November 25, 2020
The Islamic Armed Forces (TNI) have closed ranks behind the country's president in anticipation of increased Islamist militant threats following the call for a "moral revolution" by the head of the country's radical Islamic Defenders Front (FPI), who has returned to Indonesia from his self-imposed exile in Saudi Arabia.
November 24, 2020
Despite the recent reforms announced by Saudi Arabia, The Guardian writes that human rights organizations are raising red flags about the Wahhabi monarchy's penal system based on sharia law, which still includes the death penalty for minors and religious minorities.
November 19, 2020
The grand imam of Egypt's Al-Azhar University has threatened to bring a lawsuit for blasphemy against France in the wake of Islamist violence against French citizens related to the Charlie Hebdo cartoons of Islam's prophet Mohammed, arguing that free speech ends where offense to Islam and Muslims begins
November 16, 2020
Saudi Arabia's Council of Senior Scholars, the country's highest Islamic religious body and advisor to the monarchy, has issued a condemnation of the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization, the members of which are deviant practitioners of Islam.
Pakistan Regional Court Rejects Sharia Argument for Child Marriage in Latest Case of Christian Girl Abduction
November 13, 2020
As the national debate increases in Pakistan about marriage of minors under Islamic law, the high court in the Sindh Province bordering India ruled the marriage of a 13-year-old Christian girl and her 44-year-old Muslim neighbor invalid, after the girl’s legal counsel argued that she was abducted forcibly, converted to Islam, and subjected to marriage under sharia law.
November 11, 2020
According to Laurence Bindner, a member of the U.N. Security Council’s Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate (CTED), France's combination of satirical, anti-clerical secularism, robust speech, and media freedoms make the provocative country a top target for jihadi attacks by Islamist extremists.
November 09, 2020
Although Iran and Turkey continue to compete for hegemony in the Middle East, Ankara and Tehran are cooperating against the West and their common adversaries in the region, with NATO member Turkey serving as the gateway to degrade Transatlantic values, institutions and laws.
Turkey's Leadership Highlights Islamic Conquest & Glorifies Historical Crimes Against Religious Minorities
November 04, 2020
The glorification of Islamic conquest and crimes against religious minorities are the main themes in Turkish Leaderships public statements, with the country's president uses historical inflection points to celebrate the current Islamist regime's domestic human rights violations and foreign policy adventurism.
November 02, 2020
Coordination between the Filipino military and Ministry of Education is being developed as a mechanism to ensure that Islamic schools do not become conveyor belts for youth recruitment, radicalization by teachers and social media platforms promoting Islamist extremism.
October 28, 2020
As Mauritania's legal mechanisms shut down civil and political liberties in the West African Islamic republic, eight individuals were found guilty under the country's sharia-based blasphemy laws, imposing fines and prison sentences.