Religious wars

Human trafficking at all time high says top British Catholic

Human trafficking Britain’s most senior Catholic said Friday that there have “never been so many victims of human trafficking” at a Vatican conference aimed at tackling the problem. Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster and president of the Santa Marta anti-trafficking group, said: “We estimate there are 42 million victims worldwide.” “What struck me particularly was … Read more

Far-right politician quits AfD party and converts to Islam

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China officially bans religious names for Muslim babies in Xinjiang

Editor: Philip Ragner | Tactical Investor China bans religious names for Muslim babies in Xinjiang Many couples fret over choosing the perfect name for their newborn, but for Muslims in western China that decision has now become even more fraught: pick the wrong name and your child will be denied education and government benefits. Officials in … Read more

Austria announces Muslim face veil ban

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China’s Communist Party hardens rhetoric on Islam

Editor: Johnathan Meyers | Tactical Investor China’s ruling Communist Party has hardened its rhetoric on Islam, with top officials making repeated warnings about the spectre of global religious “extremism” seeping into the country, and the need to protect traditional Chinese identity. Sharhat Ahan, a top party official in Xinjiang, on Sunday became the latest official from … Read more

Who exactly are radical Muslims?

The Trump administration has been using the phrase “radical Islam” when discussing the “war on terror.” From his inauguration address to remarks to military leaders, President Trump has been warning against “Islamic terrorists.” Many different kinds of individuals and movements get collapsed into this category of radical Islam. A common one that is increasingly being … Read more

Europe-Illegal to criticize Islam

Editor: Vladimir Bajic | Tactical Investor Germany is silencing “hate speech”, but cannot define it “WHAT the hell is wrong with this country?” fumed Beatrix von Storch to her 30,000 Twitter followers on December 31st: “Why is the official police page in NRW [North Rhine-Westphalia] tweeting in Arabic?” The MP for the hard-right Alternative for … Read more

Radical Pakistani Anjem Choudary locked up in U.K for supporting ISIS

Anjem Choudary, Britain’s best-known Islamist preacher, was jailed on Tuesday for five years and six months for encouraging support for Islamic State, ending years of frustration for police who had struggled to pin charges on him. Choudary, 49, and close associate Mizanur Rahman, 33, who received the same sentence, had been convicted by a jury … Read more

French jihadist given maximum sentence for joining IS

French jihadist given maximum sentence for joining IS A French jihadist who spent 18 months with the Islamic State (IS) armed group in Iraq and Syria was jailed for 10 years on Monday. Nicolas Moreau refused to appear in court to hear the verdict and had earlier warned that he would “take up arms again” … Read more

British Muslim jailed for attacking teenage couple on street

Editor: Draco Cooper| Tactical Investor British Muslim jailed for attacking teenage A British Muslim convert who knocked out a 16-year-old boy for hugging a girl on the street was sentenced to 28 months in jail in London on Monday, Press Association reports. Michael Coe, 35, approached the pair in Newham, East London, and demanded to … Read more