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.. and willing to fund and arm the enemy who reject democracy in favour of Sharia.
Obama - Guilty!
Cameron - Guilty!
Hollande - Guilty!
17 March, 2013: Please take the time to watch this documentary in full. It reports on what the Western leftist media won't show you and Western governments would rather you didn't see nor know about. Our Western governments are aiding and funding (and will provide weapons to..) the FSA Islamist Rebels made up of al-Qaeda and other terrorist organisatons, who are known to rape and kill women and children, kill innocent citizens, kill prisoners of war, coerce reporters into the line of fire and recruit children as fighters and fodder; all done while shouting 'allahu ackbar', raping and killing in the name of God. The FSA don't want democracy, they want a Sharia State and will kill to get what they demand!
A MASS global march on our governments (USA, Britain and France) is to be called and we demand those who control OUR lifes leave at once! We do NOT want Islamist/Terrorist sympathisers governing over us. Support Assad, the one who doesn't support terrorists.. he kills them.
dhimmi Obama OUT!
dhimmi Cameron OUT!
dhimmi Hollande OUT!
Making his first appearance on the Vatican balcony.
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February 02, 2013 - A blast outside the U.S. Embassy in Ankara, Turkey, killed at least two people, the U.S. State Department confirmed Friday.
A police official said a suicide bomber set off an explosive at the embassy entrance, killing himself and a Turkish guard.
"We can confirm a terrorist blast at a check point on the perimeter of our embassy compound in Ankara, Turkey, at 1:13 p.m. local time, or 6:15 a.m. EST," State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said in a statement.
A senior U.S. official said no Americans were wounded. One Turkish woman was also seriously wounded in the blast.
"We are very sad. We pray for a speedy recovery for the wounded person," U.S. Ambassador to Turkey Francis Ricciardione said.
White House press secretary Jay Carney called the attack "by definition, an act of terror."
Kurdish rebels and Islamic terrorists are active in Turkey. There have also been suicide bombings by al-Qaeda linked militants in the area.
So far, no one has claimed responsibility for Friday's attack.
"We are working closely with the Turkish national police to make a full assessment of the damage and the casualties, and to begin an investigation," Nuland said.
Turkey is a key U.S. ally in the region, located between Europe and the Middle East.
February 01, 2013 - Two days after an Israeli airstrike inside Syria, there are new reports Friday of Israeli warplanes over southern Lebanon.
Meanwhile, Iran and Syria are threatening payback against Israel for Wednesday's assault.
"[Damascus)] has the option and the capacity to surprise in retaliation," Syrian Ambassador to Lebanon Ali Abdul-Karim Ali reportedly said at an emergency meeting Thursday.
Days before the strike, Iran warned that any attack against Syria would be considered an attack against Iran. Israeli media concluded the urgent need to strike inside Syria outweighed the risk of Iranian or Syrian retaliation.
"We see definitely a higher level of threat perception in America as well as in Israel about the possibility of this type of weapons falling into the hands of the opposition or in the hands of Hezbollah," Bar-Ilan University Prof. Efraim Inbar told CBN News.
Officially, Israel will not comment on the attack. In the past it has declared its "red lines." It would not allow Syria's vast chemical weapons stockpile to fall into Hezbollah or jihadi terrorists' hands or "game-changing" weapons systems, like the SA-17 anti-aircraft missile system.
With Syrian President Bashar Assad losing control of more of his country, the likelihood of additional Israeli strikes is growing.
Without action by Western countries, Likud Party member Tzachi Hanegbi said "...it could well be that we will reach a stage where we will have to make decisions."
Meanwhile, a Saudi newspaper claims Hezbollah received tons of mustard gas and long-range missiles from Syria last year.
Israel has positioned Iron Dome anti-missile batteries in the north against possible retaliation, but it appears unlikely Hezbollah or Syria would attack Israel openly at this point.
"I think Assad has no interest in escalating the conflict," Inbar said. "His plate is full with fighting the opposition. This is why Israel has greater leeway than usual, but we should not dismiss the possibility of some kind of escalation on the part of Assad or the opposition."
The greater threat seems to be from an attack against Israeli or Jewish targets abroad, like the attack on an Israeli tourist bus at the airport in Bulgaria last summer.
23 January, 2013 - Why in 2017? The majority of British people want a referendum NOW!
January 22, 2013 - Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi said he is opposed to France's military intervention in Mali fearing that it could create further unrest.
On Monday at the Arab Economic Summit in Saudi Arabia, Morsi reiterated that he was hoping for a "peaceful and developmental" approach from France.
"We do not accept at all the military intervention in Mali because it will fuel conflict in the region," Morsi said.
French forces are working to stop the advance of Islamist extremists there. Morsi said the intervention creates a "new conflict hotspot" separating the Arab north from its African neighbors to the south.
The Islamic president also declared his support for Algeria where last week Islamic militants attacked a natural gas complex. At least 37 hostages were killed.
Morsi's statements paralleled the successful halting of Islamic militant advancement towards the south by Malian and French troops.
January 20, 2013 - In Egypt a court has sentence a woman and her seven children up to 15 years in prison for converting to Christianity.
Nadia Mohamed Ali converted to Islam 23 years ago after marrying Mohamed Abdel-Wahhab Mustafa. When he died she converted her family back to Christianity, the religion of her youth, in order to obtain an inheritance.
In 2004 she began the process by seeking help from workers in the registration office to process new identity cards for her family.
But under the new Muslim Brotherhood regime such acts are deemed illegal, landing Nadial, her children, and even the clerks in prison.
Human rights advocates said it's a sign of things to come.
Samuel Tadros, a research fellow at Hudson Institute's Center for Religious Freedom, said conversions like Nadia's are not uncommon, but the new Sharia-based constitution "is a real disaster in terms of religious freedom."
"Now that Sharia law has become an integral part of Egypt's new constitution, Christians in that country are at greater risk than ever," said Jordan Sekulow, executive director of the American Center for Law & Justice (http://aclj.org/).
"This is another tragic case that underscores the growing problem of religious intolerance in the Muslim world," he contineud. "To impose a prison sentence for a family because of their Christian faith sadly reveals the true agenda of this new government: Egypt has no respect for international law or religious liberty."
Human rights advocates claim that this case is simply one of many alarming rulings that point to the dire plight of roughly 7 million Christians living in Egypt.
"The cases will increase in the future," Tadros warned. "It will be much harder for people to return to Christianity."
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January 17, 2013 - After coming under fire from the Obama administration, Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi is trying to explain away his racist remarks about Jews in a 2010 speech.
Morsi said his comments calling Jews "bloodsuckers and "descendants of apes and pigs" were aimed at Israeli policies and taken out of context.
The White House called the comments "repulsive" and "deeply offensive."
A congressional delegation to Cairo led by Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., also expressed disapproval in a meeting with Morsi this week.
Despite the uproar, U.S. leaders are expected approve a $480 million aid package to Egypt.
15 Jan, 2012 - This week, on the ground along the Gaza border. What next for Israel and Hamas? Israel's top military spokesperson Lt. Col. Avital Leibovich and Fmr. Israeli Ambassador Yoram Ettinger talk. Also, a personal look at rocket-barraged city of Sderot.
January 15, 2013 - A radical Muslim group in Africa is vowing to attack France in revenge for air strikes the French military launched against them last Friday.
The Islamists are threatening to take over the North African nation of Mali. On Monday, Malian and French soldiers, backed by heavy French military air support, pounded Islamist targets there for the fourth day.
Dozens of French fighter planes hit rebel targets in the northern cities of Gao and Kidal.
"We are facing a clear aggression. I have therefore decided that France will respond," French President Francois Hollande said.
France began its military offensive last week to stop Islamist rebels from advancing on Bamako, the capital of Mali. Al-Qaeda linked rebels have had control of northern Mali since April and began advancing south, prompting fears they could gain new territory.
"It's the security in the region, of France, of Europe which is at stake," French Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said.
Despite the gains, rebels launched counter-attacks, inching closer to the capital. Fighting in the western part of the country has been particularly fierce.
On Monday, Islamists promised to drag France into an Afghanistan-style ground war in Mali. The leader of the rebel group also vowed to strike at the heart of France.
Security has been stepped up across French cities in response.
Meanwhile, French intervention in the conflict has been welcomed by many of those who fled their homes after Islamists took over.
"We look forward to when this situation can be resolved so that we can return to the village to rebuild what has been destroyed," Ahmed Bouya, who has been displaced from Timbuktu, said.
January 14, 2013 - An Iranian-American pastor imprisoned in Iran has been handed over to a judge who is notorious for violating human rights.
Pastor Saeed Abedini, 32, was arrested in September for his work in Iran's underground Christian community.
The American Center for Law and Justice (http://aclj.org/), who is fighting for Abedini, report his case has now been assigned to an Iranian judge who is often referred to as one of Iran's "hanging judges."
Abedini wrote a letter to his family saying he is being beaten and that he has been told he "will hang" for his faith in Jesus.
In 2010, he was granted U.S. citizenship when he married his American wife.
So far, the U.S. State Department has taken no decisive action on his behalf, even though he's an American citizen.
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08, January 2012 - This week, exclusive interviews with two of Israel's top government officials, Moshe Yaalon and Danny Danon. They talk about Iran, Hamas, Hezbollah, Syria, the Muslim Brotherhood and much more.
January 04, 2013 - Recently revealed comments by Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi show his attitude towards Jews, the state of Israel, and the Palestinian conflict.
In a 2010 interview, Morsi refered to Jews as the descendants of apes and pigs and called on Palestinians to employ "all forms of resistance" against the Jewish state, including violence.
"These blood-suckers who attack the Palestinians, these warmongers, the descendants of apes and pigs ... there is no place for them on the land of Palestine," Morsi said
Egypt's president called the peace process an illusion and said negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians must stop once and for all.
He also said Muslims and Arabs should "beseige the Zionists wherever they are" drive them out of their countries.
December 21, 2012 - LONDON -- Across the United States, from working class Brooklyn to rural Tennessee, multi-million dollar mosque projects have residents up in arms.
Despite reports of Muslim Brotherhood links and foreign funding from regimes like Saudi Arabia, these projects continue full speed ahead.
In 2001, there were 1,200 mosques in America. Today, that number has nearly doubled to over 2,000. That's an increase of 74 percent in the last 11 years alone.
In Great Britain, however, things may be taking a different turn. Attorney Gavin Boby is confronting the issue head on.
"A planning application gets submitted for a mosque in an area and it will never be called a mosque," Boby told CBN News. "It will always be called a community center, an interfaith center, a public community, harmony building, an outreach center, and it will be a mosque and a neighbor will contact us saying there's been this application, we are worried about it."
That's when Boby springs into action. He runs the Law and Freedom Foundation (http://lawandfreedomfoundation.org/), a group dedicated to promoting "freedom under law."
For Boby, that means working with British citizens who oppose mosque building in their cities and towns.
"We help them to organize themselves and their friends simply to use established methods of consultation to tell the local authority we object to this proposal because of the effect that it will have on the neighborhood, the effect on parking, the effect on noise, the effect on disturbance, the architectural effects, the effects of concentration of people, generally, the amenity for residence," Boby explained.
"And also we give them advocacy help in front of the council meeting. We will advocate on their behalf, and it works," he said.
It works so well that Boby has earned himself the nickname "Mosquebuster." His Law and Freedom Foundation has stopped construction of mosques in 15 of the 16 cases it's taken on.
There are an estimated 1,500 mosques overall in the United Kingdom.
18/Dec/2012 - On this week's edition of the Stakelbeck on Terror show, we sit down with Jamie Glazov, author of "High Noon for America: The Coming Showdown" and William "Kirk" Kilpatrick, author of "Christianity, Islam and Atheism," to discuss the unholy alliance between radical Islamists and the radical Left and what can be done to preserve Judeo-Christian, Western civilization.
11/Dec/2012 - On this week's Stakelbeck on Terror Show, we examine the growing trend of mega-mosques across the West, including an on-the-ground report from Cologne, Germany, where the Islamist-led Turkish government is building what will be one the largest mosques in Europe. We also sit down for exclusive interviews with Gavin Boby, aka "The Mosqubuster," and Joseph Farah, CEO of WND and author of the Tea Party Manifesto.
December 10, 2012 - JERUSALEM, Israel - Since the dawn of the so-called Arab spring nearly two years ago, the Muslim Brotherhood has made significant advancements both in Egypt and the Gaza Strip. Over the weekend, Hamas celebrated its 25th anniversary.
Some called it the biggest rally in the history of Gaza. Hundreds of thousands gathered to hear Hamas political leader Khaled Meshaal.
Egypt's new government allowed Meshaal to enter -- something the Mubarak government would not do.
It marked the first time in 45 years since Meshaal had been in Gaza. He used the opportunity to pledge Israel's destruction.
"Palestine will be Palestine. We will never surrender the land, Jerusalem, the right of return or [our right] to resistance. We will not leave any inch of Palestinian land and we'll never give up on any of our rights," Meshaal said.
Israeli President Shimon Peres responded to Meshaal's speech.
"He unmasked the real nature of Hamas: to kill, to conquer, not to compromise, the people of Gaza can remain poor and hungry," Peres predicted.
The Hamas rally is a sign they feel they won their recent war with Israel. They're also emboldened after the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.
They announced their desire to reach a unity agreement with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. Some have speculated Meshaal could one day be a candidate for president of the P.A.
In Egypt, meanwhile, the crisis between opponents and supporters of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi continues.
Morsi did not agree to rescind any part of his decree that gives him absolute power. And he did not agree to stop the referendum over the new constitution. The vote is scheduled for December 15.
Opponents of Morsi contend the new constitution will violate the rights of women, Christians and minorities. They also say it will lead Egypt toward an Islamist state.
"They have cancelled some very minor parts from the constitution [referring to President Mohammed Morsi's constitutional decree] and the voting will still take place on the 15th and we are all here because we're saying no, none of us want a cult to rule us," Ruby Rafah, one of the protesters, said.
Both Morsi and Hamas are part of the Muslim Brotherhood, a group that began in 1928 with the goal of overthrowing secular Arab governments, destroying Israel and establishing an Islamic caliphate throughout the Middle East. Despite opposition, they seem determined to reach those goals.
Recorded from the John Peel Saturday radio show in 1991/1992. Can you ID it?
November 30, 2012 - The United Nations General Assembly voted overwhelmingly to recognize the Palestinian Authority as a non-member state. But could the vote put Israel and P.A. even further from the negotiating table and any peace agreement?
The historic vote passed overwhelmingly: 138 in favor, 41 abstentions, and nine against.
Palestinian Authority head Mahmoud Abbas said they would accept nothing less than an independent state in the West Bank and Gaza, with east Jerusalem as its capital.
"This time we are determined to go. Nothing is going to shake us. The train has left the station," Nabil Shaath, senior aide to Abbas, said. "There is no way we can be deterred, we can be frightened, we can be pushed around and I think that this determination became greater after this war in Gaza."
Palestinian Arabs in the West Bank, known biblically as Judea and Samaria, celebrated the vote. Palestinians celebrated in Hamas-controlled Gaza, too.
"It's a wonderful feeling, it's amazing. Allah willing, unity between Fatah and Hamas will happen very soon in the near future, we will be brothers and together we will destroy the Israeli entity. Allah willing, we are going to victory, victory, victory," Gaza resident and Hamas supporter Abu Ahmad said.
The vote was largely symbolic, but Abbas seized on the symbolism, calling the vote a birth certificate for the state of Palestine. The vote took place 65 years to the day when Arabs rejected a United Nations resolution that created a Jewish state and could have given them an Arab state decades ago.
Palestinians say the U.N. backing will strengthen their hand in negotiations. But Israel said it will make talks even tougher.
"The truth is when the party is over and when people wake up tomorrow morning, they'll see that nothing is changed, that reality on the ground remains as is," Israeli government spokesman Mark Regev told CBN News.
"The only way forward is not meaningless theater at the United Nations; the way forward is to have meaningful peace talks," he said.
The U.N. vote dealt both Israel and the United States a huge diplomatic blow.
"The path to a two-state solution that fulfills the aspirations of the Palestinian people is through Jerusalem and Ramallah, not New York," Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said.
"We have made very clear to the Palestinian leadership -- you know I met with President Abbas just last week -- that we oppose Palestinian efforts to upgrade their status at the U.N., outside of the framework of negotiations to achieve a two-state solution," she said.
For now, nothing has really changed. But it could also give Palestinians some clout if they take Israelis to the International Criminal Court.
They could also force the question of the fate of Jerusalem or the fate of hundreds of thousands of Israelis who live in their biblical homeland of Judea and Samaria.
Recorded in the early 90's from the John Peel radio show. Do you recognize it?
The desperate attempts the Gazan people will resort to in order to use false propaganda against the Israelis. This is why NO-ONE SHOULD EVER TRUST A MUSLIM!; or CNN and the BBC.
20/Nov/2012 - On this week's episode of the Stakelbeck on Terror show, we analyze Israel's ongoing operation against Hamas in Gaza and the Muslim Brotherhood's potential role. Plus, terrorism expert Sebastian Gorka explains how the America is losing the ideological war against Islamists.
November 21, 2012 - JERUSALEM, Israel -- A bomb attack in a passenger bus in central Tel Aviv at noon on Wednesday injured at least 16 passengers, two seriously, three moderately and the rest lightly. Paramedics treated numbers of people for hysteria.
Hamas claimed, then denied, responsibility for the bombing, the first terror attack in six years there. News of the bombing sent Gazans celebrating and dancing in the streets.
Police detained then released a suspect in Ramat Gan, while officers at the scene of the bombing have reportedly located a second explosive device on the bus.
Police are now searching for two terrorists, one a female, believed to be somewhere in the Tel Aviv area. Police roadblocks are snarling traffic in the area.
With the terrorists still at large, school children in vicinity of the bombing are not being released at the normal time.
Initial reports indicated the perpetrator planted the bombs on the bus and fled. Police cleared the streets to pursue the perpetrator.
Ambulances transported injured passengers to Ichilov Hospital nearby. A police helicopter was dispatched to help hunt down the terrorist.
The Israeli-Hamas conflict moved to a new level Wednesday after a terrorist bus bombing in the heart of Israel injured more than a dozen passengers.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon are meeting with Israeli and Palestinian leaders to push for a truce between Israel and Hamas. But on the ground the rockets keep flying.
Hamas claimed responsibility for the terrorist bus bombing in Tel Aviv (http://cbn.com/cbnnews/insideisrael/2012/November/Hamas-Plants-Bomb-on-Tel-Aviv-Bus/) while diplomatic efforts continue toward a ceasefire.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel is in a battle to save lives.
"Now if there is a possibility of achieving a long-term solution to this problem through diplomatic means, we prefer that. But if not, I'm sure you understand that Israel will have to take whatever action is necessary to defend its people," he said.
Clinton said America's commitment to Israel's security is unwavering.
"That is why we believe it is essential to de-escalate the situation in Gaza," she said.
Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren (http://blogs.cbn.com/beltwaybuzz/archive/2012/11/20/israeli-ambassador-times-are-tough-but-so-are-we.aspx) told CBN News what Israel's expectations are, saying the Hamas rockets must stop.
"There's no question about de-escalation, but the de-escalation has to begin with Hamas," Oren said. "First of all, stop the firing. Stop the rockets. Then we will discuss the possibility of a long-term solution."
"A long-term solution will mean that there will be no more smuggling of Iranian rockets into the Gaza Strip," he continued. "And that the terrorists will not be able to open fire every month or every week at Israel and paralyze half the country when they want to."
An Elusive Ceasefire
But following Clinton's Jerusalem visit there were no signs of a ceasefire. A rocket from Gaza crashed into an apartment building in Rishon Lezion, the most serious rocket attack in the Tel Aviv area since the operation began Tuesday evening.
"All the glasses were there so we understood something happened nearby," said rocket attack victim Yael Geraci. "I didn't think that it's in our building."
Geraci's family, who lives in the apartment, miraculously survived unharmed because when they heard the alarm, they went to their security room.
"Thank God that we are okay," he said. "That's the important thing."
Palestinians say 120 people have been killed so far in Gaza and hundreds of others are wounded while Hamas executed six collaborators. Israel said it is going out of its way to avoid civilian casualties in Gaza.
The Israel Defense Forces released a video showing an aborted bombing mission because civilians were in the area. They've also dropped leaflets and sent text messages to Gaza residents warning them of imminent strikes and telling them to clear the area.
For now the battle rages.
November 20, 2012 - As the conflict between Israel and Gaza continues to play out, the terrorist organization Hamas is making a lot of headlines.
The State Department and the Obama administration both recognize the organization as a terrorist group.
But in an opinion piece for Fox News, Dan Gainor, with the Media Research Center (http://mrc.org/) points out that designation doesn't often carry over in the mainstream media.
Gainor says that this year, in more than 60 percent of news coverage on the major three networks, the word "terrorist" is replaced with militant.
He also says putting Hamas, a terrorist group, and Israel, the only truly democratic nation in the Middle East, in the same category while reporting shows the networks are missing the mark in their reporting.
November 15, 2012 - LONDON -- Stoning for adultery. Amputations for theft. Death for apostates. And second-class status for Christians and Jews. This is life under Sharia law, the Islamic system practiced in countries like Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Great Britain.
Yes, Great Britain.
There are reportedly some 85 Sharia courts now operating there, with Islamic judges ruling on cases ranging from financial to marital disputes among British Muslims.
"We went into some proceedings and there were a couple of Islamic judges sitting up above the rest," said Alan Craig, who recently stepped down as leader of the Christian Peoples Alliance party. "And there was one Muslim woman who was suing for divorce."
Craig is a former city councilor in East London, home to several Sharia courts where women face open discrimination.
"A woman's witness value is half that of a man," Craig told CBN News. "So [the courts] will tend, therefore, to take the man's position in a divorce."
Craig is working with Baroness Caroline Cox to pass a bill in Britain's House of Lords protecting women from this Sharia oppression.
Muslim women in Great Britain often face intimidation within their communities to settle things the Sharia way. According to Craig, some wrongly believe Islamic courts are their only option.
"What we're trying to do is say, Muslim women, especially in this country, need to be informed," he explained. "They actually have other rights and our view, better rights, under English law."
Sharia courts operate outside of British common law. Their defenders say the courts are legal under a 1996 Arbitration Act that allows people to settle differences through methods of their own choosing.
Islamic Republic of Tower Hamlets
The courts have popped up in several British cities with large Muslim populations, including Birmingham, Bradford, Manchester, and London.
The Tower Hamlets section of East London is arguably the epicenter of the Sharia movement in Great Britain.
The impoverished borough has been dubbed "The Islamic Republic of Tower Hamlets."
Its first elected mayor is a Muslim who critics say has ties to extremist groups. His office declined CBN News's request for an interview.
Radical Muslims have threatened women there for not covering up, and gays have been beaten in the streets.
"If people are afraid of having their hands cut, don't steal," UK Islamist leader Anjem Choduary said. "If you don't want to be stoned to death, don't commit adultery."
Choudary wants Sharia law to rule Great Britain.
Last year, his followers put up posters around Tower Hamlets labeling it a "Sharia-Controlled Zone" where "Islamic rules are enforced."
"We're sitting in a beautiful park here in East London," CBN News' Erick Stakelbeck observed during an interview with Choudary. "How would this park look different if Sharia came to the UK and your vision came to the UK?"
"Certainly, the adult women, whether Muslim or non-Muslim, would have to cover themselves, as indeed would the men," he responded.
Craig fears the growth of Sharia law in areas like East London could lead to Muslim enclaves isolated from mainstream British society.
"My feeling around here is that those that don't, those that isolate themselves, those that separate themselves is growing faster than those who (are) what we would call progressive," he said.
"A big marker for that route would be the number of women, the growth of the number of women around here wearing the full face veil, the burka," he continued. "And it's extraordinary how much younger and younger they get."
Sharia in America?
So could Sharia courts come to America? The idea sounds far-fetched to some.
According to the Center for Security Policy (http://centerforsecuritypolicy.org/index.xml) in Washington, there have been some 50 court cases in at least 23 states that have seen conflicts between Sharia law and American state law.
And four states have adopted legislation, called "American Laws for American Courts," that would protect U.S. citizens from the use of any type of foreign law, like Sharia, in the courtroom.
In East London, Craig said the fight against Sharia is much more than a religious or legal issue.
"It's actually a human rights thing," he said. "And we're working in partnership with non-Christians as well on this trying to bolster and strengthen the position for Muslim women."
November 12, 2012 - A patriotic march for French values and culture, and against radical Islam, was blacked out by the France's politically correct media.
Over the weekend, protestors chanted against Islamic fascism and about the French victory over Arab in invaders in 732 A.D. It was the first march of its kind in France.
A broad coalition of groups from across France came together because they feel like they are losing their country to radical Islam, Sharia law, and a politically correct establishment that encourages the spread of Islam.
"Sharia law is slowly being enforced in our country and we want to march here to protest that because our government is doing nothing," one French demonstrator said.
"The French people - they want to defend their culture, their history - they are called 'fascists,'" one woman said.
"I don't think it's only a problem of France. It's a problem of Europe. It's also a problem for the U.S.A.," another protestor said.
There was no visible counter demonstration, but an egg did manage to hit a CBN News reporter who was standing near the protestors.
The march took place just weeks after a group of French young people called Generation Identitaire stormed a mosque in Portiers and hung a banner from the roof, demanding a referendum on Muslim immigration.
France has more Muslims than any other European nation. Some believe there could be as many as 15 million Muslims in France, although the official figure is much lower.
Noted French writer Renaud Camus helped organize the march.
"What I call 'le grande remplacement,' or 'the big replacement,' the change in population, is the biggest thing to happen in French history since the 15th century," he said.
The leftist French media ignored the demonstration, seeing it as racist. But it's clear the movement to resist radical Islam is growing in France.
October 24, 2012 - Israel -- By midmorning Wednesday, Palestinian Arabs in the Gaza Strip fired more than 60 rocket and mortar shells on southern Israel, injuring three foreign workers, two seriously, and damaging at least seven homes.
The injured men were medevac'd to Beersheva's Soroka Medical Center, where Givati Brigade commander Capt. Ziv Shilon, critically injured Monday by a roadside bomb near the Gaza border, is fighting for his life.
Paramedics treated several people for shock.
The rocket barrage, which began at dawn, continued throughout the morning.
The IDF instructed residents within a 24-mile range of the Gaza border to remain in bomb shelters and safe rooms. Authorities closed schools in the Eshkol, Sha'ar Hanegev, and Hof Ashkelon regional councils, and Sapir College suspended classes.
An Iron Dome battery activated in the Hof Ashkelon region intercepted and destroyed seven rockets, while the IDF targeted the terror infrastructure with air strikes and artillery fire.
"In response to rocket fire, IAF aircraft targeted a rocket launching site in the northern Gaza Strip. In addition, tank shells were fired toward terrorist targets in the Gaza Strip. Hits were confirmed," the IDF Spokesman's Office said in a statement. "Over 65 rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip at southern Israel over the past eight hours."
Overnight Tuesday, the IDF targeted rocket-launching cells in northern and southern Gaza, killing three Hamas operatives and injuring three others according to Palestinian sources.
IDF Spokesman Yoav Mordechai told reporters, "If things in the south seem bleak, I promise you it's worse in Gaza."
"Hamas is under stress. It is both a terror organization and a governing sovereign. It wants to show that it is still active in its resistance to Israel but would like to contain the violence, too."
The shelling followed Tuesday's official state visit to Gaza by a 50-member delegation from Qatar, led by Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani. Hamas chief Ismail Haniyeh welcomed the delegation with an honor guard.
2/Oct/2012 - On this week's edition of the Stakelbeck on Terror show, we're joined by a trio of counter-jihad activists who have launched a new weekly newspaper devoted to preserving free speech about the destructive agenda of Islamists and the radical left.
25 Sept 2012 - On this week's episode of the Stakelbeck on Terror show, we're joined by Middle East analyst Michael Widlanski to examine the real reasons behind the recent anti-American riots across the Muslim world.
September 24, 2012 - HAR HARIF, Israel -- Tension throughout the Middle East means Israel must look beyond its highly publicized problem with Iran. One of the latest incidents -- a deadly terror attack along its once peaceful border with Egypt -- highlights the danger Israel faces from all sides.
One Israeli soldier died when three heavily armed terrorists ambushed an IDF unit giving water to African migrants. The soldiers returned fire and killed the terrorists. The army said they prevented a major terror attack.
The 144-mile-long Sinai border fence is months away from completion, but it's not Israel's only defense.
"We deploy around the borders of Israel to try to find threats, enemies basically, units of terror that try to penetrate Israel," Col. Oded told CBN News. "We have the technology, the technique and we have the right soldiers to do it and to find the enemy before he penetrates Israel."
As head of the IDF's Combat Intelligence Gathering School, the colonel recently gave CBN News an exclusive look at training exercises near Israel's southern border with Egypt.
"The most difficult thing is to try to keep up with things that happen," 2nd Lt. Shai said. "You know you have sometimes a boring mission and you need to keep attention so you [do] not fall asleep or things like that. Always stay focused, that's the hardest thing."
Using observation equipment like high-powered binoculars, soldiers scan the border for trouble 24/7 and stop it when it comes.
"We have increasing threats in the border between Egypt and Israel, not from Egypt but from terror cells that are operating in the Sinai Desert," Col. Oded said. "It is a different threat and we developed that right capabilities in order to find it and stop it before it succeed[s]."
That was also the case in August when combat intelligence soldiers eliminated terrorists who killed 16 Egyptian border guards and then crossed into Israel.
"...The IDF is prepared for every mission, in every border and we are part of the capabilities that the IDF has to keep the peace and to prepare for war," Col. Oded said.
September 13, 2012 - Muslim protestors launched another attack on a U.S. embassy Thursday morning, this time in Yemen. Reports say protestors stormed the consulate overnight, chanting "death to America."
Witnesses say security forces responded by opening fire on the demonstrators. While the mob briefly entered the compound, no one was hurt.
Unrest is also mounting in Egypt, with angry protestors filling the streets.
Police fired tear gas and rubber bullets into the crowd to keep them away from the U.S. Embassy.
Libya Attack Coordinated?
Meanwhile, the United States is responding to the attack in Libya, which claimed the life of U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans.
"He risked his life to stop a tyrant, then gave his life trying to help build a better Libya," Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said of Stevens.
Following Tuesday's attack, the U.S. Navy positioned a destroyer off the coast of Libya and another is on its way. Dozens of Marines are now on the ground protecting the embassy there.
New information about Tuesday's deadly attack in Benghazi suggests it was not just an angry mob but a planned assault.
A terrorist group with ties to al Qaeda has claimed responsibility. Officials say it was a well-coordinated attack timed to coincide with the 9/11 anniversary.
It took place just one day after al Qaeda leader Ayman al Zawahiri called on Libyans to rise up against the Americans.
President Obama spoke with the leaders of both Libya and Egypt following the attacks, urging them to work with the United States to ensure the safety of its diplomats.
Obama also offered his condolences to the friends and families of Stevens and the other victims and promised that the killers would be brought to justice.
"As Americans, we stand united, all of us, in gratitude for their service," Obama said. "I want to assure you we will bring their killers to justice."
On Thursday, protestors in Libya filled the streets in support of the United States, condemning the attack on the U.S. consulate.
Political Hot Button
Meanwhile, the violence in the Mideast is becoming a political issue.
GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney criticized the president's Mideast foreign policy, saying the White House has not provided leadership in the region.
He also attacked a statement from the U.S. Embassy in Cairo condemning people who "hurt the religious feelings of Muslims."
"The administration was wrong to a stand by a statement sympathizing with those who had breached our embassy in Egypt, instead of condemning their actions," Romney said.
The president lashed out at him for that statement, saying the press release was issued before any of the attacks took place.
"Gov. Romney seems to have a tendency to shoot first and aim later," Obama said. "And as president, one of the things I've learned is you can't do that."
The Romney camp pointed out that the embassy reissued support for that statement after the attacks began.
History of Violence
Muslims have responded violently in the past over insults to their faith.
Earlier this year six people were killed in Afghanistan when soldiers allegedly disposed of Korans improperly at a U.S. airbase in Kabul.
And in 2004, a Dutch filmmaker was killed after producing a film criticizing the Muslim's treatment of women.
September 12, 2012 - A mob of angry Muslims stormed the embassies in Egypt and Libya, killing U.S. ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens and three other Americans.
The cause: an anti-Muslim film attacking the Islamic Prophet Mohammad.
Written, produced, and directed by 56-year-old Israeli filmmaker Sam Bacile, the spoof depicts Mohammed as a womanizer, a fool, and a fraud.
Bacile, who is in hiding, said the film is meant to expose Islam, which he called "a cancer."
A 14-minute trailer, posted on YouTube in English, with excerpts dubbed in Arabic, sparked the riots.
Mob: No God But Allah
After storming the U.S. embassy in Cairo Tuesday, the mostly Islamic demonstrators tore up the American flag. They replaced it with a black flag with an Islamic inscription, similar to the one used by al Qaeda.
The flag reads, "There is no god but Allah and Mohammad is his prophet."
"We are obviously working with Egyptian security to try to restore order at the embassy and to work with them to try to get the situation under control," U.S. State Department Spokesman Victoria Nuland said.
The American embassy in Egypt announced that their people are all safe and accounted for. But the situation is far from under control.
Shortly after violence erupted in Egypt, officials received reports of a new attack at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya. The mob overwhelmed Libyan security forces, firing weapons and rocket propelled grenades, killing 52-year-old Stevens.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton condemned the attacks.
"The United States deplores any intentional effort to denigrate the religious beliefs of others," she said in a statement. "Our commitment to religious tolerance goes back to the very beginning of our nation."
"But let me be clear," she added. "There is never any justification for violent acts of this kind."
An Islamic extremist group has claimed responsibility for the attacks. Local media estimated about 2,000 people participated in the Egyptian protests.
U.S. officials, fearing more violence could be on the way, are evacuating State Department workers from Benghazi.
"I have directed my administration to provide all necessary resources to support the security of our personnel in Libya, and to increase security at our diplomatic posts around the globe," President Obama said.
"While the United States rejects efforts to denigrate the religious beliefs of others, we must all unequivocally oppose the kind of senseless violence that took the lives of these public servants," he said.
September 01, 2012 - From Nazism to communism, Germany has seen its share of radical ideologies over the years. Now the nation faces a new threat: Salafism.
It's an extreme brand of Islam that preaches hatred of Christians and Jews. As CBN News discovered recently, Salafism is growing in Western Europe's most populous country.
The Salafist Movement
In June, 1,000 police fanned out across Germany. They targeted the homes, schools, and mosques of Salafi Muslims.
Salafis model themselves after Islam's prophet, Mohammed, and his followers and strictly follow Islamic sharia law.
Their ideology encourages violent jihad and is shared by al Qaeda and many other Islamic terror groups. It's now taking hold among a small but growing number of Germany's 4.3 million Muslims.
"We have a really dynamic growing Salafi scene," German journalist Franz Feyder said. "Some of the security officers tell us that we have about 5,000 Salafis in Germany."
Feyder follows Germany's Salafi scene closely.
"The Salafi movement in Germany is creating an environment for violence and radicalization," he told CBN News. "Not every Salafist is a terrorist, but every terrorist is a Salafist."
That includes the gunman who murdered two U.S. soldiers and injured two more in an attack in Frankfurt last year, not to mention dozens of other German Muslims that have been arrested on terrorism charges since 9/11.
Still more have left Germany to wage jihad abroad.
"We can see is that a lot of jihadis with Salafist backgrounds are going to Afghanistan and to training camps, to Pakistan into training camps," Feyder said.
"And what we can see as well is that a lot of jihadis are passing through the Horn of Africa," he continued. "And they're going to fight in Somalia, going to fight in Yemen, going to fight in Kenya."
A 'Peaceful' Salafi?
Sheikh Abu Adam runs the Darul Quran Mosque in Munich. He dislikes the term Salafi and said he's simply a Muslim.
German authorities believe he's much more than that. They've visited his mosque to investigate.
In an exclusive interview in his Munich apartment, the sheikh showed CBN News government documents that he said identify him as a radical Salafi and anti-Semite. He denies the charges and said he's worked with the German government to fight extremism.
"Why are they saying that about your mosque?" CBN News asked Adam. "Why would the Bavarian government say that?"
"I don't know," he replied. "Myself? I don't know. All of my students, all - I don't have any exception - they are fighting against terrorism and they are very integrated in the society. All of them are very kind, loving people. They laugh. They communicate with all people."
The Egyptian native said he travels to Pakistan and other hotspots to preach against terrorism and debate jihadists.
He's been targeted with death threats and his bodyguards were present for our interview.
"I try to convince them to leave jihad, to leave radicalism, to leave bomb attacks," he told CBN News.
Although the sheikh, his 10 children, and three wives receive welfare benefits, he told CBN News he wants to leave Bavaria.
"So you no longer have any communication with the German government?" CBN News asked.
"I'm sacrificing myself and my family and my scholars because of you and then you write that I am radicalized? I'm fighting against the terrorists," Adam replied.
Anti-Violence Except at Home?
Yet the sheikh has engaged in violence of his own.
In 2010, he made international headlines when he was accused of brutally beating one of his wives, breaking her nose and shoulder.
He reportedly yelled Koranic verses during the attack and refused to let police enter the apartment. The wife would not press charges.
Also last year, a German television crew filmed Adam presiding over sharia courts in his mosque that operate outside of German law.
"The Salafi people, they tell the truth," counter-jihad activist Michael Sturzenberger said. "They say, 'We want to have Sharia law in Germany, we want to have a caliphate.'"
Sturzenberger hopes to rally Germans against this movement. He called a recent drive by a Salafi imam to place a Koran in every German home a much-needed wakeup call.
"They want to spread this message all over Germany, and they printed 300,000, and they gave it for nothing," Sturzeberger told CBN News.
"They gave it in every city in Germany to the people, the message of Allah, and they want to Islamize Germany," he said.
Authorities also fear the growing Salafi presence will not only make Germany an even more attractive al Qaeda target, but an exporter of terror as well.
August 30, 2012 - Egypt's new president, Mohammed Morsi, is in Iran Thursday for the Nonaligned Movement Summit.
The summit is meant to serve as platform for the 16 self-described non-allied nations in attendance to air their anti-Western grievances. Topics included nuclear arms and the civil war in Syria.
In an apparent show of support for Iran, Morsi said it was a nation's right to develop nuclear energy as long as it was in keeping with international protocols.
Morsi's visit is the first by an Egyptian leader to the Islamic Republic in more than 30 years. It represents a major step in the relationship between the two countries.
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who was also in attendance, called Tehran to cooperate with the U.N.'s International Atomic Energy Agency in giving the agency greater access to its nuclear sites.
He also denounced the ongoing anti-Israel rhetoric coming out of the Islamic regime.
"I strongly reject threats by any member states to destroy another or outrageous attempt to deny historical facts such as the Holocaust, claiming that another state, Israel, does not have the right to exist or describing it in racist terms," Ban said.
August 23, 2012 - The Democratic National Convention will feature a three-day series of events catering to Muslims.
According to Redstate.com, the Bureau of Indigenous Muslim Affairs is coordinating the program titled, "Jumah at the DNC."
The events, which are expected to draw up to 20,000 Muslims, will include everything from prayer, to a regal banquet and a cultural festival.
BIMA says they are using the events to attract attention to the plight of Muslims in America and that they all the events they are planning are non-political.
"We hope our people will leave feeling rewarded about who they are and what their issues are and have a candidate checklist," BIMA spokesman Jibril Hough told the Charlotte Observer.
August 22, 2012 - A Christian girl in Pakistan has been sent to prison for allegedly desecrating the Koran.
The girl, identified only as Rashma, is believed to be between the age of 11 and 16. There were varying reports on whether she was mentally handicapped.
She is accused of burning pages of the Koran near her home in an outlying district of Islamabad. She was arrested Thursday and charged with blasphemy.
Under Pakistan's blasphemy laws, anyone found guilty of insulting Islam's Prophet Muhammad or defiling the Koran can face life in prison.
Hundreds of angry Muslims surrounded the girl's home and demanded her arrest.
The girl's parents and Christian residents fled the neighborhood out of fear of reprisal from Muslim extremists.
"We were sleeping in our house that night," Pakistani Christian David Masih recalled. "They fled (the girl's parents) around 2:30 in the morning. We saw in the morning that the house was locked up, and then we left the area."
"On Friday, evening I rang my landlord to ask whether we should return or not," he continued. "He said, 'Don't be scared. No one will disturb you, but you should leave the house until Sept. 1.'"
Police said the girl will be held for 14 days. Some authorities said she is also being held for her own protection.
21/Aug/2012 - Dr. Tawfik Hamid not only knows the enemy of radical islam—as a young man, he was a follower of its ideology. A native of Egypt, Dr. Hamid has since left the world of Islamism behind and is author of the book, Inside Jihad and a leading authority on the Muslim Brotherhood, al Qaeda and the global Islamist movement.
He's been called Great Britain's most hated man and the face of radical Islam in the UK. Anjem Choudary makes no bones about it--he wants to see Britain become an Islamic state ruled by sharia law.
August 09, 2012 - LONDON -- They've been called "megaphone jihadists," radical Muslims who take to the streets of Western cities demanding Islamic sharia law.
It's a rising movement in Europe that also shows signs of growth in America.
Anjem Choudary has been called the face of radical Islam in Great Britain. He holds frequent rallies calling for sharia law to be imposed on the United Kingdom.
CBN News first interviewed him (http://cbn.com/cbnnews/world/2010/March/UK-Muslim-Leader-Islam-Not-a-Religion-of-Peace/) in 2010, right after the British government banned his group, Sharia4UK.
On a recent visit to London, we found the ban has failed to stop Choudary from spreading his message that Islam will soon dominate Britain and the world.
"So you believe America, Great Britain, all of Europe, will be Islamic states living under sharia?" CBN News' Stakelbeck asked Choudary.
"I am convinced," he replied. "I am 100 percent certain that the sharia will be implemented in America and in Britain one day. The question is, 'when?' and how it will come to fruition."
He's unapologetic about what a society ruled by sharia would mean.
"If people are afraid of having their hands cut, don't steal," Choudary said. "If you don't want to be stoned to death, don't commit adultery. It seems to me that people want all of the vices and they want to get away with it as well. But it doesn't work like that."
Choudary's vision is catching on among some Western Muslims. The group Sharia4UK has spawned at least two offshoots: Sharia4Holland and Sharia4Belgium.
There's also Sharia4America, which Choudary said is active on U.S. soil, mainly in New York City.
"The seeds for the call for sharia in America have been there for many decades," he told CBN News. "We have the Sharia4America project, where we present what we consider to be an alternative to democracy and freedom and the kind of life that people lead in America."
Sharia4America is not alone. Its pro-sharia, pro-caliphate message has been echoed in recent years by a Chicago-area group called Hizb Ut-Tahrir America.
"Ultimately, the Americans are going to be defeated," Choudary predicted. "They're going to be defeated back home and they will be defeated militarily. And they will not get the resources. They will go from the recession and the depression into, if you like, a complete downfall."
Choudary's public support for jihad against British troops keeps his group on the radar of the country's intelligence services.
Some of his followers have been arrested on terrorism charges. But Choudary claims his group rejects violence, for now.
"Britain is Dar Al Harb because they are, you know, anathema to God's law," Choudary said. "They're not implementing it, they're violating its sanctity--and therefore, this is war against Allah and his messenger."
"But we are not allowed to actually fight them here at the current time," he continued. "So we are, you know, propagating Islam."
"You say 'at the current time.' But will there be a time (for violence)?" Stakelbeck asked.
"Well, you know Erick, we are not like the Christians. If you hit me on the left cheek, I'm going to give you my right cheek," Choudary replied. "I'm going to defend myself. So at the moment we are propagating Islam peacefully. But if they attack us we have the right to defend ourselves."
Choudary, however, wouldn't rule out the possibility of offensive jihad one day in the future.
"If we have enough authority and we have enough power, then we are obliged as Muslims to take the authority away from those who have it and implement sharia," Choudary said. "Now I hope that can come in a very peaceful way. I hope we can do that in a way where there is no bloodshed."
But Choudary gives no guarantees whether that will be the case. For now, he's encouraged by the Islamist regimes coming to power as result of the so-called Arab Spring and takes it as a sign that his goal of a global caliphate is inevitable.
August 03, 2012 - JERUSALEM, Israel -- Speculation is growing that Israel may attack Iran's nuclear plants soon, possibly before the U.S. election.
Ephraim Halevy, former head of Israel's intelligence agency, told the New York Times that Iran should take this seriously.
"If I were an Iranian, I would be very fearful of the next 12 weeks," Halevy said.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Washington's current strategy is "perilously close" to failing.
Meanwhile, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is renewing his calls for the destruction of Israel.
"Any freedom lover and justice seeker in the world must do its best for the annihilation of the Zionist regime to pave the path for the establishment of just and freedom in the world," Ahmadinejad told ambassadors from Islamic countries earlier this week.
In remarks reminiscent of the Third Reich, Ahmadinejad said the Zionists are "behind the scenes of the major power circles in political, media, monetary, and banking organizations in the world."
"It has now been some 400 years that a horrendous Zionist clan has been ruling the major world affairs," Ahmadinejad claimed.
Anti-Defamation League (http://adl.org/) director Abraham Foxman said that remark makes it clear when the Iranian president says "Zionists," he's referring to all Jews.
"In his bluntness, Ahmadinejad cuts through the false dichotomy of anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism when he uses the term 'Zionist' to describe alleged Jewish control of the world for 400 years," the ADL director said in a press release (http://adl.org/PresRele/IslME_62/6357_62.htm) posted on the group's website Thursday.
July 30, 2012 - JERUSALEM, Israel -- Iran took center stage during the short visit of presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney to Israel on Sunday.
Against the backdrop of Jerusalem's Old City, Romney delighted a VIP audience by appearing to take a clear position on a longstanding international controversy: He confirmed that Jerusalem is Israel's capital -- something the White House press secretary recently refused to do.
"It's a deeply moving experience to be in Jerusalem, the capital of Israel," Romney said to resounding applause.
Israel considers all of Jerusalem to be its eternal capital, but Palestinians want part of the city for the capital of a future state. No country, including the United States, has its embassy in Jerusalem.
And the former Massachusetts governor also sent a clear signal on Iran's nuclear program: "My message to the people of Israel and the leaders of Iran is one and the same. We will not look away, nor will my country ever look away from our passion and commitment to Israel."
Romney said preventing Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons should be America's top national security priority.
"It is our fervent hope that diplomatic and economic measures will do so in the final hour. But of course no option should be excluded. We recognize Israel's right to defend itself and expect America to stand with you," he said.
Romney's speech followed a day of meetings with Israeli leaders and Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad.
Jerusalem Post diplomatic correspondent Herb Keinon says Romney's visit was first about his campaign but also about hearing what Israelis had to say.
"He wants to come here and he wants to both speak with and be seen speaking with the leaders to get their take on the major issues in the region, which is obviously Egypt, Syria and Iran," Keinon told CBN News.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Romney that sanctions and diplomacy hadn't stopped Iran and that's why a strong and credible military threat is also needed.
"You said that the greatest danger facing the world is of the Ayatollah regime possessing nuclear weapons capability. Mitt, I couldn't agree with you more," Netanyahu said.
Romney responded, "Your perspectives with regard to Iran and its effort to become a nuclear-capable nation are ones that I take with great seriousness."
Keinon says Israelis don't know much about Romney, but they're hoping the next American president will have a heart connection to Israel like former presidents Clinton and Bush did.
"They want a president who not only sees Israel as an ally, like Taiwan and New Zealand, but actually has something special in his kishkes (guts), has a certain soft feeling in his heart for Israel," Keinon said. "Many Israelis, I don't think, have been convinced that Obama has that."
July 23, 2012 - JERUSALEM, Israel -- Last week's terror attack in Bulgaria, which killed five Israelis and injured 36, convinced the Israeli government to launch a counter-offensive against Hezbollah, the Lebanese-based terror group, funded, armed and trained by Iran.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appeared on Fox News Sunday and CBN's Face the Nation Sunday morning, saying Israel has concrete information that Hezbollah was behind last Wednesday's bombing in Burgas, Bulgaria.
"I know, based on absolutely rock solid intelligence, that this is Hezbollah and this is something that Iran knows very, very well," Netanyahu said.
Netanyahu also said he thinks Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime will fall and he's most concerned about what will happen to Syria's chemical weapons stockpile, as well as its rocket and missile cache, if there's no government in Damascus.
"Can you imagine Hezbollah, the people who are conducting with Iran all these terror attacks around the world -- can you imagine that they would have chemical weapons?" Netanyahu told Fox News Sunday. "It's is like al Qaeda having chemical weapons. It's something that is not acceptable to us and not acceptable to the United States and to any peaceable country in the world."
Netanyahu declined to answer a question on American politics, but said he would receive presumptive GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney when he comes to Israel next week, as he did when then presidential hopeful Barack Obama was campaigning four years ago.
He also expressed condolences to Americans on the massacre that took place in Aurora, Colorado, where the new Batman movie was being shown. Netanyahu said if anyone can empathize with Americans, it's the Israelis.
Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman left for Brussels Monday where he hopes to convince E.U. member states to add Hezbollah to their lists of terrorist organizations.
The foreign minister also plans to ask his European counterparts to tighten security at airports and at Israeli and Jewish facilities after last week's terror attack in Bulgaria.
Lieberman also hopes to strengthen Israeli-E.U. tourism and trade ties and discuss the impact of bilateral issues on the Middle East.
Last week's attack at the Black Sea resort of Burgas is the latest in many thwarted attempts by the Lebanese-based terror group. Lieberman wants European countries to understand that Hezbollah is behind the lack of quiet and stability in the Middle East and relate to the terror group accordingly.
July 20, 2012 - A top-selling new book examines one of President Obama's mentors, who happened to be a card-carrying communist and was listed on the FBI's "Security Index" during the Cold War with the Soviet Union.
The book is called, The Communist, Frank Marshall Davis: The Untold Story of Barack Obama's Mentor.
Author Paul Kengor explained to CBN News that even though many people don't recognize his name, Davis played an important role in Obama's upbringing.
"The grandfather, Stanley Dunham actually was searching for a black male father figure, mentor for his grandson, because Obama didn't have one because of his biological father. And so, of all people, Stanley Dunham picked Frank Marshall Davis," Kengor said.
"I found Davis just constantly bashing General Motors, bashing Wall Street, bashing the rich and millionaires and Republican tax cuts, favoring redistribution of wealth to public works projects to get America out of a great depression," Kengor explained.
"Calling for taxpayer funding of universal health care - all kind of things that just sound hauntingly familiar to what Obama has said or done as president today," he said.
Kengor said he is not suggesting President Obama is a communist. He's simply offering a portrait of a man Obama has referenced as having an influence on his life.
July 19, 2012 - WASHINGTON -- Coptic Christians make up the largest Christian community in the Middle East, which also makes them sitting targets for violence and discrimination.
As Egypt moves toward "democratic reforms," the situation is deteriorating for the Coptic church, especially Christian women.
Last year's protests in Cairo's Tahrir Square inspired hopes for freedom. But one year later, "freedom" seems even more distant for Egypt's Coptic Christians who've seen their churches burned and community abused.
"I kept asking myself, 'What if this man hadn't saved me. Where would I be now?'" a Coptic Christian going by the name "Ann" said at a hearing in Washington, Wednesday.
Ann is seeking asylum in the United States and recently testified to a congressional committee from behind a wall to conceal her identity and protect her family in Egypt.
She recounted how a man tried to kidnap her last year.
"I was screaming. I didn't know what he wanted. I had no idea why he was doing this," she recalled.
Ann managed to escape. But many victims aren't that fortunate.
According to a new Christian Solidarity International report (http://csi-usa.org/TellMyMotherIMissHer.pdf), the number of disappearances and abductions among Coptic women is on the rise, all with the goal of converting the women to Islam.
"I don't care who's in the White House, Democrat or Republican. When women are being abused, when anybody's human rights are being abused, there just should be no partisanship," Rep. Chris Smith, R-N.J., said.
Smith hosted the hearing in Washington to highlight the report -- titled "Tell My Mother I Miss Her" -- and pressure the U.S. government to do more.
"It's a war of attrition against the Christians, using the women as scapegoats," explained Michele Clark, a Chrisian Solidarity International boad member and co-author of the report.
Clark added that while most cases include kidnapping, abuse, and forced marriages, some radicals also use the lure of love and romance.
"They go and make the girls fall in love with them," she said. "He gets one; she's married off, goes out recruits another. He gets her, goes out, recruits another. The same name is recited in five separate police reports."
Some experts believe the abductions are part of a wider campaign to impose an Islamist agenda.
"The practices of abducting, torturing, and forcing conversions on Coptic women or any element of society is a terrorist act," Middle East expert Walid Phares said.
The number of asylum petitions has also skyrocketed. The U.S. is granting more requests to victims like Ann, who said she's grateful but also can't help but feel a tinge of guilt.
"Until today when I think about it, I thank God that I was saved," Ann said. "But then I think about the others that weren't saved. What happened to them?"
Urge U.S. leaders to act on behalf of persecuted Christians in the Middle East. Sign the Christian Solidarity International petition here (http://campaigns.csi-usa.org/index.php?id=1Obama).