Islamic terror hits tourist paradise

By Associated Press
MALE, Maldives - While vacationing tycoons and bikini-clad Hollywood superstars blissfully sipped drinks on the Maldives’ secluded white beaches, an Islamic revolution fueled by preachers trained in Pakistan and the Middle East was brewing.

Muslim Council of Britain leader: It's all the government's fault 

Dr Bari: Government stoking Muslim tension

Telegraph By Rachel Sylvester and Alice Thomson

The head of the Muslim Council of Britain does not mince his words on integration, report Rachel Sylvester and Alice Thomson

There is fear and loathing in Britain. This week, the head of MI5 claimed there were 2,000 people involved in terrorist activity and children as young as 15 were being "groomed" to be suicide bombers. - Home

Bashir warns against Indon jihad

From correspondents in Jakarta

HARDLINE cleric Abu Bakar Bashir today told his fellow Indonesian Muslims that if they wanted to go on jihad, they should do so outside the country.

“If you want to go on jihad, do not do it here (in Indonesia), but in the southern Philippines or even in Iraq,” Bashir told members and supporters of the Indonesian Mujahideen Council (MMI) in a sermon at a mosque in Kediri, East Java province, the state Antara news agency said.

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British Muslim woman convicted of penning poems about beheadings


An airport worker who wrote poems about beheadings is the first woman to be found guilty under new terror laws.

Samina Malik, who liked to call herself a "lyrical terrorist", called for attacks on the West and described "poisoned bullets" capable of killing an entire street in her poetry.

An Internet Jihad Aims at U.S. Viewers


When Osama bin Laden issued his videotaped message to the American people last month, a young jihad enthusiast went online to help spread the word.

“America needs to listen to Shaykh Usaamah very carefully and take his message with great seriousness,” he wrote on his blog. “America is known to be a people of arrogance.”

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Two arrested in dawn raids on suspicion of recruiting for jihad as part of Europe-wide swoop

Sean O’Neill and Richard Owen

Pakistan 'less than robust' at combating extremism 

Craig Skehan

The Howard Government has accused elements of Pakistani military intelligence of continuing to support Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan, where two Australian soldiers have been killed in the past month.

Terror in UK sourced in Pakistan: MI5 chief

Hindustan Times 

Over the last five years, much of the command, control and inspiration for attack planning in the UK has derived from Al Qaeda's remaining core leadership in the tribal areas of Pakistan, according to the head of Britain's intelligence service MI5.

Muslim Brotherhood Urges Jordan to Dissolve Treaty with Israel

by Hana Levi Julian

( The Islamist organization that is outlawed in Egypt but tolerated in Jordan has called for the dissolution of the treaty signed 13 years ago between the Hashemite Kingdom and Israel.

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Muslim groups get £70m to tackle extremism

Joanna Sugden and agencies

Muslim groups will receive £70 million in Government funds to help tackle extremism in "ungoverned spaces" such as internet chat rooms and snooker halls.

Hazel Blears, Communities Secretary, said that the money will be targeted at Muslim communities and rejected suggestions that the funding discriminated against other faith groups.

Britain's 30-year war on terror


Chief Reporter

BRITAIN faces a 30-YEAR war to crush terrorists intent on mass slaughter here, Gordon Brown’s security supremo warned yesterday.

Admiral Lord Alan West dramatically DOUBLED his earlier estimate of 15 years to make the UK safe from attack.

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Small-time drug dealers and petty thieves who lived to carry the can

Most of those sentenced played minor roles after the ringleaders committed suicide when police closed in, our correspondent writes

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Bali bomber cried for Muslims but unrepentant for others 

ONE of the three Bali bombers on death row in Indonesia has admitted crying for Muslim victims of his crime, but remained unrepentant for taking other lives.

Bali bombings mastermind Imam Samudra told an Indonesian television station he was "very sorry" and had wept because he had killed Muslims in the 2002 attack.

U.S. Rests Case in Terrorism Trial

Associated Press Writer
MIAMI (AP) -- Federal prosecutors rested Thursday in the trial of seven men accused of plotting to destroy Chicago's Sears Tower and bomb FBI offices in several cities in hopes of sparking an armed insurrection against the U.S. government.

Teachers' Muslim dress order in UK school

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A SCHOOL was yesterday accused of MAKING teachers dress up as Asians for a day – to celebrate a Muslim festival.

Kids at the 257-pupil primary have also been told to don ethnic garb even though most are Christians.

Madrid bombers get long sentences

 Defendants in the Madrid trial. 3110
All the accused pleaded "not guilty" during the four-month trial

A Spanish court has sentenced three men to thousands of years in jail for their part in the Madrid bombings in 2004.

Moroccans Jamal Zougam and Otman el Ghanoui and Spaniard Emilio Trashorras were convicted of murder, but suspected mastermind Rabei Osman was acquitted.


'Hate literature easily found at UK mosques'

By Toby Helm, Chief Political Correspondent

Extremist literature that encourages hatred of gays, Christians and Jews can be easily found at many of Britain's mosques, according to a new survey.

  • Read the survey on the Policy Exchange website

  • Australia risks 'London-type bombing'

    The Australian 

    AUSTRALIA faces a "London-type bombing" if relations between Muslims and the intelligence and police authorities do not improve, an influential Islamic youth leader has warned.

    Fadi Rahman, who runs one of Sydney's biggest youth centres at Lidcombe in the city's west, said overseas Islamic elements were attempting to radicalise Muslim youth with their hardline ideologies.

    Rod Dreher: Holy Land trial revealed a covert Islamist agenda

    Holy Land Foundation trial was a disaster, but it did reveal a dangerous and covert Islamist agenda behind some Muslim organizations

    09:22 AM CDT on Sunday, October 28, 2007

    What an embarrassment the Holy Land Foundation mistrial was. Yes, it was a disappointment for us who wanted to see that Hamas-loving bunch convicted. But no matter which side you were on, the jury's deadlock and post-trial revelations of utter cluelessness made our system look shabby and pathetic.

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    Muslim prisoners sue for millions after they were offered ham sandwiches for Ramadan


    Scores of Muslim inmates at a high security prison are set to launch a multi-million pound claim for compensation after they were offered ham sandwiches during the holy month of Ramadan.

    They say their human rights were breached when they were given a special nightly menu - drawn up to recognise their specific dietary requirements - by officers at HMP Leeds last month.

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