September 23, 2010

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Leftist Professors and Double Standards Part II

FrontPage Magazine 22 September 2010
By Fred Gottheil
Editor's note: In a recent Frontpage interview, Prof. Fred Gottheil told Jamie Glazov that he compiled a list of 675 email addresses from 900 signatures on a 2009 petition authored by Dr. David Lloyd, professor of English at the University of Southern California, that denounced Israel for "human rights violations."
He asked these 675 academics to sign onto a statement expressing concern about human rights violations against women, gays and lesbians in the Muslim Middle East. Only 27 agreed to sign it – less than 5 percent of the total who had signed Lloyd's petition. Below we publish Prof. Gottheil's statement...
 

Germany Will Become Islamic State, Says Chancellor Merkel

Family Security Matters 22 September 2010
By Paul Williams, PhD
Chancellor Angela Merkel said that Germans have failed to grasp how Muslim immigration has transformed their country and will have to come to terms with more mosques than churches throughout the countryside, according to the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung daily.
"Our country is going to carry on changing, and integration is also a task for the society taking up the task of dealing with immigrants,” Ms. Merkel told the daily newspaper. "For years we've been deceiving ourselves about this. Mosques, for example, are going to be a more prominent part of our cities than they were before.”
 

Hitler had strong ties to Islam, grand mufti

NewsOK.com  22 September 2010
Elizabeth Ritter (Your Views, Sept. 15) had better hope she never has to live under Sharia law in which women are property and are the only ones stoned for adultery. Ritter said the Bible and the
 

Barroso: Cultural differences hurt Turkey's European Union plan

Kyiv Post  22 September 2010
European Union Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said on Tuesday Turkey's ambitions to join the bloc are being thwarted because of cultural differences and a change in attitude toward
 

Denmark bomber finally confirms name

IceNews  22 September 2010
The man thought to be behind last week’s botched bombing in Copenhagen has admitted his identity for the first time since his arrest. Chechnyan boxer Lors Doukaiev confirmed his name at Copenhagen
 

St Gallen headscarf ban overturned

World Radio Switzerland 22 September 2010
A school in the town of Bad Ragaz which banned Islamic headscarves has had to change its position. The Regional School Association approved an appeal by a 15-year-old Muslim girl who refused to
 

Case against Dutch anti-Muslim cartoonist dropped

Radio Netherlands Worldwide 22 September 2010

Controversial Dutch cartoonist Gregorius Nekschot will not be prosecuted for publishing discriminatory depictions of Muslims online
The Public Prosecutor's Office said on Tuesday it had dropped the case because the contentious drawings were no longer shown on Mr Nekschot's website. In addition, the Prosecutor's Office says that Mr Nekschot has already spent a day and a half in jail, and that no new complaints have been lodged against him since 2005, in what the prosecutor called a dated case.
 

Terrorist suspect released without charge

Expatica France  22 September 2010
The Dutch Public Prosecution Office has released British man, originally from Somalia, who was arrested at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport on Sunday. He was arrested on suspicion belonging to a
 

Paris probes Al-Qaeda claim of kidnappings in Sahara

RFI 22 September 2010
Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb has claimed responsibility for last week's abduction of seven people in Niger, as French military planes scour the Sahara in search of clues. France's Defence
 

Al Qaeda targeting young web users: Interpol

ABC Online  22 September 2010
Interpol says the sharp growth in extremist websites is making recruitment much easier for Al Qaeda. Interpol head Ronald Noble has told a conference of police chiefs in Paris there were 12 sites
 

Wilders angry at political tint to queen's speech

DutchNews.nl  22 September 2010
Geert Wilders, leader of the anti-Islam PVV, feels his party came under attack by references to the need for 'stable government' in the queen's speech, the Telegraaf reports on Wednesday. Wilders
 

Leader's message submitted to Austria

Press TV, Iran 22 September 2010
A message from Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has been submitted to Austrian president and foreign minister. The message, which condemned desecration of the holy
 

Spain jails Kurd for shoe toss at Turkish premier

The Associated Press 22 September 2010
MADRID - A Syrian Kurd has been sentenced to three years in jail in Spain for throwing a shoe at Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Hokman Joma tried to hit Erdogan with a shoe Feb. 22
 

Bank Of London and The Middle East launches Islamic capital markets desk

AME Info 22 September 2010
Bank of London and The Middle East plc (BLME), London's leading wholesale Sharia'a compliant bank, has created an Islamic capital markets desk in response to market demand for high quality Islamic
 

Defeating Militant Islamist Ideology

Town Hall 22 September 2010
By Austin Bay
Al-Qaida has always been a propaganda power. Its dark genius has been to connect the Muslim world's angry, humiliated and isolated young men with a utopian fantasy preaching the virtue of violence.
 

Pay Up: Tab for Nixed Quran Burning is $200K

CBS News  22 September 2010
Authorities say security for last weekend's canceled Quran (Koran) burning at a central Florida church cost around $200,000. City officials say they expect the church to pay. Police Maj. Rick
 

Texas board looks to ban ‘pro-Islamic bias’ from school books

Raw Story 22 September 2010
By Stephen C. Webster
Led by a conservative majority, the Texas Board of Education is stepping into the national media furor over a rising tide of anti-Muslim sentiment in the United States, gearing up to vote later this