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NUEVO DIGITAL (01/11/14) - La presión del islam agrava los conflictos en el paraíso multicultural británico
NUEVO DIGITAL (25/10/2014) - Maraña legislativa para fomentar los "valores británicos" de la 'tolerancia' y el 'multiculturalismo' - Londres amenaza a colegios cristianos por no invitar a imanes a sus asambleas de alumnos
NUEVO DIGITAL (12/11/12) - La justicia australiana denuncia el apoyo de los musulmanes a la mutilación genital femenina
NUEVO DIGITAL (20/04/13) - Los medios cargan en los no musulmanes la miseria moral de las carnicerías islámicas
NUEVO DIGITAL (01/02/14) - EULEX: Serbokosovar asesinado en 2014; serbokosovar detenido por “crímenes de guerra” de 1999
NUEVO DIGITAL (21/12/13) - Kosovo consigue de Facebook el reconocimiento como país independiente
NUEVO DIGITAL (31/10/11) - ‘Experta’ en ‘diversidad’: “El papel blanco es racista y su uso debe ser controlado en las aulas”
NUEVO DIGITAL (02/07/12) - Feministas y cristianos, opuestos a la prohibición de la circuncisión de niños
NUEVO DIGITAL (20/09/07) – Manuel Fernández Álvarez, historiador, a NUEVO DIGITAL: "Habría que recordar a los inmigrantes latinoamericanos que son ellos los descendientes de quienes expoliaron América y no quienes nos quedamos aquí"
"Una enorme industria de la delincuencia y la mendicidad organizadas a gran escala", según las policías europeas
NUEVO DIGITAL (18/06/12) - Obama intenta comprar el voto hispano con una masiva regularización de ilegales
NUEVO DIGITAL (29/08/11) - ‘Expertos’ en salud mental recomiendan eliminar la negatividad social sobre la pedofilia
"The Mujahideen successfully carried out an operation near Mandera early this morning, which resulted in 28 crusaders perishing, as revenge for the crimes committed by the Kenyan crusaders against our Muslim brethren in Mombasa," Sheikh Ali Mohamud Rage, al Shabaab's spokesman, said in a statement.
Labour MP Khalid Mahmood says 2,000 jihadists have travelled to Syria and Iraq from the UK - a fourfold increase on official estimates.
The workers filed complaints with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission that alleged DHL Global Mail fired the group for exercising their legally protected religious rights.
The “We’ve been lied to” argument goes only so far. Scepticism may be evidence of a healthy and independent mindset; but conspiracism is a virus that feeds off insecurity and bitterness.
Mosques in California, Florida, Minnesota, Ohio, Texas, and other states have received surprise visits by FBI agents who try to persuade religious leaders to act as informants on members of their communities or congregations, said the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).
Today, they are tied to the Islamic State — and, more specifically, to the hundreds of Muslim youths from Europe who have streamed into Syria and Iraq to fight. Though dozens of Americans are believed to have signed up, far more — at least 3,000 — are estimated to have come from Europe, according to the Soufan Group, a New York-based intelligence firm.
NEW YORK TIMES
“The kidnappers knew which countries would be the most amenable to their demands, and they created an order based on the ease with which they thought they could negotiate,” one said. “They started with the Spanish.” One day, the guards came in and pointed to the three Spanish captives. They said they knew the Spanish government had paid six million euros for a group of aid workers kidnapped by a Qaeda cell in Mauritania, a figure available online in articles about the episode.
Facing rising criticism, a Malaysian official in the northeast Malay heartland state of Kelantan has defended the proposed law that jails or fines a Muslim who skip Friday prayer for three consecutive times, urging Muslims to respect Islamic rituals.
“I’m about to put a smack down on my brothers and sisters,” Dedic wrote in her Facebook post on Oct 20. “Why on earth [do] they think it is okay to look into the eyes of the already generous US taxpayer and say your charity is not good enough for me. I demand special treatment.”
“For smoking, they chop your fingers off,” she says. “Drinking is punished by jail. And if a woman is seen in the company of a man who is not her relative, she is stoned to death.” “In May, 9th year pupils went to Aleppo for examinations,” she said. “The Jihadists kidnapped all the boys, confined them to a mosque and made them study Sharia Law. Those who did not learn the Koran quickly enough were shocked with electric cables.”
A prominent Muslim cleric says he intends to reach out to other imams to make sure that new converts to Islam are watched closely for signs of radical beliefs. While authorities have made links to extremism in both the Ottawa and Quebec attacks, Imam Syed Soharwardy of Calgary says he is concerned about media reports that the two perpetrators were recent converts to Islam.
The minister, Aida Hadzialic, was named earlier in October in Stefan Löfven new cabinet as the new Upper Secondary School and Adult Education Initiative in Sweden, IBNlive reported on Wednesday, October 8.
"This is not a coffee and donut shop," Jan Morgan, owner of the Gun Cave Indoor Shooting Range in Hot Springs, Ark., wrote in an online post last month. "This is a live fire indoor shooting range ... Why would I want to rent or sell a gun and hand ammunition to someone who aligns himself with a religion that commands him to kill me?"
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD
Government and law enforcement authorities have failed to win the "hearts and minds" of Muslim Australians with a landmark survey finding that 21 per cent think terrorists have legitimate grievances.
After years of promising a political earthquake, the UK Independence Party is causing tremors. It poached one of Prime Minister David Cameron's parliamentary seats and almost took another from the Labour party.
NEW YORK TIMES
Mr. Nadella, the chief executive of Microsoft, suggested on Thursday that women who do not ask for more money from their employers would be rewarded in the long run when their good work was recognized. The comments, made at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing in Phoenix, drew swift and negative responses on Twitter.
Per an excerpt from the book, Jordan told Lazenby that he was suspended from school in 1977 after throwing a soda at a girl who called him the N-word. "So I threw a soda at her," Jordan's quoted as saying. "I was really rebelling. I considered myself a racist at the time. Basically, I was against all white people."
A fired employee who had been trying to convert co-workers to Islam stabbed two female colleagues - beheading one of them - before an off-duty officer shot him, police have said.
Pope Francis, in his strongest criticism of Islamist militants to date, said on Sunday no religious group which used violence and oppression could claim to be "the armor of God."
Islamic State extremism is fuelling Islamophobia and a far-right backlash in the UK, according to a Home Office official. The official, a senior adviser on right-wing extremism, told BBC Radio 4's Today program that the government is putting an emphasis on the "global jihadist agenda" while possibly ignoring the growth of the far-right at home.
Community leaders are deeply worried that Australia’s mission against Islamic State and recent anti-terrorism raids are fuelling attacks against Muslims here.
One of the ads features an image of the American journalist James Foley just before he was beheaded last month by a member of the militant group the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) who spoke in what sounded like British-accented English. Next to the images is another photo, purportedly of the same ISIL member, who has yet to be publicly identified by the British government, supposedly before he joined the group. Above the images is the slogan, “Yesterday’s moderate is today’s headline.”
NEW YORK TIMES
President Benigno S. Aquino III on Wednesday submitted a draft law to the Philippine Congress that would create a self-governed, predominantly Muslim autonomous region in the country’s south, a major step in peace talks meant to end more than four decades of fighting with Muslim rebels.
Delante de discotecas y bares. Patrullando entre las terrazas de verano. En las piscinas públicas y a la puerta de instalaciones deportivas. Una brigada parapolicial mantiene a raya a los jóvenes musulmanes de Wuppertal y se encarga de que la 'sharia' se cumpla a rajatabla en las calles de esta ciudad alemana. Nada de alcohol, nada de drogas, nada de juegos de azar. Ni tabaco, ni música desenfadada. Y por supuesto nada de prostitución.
NEW YORK TIMES
It has highlighted another uncomfortable dimension of the issue, that of race relations in Britain. The victims identified in the report were all white, while the perpetrators were mostly of Pakistani heritage, many of them working in nighttime industries like taxi driving and takeout restaurants. The same was true in recent prosecutions in Oxford, in southern England, and the northern towns of Oldham and Rochdale, where nine men of Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Afghan origin were given long prison sentences in 2012 for abusing up to 47 girls. Investigators in Scotland have reportedly uncovered a similar pattern of abuse.