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Hamas Terrorists Charges with Babies in Hand

By Shimon Cohen, Maayana Miskin   Children in Gaza Wounded soldiers have given shocking testimony regarding Hamas’ use of young children as human shields. Parents of wounded soldiers spoke to Kol Yisrael on Tuesday and shared some of the disturbing stories they had heard from their sons. They said soldiers have repeatedly seen young children … Continue reading

Iran Remains a Danger to the World

By Ronn Torossian With the July 20 “deadline” for a nuclear agreement between Iran and the rest of the world, the world must remain strong on the dangers which Iran poses.  Despite the weakness of certain world leaders, Iran remains a vast danger. Some important statements to remember:  “Today the world has become a much … Continue reading

Saudi Arabia: The Jinn made me do it

A judge who allegedly confiscated large plots of empty government land using forged deeds claimed it was a jinn who made him carry out his illegal activities. He said he was possessed and did not know what he was doing. The human lawyer of the judge refused to continue defending him and apologized for not … Continue reading

Confronting Time Magazine’s whitewash of Islamic anti-Semitism

In “Islamic Anti-Semitism Must Be Confronted” in Breitbart today, Pamela Geller torpedoes the arrogant Islamic supremacist Qasim Rashid’s whitewashing of Islamic anti-Semitism in Time Magazine. Please help us take these ads nationwide. CONTRIBUTE HERE! Qasim Rashid begins his attack on our American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI) ads against Islamic anti-Semitism by stating: “New bus ads … Continue reading

Immense Explosion in Iran May Have Nuclear Origins

Huge blast in Qazvin, rumored site of nuclear center; ‘many casualties’ expected.  By Eliran Aharon, Tova Dvorin An immense explosion has been heard throughout the northern Iranian city of Qazvin, semi-official Fars news agency reported, and many casualties are expected from the blast. Around 1.1 million people live in the city, which is located about 100 … Continue reading

Iran Threatens to Destroy U.S. Navy

Iranian Navy can sink an American aircraft carrier “in less than a minute,” claims its commander. By Elad Benari and Dalit Halevi The commander of the Iranian Navy stated on Tuesday that his forces were trained to destroy U.S. warships. Speaking to the Fars news agency, the commander, Rear Admiral Ali Fadavi, threatened the Navy … Continue reading

Islam and Human Rights

by Majid Rafizadeh Recently, I met a Syrian Salafist while speaking to Leaders of Democracy Fellows about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Islam and human rights violations in Syria. The individual who lives in Syria, and who seems to sympathize with Jubhat Al- Nusrah (Al-Nusrah Front), drew several distinctions between Islamic objectives of the global … Continue reading

Surprise Attack on Iran: Can Israel Do It?

Thomas Saether According to a report in March by the Israeli daily Haaretz, Israel continues to prepare for a strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities. Quoting anonymous members of the Knesset who were present during hearings on the military budget, officials in the Israel Defense Force (IDF) have allegedly received instructions to continue preparing for a … Continue reading

Egypt court sentences homosexuals to prison

By AFP AIRO — A court in Egypt sentenced four men to up to eight years in prison on Monday for practicing homosexuality, a judicial official said. Prosecutors had accused the men of holding “deviant parties” and dressing in women’s clothes. Three were sentenced to eight years and the fourth to three years in prison. … Continue reading

After Twitter, YouTube bans, Turkey targets Google

Turkish internet providers set up servers ‘masquerading’ as the search site, Google security expert warns By AFP WASHINGTON — Google says Turkey has been intercepting its Internet domain, redirecting users to other sites in the latest battle between Ankara and Web giants. In a weekend post on Google’s security blog, software engineer Steven Carstensen said … Continue reading

Iraqi Law Would Legalize Marriage for 9-Year-Old Girls

Photo by ssoosay (CC BY 2.0) It’s nearly incomprehensible for people living in a modern, civilized society to fathom there are still countries where it’s perfectly acceptable for a 40-year-old man to marry a 10-year-old girl. Yet, it’s happening in India, Ethiopia, Nepal and dozens of developing countries. Iraq has recently put forth a controversial … Continue reading

After Twitter, Turkey moves to block YouTube

Ban comes after leak to video-sharing site of top-brass in Anakara discussing a military intervention in Syria By AP ISTANBUL — Turkish authorities were moving to block access to YouTube on Thursday following similar action against Twitter, the country’s state-run news agency said The ban comes after an alleged audio recording of a meeting between the … Continue reading