Egyptian Military Rejects Billions from Qatar, Accepts Billions from Saudi Arabia Pt.2

The Egyptian military has cracked down on the Muslim Brotherhood and their Gulf ally, Qatar, now revealing their clear partnership with Saudi Arabia

UK: Plot to Islamize state schools is far from over, says man sent to investigate the scandal
- Telegraph

Muslims claim that this country will be the first Islamic Nation in Europe…guess which one

The world is idly watching to see which European country will fall to Islamic rule, creating the first Muslim nation.
According to TMI, Muslims have already established which country will be the first to cave to Sharia:
A website claiming to be the Danish Muslim Party (DAMP) published a “press release” in English and Danish, saying that Denmark will be the first Muslim nation in Europe.

Iraqi Yazidi woman MP awarded Anna Politkovskaya prize

Iraqi legislator Vian Dakhil on Monday received the Anna Politkovskaya prize for her denunciation of the jihadist group Islamic State over its brutal treatment of Yazidi women.

The award -- handed out by London-based organisation RAW in WAR to honour women working to help those trapped in conflict -- is named after crusading Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya who was gunned down in Moscow on October 7, 2006.

Islam vs. Human Conscience — on The Glazov Gang
FrontPage Magazine

Dr. Durie joined the show to discuss“Islam vs. Human Conscience,”analyzing how Islam wages war on humans moral judgment and intuition [starts at 5:30 mark].
The dialogue transpired within the context of Boko Haram’s kidnapping of 276 schoolgirls in Nigeria and the Islamic roots of that barbaric act. Dr. Durie shed light on the Islamic theology that inspires and sanctions Muslims to enslave and rape kafir women.

The fight for economic liberty and the battle against cronyism and over-regulation of business: Middle East vs. USA edition


In today’s WSJ, Hernando de Soto argues that the cure for terrorism in the Middle East is capitalism, economic empowerment, and private property rights to help rescue “extralegal entrepreneurs” who have become trapped in their own countries as “economic refugees” by cronyism and burdensome over-regulation of market activity. Here’s an excerpt of “The Capitalist Cure for Terrorism”

After backlash, Isma retracts article titled ‘Islam on top, infidels below'
Malaysia | The Malay Mail Online

But where did they get this idea in the first place?

Could it have been from the Qur’an, which calls Muslims “the best of people” (3:110) and unbelievers “the most vile of created beings” (98:6)?

The sharp dichotomy between believers and unbelievers runs through all of Islam, and is epitomized by this verse:
“Muhammad is the apostle of Allah. Those who follow him are merciful to one another, harsh to the unbelievers”
(Qur'an 48:29).

In other words, Islam on top, Infidels below.
It has proven impolitic to say this aloud in Malaysia today, but that doesn't mean that many Muslims there have stopped believing it.

Harrods shoppers 'are buying into terror’

'Customers of Harrods are being urged to boycott the department store in a symbolic protest against its Qatari owners.

Qatar, which bought Harrods in 2010, has been accused of either directly funding terrorist groups or turning a blind eye to financiers operating out of the Gulf state.

It is now facing a backlash from protesters sickened by the executions of Western hostages in Syria and the violence wreaked on the region by the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (Isil), al-Qaeda and other offshoot terror groups.

Harrods was sold by Mohamed Al Fayed, its previous owner, to Qatar Holdings, part of the Qatar Investment Authority, the state’s sovereign wealth fund, in May 2010 for a reported £1.5 billion.
The sale was concluded by Qatar’s then prime minister Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber al Thani, who was also chief executive of the wealth fund.

Under his rule, Qatar also owns or co-owns a number of other landmarks including the Shard, Europe’s tallest skyscraper, as well as large stakes in some major UK businesses.'

Media Silent as Muslims Ethnically Cleanse 60,000 Christians in Philippines | FrontPage Magazine

Philippine troops have started to battle their way into coastal villages in the south where Muslim rebels have held scores of residents hostage in a six-day standoff, sparking fierce clashes that have killed 56 people and displaced more than 60,000, officials said Saturday.

Chechen Isis fighters under Omar al-Shishani threaten to take fight to Putin
- Middle East - World - The Independent

Omar al-Shishani phoned his father back in Georgia’s Pankisi Gorge saying that he would have “revenge” on Vladimir Putin, Bloomberg reported.

“He said ‘don’t worry dad, I’ll come home and show the Russians,’” his father Temur Batirashvili said.

“I have many thousands following me now and I’ll get more. We’ll have our revenge against Russia.”

Estimates for the number of Chechens fighting in Syria range between 200 and 1,000 and there is growing concern that Isis fighters are being trained to commit terrorist attacks on their return.

Many of the fighters are reportedly from the Pankisi Gorge on the border of Georgia and Chechnya, like al-Shishani, in the Caucasus region wedged between Russia, Iran and Turkey.

He was promoted to be the commander of units in Syria but recently his title on videos has appeared just as “commander” suggesting he may be heading the entire Isis army.

Norway to deport more than 10.000 illegal immigrants next year, government says

Despite increased resources and efforts, by August 2014, there are still 4350 people in asylum centers who have received a final rejection of the application for asylum.

The reason is that the police are in doubt about their identity, or that their country of origin will not accept them back if they are deported by force. Several have also disappeared without a trace when the police came to pick them up.

Now the government will spend 200 million NOK more next year so that more foreigners can be deported.

Most will be asylum seekers who have received a final rejection of the application for asylum, or foreigners who are convicted of crimes.

- The Government's aim is that people without legal residence, and criminal foreigners, are to be returned faster, Justice Minister Anders Anundsen, says.

In 2015, the police will be returning 7800 foreigners by force. In addition, 2300 will be returned in the form of 'assisted returns'.

German Report: How Turkey Arms and Sends Wahhabi Jihadists into Syria

Will the 'Coalition of the Willing' bomb jihadists into power in Syria?

Most Syrians are much more afraid of the anti-government jihadists than of any other force fighting on the ground.

NATO member Turkey is mainly responsible for the growing number of al-Qaeda affiliated

IMPORTANT: Kurds Clash With Salafis in Hamburg, 14 Injured - ABC News

Police spokeswoman Karina Sadowsky said Wednesday that the clashes happened after hundreds of Kurds held a protest against the Islamic State group. Similar protests took place throughout Europe on Tuesday by Kurds seeking to draw attention to Islamic State's onslaught against the Kurdish town of Kobani in northern Syria.

The violence erupted after a standoff between the protesters and members of a nearby mosque associated with the Salafist movement. Salafism is a strict interpretation of Islam, whose adherents are closely monitored by German security services.

Yemen - Will an Iranian Stronghold Emerge Near the Entrance to the Red Sea?


  • This past month, Sana'a, the capital of Yemen, was transformed. In a revolutionary development, Zaydi Shiites from the Houthi clan took control of Sana’a.
  • While the Zaydi Shiism practiced in Yemen differs from the Shiism practiced in Iran, in recent years Iran has sought to bring the Zaydis under its wings. Last year an Iranian weapons boat bound for Yemen was interdicted.
  • Over the past three years the Houthis have gathered momentum both as a fighting force and as a political movement. There have been repeated reports that the Houthis have received training from Iran’s Revolutionary Guards and from Hizbullah, which have sought to recruit them to fight for them in the Syrian Civil War.
  • Thus the takeover in Yemen is important to the international community; its significance goes far beyond the future of Yemen. Moreover, a Houthi-controlled Yemen could evolve into a full-scale Iranian stronghold in the future and threaten freedom of movement through the Bab al Mandab Strait, the gateway to the Red Sea and a vital sea route between Europe and the Far East.

Nigeria: Boko Haram Torch 185 Churches in Captured Towns of Borno and Adamawa

Oddly enough, they didn't torch any mosques, even though, as everyone knows, they have nothing to do with Islam.

A prominent Nigerian reverend has revealed Islamist terror group Boko Haram destroyed over 180 churches in the West African country following its capture of towns and villages in the north-eastern states of Borno and Adamawa.

Obama's surprising moment of clarity
Jerusalem Post

Last Wednesday, in his September 24 speech to the UN General Assembly, US President Barack Obama stated: “The situation in Iraq, Syria and Libya should cure anyone of the illusion that this conflict [Palestinian-Israeli] is the main source of problems in the region; for far too long, it has been used in part as a way to distract people from problems at home.”

Turkey handed over 180 jihadists to IS in exchange for hostages | i24news

At least 180 jihadists were handed over to the Islamic State (IS) in exchange for the release of 49 Turkish hostages, The Times reported Monday.

The hostages, who were abducted at Turkey's consulate in Mosul, were released on September 20 after more than three months in captivity.

Two British citizens who are currently being investigated by Britain's counter-terrorism authorities were reportedly part of the deal.

According to The Times, the list of swapped jihadists also includes Swedish, French, Swiss and Belgian citizens.

US gasoline prices plunge to an average of $3.28 per gallon ($2.77 in St. Louis), saving US consumers billions of dollars
| AEIdeas

0,58 to 0,68 Euros a litre...gas

Denmark: Christians flee Muslim-dominated areas

Christians with Middle Eastern backgrounds in Denmark experience harassment, verbal attacks and in some cases direct violence from Muslims.

Then he noticed the cross around her neck.

“Well, you have a cross on — then you are also a Christian fucking whore. Do you know what we do to people like you? Do you know what we do to people like you? You get stoned,” he screamed.

TV2 News has also interviewed another woman who is persecuted for her Christian faith.

She wants to remain anonymous for fear of reprisals and because she and her son are being harassed on the block where they live. Living in that area as a single Christian mother without an Islamic scarf makes her stick out in an area with primarily Muslim families.

“My son is being called everything. I get called all sorts of things. Infidel. Filthy Christians. They tell me I ought to be stoned to death,” she says.

“My son was beaten at the bus stop. He was called pig, dirty potato (Muslim slang for Danes), and that ‘you and your mother should die.”’

Both the woman of Iranian background and Jojo are now trying to move away from the areas where they live.

Belgium: Jihad Mega-Trial Begins
by Soeren Kern • October 6, 2014
'If you want to land in hell like all unbelievers that is your problem. ... We do not have an ounce of respect for you, infidels, nor for the way you live. Our religion and way of life are superior to yours.' — Fouad Belkacem.

Belkacem called for violence against the West and said that becoming a jihadist was the greatest act of submission to Allah.

Belgium's largest-ever terrorism trial has begun under tight security in the port city of Antwerp, where 46 members of the Islamist group Sharia4Belgium are being accused of recruiting dozens of young Muslims to fight for the jihadist group, Islamic State.

Sharia4Belgium, a radical Salafist group, was founded in 2010 with the purpose of implementing Islamic Sharia law in Belgium. The group generated controversy in September 2011, when it announced the opening of a Sharia Law court in Antwerp, the second-largest city in Belgium.

Although Sharia4Belgium announced its voluntary dissolution in 2012, when some of its leaders were imprisoned, Belgian authorities say it has continued to operate underground to recruit and funnel jihadists.


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Τα μέλη της ορχήστρας αντέδρασαν αποχωρώντας από την σκηνή...

ISIS Gains Ground - in Libya
Middle East News - Arutz Sheva

US President Barack Obama has declared war on Islamic State (ISIS), saying that it 'misrepresents Islam.'
But video footage which surfaced earlier this week proves otherwise - and that ISIS may be gaining ground in new places in the Arab world.
The Ansar al-Sharia terror group, affiliated with ISIS, has declared authority during the last several days over the coastal city of Darna, Libya.

Belgian police launch probe into ‘jihadist training camp
France 24

Sporting combat fatigues, balaclavas and bullet proof vests, the men stomp around the sylvan Belgian countryside, wielding what appears to be dummy guns and looking incongruously menacing in the Western European forest.

But in a tiny European nation that has seen a disproportionate percentage of its population joining jihadist groups in Syria and Iraq, the photographs sparked alarm, prompting a police investigation into the possibility that Belgium’s Ardennes region was being used to train would-be jihadists, Belgian media reported on Friday.

“This looks nothing like a simple game of paintball with friends, but more like a radical training camp,” Belgian newspapers Het Nieuwsblad and De Standaard quoted a police source as saying.

The photos were posted on the Facebook page of a man named Abd Al Wadoud Abu Daoud under the title, “A Beautiful Day Among Brothers”.


White Widow Samantha Lewthwaite 'training ISIS female suicide bomber squad in Syria'
Daily Mail Online

Samantha Lewthwaite, 30, from Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire has spent the past two and a half years on the run and has been repeatedly linked to terrorist plots in East Africa.

The mother-of-four - who is the widow of one of the 7/7 suicide bombers - is charged with plotting a bombing campaign across Kenya in 2011.

Suicide bomber kills five police in Chechnya |
i24news - See beyond

'Five police were killed and 12 injured on Sunday when they 'foiled an attempt' by a suicide bomber to attack a concert hall in the capital of Chechnya, Russian investigators said.

The attacker blew himself up outside the hall where thousands were gathering for a concert to mark Grozny City Day in the regional capital, an interior ministry spokesman told AFP.

He triggered the explosives after police securing the hall tried to inspect the man's identity papers, the spokesman added.'

Dutch Military Retreats Before... Tweets!
- GateStone

By ordering Dutch soldiers to be 'invisible' in The Netherlands, what message is the government sending to it enemies, let alone its own citizens?

Jihadists now know that a few tweets from a single Dutch jihadist can fundamentally alter Dutch defense policy. It will order the personnel tasked with keeping The Netherlands safe to hide.

A country that has to hide its soldiers on its own soil and protect its Jewish schools with Military Police cannot possibly maintain that it has no real problems with elements of its Muslim minority.

Threats tweeted by the jihadist known as Muhajiri Shaam, pictured above, have caused the Dutch military to order its soldiers not to wear uniforms in public.

Jordan tackles homegrown Islamists as it joins attacks on Isis
October 5, 2014 10:03 pm
The Financial Times

By John Reed in Amman

Jordan tackles homegrown Islamists as it joins attacks on Isis -
The bearded man stood in a cage at Amman’s state security court, accused of posting messages and videos sympathetic to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isis) on Facebook. Wassim Abu Ayesh, who was arraigned last week under Jordan’s recently

US intelligence: Islamic State fighters pose as Syrian refugees to enter Europe

An estimated 450 radical German Muslims have traveled in the direction of Syria and roughly 150 radical German Islamists have returned from Syria.

Why does Russia support Syria's Al-Assad?

Jordanian Commentators Demolish Studio While Arguing over Syria War

Hezbollah clashes with IS-linked rebels, as Nusra makes gains - Israel News, Ynetnews

Al-Qaeda linked Nusra Front takes control of area close to Israeli border, making headways in southern Syria, as Hezbollah fighters clash with Islamic State militants near border with Lebanon, at least 16 killed.,7340,L-4577895,00.html


'The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has summoned Sweden’s ambassador to Israel to Jerusalem in the wake of the statement by Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven this weekend that his government will recognize the Palestinian Authority as a sovereign country.

“If what concerns the Prime Minister of Sweden in his inaugural address is the situation in the Middle East, he would better focus on the more urgent problems in the region, such as the daily mass murder taking place in Syria, Iraq and elsewhere in the region.”

Muslims account for nearly 10 percent of Sweden’s population and the country has accepted nearly 100,000 refugees this year alone from Iraq and Syria. It is no coincidence that in Sweden, as in other European nations, the overwhelming Muslim demographic in leftist parties tends to tilt government policies in favor of the Palestinian Authority.'

Islamic State is hatching plan to gain Iranian nuclear secrets

The jihadist organization plans to pay off Russia, seized document states, exchanging its control of Anbar province's vast gas fields for information on Iran's nuclear program.

Hunger Growls in Egypt
by Daniel Pipes
The Washington Times
October 6, 2014

Egypt, famed for millennia as the 'breadbasket of the Mediterranean,' now faces alarming food shortages. A startlingly candid report in Cairo's Al-Ahram newspaper by Gihan Shahine, entitled 'Food for Stability' makes clear the extent of the crisis. To begin, two anecdotes: Although compelled by her father to marry a cousin who could afford to house and feed her, Samar, 20, reports that they 'have only had fried potatoes and aubergines for dinner most of the week.' Her sisters, 10 and 13, who left school to take up work, are losing weight and suffer chronic anemia...

Pakistani Taliban declare allegiance to ISIS and global jihad | News , World | THE DAILY STAR

DERA ISMAIL KHAN/ISLAMABAD: The Pakistani Taliban declared allegiance to ISIS Saturday and ordered militants across the region to help the Middle Eastern jihadist group in its campaign to set up a global Islamic caliphate.

Moscow bans Islamic sacrifice of fully-conscious animals for upcoming Muslim holiday of Eid

Muslims in the Russian capital Moscow have been denied the right to celebrate the upcoming Eid al-Adhu (Feast of the Sacrifice) Islamic holiday after local authorities banned them from carrying out the traditional slaughter ritual, famous for its barbaric and agonizingly slow, pain-filled blood-letting of animals.

Catholic Priest Exposes Islam For What It Truly Is

“The purpose of Islam, with the often violent means it can and does use to accomplish it, is to extend its rule, in the name of Allah, to all the world.

“The world cannot be at ‘peace’ until it is all Muslim. The ‘terror’ we see does not primarily arise from modern totalitarian theories, nationalism, or from anywhere else but what is considered, on objective evidence, to be a faithful reading of a mission assigned by Allah to the Islamic world, which has been itself largely procrastinating about fulfilling its assigned mission.”

Schall, who taught for several years at various locations before retiring in December 2012, including Gregorian University in Rome and Georgetown University, condemns “Western thinkers” for their “narrow views” when it comes to writing off ISIS and other like groups as just extremists and not of Islam.

“To look elsewhere for an explanation is simply not to see what the Islamic State and its friends are telling us about why they act as they do. The tendency among pragmatic Western thinkers, locked into their own narrow views, is to exclude any such motivation as an excuse of raw power. This view shows the intellectual shortcomings of Western leaders and the narrowness of much Western thought.

“Jihadism, as it were, is a religious movement before it is anything else. Allah does grant violence a significant place. It is over the truth of this position, or better the inability to disprove it, that the real controversy lies.”

Rev. Schall also writes that when Islam was founded, it was intended to be the “world religion.”

Three Things About Islam
- YouTube

Three surprising things you probably didn't know about Islam.
This subject WILL affect you in the near future, so take the chance to inform yourself now - before it does.

The EU Creates a Mess - Again

by Peter Martino • October 4, 2014 at 5:00 am
The EU's dependency on Russian gas is a direct result of the EU's own catastrophic energy policies in the past. It seems that Europe, having made itself almost totally dependent on Russian gas and oil during the past decade, now wants the US to come and save it from self-inflicted disaster.

The Ukrainians by now should have come to realize that with friends like the EU….The fallout is everywhere, from a maimed Ukraine with hundreds of dead, to the West entangled in a trade war with Russia, with sanctions going back and forth.
While the West is fighting a war with ISIS in Syria and Iraq, the European Union is bringing the relations between Russia and the West over Ukraine into an ever greater mess. The free trade agreement between the US and the EU, the so-called Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), is likely to become the next victim of the Ukrainian conflict.

Last week, European Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht warned that TTIP is at risk of never being agreed upon. He blamed the debacle on Washington's and Berlin's failure to provide political leadership. The real stumbling block, however, is De Gucht's own European Commission in Brussels. It insists that TTIP include an energy chapter in which Washington guarantees the Europeans unlimited access to US energy and raw materials in case Russia limits its oil and gas supplies to Europe.