German agency reports: Radical Islamists are the ‘greatest danger for the country.’
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
The number of Islamists in Germany increased to 43,890 in 2014 from 43,190 in 2013, according to a report released on Tuesday by the country’s domestic intelligence agency.
Lebanese Hezbollah supporters gesture with their Nazi salute as they march during a religious procession to mark Ashura in Beirut’s suburbs. – Photo: REUTERS
Radical Islamists are “the greatest danger to Germany,” said Hans-Georg Maassen, the president of the agency, the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV). “Germany is on the spectrum of goals for Islamic terrorists,” he added. Continue Reading »
Although the fire was without injury, the trophy room of the Football Club & the office of the property caretaker were heavily damaged.
‘The history of Beitar has gone up in flames’
Arsonists set on fire the trophy room of the Betar Jerusalem soccer team one day after the indictment of four of its fans for anti-Muslim hate speech.
Betar Jerusalem fans during match against Maccabi Umm el-Fahm, January 29, 2013. – Photo: Nir Elias/Reuters
Assaf Evers, a fire department spokesman, was quoted by Ynet as saying that the fire was caused deliberately early on Friday morning. Continue Reading »
Pamela Gelle wins court order to post ‘Support Israel. Defeat Jihad’ advert.
Muslim leader: She’s a bigot & a racist
By The Associated Press
As violent protests over an anti-Islamic film ridiculing the Prophet Mohammed sweep over much of the Muslim world, a conservative blogger’s provocative ad equating Muslim radicals with savages is set to go up in the city’s subway system.
NYC subway train – Photo: AFP
Pamela Geller, who once headed a campaign against an Islamic center near the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attack site won a court order to post the ad in 10 subway stations next Monday. Continue Reading »
Members of far-right groups from throughout Europe protest against influx of Islamic immigrants to European countries.
A long-planned gathering of far rightwing movements from across Europe met in Denmark on Saturday to try to form a pan-European anti-Islamist alliance, a project that will test the cohesion of a fringe trying to build support built on fears about immigration and militant Islamists.Members of European far-right groups, including the English Defense League (EDL) and the German Defense League, arrived in the Danish city of Aaruhus for the rally, which was expected to draw anti- Islamic crowds from Russia, Finland, France, Germany, Norway, Poland, Romania and Sweden, according to the Guardian. Continue Reading »