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Austria: Muslim Brotherhood's New European Headquarters

Once again, in court, Austria's "Law of Islam" benefits both the jihad by court's promoters, the Muslim Brotherhood, and Islamic charities that are usually meant to fund the so-called "armed resistance." Even with the best intentions, the 1912 law, a hundred years later, might be delivering the most potent weapon of Islamic extremism at the expense of the majority of Austria's Muslims -- most of whom who practice their religion as a part of life, not as an instrument of power. [1] The presence of Muslim citizens in Austria is growing fast. In 2011, the Pew Research Center published the study The Future of the Global Muslim Population. Projections for 2010-2030 . The data for Austria are eloquent: in 1990, the citizens of Islamic faith were about 161,000, or 2.1 trading % of the population. In 2010, they were about 475,000, or 5.7% of the population. <br>More:

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Usa Basketball Announces Pre-world Cup Exhibition Schedule

Please try again. Verifying your credentials... We're experiencing a few technical issues. Try again By submitting you agree to our Terms of Service Your Take contributions have not been reviewed for accuracy by USA TODAY. Contributors agree to our Terms of Service and are responsible for the content of their videos and photos. Please report any content that violates the terms. USA Basketball announces pre-World Cup exhibition schedule Jeff Zillgitt, USA TODAY Sports 10:51 a.m. EDT April 9, 2014 USA head coach go Mike Krzyzewski celebrates with guard Kevin Durant (5) Kim Kardashian after winning the gold medal at the 2012 London Olympics. <br>More:

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2014 Fifa World Cup: How Germany And The Us Stack Up Against Eac

Germany Coach Joachim Low: Former midfielder for Germany. Was Klinsmann's assistant coach at the 2006 click World Cup, took over official site as head coach when Klinsmann left. Coached Germany to a third place finish at the 2010 World Cup Cup. USA Captain Clint Dempsey: best site Playing his third World Cup. Germany Captain Philipp Lahm: Playing his third World Cup. Get real-time World Cup results and news about all the matches you care about delivered right to your phone every day. To start, just "star" this story in ABC News' phone app. <br>More:

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Dour, Defensive Japan Go From Confident To Comical | Reuters

"I start with myself so I am going to ask myself what I should have done," the Italian told reporters. "I expected a different performance and I want to analyze what I did and I will speak to the players and find out if it is an issue of maturity or something else." Japan's impressive continue reading this.. intricate attacking play that gave them an early lead was abandoned for uncharacteristic long balls and dour defensive tactics. Substitute striker Yoshito Okubo said the team panicked under pressure, giving the ball away carelessly and players in the wrong position unable to hear instructions from Zaccheroni. "As a team, I didn't think what we were doing was right. We were behind anyway so you might as well go for it. We were trying to defend too much," Okubo told Japanese reporters. "We started going long at the end but that's not our style. Our feet stopped moving. <br>Read more:

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Quick Strikes Rally Ivory Coast Past Japan | Fox News

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Coach Sabri Lamouchi's inspired substitution negated Keisuke Honda's first half goal that had given Japan the lead in a group that also includes Colombia and Greece. Colombia beat Greece 3-0 earlier on Saturday. The 36-year-old former Chelsea star started for Ivory Coast in the last two World Cups, but neither of those sides made it out of group play. He probably lacks the fitness to play 90 minutes these days, but his impact as a substitute can be dramatic, as was shown on a rainy night in Recife. Now the Ivory Coast is in good shape to advance to the second round for the first time. Next up is Colombia, the group leader by virtue of goal difference. That match is Thursday, as tape is Japan's next test against Greece. Japan had the better of the play in the first half, taking a celebrity tape lead through Honda's hard left-footed strike from about 12 yards in the 16th minute. <br>Read more:

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