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Al Qaeda publishes most wanted list 2013 for crimes against Islam

Al Qaeda's latest list of "Wanted: Dead Or Alive for Crimes Against Islam," has been published in the jihadist magazine "Inspire." Eleven names feature on the list, together with their identifying photos. Rewards are up for grabs.

Netherlands to ban the burqa in 2013

The Dutch government has announced a ban on face coverings, which will come into effect in 2013. Stiff fines will be imposed on those who flout the ban.

Judges to be replaced in trial of Dutch politician Geert Wilders

Amsterdam - For a second time, the lawyer defending Geert Wilders has called for the judges to be dismissed because of apparent partiality. This time, today, an independent appeals panel agreed with him and the trial will have to start all over again.

Op-Ed: Who is Geert Wilders?

The anti-Islam, peroxide blonde Dutch politician and leader of the Party For Freedom (PVV) is currently on trial for charges relating to hate incitement. The question on most people’s minds is who is this man called Geert Wilders and what drives him?

Media criticized for silence over Islamic gay bashing

A leading Canadian columnist is taking the media to task for their silence over gay-bashing incidents carried out by Muslims in Amsterdam, once a veritable “anything goes” city where gays used to go about without fear of attack.

Op-Ed: Geert Wilders – The chickens are coming home to roost

That Dutchman Geert Wilders is a rabble-rouser, a fear monger and a cheap populist is not in doubt, but it’s also irrelevant. The real point is that his country ignored the valid reasons which have led to the rise of people like him for far too long.

New Dutch coalition in sight, influenced by Geert Wilders

Den Haag - After 7 months under a care-taker cabinet, it seems that the Netherlands are close to getting a new government over the coming weekend, one which anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders has said will bring a 'new wind' blowing across the Low Countries.

Radical imam wants beheading of Dutch politician Geert Wilders

Amsterdam - Geert Wilders, the Dutch politician known for his clearly anti-Islamic stance and scheduled to speak at the 9/11 remembrance rally in New York coming Saturday, has been threatened with beheading for insulting Islam during his stay in Australia.

Dutch anti-Islam politician Wilders speaks at 9/11 NYC rally

New York - Dutch politician of 'Fitna' fame Geert Wilders is to speak at a rally in New York on September 11 to protest plans to build a mosque close to Ground Zero. Politicians in the Netherlands fear the worst for the country's image abroad.

Dutch politician to form international anti-Muslim Coalition

Controversial Dutch politician Geert Wilders is planning an international "freedom alliance" against Muslims, which will include the United States, Canada, France, Germany and Britain.

Dutch politician wants gay-straight alliance to combat violence

Amsterdam - Frank van Dalen Holland's ProGay Foundation has called for the setting up of a gay–straight alliance to help combat attacks on gay people in his country.

Geert Wilders booed offstage in Philadelphia

Dutch politician and movie maker Geert Wilders raised a storm of disapproval and angry reactions with his movie Fitna. At a recent appearance at Temple University he was jeered offstage.

Florida GOP leader in row over co-hosting Dutch MP Geert Wilders

Dutch MP Geert Wilders's invitation to a Free Speech Summit in Florida plunged him in the middle of a political row, with demands that Majority leader Rep. Adam Hasner resign his post for co-hosting the summit.

Anti-jihadist Dutch MP received 285 death threats in 2008

Dutch politicians are facing an unprecedented number of death threats. The police corps in The Hague region received 428 serious death threats against politicians last year. And 285 directly targetted anti-jihadist Party for Freedom leader Geert Wilders'.

Did Amsterdam escape homegrown jihadist-terror attacks?

Dutch parliamentarians are livid about police claims that Amsterdam was only barely saved from a claimed jihadist-terrorist attack yesterday which 'may have been plotted by some residents with dual Moroccan-Dutch citizenship'. No explosives were found.

'Stop Tumor Named Islam' poster is not hate-speech: Dutch court

The Dutch High Council acquitted a man earlier judged guilty of racial hatred and -incitement for displaying a poster saying "Stop Tumor Named Islam'. Insulting a religion is not inciting racial hatred against a group of people, the court has ruled.

Canada, Netherlands, Israel, U.S. snub UN anti-racism conference

Neither Canada, the US, Israel nor The Netherlands will attend the forthcoming United Nations anti-racism conference in April. They say the first one in 2001 in Durban 'degenerated into expressions of intolerance, hate speech and anti-Semitism."

Dutch MP Geert Wilders would become next prime minister in poll

Dutch MP Geert Wilders would become the next prime minister of The Netherlands if elections were to be held this month. His Party for Freedom (PVV) now holds nine seats, but a top local pollster finds that he's now so popular that he would get 27 seats.

Wilders says Pentagon fears Europe destabilised by Islam

Dutch parliamentarian Geert Wilders was told by Pentagon officials that they 'feared for European stability due to the continent's rapid islamisation'. Wilders said this in an interview after a speech at the National Press Club in Washington, DC Friday.

Geert Wilders' showing of Fitna at Capitol Hill slammed

Congressman Keith Ellison (D-MN), the first-ever US congressman to undertake a pilgrimage to Mecca, has slammed the Senate's Republican whip John Kyl 's sponsoring Dutch MP Geert Wilders's anti-jihadist film Fitna at The Capitol on Thursday.

Anti-jihadist film Fitna screened at Capitol LBJ Room

The Republican Whip in the Senate Jon Kyl is hosting a screening at the Capitol building on Thursday for the anti-jihadist, liberal Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders' short film Fitna, which cites passages from the Q'uran while showing Islamic terror acts.

Dutch MP Geert Wilders on Fox TV: Europe needs a First Amendment

Anti-jihadist Dutch MP Geert Wilders, barred from the UK, arrived in the United States on Monday, and appeared on Fox News twice; first as a guest on the Glenn Beck show and then on The O'Reilly Factor. Wilders says Europe needs a First Amendment.

Islamic cabal behind demonisation of Dutch MP Geert Wilders

Bat Yeor, an author writing about the relationships of Jews and Christians and Islam's jihad and sharia law, writes that the all-powerful Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) is behind the public, ongoing demonisation of Dutch MP Geert Wilders.

Dutch MP Wilders goes to Rome for Free Speech award Feb 19

A new poll shows massive voter approval for anti-jihadist Dutch MP Geert Wilders - his party would become the country's second biggest. And Wilders was awarded the Oriana Fallaci Free Speech Award, which he receives in Rome on February 19.

Three who threatened Dutch MP Geert Wilders tried in The Hague

Death threats against anti-jihadist Dutch MP Geert Wilders are ending up in two trials in The Hague on Monday. Three youths and man are charged with death-threats and 'deeply insulting racist language' against Wilders, who is guarded night and day.

Op-Ed: UK are 'spineless pussies' says video-blogger Pat Condell

Famous UK video blogger Pat Condell said in his latest blog-blast that millions of people who didn't know the film Fitna existed, have now sought out the video on the internet "after the gross stupidity of the UK cabinet, who are spineless pussies"...

Defiant Dutch MP Wants To Sue British Home Secretary Over Ban

A defiant Geert Wilders has stated he is seriously considering legal action against the British Home Secretary. Jacqui Smith took the extraordinary step of banning Wilders from the UK after he was invited to the House Of Lords to screen his film 'Fitna'.

Dutch MP Geert Wilders' speech at the House of Lords, UK

Anti-jihadist Dutch libertarian MP Geert Wilders, who was kicked out of the UK on February 12 for trying to show his movie Fitna, (see video here) has published the speech he would have given in the House of Lords meeting he'd been invited to address.

Op-Ed: Whatever happened to free speech?

An editorial in the Telegraph asks 'what has happened free speech ' in the UK - contrasting the humiliating expulsion of Dutch anti-jihadist parliamentarian Geert Wilders on February 12 with the UK's protection of author Salman Rushdie 20 years ago.

Islamic youths wage turf wars in Dutch towns

Rampaging Moroccan youths fighting a turf war with police in the Dutch town of Gorinchem near Rotterdam attacked a policeman. torched rubbish bins, stoned passersby, and interfered with police trying to arrest troublemakers.
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Geert Wilders (R)  leader of the Netherlands  Party for Freedom (PVV)  and far-right leader Marine L...
Geert Wilders (R), leader of the Netherlands' Party for Freedom (PVV), and far-right leader Marine Le Pen (2nd R) of France address a news conference in The Hague. The two anti-euro, anti-immigration politicians have talked of joining forces for months to win a wider pan-European stage
With permission by Reuters / Toussaint Kluiters
Lars Hedegaard with Geert Wilders at the Danish parliament
Lars Hedegaard with Geert Wilders at the Danish parliament
Netherland s anti-Islamic party leader Geert Wilders (R) shows The House of Representatives to far-r...
Netherland's anti-Islamic party leader Geert Wilders (R) shows The House of Representatives to far-right leader Marine Le Pen of France in The Hague, Netherlands. The two anti-euro, anti-immigration politicians have talked of joining forces for months to win a wider pan-European stage
With permission by Reuters / Toussaint Kluiters

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