Written by Raymond Ibrahim
"[Egypt's] Muslim Brotherhood prevented the Copts, at gunpoint, from voting"
U.S.-backed rebels are committing Christian genocide in Syria, where they are sacking churches and issuing threats that all Christians will be cleansed from rebel-held territory. A mass exodus of thousandsof ...
Written by Memri
Hizbullah Website Features Infographic On Closing The Strait Of Hormuz, Illustrates Iranian Attack On U.S. Aircraft Carrier
The official Hizbullah website www.english.moqawama.org, along with the Iranian weekly Panjereh (http://panjerehweekly.ir), published an infographic titled "Hormoz [sic] ...
Written by Ben West and Kamran Bokhari
At dawn July 12, militants raided a prison guard residence in Lahore, Pakistan, leaving nine staff members dead and three more wounded. The Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan quickly claimed responsibility for the attack, saying the guards had mistreated prisoners who were members of the Pakistani militant ...
Written by A. Savyon and Y. Mansharof
On July 1, 2012, the oil sanctions imposed on Iran by the E.U. in December 2011 came into effect. During the months leading up to July 2012 and during the nuclear talks, spokesmen of the Iranian regime made numerous warnings, threats, and even pleas in an attempt to persuade the ...
Written by Right Side News
IslamoNazis Warn Indonesia – Enjoy Ramadan – Every Which Way But Fun!
News just in, imminent mayhem in Batam, up north in Riau Province, where the IslamoNazis have threatened to raid any night-spot that dares to open during Ramadan.
Written by Memri
Online Jihadis Tweet Footage Of U.S. Marines Arriving In Yemen, Along With A Call To Target Them: 'An Opportunity For The Mujahideen To Taste... White Meat'
Twitter, begun as an online social networking and micro-blogging service in English in 2006, has since gained popularity in other ...
Written by Roger Aronoff
With so much media attention in this country focused on the presidential race and the Supreme Court’s ruling on ObamaCare, not enough attention is being paid to much of what is going on in the Middle East, and at the United Nations. Egypt has recently chosen as its next president Mohamed Morsi, who ...
Written by Meir Amit Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center
Written by J. Millard Burr
In October 1987 Paraguayan residents were surprised to read in La Tarde, Asuncion’s afternoon newspaper, that plans were afoot to open a huge section of the Paraguayan Chaco to 500 Muslim families. Paraguayans with some knowledge of the isolated Chaco, and the difficulty the settlers would ...