France: The Looming Battle over Muslim Integration
By December 31, 2013 Read More →

France: The Looming Battle over Muslim Integration

A panel appointed by French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault to review France’s integration policies has urged the government to implement a “new form of secularism” that would raise the profile of Islam in public life—in order to improve the integration of Muslim immigrants.

Posted in: France, Islam in Europe
The Islamization of Britain in 2013
By December 30, 2013 Read More →

The Islamization of Britain in 2013

A chronological review of some of the main stories involving the rise of Islam in Britain during 2013.

Posted in: Britain, Islam in Europe
Europe: Islamic Fundamentalism is Widespread
By December 16, 2013 Read More →

Europe: Islamic Fundamentalism is Widespread

The majority of Muslims in Europe believe Islamic Sharia law should take precedence over the secular constitutions and laws of their European host countries, according to a new study, which warns that Islamic fundamentalism is widespread and rising sharply in Western Europe.

Posted in: Germany, Islam in Europe
OIC Blames Free Speech for “Islamophobia” in West
By December 11, 2013 Read More →

OIC Blames Free Speech for “Islamophobia” in West

The primary objective of the OIC—headquartered in Saudi Arabia and funded by dozens of Muslim countries that systematically persecute Christians and Jews—has long been to pressure Western countries into passing laws that would ban “negative stereotyping of Islam.”

UK: Trial Begins for “Soldiers of Allah” Accused of Murdering British Soldier
By December 9, 2013 Read More →

UK: Trial Begins for “Soldiers of Allah” Accused of Murdering British Soldier

Government prosecutors presented the jury with a trove of incriminating evidence that provide chilling insights into Islamic jihad and the mindset of radical Muslims.

Posted in: Britain, Islam in Europe
European Court Considers Legality of French Burqa Ban
By December 6, 2013 Read More →

European Court Considers Legality of French Burqa Ban

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has opened a landmark hearing to consider the legality of France’s ban on wearing Islamic veils in public spaces.

EU, Israel Reach “Compromise” on Science and Settlements
By November 27, 2013 Read More →

EU, Israel Reach “Compromise” on Science and Settlements

Israel and the European Union have reached a tentative agreement on a compromise formula that will make it possible for Israel to participate in a prestigious and financially lucrative European scientific research program.

Spain: Islamic Radicals Infiltrate the Military
By November 22, 2013 Read More →

Spain: Islamic Radicals Infiltrate the Military

The Spanish military is quietly monitoring its Muslim soldiers in an effort to prevent the spread of Islamic radicalism within its ranks, according to a classified Defense Ministry document that has been leaked to the Spanish media.

Greece: Taxpayer-Funded Mosque Planned in Athens
By November 20, 2013 Read More →

Greece: Taxpayer-Funded Mosque Planned in Athens

The Greek government has awarded a tender to build the first taxpayer-funded mosque in Athens, one of the few remaining capitals in the European Union that lacks a state-funded mosque.

Posted in: Greece, Islam in Europe
Germany: The Greatest Double Robbery in the History of Art?
By November 8, 2013 Read More →

Germany: The Greatest Double Robbery in the History of Art?

Jewish groups in Germany and elsewhere, as well as the families of Holocaust survivors seeking to recover looted art, are asking why German authorities allowed two years to pass before disclosing the find.

Posted in: Europe, Special Interest
EU Regulations: “Dictatorship of the Bureaucrats”?
By November 1, 2013 Read More →

EU Regulations: “Dictatorship of the Bureaucrats”?

Critics say the seemingly endless number of bans, prohibitions, restrictions, regulations and edicts being enacted by unelected bureaucrats in Brussels—many of which are being justified by eco-related concerns—smacks of paternalism. They claim it is over-regulation, and an unacceptable intrusion into the private lives of 500 million EU citizens, who should be allowed to make their […]

Britain: “A World Capital for Islamic Finance”
By October 31, 2013 Read More →

Britain: “A World Capital for Islamic Finance”

The London Stock Exchange will be launching a new Islamic bond index in an effort to establish the City of London as one of the world’s leading centers of Islamic finance.