“Fear, Inc.: The Roots of the Islamophobia Network in America,” from the Center for American Progress is just the latest in an ever-lengthening string of markedly similar “exposés” of so-called “Islamphobes.” Each purports to show that the anti-Sharia movement in America is a sinister cabal of well-funded, dishonest hacks stirring up hate against innocent Muslims in order to profit from it. Each has been highly distorted and markedly unfair, twisting the facts and cooking the data in order not to [...]READ MORE »
Daily archives for August 27th, 2011
The Islamic Supremacist Propaganda Machine Cranks Out Another “Islamophobia” Report, by Robert Spencer
The demonstrators who gathered for protests outside the Israeli Embassy in Cairo on Friday not only called for the cancellation of Egypt’s peace agreement with Israel and for the expulsion of the Israeli Ambassador, but also called for the destruction of the Jews.
The protesters shouted the following:
“Jews, remember the Battle of Khaybar (an oasis north of Medina which was inhabited by Jews who were murdered by the forces of Muhammad –ed.), the Army of Muhammad is already here”; “Oh Zionists, [...]READ MORE »
More than seven months after Muslim extremists burned its church building, a Presbyterian Church of the Sudan (PCOS) congregation is still afraid to meet for worship, according to Christian sources.
The Rev Maubark Hamad said his church in Wad Madani, 138 kilometers (85 miles) southeast of Khartoum, has not been able to rebuild since the January 15 devastation due to the congregation’s meager resources.
“Nothing has been done for the burned church building; so far it has not been rebuilt,” he told [...]READ MORE »
Gaddafi himself was responsible for the flow of illegal migrants from Libya to Lampedusa, as punishment for Italy’s participation in the UN-decided intervention. So said Libyan ambassador to Italy Abdulhafed Gaddur in a radio interview.
Gaddur confirmed in programme ‘Radio anch’io’ on Radio Uno what was earlier said by Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini regarding Gaddafi’s use of immigrants from sub-Saharan Africa as ”human bombs” against Italy.
”He was in charge” of immigration from Libya, said Gaddur.
”He led the flow of illegal [...]READ MORE »
A mosque which opened without permission is facing an investigation into its use and complaints about worshippers parking in the streets.
A former plumbing supplies store on the corner of Harewood Street, in Humberstone, has been used as a mosque for the past week.
Neighbours said the number of visitors’ cars for evening prayers had made the narrow street impassable.
Leicester City Council has launched an investigation into the use as a mosque.
One resident of Harewood Street, who did not want to be [...]READ MORE »
Five accused threw acid on a woman and her three children in Busti Husnani in the Garh Maharaja Police precincts on Friday.
According to police officials, Basti Husainia 18-Hazari resident Aslam’s wife Shazia and accused Ghulam Abbas, Arif Saeed and their unknown accomplices had a longstanding feud. On Friday morning, Abbas and Saeed jumped the boundary wall and broke into Shazia’s house. The two men threw acid on Arif’s wife Shazia, four-month-old son Sohail, five-year-old Aun and seven-year-old Nighat Bibi while [...]READ MORE »
Muammar Gaddafi and his sons are not the only prominent Libyans who have gone to ground. Abdul Baset Ali al-Megrahi, the freed Lockerbie bomber whom many wish to see returned to prison, is also missing.
The Times twice went to Megrahi’s high-walled mansion in a war-torn area of Tripoli yesterday and was told first by his brother and then by his son that he had gone. They suggested he was either at Tripoli central hospital or at his mother’s home near [...]READ MORE »
The home secretary has agreed to a police request to ban the far-right English Defence League from staging a march through one of the UK’s biggest Muslim communities in east London.
Theresa May said she would outlaw any marches in Tower Hamlets and four neighboring boroughs – whether by the EDL or any other groups – for the next 30 days, having “balanced rights to protest against the need to ensure local communities and property are protected”.
She added: “I know that [...]READ MORE »
The former leader of an Oakland-based black community organization was sentenced on Friday to life in prison for the murders of three men, including a journalist working on an expose about the group.
Yusuf Bey IV, 25, was sentenced by an Alameda County Superior Court judge to three consecutive life terms without the possibility of parole for the murders of Chauncey Bailey, Odell Roberson and Michael Wills in the summer of 2007.
Bailey, the editor of the Oakland Post, was the first [...]READ MORE »
The U.S. Justice Department reached a settlement Friday with the Georgia city of Lilburn over claims that it discriminated against a Muslim congregation’s request to build a new worship center.
Federal attorneys announced the agreement after filing a complaint in federal court in Atlanta that claimed the Atlanta suburb violated federal law when it blocked the congregation from expanding its place of worship.
“The city of Lilburn twice failed to approve rezoning permits to allow building a mosque, and the complaint alleges [...]READ MORE »