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U.S. man gets 25 years in jail for trying to join al-Qaeda

The Globe and Mail 22 April 2015

A New York man was sentenced on Monday to 25 years in prison for trying to travel to Yemen to join an Islamic militant group and providing money to an associate to do the same

 

Montreal Muslims had explosives, accused of trying to join jihad group

Jihad Watch 21 April 2015
By Robert Spencer

A young Montreal couple arrested last week is now facing terrorism charges after investigators claim to have found explosive substances and evidence the 18-year-olds planned

 

Kansas: Fort Riley Jihad Plotter Taught by ISNA Imam Assigned by the FBI

Creeping Sharia 21 April 2015

John T. Booker Jr. is being charged with plotting a suicide bomb attack on Fort Riley. Booker Jr. also goes by the name Muhammad Abdullah Hassan. Prosecutors say he told an FBI informant he

 

Banbury 'social media party' sex abuse gang jailed

BBC News 21 April 2015

A gang of five men and a teenager who subjected underage girls to sexual abuse in Oxfordshire after grooming them have been jailed. The defendants attacked seven victims,

 

Muslim widow fights to undo sharia law in Greece

Christian Examiner 21 April 2015

In a country where 98 percent of the population relates to Orthodox Christianity, a Muslim widow is battling the Greek Supreme Court which used a foreign treaty with Turkey to

 

Egyptian court rules police can deport foreign homosexuals

ANSAMed.it 17 April 2015

Egyptian police have the right to deport foreign homosexuals and stop them from entering the country, reported the daily Al Ahram on its website. ''Egypt's Administrative Court rejected

 

Boston Marathon Jihad Murderer Tsarnaev Guilty

FrontPage Mag 11 April 2015
By Robert Spencer

The guilty verdict came as no surprise to anyone, least of all Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s defense attorney, Judy Clarke, who told the court last month, "It was him.” Tsarnaev could

 

Danish politicians consider filing lawsuit against Turkey at European court

cihan.com 11 April 2015

Dismayed by what they say is reticence on the part of Turkey to offer a satisfactory explanation for the release of a suspect believed to be involved in an attack on a Danish

 

Court in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv adjourns radical Islam trial

At a closed sitting the judge panel will rule on the request of the defence to assign a theological expert’s analysis on the materials in Bulgarian and Arabic language

 

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

 

Free speech on trial in U.S. district court

Breitbart News 30 March 2015
By Pamela Geller

Last Tuesday, my ace lawyer David Yerushalmi of the American Freedom Law Center (AFLC) argued before the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on our motion for a

 

Tsarnaev blamed bad grades on loss of loved ones in Chechnya

Albany Times Union 25 March 2015
By Denise Lavoie

Three months before he bombed the Boston Marathon, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev told college officials he had been unable to concentrate on his studies because he had "lost too many" loved ones in

 

France: Court house vandalized, "The prophet will judge you”, "Warning”

10News.dk 20 March 2015

No wonder that courts are being attacked: 75 percent of Muslims living in Europe think that religious laws are more important than secular laws. In 2014 a court was bombed in

 

Mother of Gang Rapist Gives Middle Finger to Finland

Tundra Tabloids 18 March 2015

Rape in Finland becoming a regular phenomenon as in Sweden. This is in connection with the five Somali Muslims who raped a Finnish woman after harassing her on a train and

 

Pamela Geller Wins Right to Run Ads in Philly

FrontPage Mag 18 March 2015
By Matthew Vadum

A federal court has struck a blow for the First Amendment by ordering Philadelphia’s public transit system to accept an eye-opening ad that spotlights Islamic Jew-hatred and

 

French police go on trial 10 years after fierce riots

The Local 16 March 2015

Nearly a decade after three weeks of nightly rioting raged across disaffected French housing projects, two police officers go on trial on Monday over the deaths of two youths

 

Senators Denounce Pastor Abedini Imprisonment In Iran

Women Against Shariah 16 March 2015

U.S. Senators at a subcommittee hearing have been told that high-level U.S. attention to Iran's imprisonment of American Pastor Saeed Abedini is helping to keep him alive, The

 

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

 

German court fines relatives for abducting gay Muslim

Toronto Sun 16 March 2015
By Madeline Chambers

A German court fined the father and two uncles of an 18-year-old Muslim citizen for depriving him of his personal freedom when he was a minor in an attempt, the victim says, to

 

MADRID: Islamic jihad massacre, 11 March, 2004 — #11-M

pamelageller.com 12 March 2015

Jihad in Spain. The 2004 Madrid train bombings (also known in Spain as 11-M) were simultaneous, coordinated Islamic bombings against the commuter train system of Madrid, Spain,

 
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