Archive for November, 2009
Opposition ‘Community Cohesion’ Minister’ Baroness Sayeeda Warsi gets a first-hand taste of the Islam she tries to convince the rest of us doesn’t exist, as she met some co-religionists in Luton today:
Baroness Warsi was taking part in a walkabout in the predominantly Muslim Bury Park area of Luton when she was confronted by a group of protesters.
The male protesters accused her of not being a proper Muslim and supporting the death of Muslims in Afghanistan. Read the rest of this entry »
More than 57% of Swiss voters have supported a referendum proposal to ban the building of minarets, according to results from 25 out of 26 cantons.
Partial results from the final canton indicated 68% of people there supported the ban, Swiss news agency ATS said.
The proposal has been backed by the Swiss People’s Party (SVP), the largest party in parliament, which claims minarets are a sign of Islamisation. Read the rest of this entry »
Hitler book is a top-selling Eid present among ‘educated’ Dhaka Muslims. Meanwhile, the BBC manages the astonishing editorial feat of managing to produce the entire article without mentioning the word ‘Jew’ or Anti-Semitic’:
Booksellers touting their wares amid the heavy traffic in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, have discovered an unusual best-seller.
Adolf Hitler’s autobiography manifesto Mein Kampf is selling as well as Dan Brown’s latest novel, The Lost Symbol. Read the rest of this entry »
While emotional onlookers waved Indian flags and banners with slogans such as “End The Violence”, police commandos with new weapons and armoured cars tracked the route the 10 gunmen took for an attack that stunned the country.
The show of strength was in contrast to more emotional events across India’s commercial capital.
Residents lit candles outside a Jewish centre, one of several sites from luxury hotels to the city’s biggest railway station, that were targeted by 10 Pakistan-based militants in a rampage lasting three days. Read the rest of this entry »
Four British-Pakistani Muslims have been charged with Islamic terror offences following raids reported here last week (but you wouldn’t know any of these relevant facts if you were to read the Manchester Evening News, or the BBC report of the same story):
Israr Malik, 21, of Fallowfield, Greater Manchester, is charged with intending to commit acts of terrorism.
Matthew Newton, 27, of Stalybridge, Munir Farooqi, 52, of Longsight, and Haris Farooqi, 26, of Levenshulme, are accused of intending to assist others to commit acts of terrorism.
Officers from the North West Counter Terrorism Unit detained the men in what was described as a ‘low key operation’ following a 15-month investigation into a plot to commit ‘violent jihad’. Read the rest of this entry »