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Boko Haramists Gang-Rape Chibok Girls

spyghana.com 11 July 2014
By Obinna Akukwe

One of the latest revelation in the ordeal of over 250 abducted Chibok girls and another 250 Christian girls abducted in villages near Chibok was that they are being gang raped

 

More than 60 women, girls escape Islamist abductors in Nigeria

ibnlive 7 July 2014

Maiduguri: More than 60 women and girls abducted last month by suspected Boko Haram militants in northeast Nigeria have escaped their captors, sources have said.

 

Muslims wiped out complete civilisations

LankaWeb 7 July 2014
By Nalliah Thayabharan

Muslims wiped out complete civilisation in Egypt Parsees from Persia,Buddhists from Afghanistan & Maldives, Sikhs from Lahore, Sindhis from Sindh, Kashmiri pandits from

 

The Lost Spring: U.S. Policy in the Middle East

Gatestone Institute 7 July 2014
By Walid Phares

As soon as the Soviet Union collapsed, the West in general, and America in particular were targeted by the jihadist movements. Some consisted of Al-Qaeda and the Taliban, and others consisted of a different type of jihadism: the Iranian regime.

 

Muslim Leader: To prevent AIDS ban CONDOM

In a desperate attempt to curb expansion of HIV and AIDS in the Malawian society, Muslim traditional leaders have demanded a ban on condom use for unmarried people, arguing it

 

ISIS Releases Map of 5-Year Plan to Spread from Spain to China

Breitbart 6 July 2014
By Frances Martel

The jihadists terrorists of the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS)-- now trying to rebrand as simply the "Islamic State"-- have released a new map that outlines the

 

The Organized Muslim Invasion of Europe

The Muslim Issue 6 July 2014

The Muslim invasion routes are increasingly organized. The networks of Muslim invasion are improving and generate considerable revenue on top of conquered space. France has

 

Egypt Journalists' Imprisonment Sparks International Outrage

Novinite 30 June 2014

The international community has expressed its deep concerns with Monday’s verdicts of the Egyptian court, which handed lengthy jail sentences to 3 Al-Jazeera

 

Christians "Most Persecuted Group in World"

Gatestone Institute 25 June 2014
By Raymond Ibrahim

The most historic and emblematic sign of Muslim persecution of Christians returned in February: Christians in Raqqa, Syria, under the occupation of the Islamic State of Iraq

 

Just one week in the world of Islam. What is wrong with this faith?

Herald Sun 20 June 2014
By Andrew Bolt

What the hell is the problem with Islam? In the past week..
In Kenya: At least 34 people have been killed after unidentified armed men stormed the coastal city of Mpeketoni, setting hotels, restaurants, banks and government offices on fire and spraying bullets in streets.

 

Turmoil in the world of Islam

Deccan Chronicle 20 June 2014

The wars in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Libya, the campaigns of terror in Nigeria, the Philippines, Indonesia, India and Xinjiang, all together accounting for most

 

The Role of Islam in African Slavery

iqbal latif 17 June 2014

Hugh Thomas’s “The Slave Trade” and Robin Blackburn's “The Making Of New World Slavery” sheds new light on centuries of slave trading. Piero Scaruffi in “The Origins of the African Slave Trade” writes that the civil rights movement of the 1960's have left many people with the belief that the slave trade was exclusively a European/USA phenomenon and only evil white people were to blame for it. This is a simplistic scenario that hardly reflects the facts.

 

ANALYSIS: 2014 US-Islamic World Forum; US Policy On Global Muslim Brotherhood Collapses

Based on various sources, the GMBDW judges this year’s US-Islamic World Forum to be a sign of the complete collapse of US policy toward the Global Muslim Brotherhood. For the

 

German minister Müller visits Muslim girls' school in Nigeria

DW 12 June 2014

"We have consciously chosen a school for Muslim girls," Gerd Müller said in the southern city of Ijebu-Ode on Wednesday. "These girls are the backbone of the country; they

 

Orthodox patriarch’s visit highlights Tunisia's diversity

Al Monitor 12 June 2014
By Ikhlas Latif

As Tunisia undergoes major political changes breeding new visions about the country’s fate, the question of identity is being raised by parties advocating the supremacy of the

 

Egypt's New President El-Sisi Apologizes to Tahrir Rape Victim

The Clarion Project 12 June 2014

Egypt's newly sworn-in president, Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi, apologized in person to the 19-year old woman who was brutally sexually assaulted in Tahrir Square during inaugural

 

German experts help save Timbuktu heritage

DW 11 June 2014
By Susan Houlton

Eva Brozowsky is on her way back to Bamako. The Malian capital has been her place of work for the last year. The 34-year-old restorer of historical artefacts and specialist in

 

Britain condemns murder of anti-Jihad cleric

Star Africa 11 June 2014

The British government on Tuesday condemned the killings of Council of Imams and Preachers of Kenya Chairman Sheikh Idris Mohammed in the Likoni area of Mombasa.The anti-Jihad

 

Fourth victim of Brussels Jewish Museum killings buried in Moroccan Muslim cemetery

rfi 11 June 2014

The fourth person to die after a gunman opened fire on the Jewish Museum in Brussels was to be buried in a Muslim cemetery in Morocco. Alexandre Strens, whose mother is

 

The New York Times Defends Al-Qaeda

The Gatestone Institute 11 June 2014
By Raymond Ibrahim

The New York Times is never the first to report on atrocities committed by jihadis against Christians and other minorities, but it is always the first to whitewash and

 
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