The Kenyan jihad

Melanie Philips The Spectator

While I was away, reading about the appalling atrocities in Kenya in which churches were torched and dozens of Christians burned to death, I wondered whether any mainstream media would get the point. They didn’t. As far as I could see, the violence was universally ascribed to ‘tribal conflict’. But this isn’t the first time churches in Kenya have been torched, as you can read here (date unknown):

Honor Killing in Texas

Amina Said, 18, and her sister Sarah, 17, smile happily in one widely circulating photo, and Amina is wearing what looks like a sweatshirt bearing the name “AMERICAN.” But their fate may have been the herald of a new, disquieting feature of the American landscape: honor killing. Amina and Sarah were shot dead in Irving, Texas, on New Year’s Day. Police are searching for their father, Yaser Abdel Said, on a warrant for capital murder.

Think about it...The Muslim Brotherhood congratulates Christians on Christmas !!!

Liberal Blog 

The Muslim Brotherhood has issued a very nice statement this year to congratulate Christians on the occasion of Christmas. Unlike previous years the letter is very clear and strong in its words. It is written and sent by Mahdi Akef and the entire Executive Council of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Malaysia refusing to issue new visas for foreign non-Muslim clerics

AFP   

KUALA LUMPUR - NON-MUSLIM religious groups said on Tuesday that Malaysia is refusing to issue new visas for foreign priests, in the latest eruption of ethnic discord in the multicultural nation.

The dentist terrorist: British Muslim who planned to murder UK troops jailed 

 Daily Mail 

When he was stopped at Heathrow, dentist Sohail Qureshi claimed he was flying to Pakistan to celebrate the Muslim festival of Eid with his family.

 The haul of weapons, cash and terror handbooks he was carrying however told a much more sinister story.An Islamic extremist, the 30-year-old was in fact on his way to fight for the Taliban against British troops.

Lady MP under fire in headscarf row

Daily News 

KUWAIT: A Kuwaiti Islamist MP presented a request yesterday to question the Gulf state's only woman minister, a liberal who has been under hardline fire for refusing to wear a head scarf.

Nouriya Al Subeeh had stirred the anger of Islamist MPs when she took the oath in parliament in April without wearing a head cover in line with strict Muslim laws. Since then she has been under scrutiny by Islamist MPs and could be dismissed if the grilling leads to a parliamentary no-confidence motion against her.

Prison systems breeding radical Islam 

United Press 

RABAT, Morocco, Dec. 31 (UPI) -- Preferential treatment for detained militants in Moroccan prisons highlights the influence the various jihadi movements have over authorities.

Monday's New York Times cited the case of Ahmed Rafiki, known as the father of Moroccan jihadists, whose lush private gardens, radios and visits by his two wives in prison showcase the balancing act between counter-terrorism efforts and the influence of Islamic militants.

Cleric’s chilling warning to UK

The Sun 

Threat ... Sun man Harvey meets Imam Rehamn

Threat ... Sun man Harvey meets Imam Rehamn

Phil Hannaford

A FANATICAL Pakistani cleric told The Sun yesterday of his chilling dream to turn the world Muslim – by force if necessary.

Reuters

Malaysian Hindu loses bid to ban Muslim conversion

By Jalil Hamid

PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia (Reuters) - Malaysia's highest court threw out on Thursday a bid by a Hindu woman to stop her estranged husband from converting their youngest son to Islam.

Benazir Bhutto Killed by the real Pakistan.

By Andrew C. McCarthy

A recent CNN
poll showed that 46 percent of Pakistanis approve of Osama bin Laden.

Aspirants to the American presidency should hope to score so highly in the United States. In Pakistan, though, the al-Qaeda emir easily beat out that country’s current president, Pervez Musharraf, who polled at 38 percent.

 

Woman caught with bomb under burqa: official

ASADABAD, Afghanistan - Afghan intelligence agents said Monday they had detained a woman hiding a bomb-filled waistcoat of the type used in Taleban suicide attacks under her all-covering burqa.

Sawiris fatwa blow

ameinfo.com

Egyptian cleric Sheikh Yussef Al Badri has issued a fatwa urging Muslims to boycott the businesses of billionaire Naguib Sawiris following comments the tycoon made about the tendency of women in the North African country to wear the Hijab, reported the AFP. Last month Sawiris, a Coptic Christian, said 'I have the impression of being in Iran. I feel like a foreigner'. Sawiris is the Chairman and CEO of Orascom Telecom.

 

Belgium arrests 14 in terrorism probe 

Associated Press 

BRUSSELS, Belgium - Belgian police detained 14 suspected Islamic extremists on Friday and the government said they were plotting a jailbreak to free an al-Qaida prisoner convicted of planning to attack U.S. military personnel.

Interior Ministry Warns of Radicalization of Muslims

Associted Press 

 A new study commissioned by Germany's Interior Ministry warns of a growing threat from the radicalization of Muslims in the country. Six percent of Muslims in Germany support violence in the name of Islam, the authors write.

UK: Muslim prisoners group ‘is front for banned cleric’

Gulf News

LONDON: An organisation campaigning on behalf of Muslim prisoners in British jails is a front for extremists run by a banned cleric, the Evening Standard can reveal.

Captive Support claims to be a human rights group, monitoring inmates’ welfare and calling for their release.

Pakistan police helped British suspect escape

(AFP) 

ISLAMABAD - A government inquiry into the escape of a British terror plot suspect who escaped in Pakistan has determined his police escorts helped him flee, a local newspaper reported on Thursday.

Egyptian an arrested with 'Christmas Day' bomb in Philippines 

Agence France-Presse 

POLICE in the southern Philippine city of Cotabato have arrested an Egyptian man allegedly plotting a bomb attack on Christmas day.

The suspect, identified as Egyptian national Mohamad Sayed, was arrested during a raid on an apartment inside the Majad Islamic School in Cotabato.

The Daily Mail logo

British children targeted with terror sing-along DVD for would-be suicide bombers

By CHRIS BROOKE

A shocking sing-along children's DVD which glorifies suicide bombing is being investigated by anti-terrorist police after being found on sale in one of Britain's terrorist hotbeds.

The disc - part of an Egyptian-made series - is on sale in West Yorkshire, where three of the July 7 bombers lived, and is aimed at youngsters from the local Muslim community.

Briton who converted to Islam arrested by Kenyan anti-terror police after arms seized

Daily Mail 

A British convert to Islam is being held by Kenyan police as part of an anti-terrorism operation.

Graham Adams, 31, who also uses the name Ahmed Khalid Ibrahim since becoming a Muslim as a teenager, was arrested in the port city of Mombasa last Tuesday.

Somali drug may fund terrorism, 14 Tonnes Seized

Stewart Bell, National Post  

A Somali Canadian displays the illegal drug khat at a strip mall in Toronto's Little Mogadishu neighbourhood.

Somali Canadian displays the illegal drug khat at a strip mall in Toronto's Little Mogadishu neighbourhood.

Terrorist groups may be funding their activities through khat, an illegal stimulant smuggled daily into Canada, says a newly released intelligence report.


2014 united copts .org
 
Copyright © 2023 United Copts. All Rights Reserved.
Website Maintenance by: WeDevlops.com