Video: Ezra Levant and Pamela Geller on the Aqsa Parvez Memorial and the Freedom From Jihad Flotilla
Two great freedom fighters discuss this initiative, and this one.
Iran threatens 'serious action' over BBC plans to screen documentary series on Muslim prophet Muhammad
LatmaTV 7 July 2011
After its international hit We Con the World, Latma, Israel's premier satire website brings you The Audacity of Dopes Band singing "Guns, Guns" Guns" in honor of this year's attempted flotilla to Hamastan in Gaza
American Thinker 7 July 2011
By Andrew G. Bostom
The Islamic world has shown again that it cannot tolerate free speech regarding Islam and its prophet. Bat Ye'or has appositely characterized Geert Wilder's recent acquittal as a "Copernican revolution," achieved by a solitary "unarmed man, constantly threatened by death and whose only defense was his courageous and unbending commitment to say the truth."
Right Side News 7 July 2011
By Phyllis Chesler
There they all stand, guilty as sin, Afghan Taliban terrorists disguised in women’s burqas—but exposed when they were captured by the Afghan Border Police. Their photo (or rather photos) were taken by an Afghan photographer somewhere near Jalalabad and have just been seen worldwide.
Research on Muslims in Danish schools: Extremely low intellectual skills, undisciplined, disrespectful, unambitious parents
Jihad Watch 7 July 2011
By Nicolai Sennels
I am currently working as a school psychologist, and below I will try to decipher the latest school report on immigrant students in Denmark. In Denmark, we use "bilingual" as a word for immigrant student -- and according to the report, by far most of these students are Turks, Pakistanis, Arabs and Serbs/Croatians. While Serbs and Croatians perform normally, the Muslim students perform very poorly. Below the chart are some of the salient facts.
Suite101.com 7 July 2011
By Jen L. Jones
Geert Wilders, leader of the Dutch Freedom Party, is calling on the government of the Netherlands to reject the Organization of Islamic Cooperation’s attempt to control free speech there. On July 6, 2011, Wilders prepared a list of seven questions for Parliament in response to the OICs recent statement urging the Dutch government to act to suppress Wilders speech because it is anti-Islamic.
Wilders was acquitted on June 23, 2011, on all charges of hate-speech and inciting discrimination against Muslims by a Dutch court. The decision was seen as a landmark decision supporting the right to freedom of speech.