UK preacher in secret web call for jihad 

Times on Line 

ONE of Britain’s most vocal, extremist preachers has been using a false name on a secret website to incite Muslim followers to go on jihad, or holy war, in Somalia.

Egyptian police arrest six prominent Muslim Brotherhood members, including two leaders 

Herald Tribune 

Police on Sunday arrested six prominent members of the Muslim Brotherhood, including two leaders and four top businessmen, in separate dawn raids across the country, police and the Islamic opposition group said. 

Somali Islamists held UK meeting to raise funds

 Courts group targeted by US air strikes had meeting with Foreign Office officials  

The Guardian   

According to a community leader in London, representatives of the Union of Islamic Courts, the Islamist group accused by the US of sheltering al-Qaida, visited the Finsbury Park mosque (above) in London in November.   


Mirror UK 

IN a dilapidated mosque, half a dozen awestruck young men listen to a preacher spell out his vision for Britain.

"King, Queen, House of Commons... if you accept it, you are a part of it," says Dr Ijaz Mian. "If you don't accept it, you have to dismantle it.  "So you being a Muslim, you have to fix a target. There will be no House of Commons. From that White House to this Black House, we know we have to dismantle it.  



Rome, 10 Jan. (AKI) - Italian conservative MP Daniela Santanche has received death threats over her opposition to the Muslim veil, Italy's leading paper Corriere della Sera reported in a front-page article on Wednesday. Santanche reportedly received a letter in Arabic and English at her lower house office Tuesday night with pictures of Dutch filmmaker Theo Van Gogh, murdered in 2004 by an Islamist fundamentalist for his movie Submission, which denounced violence on women in Muslim countries, and Dutch MP Hirsi Ali, the film's author, who has also received death threats.  

The Boston mosque's Saudi connection 

Boston Globe 

SPEAKING AT the State Department in 1999, Muhammad Hisham Kabbani, a Sufi sheik and leader of the Islamic Supreme Council of America, sounded an alarm about Muslim houses of worship in the United States. 

"The most dangerous thing that is going on now in these mosques . . . is the extremists' ideology," he said. "Because they are very active, they took over the mosques; . . . they took over more than 80 percent of the mosques that have been established in the US." He warned ominously that "a danger might suddenly come that you are not looking for . . . we don't know where it is going to hit.

Suspect 'wanted to blow up parliament in Australia 

A TERROR suspect who allegedly bought five stolen army rocket launchers said he would use them to blow up "the nuclear place" and Parliament House, a Sydney court heard today.  

UK terror threat of 100 British Muslims fighting in Iraq war 

Evening Standard 

A secret list of young Britons who have left to join the Iraqi terrorists' cause has been drawn up by MI5. 

Report: Terrorists may target UK energy facilities 


A British Sunday newspaper reported that the army would be deployed at British oil, gas and electricity facilities to defend them from possible terrorist attacks.  

The News of the World cited an unnamed security source as confirming security will be increased around the facilities after intelligence suggested terrorists may target the country's infrastructure.  

Push for caliphate in Australia 

Herald Sun 

THE Federal Government says it is powerless to ban a Muslim group calling for Australia to be taken over as part of an Islamic superstate. 

Attorney General Phillip Ruddock said today there was not enough evidence to ban the Hizb ut-Tahrir group despite its continuing call for Australia to become part of a Caliphate or "Khilafah".  

Investigation of would-be truck driver widens

 Rhode Island News 

Antiterrorism officials have widened their investigation of Mohammed Yousuf Mullawala, a 28-year-old Indian national arrested last month after his behavior drew attention at a Smithfield tractor-trailer school. Authorities say Mullawala’s “problematic” cell-phone records and his apparent guise as an international student prompted the now-national probe.

Londoner named as Al-Qaeda ‘banker’ 

Times on Line 

Accounts frozen as suspect accused over terror pipeline  THE British and American governments have named a key Al-Qaeda suspect in Britain as one of the terror group’s alleged bankers.

Mohammed al-Ghabra, whose bank accounts have been frozen by the Bank of England, last week denied any involvement in terrorism. He admitted he had “radical views” and said he was an active supporter of Respect, the anti-war party led by George Galloway, the maverick former Labour MP.   

Muslim worshippers are being urged by radical clerics to ignore British law  

The Observer  

An undercover investigation has revealed disturbing evidence of Islamic extremism at a number of Britain's leading mosques and Muslim institutions, including an organisation praised by the Prime Minister. 

Court 'cursed' as cartoon protester is convicted of incitement 

Times on Line 

Extremists screamed insults at an Old Bailey judge yesterday as a British Muslim was convicted of inciting murder during protests against the publication of cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad. Umran Javed, 27, had shouted “Bomb, bomb USA” and “Jihad is the path to Allah” as he led a 300-strong crowd in chants during a demonstration in London last year.  

Texas Man Stages Pig Races to Protest Islamic Neighbor's Plans to Build Mosque

 Fox News 

When an Islamic group moved in next door and told Craig Baker the pigs on his family's 200-year-old Texas farm had to go, he and his swine decided to fight back. 


Video: Oinkers Are Off to the Races

Jihadist who lived on the dole in Australia arrested in Iraq 

Australian News  

Australian citizen has been arrested by coalition forces in Iraq on suspicion of conspiring to commit terrorist acts. 

Warya Kanie, 39, an Iraqi Kurd, came to Australia about three years ago with his young daughter as part of the humanitarian refugee program to join his three brothers, who were already living in Adelaide. 

Former "moderate" Cleveland imam deported 

Cleveland News 

Fawaz Damra, the longtime local imam convicted of lying about his links to terrorist groups, was deported to the West Bank Thursday morning, immigration officials said. 

American Passports Found on Bodies of Al Qaeda Fighters in Somalia 

 ABC News 

A senior official in the Somali government's new Ministry of the Interior told ABC News government forces had recovered "dozens of foreign passports," including several American passports, on the bodies of al Qaeda fighters killed in combat between forces affiliated with the Union of Islamic Courts (UIC) and Ethiopian forces in Somalia.  

UK Cartoons protester found guilty   

 BBC News 

Umran Javed claimed the chants were "just slogans" A British Muslim has been found guilty of soliciting murder during a London rally against cartoons satirising the Prophet Muhammad. Umran Javed 27, of Birmingham, was also convicted of stirring up racial hatred by a jury at the Old Bailey.  

Minneapolis airport officials propose stiffer penalties for Muslim cab drivers refusing service 


Officials at Minneapolis-St. Paul International airport are proposing stiffer penalties — including suspension of an airport taxi license — to Muslim cab drivers who refuse service to passengers toting alcohol or service dogs.  

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