Pittsburgh Imam Fouad ElBayly: Ayaan Hirsi Ali should be put to death 

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 

Furor over author Ayaan Hirsi Ali's visit stirs debate on religious freedom Say what you want about your religion.  Go ahead, say anything that comes into your mind -- even if you don't agree with your minister, your priest, your rabbi. Even if you think you're right and they've got it all wrong, as long as you're not making a direct threat to someone, you can disagree or turn your back and walk away to another faith or to no faith at all.  

Al-Qaeda seeks to expand its operations 

Financial Times 

Al-Qaeda is reaching out from its base in Pakistan to turn militant Islamist groups in the Middle East and Africa into franchises charged with intensifying attacks on western targets, according to European officials and terrorism specialists. 

Jihadist video shows boy beheading man in Pakistan


The boy with the knife looks barely 12. In a high-pitched voice, he denounces the bound, blindfolded man before him as an American spy. Then he hacks off the captive's head to cries of "God is great!" and hoists it in triumph by the hair.  

Islamic Fanatics Beat Journalist in Canada to stop "writing against Islam" 


CHICAGO A journalist for the Mississauga, Ont.-based newspaper The Pakistan Post was assaulted by two men, one armed with a cricket bat, who warned him to stop "writing against Islam" and a Pakistan-based religious organization, the Canadian Journalists for Free Expression (CJFE) reported Thursday. 

Young Muslims in Turkey Murder Three Christians 

Deaths mark first known martyrdom of Turkish converts since founding of republic. 

by Barbara G. Baker  

ISTANBUL, April 19 (Compass Direct News) – In a gruesome assault against Turkey’s tiny Christian community, five young Muslim Turks entered a Christian publishing office in the southeastern province of Malatya yesterday (April 18) and slit the throats of the three Protestant Christians present.   

Muslims Forcing Christian Assyrians in Baghdad Neighborhood to Pay 'Protection Tax' 


Baghdad (AINA) -- Muslims in the Dora neighborhood of Iraq are forcing Assyrians (also known as Chaldeans and Syriacs) to pay the jizya, the poll tax demanded by the Koran which all Christians and Jews must pay in exchange for being allowed to live and practice their faith as well as being entitled to 'Muslim protection' from outside aggression. 

Islamic group in Baghdad: “Get rid of the cross or we will burn your Churches”. 

Asia News 

In the Dora quarter threats continue to be made against Christians. In the last two months Christian parishes have been forced to give in to extremist pressure, only the Church of Sts Peter and Paul has withstood so far. A fatwa forbids the practice of Christian ritual gestures. The US army occupies Babel College, property of the Chaldean Patriarchate.

 Two suicide bombers have blown themselves up in the Moroccan city of Casablanca, officials say.

BBC News 

One woman passer-by was injured in the blasts, which happened near the US consulate and its cultural centre.

Guilty plea in New York terror case  

Associated Press  

A martial arts expert pleaded guilty Wednesday to pledging to help al-Qaida by teaching his fighting skills, the third of four defendants and the second this week to admit guilt in the case.  

Youths clash with police on Malmö estate 


Youths throwing stones and eggs came to blows with police and fire officers in Malmö's Rosengård housing estate on Saturday night. 

Report: 'Moderate' Islamic charities back terror
U.S. government allegedly allowing major groups to channel funds

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Dearborn, Mich., mosque (Photo: National Public Radio)
Muslim charity groups posing as "moderates" continue to support terrorist activities, according to a report by the government watchdog Judicial Watch.

Al Qaeda claims deadly Algiers bombings 


Bombs killed 30 people in Algeria's capital on Wednesday, attacks claimed by al Qaeda that raised fears the north African oil exporter was slipping back into the intense political violence of the 1990s.  

Failed Bomb Plot in Germany Seen As Al-Qaida Initiation Test 

Spiegel on Line 

Germany narrowly escaped what could have been its worst-ever terrorist attack last July when two bombs placed on trains failed to detonate. The case comes to trial in a Lebanese court this week with German police suspecting that the attack was an initiation test for potential al-Qaida recruits. 

Russia and the Policing of Political Islam 


From the desk of Matthew Omolesky on Sat, 2007-04-07 07:58


Last week, a Russian law banning foreigners from retail stalls and markets, announced by the cabinet last November, finally took effect. While facially neutral, the law essentially targets immigrants from predominantly Muslim countries.

Airport watch figure confirms Muslim woman tie to terrorism

Dallas: Despite link, she and friend at Love Field allege police profiling  

Dallas News 

One of the subjects of a Dallas police intelligence bulletin, Asma Al-Homsi, says she's known convicted terrorist Wadih el Hage and his wife for more than two decades. 

In Overture to Iran, Qaddafi Declares North Africa Shi'ite and Calls for Establishment of New Fatimid State


On March 31, 2007, Libyan leader Mu'ammar Qaddafi called, in a speech in Niger to Tuareg tribal leaders, for the establishment of a second Shi'ite Fatimid state in North Africa, after the model of the 10th-13th century empire that ruled North Africa, Egypt, and parts of the Fertile Crescent. In his speech, Qaddafi denounced the division of Muslims into Sunni and Shi'ite as a colonialist plot, and rebuked the Arab League members for "hating Iran."


Three charged over 7/7 bombings 

 BBC News 

The 7 July bombers attacked a London bus and three Tube trains. Three men have been charged in connection with the 7 July suicide bombings in London.

Egyptian Attorney Prosecuted for Aiding Al-Qa'ida   

The Middle East News 

The Supreme State Security Prosecution (SSSP) in Cairo is charging an Egyptian attorney of heading what has become known as the "Egyptian Project" of Al-Qa'ida, the London-based daily A-Sharq Al-Awsat reports.  

Muslim radicals strengthen in Serbia
NOVI PAZAR, Serbia - The discovery of a mountain cave packed with plastic explosives, masks and machine guns — and the recent arrests of men devoted to radical Islam — have fueled fears that extremists are trying to carve out a stronghold in this remote corner of Europe.  

CAIR Seattle Chapter, joins rally denounce to Hamas and Sharia law.  


On March 31, 2007, concerned citizens across the nation stood in defiance of tyranny, murder, and intimidation. The United American Committee led the second annual Rally Against Islamofascism Day.

Supporters rallied to denounce acts of violence and oppression committed by Islamic Jihadis, and rallied against what they believed were dangerous subversive actions of the organization CAIR, the Council on American Islamic Relations.

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