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Germany blasts Salafist 'Sharia Police' patrols

German politicians and media Monday called for a crackdown on radical Islamist propaganda after ultra-conservative Salafists took to the streets calling themselves the "Sharia Police".

Iraqi bishop urges world to act after Christians forced to flee

A senior Iraqi bishop has urged the world to act after Islamic hardliners drove Mosul’s Christians from the northern Iraqi city, effectively ending a presence there dating back to Christianity’s earliest years.

Over 6,000 Indian Shias seek visa to Iraq

It's a new Iraq surge in the making, and it has nothing to do with the US Army. Thousands of Indian Shias have applied for visas to Iraq where a deadly sectarian conflict between the extreme Sunni Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and the country's majority Shia population threatens all of West Asia.

I filmed the LAPD assaulting me at pro-Israel demo

Officers of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) assaulted me without provocation as I spoke to and filmed participants at a pro-Israel rally on the north side of Wilshire Blvd. by the Israeli consulate this evening.

ISIS crucify eight anti-Assad fighters in Syria

The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL/ISIS) fighters have publically executed and crucified eight rebels who were fighting both Assad and jihadists, according to a monitoring group using information from local sources.

Famous Barcelona bullring may be converted into Europe’s biggest mosque

The Emir of Qatar has reportedly agreed to roll out €2.2 billion ($2.99 bn) to convert Barcelona's Monumental bullring into a 40,000-capacity mosque, the biggest in Europe, by 2020, if the city council approves the project.


Sri Lanka shaken by religious violence

Tension has been escalating in Sri Lanka after a string of attacks by new hardline Buddhist groups on churches and mosques. 

Sri Lanka shaken by religious violence

Is ISIL really ‘Sunni’? Not at all

Is ISIL really Sunni? Many experts say “no.” Some question whether ISIL has a right to call itself an Islamic group at all.

Iraqi Militant Group Says It's Imposing Extreme Islamic Law

The militant group that has taken control of some key cities in Iraq says it will start implementing its strict version of Islamic law in Mosul and other areas it now controls. It says women should stay in their homes for reasons of modesty, and that thieves will have their hands cut off. And it's telling Sunni members of the military and police to abandon their posts and "repent" -- or else "face only death."


Islamists vow to defeat Libyan general

An al-Qaida-inspired group in Libya vowed on Tuesday to fight renegade former general Khalifa Hifter who is waging an offensive against Islamists, accusing him of being an "American agent" who wants to replicate last year's military overthrow of an elected government in neighboring Egypt.


NYPD enlisting Muslim informants from minor violators

New York police have been recruiting for informants in holding facilities for immigrants, most of them Muslims, aiming to “talk them” into spying on their own community in cafes, restaurants and mosques, documents obtained by The New York Times show.

‘Piles and piles’ of bodies in South Sudan slaughter

The townsfolk believed the mosque was safe. They crammed inside as rebel forces in South Sudan took control of the town from government troops. But it wasn’t safe. Robbers grabbed their cash and mobile phones. Then gunmen came and opened fire on everyone, young and old. The U.N. says that hundreds of civilians were killed in the massacre last week in Bentiu, the capital of South Sudan’s oil-producing Unity state, a tragic reflection of long-standing ethnic hostilities in the world’s newest country.

Muslims continue to flee CAR capital

Foreign forces escorted a convoy of more than 100 Muslims from the violence-stricken capital and reached the city of Bambari on Monday, some 300 kilometers (190 miles) northeast of the capital.

If Spain welcomes back its Jews, will its Muslims be next?

A proposed law will fast-track naturalisation of Jews whose ancestors were expelled 500 years ago. Now the descendants of Muslims who were ousted are also seeking the right to return

Nigerian fighters stage assault on school

Police in Nigeria are hunting for suspected Boko Haram fighters who set fire to a college, killing 59 students, and injuring many more. Some people tried to escape through windows, but were either shot or stabbed.

Residents accuse the security forces of abandoning the school children, after promising to protect schools following a similar attack.

Nigeria fighters stage assault on school

France says ‘partition’ must be prevented in war-torn Central African Republic

France’s Defence Minister Jean-Yves le Drian says the conflict-torn Central African Republic must not be allowed to split.

Muslims have no status in Italy

Muslims make up Italy’s second-largest religious group but their faith still lacks official national recognition, according to the president of the Union of Islamic Communities of Italy.


French firm bans Muslim headscarves at work

A privately-owned French company claims to have become the first in the country to ban the wearing of Muslim headscarves and other prominent religious symbols at work. But critics say the move, which had the backing of employees, is against the law.

Euro-Jihad? Radicalised EU citizens raise terror spectre on home front

There are real fears that terrorists cutting their teeth in Syria could spread across the EU. Europeans make up a big chunk of the 17 thousand foreign jihadists thought to be in the war-torn country. The biggest European contributor is France. As many as 700 of its nationals could be in Syria right now. Belgium and the UK are also in the top three. The worry is what happens when they return home.

Euro-Jihad? Radicalised EU citizens raise terror spectre on home front

Ken O'Keefe's Middle East - 911 Episode with Christopher Bollyn

This third episode of Ken O'Keefe's Middle East focuses on 9/11 and whose fingerprints are all over this false flag event.

Ken O'Keefe's Middle East - The Peoples Voice - 911 Episode with Christopher Bollyn

Military-backed Regime in Egypt Prepares for Referendum Amid Escalating Violence

Security forces kills activists, arrest others, while bombings spread throughout the country

Swastikas daubed on Stockholm mosque

Unknown perpetrators daubed black swastikas on the front door of a Stockholm mosque overnight, police said Thursday.

Syrian govt evacuates 5,000 from town besieged by Islamist rebels

The Syrian government evacuated around 5,000 people on Sunday from a town near Damascus where Islamist rebel fighters executed dozens of civilians two weeks ago, Syria’s state news agency reported.

Uyghur organization wants int’l probe on China killings

Uyghur Muslims in China have demanded an independent investigation into recent violence in the country’s restive far western region of Xinjiang, which claimed at least eight lives.


Ex-CIA analyst: NYT Benghazi article ‘an effort to revive discredited theory’ of anti-Islam video

A former CIA analyst poured cold water over the New York Times’ new report suggesting al-Qaida was not involved in the September 11, 2012 attack against American targets in Benghazi, Libya — calling the article “an effort to revive this discredited theory that the anti-Islam video was behind it.”

Dozens of bodies recovered after violence in Central African Republic

Red Cross workers have recovered 44 bodies from the streets of Central African Republic's capital Bangui, they said on Thursday after inter-religious fighting in the last two days.

Islamist rebels said to forcibly convert Syrian Druze

Residents of 14 villages in isolated northern region reportedly ordered by al-Qaeda-linked group to publicly embrace Islam.


Angola Bans Islam, Destroys Mosques

According to several Angolan newspapers, Angola has become the first country in the world to ban Islam and Muslims, taking first measures by destroying mosques in the country.

Muslim Brotherhood activists storm London university

Supporters of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood stormed a London university and gate-crashed a lecture. Security intervened to escort a guest speaker to safety away from protesters who chanted slogans against Egypt’s interim military leaders.


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