the participants, a Christian and a Muslim, being set on fire, local Muslims went on another "collective punishment” spree.

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