Graffiti saying 'Islam will rule' has been sprayed on the side of a historic church in Bendigo, Australia, just minutes away from where 1,000 protesters held an anti-mosque rally.
All Saints Anglican Church, which dates back 140 years, is believed to have been vandalised on Saturday night after the large-scale protest against the building of a mosque in the area.
A sickly 74-year-old British grandad is facing 350 lashes at a public flogging in Saudi Arabia for having home-made wine.
Karl Andree, who has had cancer three times and is asthmatic, has been in jail more than a year.
His family in South London are now begging David Cameron to intervene personally to prevent the savage beating.
Danke schoen, Deutschland! The Muslim invaders are showing their gratitude for the help Germany is providing them by trashing (literally) the free housing they are receiving. Via Gateway Pundit, we find this video of the resulting mess from LiveLeak:
A Yorkshire police force has been criticised by a watchdog for a string of failures in its handling of a woman’s claims of being raped by her violent Asian ex boyfriend for “not behaving Muslim enough”.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has found South Yorkshire Police’s response to the woman’s multiple reports of being attacked, beaten, threatened, stalked and degraded “did not reach the standard a reasonable person would expect”.
Barack Obama is not afraid to wield executive power to accomplish his agenda. Whether he is ordering immigration officials to ignore deportation laws or mandating certain crimes not be prosecuted, Obama loves to run America by his own rules.
This week, Arizona passed two bills to stop Obama dead in his tracks.
By Martin Mawyer
Here we go again. More lies. More deceptions. More outrageous claims in an effort to get me killed.
An Islamic terrorist group is hosting a national conference, called “Countering Islamophobia,” at which I am the featured target. The group calls itself The Muslims of America (MOA).
In the flyer being distributed about this conference, they claim that I have “organized raids with X-ray weapons.”
The FBI has said, “MOA [exhorts] membership to pursue a policy of jihad or holy war against individuals or groups it considers enemies of Islam which includes the U.S. Government.” That should tell you enough.
By Alec Rooney
The video was even more heartbreaking than most coming out of Syria.
Posted on the mirror.uk newspaper web site, it claims to show a young fighter leaving on his final, suicidal mission against the forces of President Bashar al-Assad in the town of Fua, Syria. There is no date on the video, but Fua has been the scene of intense fighting for the past few months.
He climbs into a Soviet-era armored personnel carrier, probably captured from government forces, which the news story describes as “packed with explosives.” Men are all around him, offering encouragement, taking video with their phones, embracing him.
A question about Muslims, President Obama and Islamist camps in the U.S. really got the Washington Post's attention last week, at least enough to generate this blog post, which mentions Christian Action Network and our "spooky" soundtrack music. While the Post correctly mentions Pakistani cleric Mubarik Ali Shah Gilani as an originator of these "communities," they leave Gilani's sinister stated intentions and threatening rhetoric conveniently unexplored. Nothing to see here, we are assured. Move along. Oh, and they also know at the Post, definitively, that Obama is not a Muslim. They see inside his mind, you see.
By David Carroll
Throughout the recorded history of mankind, there is no record of any culture having recognized same-sex marriages. It is astounding that five persons in black robes sitting in Washington D.C. can overturn millennia of marriage customs with the stroke of a pen or with fingers on a keyboard.
Not only do they find same-sex marriage permissible under the United States Constitution, but they impose upon the entire country a mandate based upon the 14th Amendment, adopted nearly 150 years ago primarily to protect former slaves in former Confederate states. No framer ever conceived that the Constitution could be so used to twist the institution of marriage.
By Martin Mawyer
There’s a strange lovefest going on between a newspaper in South Carolina and an Islamic group with a history of terrorism.
The newspaper, The Herald, is located in Rock Hill, S.C., about 15 miles east of York, where an armed Islamic group has an encampment. Over the past few years, The Herald has published a number of glowing articles about this Islamic organization, which has a history of criminal acts, kidnappings, firebombings and murder – all in the United States.