Written by PoliticalIslam.com
January 12 - February 9, 2010
January 12, 2010
The church of the Holy Trinity and four statues at the shrine of Our Lady of Fatima were vandalized early Sunday morning. The graffiti includes the words "Islam," "moon," "sun," "Muslim" and "mosque."
Written by Front Page Magazine
It's the kind of scene one might expect to see in a hard-line Sharia court in Saudi Arabia: a man facing trial for the putative "crime" of insulting Islam. But the defendant in this case is Dutch MP Geert Wilders and the ominous setting for his trial is none other than his native ...
Written by Daniel Pipes
National Review Online
January 19, 2010
Who is the most important European alive today? I nominate the Dutch politician Geert Wilders. I do so because he is best placed to deal with the Islamic challenge facing the continent. He has the potential to emerge as a world-historical ...
Written by Raymond Ibrahim
Defeating Jihadist Terrorism
Islam must seem a paradoxical religion to non-Muslims. On the one hand, it is constantly being portrayed as the religion of peace; on the other, its adherents are responsible for the majority of terror attacks around the world. Apologists for Islam ...
Written by Steven Stalinsky*
Deleting Online Jihad and the Case of Anwar Al-Awlaki: Nearly Three Million Viewings of Al-Awlaki's YouTube Videos - Included Would-Be Christmas Airplane Bomber, Fort Hood Shooter, 7/7 London Bomber, and Would-Be Fort Dix Bombers
Written by Daniel Pipes and Wafa Sultan
Right Side News presents this fascinating debate between Daniel Pipes and Wafa Sultan, which focuses on this one question Can Islam be Reformed to Co-exist with Non-Islam Cultures without fear of armed conflict and terrorist attacks from Islamic fundamentalists?
Written by Right Side News
Osman Imin Freed After Two Years; Concerns Remain Over Incarcerated Alimjan Yimit.
LOS ANGELES, November 24 (Compass Direct News) - A Uyghur Christian in China's troubled Xinjiang region was released last week after serving two years in a labor camp for alleged "illegal proselytizing" and "leaking ...
Written by Memri.org
On October 31, the Saudi daily Al-Watan published an article about an unprecedented crisis in Yemen-Iran relations, against the backdrop of the continued war between the Yemen government and the Houthi rebels in the Sa'da region of northern Yemen, and the Yemen government's accusations against Iran ...
Written by Bill Warner; Edited by Justin Elizabeth Tabler
September 23, 2009
Ex-Muslims in the US want civil rights assurances.
September 24, 2009
Schoolhouse Sharia: Christianity banned and Islamic studies are mandatory.