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Osama Saeed appears to have departed from al Jazeera. Where is he now?
On a potentially unrelated subject.
Warming up with a cup of tea after a good afternoon campaigning in Glasgow Southside. #BothVotesSNP
— Nicola Sturgeon (@NicolaSturgeon) March 6, 2016

We ain’t no Brothers bruv

I do like it when Islamists show off their exceptional talents for comedy. This is from a report today in The Guardian:
The Muslim Association of Britain (MAB), which helped the Finsbury Park mosque emerge from the shadow of militant preacher Abu Hamza, and the Cordoba Foundation, a Middle Eastern thinktank which has negotiated the [...]

Will Even the Otters Leave Broadford?

The status of the Broadford-based West Highland Free Press as the UK’s only employee-owned newspaper and its four decade long record of superlative and award winning writing is undeniable. Yet, this article by Professor Donald Macleod – founding member and former principal of the Free Church College in Edinburgh – on the Mediterranean boat-people [...]

Donald Where’s Your Bomb Belt?

From the hot-bed of Islamophobia and routine discrimination which is Inverness comes reports of an unnamed Muslim man a grenade pin breadth away from joining ISIS. Speaking to the Press and Journal, Habib Malik said:
“This is deeply worrying. Previously we had Rakib*, which was a huge shock. I don’t know the circumstances of [...]


This is a cross post by Amir Pars at Quilliam
The original can be viewed here

The bird of life is singing on the bough
His two eternal notes of “I and thou”
O hearken well, for soon the song sings through
And would we hear it, we must hear it now
Ask me who I regard the greatest Muslim personality of [...]


This is a X Post from the Quilliam Blog by Amir Pars
The original article can be viewed here

Read a few good books on sales techniques and you will realise that almost all of them rely on the same few principles and patterns;
Make the prospect acknowledge dismay with the current status quo, relate that status quo [...]

The NUS’s shameful response to ISIS and Kobane

As Daniel Cooper over at Shiraz Socialist reports, the NUS NEC has voted down a motion calling for solidarity with the Kurds who are battling ISIS.
The motion was opposed by Malia Bouattia, the NUS Black Students’ Officer, for astonishing and bewildering reasons. Bouattia argued that the motion was “Islamophobic” and “pro USA intervention” – (see [...]

Tunisia: Opposition Leader Arrested For “Gay Sex”

Things are not going well in Tunisia:
Mounir Baatour, the leader of Tunisia’s opposition Liberal Party (PLT), has been arrested along with another man for allegedly participating in a gay sex act in a Tunis hotel Sunday (31 March) evening.
A pro-Ennahda Facebook page uses highly inflammatory and graphic descriptions of the man who was arrested along with [...]

Martin Kramer on the MB’s Strategy: “Too Big To Fail”

Martin Kramer says:
So how will the Muslim Brotherhood rule? It is the misfortune of the Muslim Brotherhood that, having waited more than 80 years for power, they have come to it at perhaps the lowest point in the modern history of Egypt. The country teeters on the edge of bankruptcy, the result of decades of [...]

“Moderate Islamism” Update

From Tunisia:

Officials in Tunisia say two bloggers have been jailed for seven years after posting cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad on the internet.
The Ministry of Justice said the men had put naked caricatures of the prophet on their Facebook accounts.
Activists have criticised the sentences and voiced fears that they could herald a clampdown on free [...]