Britain’s Underage Muslim Marriage Epidemic

Bachmann blasts Islam, CAIR fights back

    Bob Taylor at Washington Times: Responding to Christian radio host Jan Markel, Bachmann said, “We’re seeing this all across America. It’s like groups want to top each other and be the new latest, largest mosque in North America. What we’re told is that many of them are funded by the Saudi Arabians or the Qataris. And so many of these mosques’ funding actually comes from foreign countries that have interests in advancing the goals and beliefs of the violent Muslim Brotherhood.” To some that might seem to be a conspiracy theory or Islamophobia. The problem is that Bachmann is closer to fact than fiction.


  • Posted: 10/16/2013
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  • Category: Religious Liberty
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  • Source: communities.washingtontimes.com

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Libya asks some religious to leave country; prelate deplores situation

Leading Malaysian prelate: ‘Allah’ will continue to be used in Bible, liturgies

Muslim Brotherhood’s Cohesion Is Also Its Pitfall

Christians joining forces with Syrian Army as jihadists threaten

Poland: Muslim Ceremony Disturbed By Pro-animals Group

European countries join effort to demand Iran free jailed pastor

13 detained on Temple Mount for Jewish prayer, singing Hatikva

Top BBC Muslim broadcaster says no to Islamic dress code

In Egypt, a campaign to promote an ‘Egyptian Islam’

Islam teaches peace, condemns terrorism: Hajj Sermon

Malaysia Court Rules Non-muslims Can’t Use ‘allah’

Iran’s President Calls For Academic Freedoms

Rand Paul: Aid fueling ‘war on Christianity’

Rand Paul: ‘There’s a worldwide war on Christianity’

Islamists Hold Scattered Protests Across Egypt

Bishop warns Britain in danger of becoming “anti-Christian”

Man Fired Over Religious Beard Wins Court Fight

Israeli Settlers Rampage Through Village

MI5 chief Andrew Parker warns of Islamist threat to UK

Egypt Demonstrators Mark Killing Of Christians

Turkey Lifts Ban On Wearing of Hijab In Public Institutions

Religion and the UN: Visions of a new world

Seattle Area Transit Authority Refuses to Run Anti-Terrorism Advertisement for Fear of Offending Muslims; Federal Lawsuit Filed

Yorkshire Islam preacher ‘agrees to girl, 14, marrying’

Attacks in Egypt kill 9; court rules on Brotherhood

Human chain formed to protect Christians during Lahore mass

Getting the ‘Story’ Right on the First Amendment

Egyptian Riot Police Fire Tear Gas At Protesters

It’s a Crime to Say This About Muslim Men in Denmark | Eugene Volokh

Mosque Wins Preliminary Injunction Barring Enforcement of Zoning Change

Killing Christians With Impunity?

Religious expert on the offer to destroy churches in the Arabian Peninsula: Wahabis got cocky

Malaysian PM Najib Razak Warns of the Battle for Islam

Terrorism has no place in Islam: Turkey’s top imam

The Army of Islam Is Winning in Syria

How Promotion of Religious Freedom Can Help Prevent Extreme Violence | PBS

Tunisia: Imams Contest Government’s Role in Religious Affairs

10th Circuit Rules For Abercrombie In Okla. Suit Over Hijab

Myanmar Muslims Hide Amid Deadly Sectarian Clashes

Two Egyptian Christians Slain in Libya

Myanmar Hit By Fresh Round Of Sectarian Violence

Christians demonstrate across Pakistan after the recent suicide bomb attack on a Peshawar Church

Russia: Muslims rush to challenge Koran “extremism” ruling

Myanmar Told Communal Violence Threatens Reforms

Horrific accounts of torture in Kenya mall attack

French row over plans to swap Christian holidays

Persecution against Christian increases in many parts of the world

Catholic church in Kenya attacked; Al Shabaab suspected

Report: Pro-Islam propaganda pushed by U.S. Park Service

‘A toxic abuse of religion’: Blair blasts militant groups and says Islam must be put ‘in its proper place’ in politics

Islamist War on Christians: Where is the Media? | Lee Habeeb at NRO

Christians now suffering mass martyrdom, says Archbishop of Canterbury

U.S. pastor marks 1 year in Iranian prison

Egyptian minister postpones dissolution of the Muslim Brotherhood

UN Worried About Philippines’ Humanitarian Crisis

Swiss region bans full-face Muslim veil

Why it matters that Jews are standing on the Temple Mount

Russian Court In Controversial Decision Bans Salafist Translation of Qur’an

Pakistan Christians fear more persecution following church attack

Iran: Prayer vigils mark milestone for jailed pastor

Kenya: Gunman executed non-Muslims – after asking them to name Prophet Mohammed’s mother

Pakistani Christians Protest Deadly Church Bombing

Egypt Bans Muslim Brotherhood Group

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Scores Are Killed by Suicide Bomb Attack at Historic Church in Pakistan

Sudanese Woman Faces Ordeal as Convert from Islam

What About Jailed American Pastor, Supporters Ask, As Iran Frees Political Prisoners

Pakistani Muslim Cites ‘Blasphemy’ in Slaughter of Christian Rival in Business

Turkmenistan: “If you adopt their faith I’ll tear off your head”

    Forum News 18: Police in the Turkmen city of Mary have resumed pressure on relatives, friends and members of the Protestant congregation led by former religious prisoner of conscience Pastor Ilmurad Nurliev. One police officer threatened to “tear off” the head of one of his relatives if she adopted “their faith”, Pastor Nurliev told Forum 18 News Service from Mary on 17 September. “We’ve got no peace,” his wife Maya added. Officials are interrogating all those they can find who signed the church’s rejected 2007 registration application.


  • Posted: 09/20/2013
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  • Category: Global: Religious Liberty
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  • Source: www.forum18.org

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Vote for Me Or Else: Islamists’ Latest Excuse to Kill Minorities

With Mideast Christians in Peril, Administration’s Opposition to Special Envoy Post Called ‘Indefensible’