Tagged with Islam

Tensions mount in France over Muslim migrant influx

By ELAINE GANLEY Associated Press CALAIS, France (AP) – Hundreds of extreme-right activists demonstrated Sunday to “save” Calais from homeless migrants inundating the French port city in hopes of crossing the English Channel to Britain. On the opposite end of the spectrum, a few dozen far-left activists sought to disrupt Sunday’s protest, but were quickly … Continue reading

Jimmy Carter Shills for Islamic Society

Written by  John F. McManus The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) held a national convention over the Labor Day weekend at Detroit’s Cobi Center. Formed in 1982, ISNA functions as an umbrella organization for several other Muslim groups, and is the largest Islamist organization in the United States with a sizable multi-million dollar headquarters … Continue reading

‘Monster’ dad held for scalding son

Jazan/Abha: Sharif Taha & Nadia Al-Fawaz A Saudi man was arrested in a village in Jazan for torturing his eight-year-old son using chemicals, local media said. Local media reported that the boy, named Ali, rushed to his Yemeni mother’s house in a popular district in Sabya screaming in agony from his burning scalp. The woman, … Continue reading

Obama’s models: Yemen and Somalia

By Jim Waurishuk In his Wednesday night address President Obama pointed to Yemen and Somalia as success stories to model efforts in Iraq and Syria after.  But let’s look closer at the facts.  

While Yemen and Somalia have not featured prominently in the American media, it is important to remember some key facts regarding the current … Continue reading

Living in a Sharia Enclave in America

by Y. Kerry Sara The United States and Western Europe are confronting the increasing threat of their citizens traveling to the Middle East to join the worldwide Islamic jihad. Over the past few months, numerous news reports have shed light on disaffected citizens from America and Britain joining the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria … Continue reading

Islamophobia? Hell Yes!

By Lauri B. Regan On a recent family trip to Santa Monica, an evening walk on the Third Avenue Promenade felt as if we had been dropped into a Middle Eastern country.  90% of the people strolling down the bustling walkways and lounging at the cafes were Muslim. Women were dressed in either burqas, niqabs, … Continue reading

Not to be outdone,Boko Haram declares a caliphate in Africa

Karam Said, Al Arabiya Institute for Studies Boko Haram’s leader Abubakar Shekau’s recent announcement of an Islamic caliphate in the state of Borno, northeast Nigeria, is of domestic, regional and international concern. Boko Haram has seized numerous towns, imposing its control over entire areas of northeast Nigeria following the army’s withdrawal. The organization’s victories and … Continue reading