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Fear over Islam’s rise to power irrational

By Paul R. Pillar
Source: The National Interest

Results of the first round of Egypt’s parliamentary elections—in which the Muslim Brotherhood came in first, followed by a Salafist party—have stimulated still more of what has been a common response to the Arab Spring ever since it began: the fear that Islamists might derail or hijack democratization in Arab countries. The response has often taken the form of a simple “Islamists dangerous, non-Islamists okay” attitude.


Far right on rise in Europe, says report


Source: By  and /

The far right is on the rise across Europe as a new generation of young, web-based supporters embrace hardline nationalist and anti-immigrant groups, a study has revealed ahead of a meeting of politicians and academics in Brussels to examine the phenomenon.


The Islamic World – ‘The Clash of Civilizations’ – Russia

By Alexei Khlebnikov : | Moscow / 18 Jul 2011

For more than ten years the modern world has been fighting with its main enemy - international terrorism. A distinctive feature of this process is the sustained expansion of the West led by the United States under the guise of pro-democratic slogans against terrorism. It is supported by mass media and accompanied by extremely far-fetched theories. Here is one of them below.

Image of the Enemy


Muslims as a Mirror: Germany's Unhealthy Obsession with Islam

A Commentary by Rolf Schieder | Spiegel Online / 26 Aug 2011

Muslims in Germany have been accused of many things, from threatening the feminist cause to trying to destroy German society through "demographic jihad." It isn't the Muslims that are the problem, however, but rather our obsession with Islam.


Are Vikings on the Terrorism Path?

Source : Ali Vyacheslav Polosin |
Moscow | 01 Aug 2011

Puppeteers Have Gone Too Far: ‘Authentic Aryan’ Mug instead of Osama’s Image


Islamophobia, Zionism and the Norway massacre

Source : Ali Abunimah | Al Jazeera
Washington | 02 Aug 2011

In a Washington Post op-ed last week, Abraham Foxman, the National Director of the Anti Defamation League, likened the hateful ideology that inspired Anders Behring Breivik to massacre 77 innocent people in Norway to the "deadly" anti-Semitism that infected Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries.

This is a parallel that I, and many others who have been observing with alarm the rise of anti-Muslim incitement in the US and Europe, have made frequently.


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