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Islamization crept in a long time ago

Islamization crept in a long time ago Source: http://www.trouw.nl/ Geen routekaart beschikbaar Auteur: Nahed Selim Talking about the islamization of society is apparently taboo in the Netherlands, according to Muslima Nahed Selim. Why is that? "I think many Dutch people do not fully understand the term." She hopes that many more warnings will follow Geert Wilders’ film. In a broadcast by the Dutch Islamic Broadcasting organization (NIO) on March 30th we saw reactions to ‘Fitna’ from Egypt, one of them from a preacher. Apart from the usual talk about respect and causing offence he was also outraged about the title of the film. He wondered whether the ‘director’ realized what fitna meant. The words of the director in Dutch newspaper Het Parool clearly showed that Geert Wilders does indeed know. Every Muslim knows the Arabic word fitna, says the leader of the Party fort Freedom (P

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Nobody's Friend news 17 May 2008 India's war against terror has only just begun. But the security forces cannot fight it on their own. If the political leaders of our country, and the public, "do their part", we will find ourselves losing it, says distinguished commentator Prem Shankar Jha India's war against terror has only just begun. But the security forces cannot fight it on their own. If the political leaders of our country, and the public, "do their part", we will find ourselves losing it, says distinguished commentator Prem Shankar Jha The first reports from Jaipur have put the death toll from the serial bomb blasts in Jaipur at 60 dead and 150 injured, but dismal experience tells us that the final tally will be substantially higher. The shock that this has given to the public is indescribable, for it reveals not only the perilous vulnerability of the entire country to acts of pure, hate-driven terrorism, but the

Editorial: Defiance of Terror (arab news)

Editorial: Defiance of Terror 17 May 2008 Source: arabnews It is still unclear who was behind the horrific series of bomb attacks in the Indian city of Jaipur on Tuesday which killed 63 people and left some 200 injured. Suspicions, however, are being pointed at a Jihadist group, Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami (Huji) which is thought to be based in Bangladesh. Its leader in India, Mohammed Jalaluddin, who claimed to have been behind the 2006 Mumbai train bombings which killed 187 people, was arrested in Lucknow last year and reportedly told police at the time that Jaipur was one of his organization’s top targets. If this is true, then sadly once again deviants have been responsible for what is a crime against humanity. Given that possibility, we state again the most important fact here: What twisted minds did in Jaipur is at variance with everything Islam stands for. They and their actions stand utterly condemned by the overwhelming majority of Muslims here, in India, in Bangladesh, ever

Give up arms: Prachanda to Indian Maoists

Give up arms: Prachanda to Indian Maoists Press Trust of India Saturday, May 17, 2008 (Kathmandu) Sending a strong message to Maoists in India to shun violence, Prachanda has said the Leftist rebels' electoral triumph in Nepal should make them understand the difference between ballot and bullet. ''Our behaviour, our policy, our practice itself strongly gave the message to the Maoists of India. Though, we don't want to directly address them, the benefit we have got, the difference of ballot and bullet has already sent a message,'' the Maoist chief said in an interview on a TV channel. Prachanda, believed to be Nepal's prime minister-in-waiting, was asked what advice he would give to the Maoists in India. ''There should be a serious discussion in the matter inside the Maoists of India. A strong message has already gone to the Maoists of India and Maoists all over the world about our victory,'' said the 53-year-old Communist Party of Nepal-M