Written by Ryan Mauro
Yesterday, Iraq was hit with another wave of bombings as sectarian strife continues to dramatically increase following the withdrawal of U.S. forces. At least 70 Shiites were killed, presumably by Al-Qaeda in Iraq. Across the Middle East, tension and bloodshed between the region’s various ...
Written by Bruce Thornton
Thirteen months after a Tunisian street-vendor immolated himself and sparked the revolutions in the Middle East dubbed the “Arab Spring,” the bipartisan celebrations that attended those events last year appear premature, if not delusional. Now that Islamist parties are consolidating their power in ...
Written by Daniel Greenfield
About the only people having a Happy New Year in the Muslim world aren’t the Christians who are huddling and waiting out the storm, but the Islamists who use a different calendar, but are having the best time of their lives since the last Caliphate.
Written by Mahruaii Sailo
India Briefs: Recent Incidents of Persecution
Tamil Nadu, India, December 30 (Compass Direct News) – Police arrested a Christian after Hindu extremists on Dec. 22 accused him of forceful conversion in Nagarcoil. The Global Council of Indian Christians reported that Hindu extremists accused Sagaya ...
Written by Memri
Article On Iranian Website: This Is How We'll Close Strait of Hormuz
In response to threats by Western countries to impose oil sanctions on Iran, the Iranian website Mashreq News, which is close to Iranian military circles, posted an article on December 15, 2011 outlining military measures ...
Written by Right Side News
As the Muslim Brotherhood moves into positions of power in Egypt, they call for the killing of the Jews, as caught on tape below.
Genocidal Islamic Jew-Hatred: Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood leaders quote Prophet Muhammad at al-Azhar conference: "O Muslim, this is a Jew behind me, come and kill ...
Written by Bill Warner
November 14, 2011
Egypt (hat tip to JihadWatch)
Egyptian women lament how they have been marginalized in the discussion process of the new Egyptian government. "We were at the front of the protests, getting beaten and supporting the future of Egypt," recalls Heba. But now, she says, "Women are not ...
Written by Scott Stewart
The ongoing unrest, violence and security crackdowns in Syria have been the subject of major international attention since February. Our current assessment is that the government and opposition forces have reached a stalematein which the government cannot quell the unrest and the opposition cannot ...
Written by Joseph Klein
Sheikh Youssef al-Qaradawi, the spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, is being lauded in some Western media outlets as a moderate Muslim scholar and reformer who served as an inspiration for the freedom-fighters of the Arab Spring. The Egyptian-born cleric, who went into exile in Qatar ...