- Well-funded jihadists are overthrowing the Muslim authorities in Bosnia. The Sunday Times blames "Saudis" but is not clear on whether the Saudi government or individual donors are most responsible. Those with long memories might recall that many mosques in Bosnia had already been taken over by the Iranians to promote jihad in the early 1990s.
- The United States officially rejects Britain's hundreds-years-old claim to the Falkland Islands.
- U.S. newscaster Rachel Maddow notes that much of what Republicans are standing for is complete fabrication.
- Two remaining members of the Saïd Buryatsky's jihad organization launched a suicide attack on Moscow's subways, killing 38.
- The Taliban is training children of middle school age and younger to be suicide bombers.
- U.S. Senators John McCain and Joe Lieberman have proposed granting the Defense Secretary and Attorney General the authority to jail anyone permanently without a trial.
- Azerbaijan has accused eight people of planning a jihad attack against a kindergarten.
- Four politicians in Iraq's secularist party have been charged with involvement in terrorism, but the charges may be politically motivated.
- The Christian militia Hutaree in Michigan has been accused of planning to assassinate an unnamed "law enforcement official".
- The Sunday Times is among the first mainstream sources to report on the long history of anti-Israel partisanship by the top executives of the Middle East division of Human Rights Watch but buries the story on the fourth page.
- In Toronto, government-funded "anti-war" "peace activists" shouted
"We love jihad! We love killing you!" and threw pennies at Jews protesting
- Related: The Jewish protest was organized by the Jewish Defense League which is itself a right-wing terrorist organization.
- The U.S. government under the Bush Administration refused to enforce laws against Pfizer because it would be too damaging to the corporation's profits.
- The Seychelles Islands are actively fighting piracy off the Somalian coast, while British ships are on patrol but under orders to do nothing about it.
- A three-judge panel of the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals found no fault in the police tasering a woman resisting an unlawful arrest. The judges in the majority were Cynthia Holcomb Hall and Diarmuid F. O'Scannlain, both appointed by Ronald Reagan.
- Police in Needham, Massachusetts have filed criminal charges against a thirteen-year-old boy for owning a pocketknife.
- U.S. ambassador nominee Robert Ford fails to see how Syrian-armed and Syrian-funded instability in the Middle East serves Syrian interests.
- Meryl Yourish notes Obama's diplomatic failures in the Middle East.
- South Asian human rights groups are accusing Amnesty International secretary Claudio Cordone of officially endorsing "defensive" jihad. This accusation has no confirmation but the terminology is notable because to the jihadists, almost any jihad can be justified as "defensive" jihad.
- Bret Stephens of the Wall Street Journal notes the influence of Sayyid Qutb's
xenophobia in the Muslim right.
- Related: The Power of Nightmares.
- U.S. Congressman Hank Johnson opposes basing additional U.S. soldiers in Guam because their weight might cause the island to "tip over and capsize".