New Study: Clear Majority of European Muslims Pro-Sharia Fundamentalists

From the Gatestone Institute:

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.

David Cameron hails nuclear power plant deal as big day for Britain


 Patrick Wintour, political editor •

  Planned reactors at Hinkley will be first to begin construction since Fukushima disaster and will come online in 2023. David Cameron has hailed the UK government agreement with French-owned EDF to build the first new British nuclear power station in 20 years, saying it was a very big day for Britain and would kickstart a new generation of nuclear power in the UK.

Turkey sends message to West by choosing China for defense system

Neseibe Hicret Soy

Turkey's decision to award China the long-awaited tender for a long-range defense system sends a strong message to the Western bloc that Turkey has alternative partners other than NATO members, experts said.


The Paris chance for Turkey’s Syria policy revision

 The Paris chance for Turkey’s Syria policy revision



U.S .Secretary of State John Kerry is expected to brief his allies in the Syria conflict on Sept. 16 in Paris on the agreement he reached with the Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Sept. 14 over the handover and control of the chemical weapons.

Germany and Genocide - Again

 Germany and Genocide - Again

by Kenneth R. Timmerman
March 25, 2013 at 4:00 am

The overwhelming majority of technical expertise, know-how, and design information of the Iraqi dictator's chemical weapons plants came from German companies.

Two Opposing Views of the Islamist Threat

by Daniel Pipes
Cross-posted from National Review Online, The Corner

"Hugh Fitzgerald" posted a 3,300-word piece at responding to a news item about Thomas Strothotte, president of Kühne Logistics University in Hamburg, Germany, advocating that all school children learn Arabic until 12 or 13 years of age; Fitzgerald called this a sign of "civilizational surrender."

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