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FrontPage Magazine 14 December 2011
Listen to the Jamie Glazov Show that aired on Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2011 at 8-9 pm Pacific (11-12 pm EST) on Blog Talk Radio. This week’s guests were:
Daniel Pipes, the president of the Middle East Forum and Taube distinguished visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution of Stanford University. He has written twelve books, including Militant Islam Reaches America. Visit his website at DanielPipes.org.
American Thinker 14 December 2011
By Clare M. Lopez
As Secretary of State Hillary Clinton welcomes Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu to Washington this week, it is critical that Americans pay attention to what these two leaders intend to do. From 12 to 14 December 2011, working teams from the Department of State (DoS) and the OIC are going to discuss implementation mechanisms that could impose limits on freedom of speech and expression.
On this week's edition of the Stakelbeck on Terror show, CBN News analyzes the Muslim Brotherhood's recent success across the Middle East and North Africa, as well as the group's plans for global domination.
An Islamist group called for a Muslim lesbian author to be killed and invaded a discussion on Islam in Amsterdam last week. A December 8 debate, which included the Canadian Muslim lesbian author Irshad Manji and MP Tofik Dibi on a panel, was disrupted when extremists from the group Sharia4Belgium stormed the event, held at the De Balie theater in Amsterdam. The mob threw eggs and called for Manji’s neck to be broken.
EuropeNews 13 December 2011
By Nicolai Sennels
Thirteen non-Turkish Turkish Airlines pilots and even a Turkish Airlines safety consultant critizise the company as being dangerous to fly with because of incompetent Turkish pilots and because it does not follow safety procedures. The Danish news paper Politiken is in possession of internal reports mentioning a long list of mistakes made by Turkish Airlines pilots. "I would never let my wife and my children fly with Turkish Airlines," says one pilot. "It is a dangerous company." says another pilot.
Hudson New York 13 December 2011
By Soeren Kern
A mob of some 20 Islamists stormed a debate in Amsterdam that was featuring two Muslim liberals, the Canadian writer and Muslim feminist Irshad Manji and the Dutch-Moroccan Green Left MP Tofik Dibi.
Muslim extremists belonging to the group Sharia4Belgium, which seeks to establish Islamic Sharia law across Europe, yelled "Allahu Akbar" ("Allah is Greater") and threatened to break Manji's neck. Waving an Islamist jihadist flag, they then demanded that Manji and Dibi be executed for apostasy.
Citizen Warrior 13 December 2011
Malise Ruthven's book, A Fury for God: The Islamist Attack on America, seeks to understand the forces behind Islam's relentless encroachment. It is a difficult book to read, and yet parts of it clarified and illuminated Islam's prime directive better than anything I've ever read. And A Fury for God: The Islamist Attack on America is one of the very few books I've read that has no obvious ax to grind. Below are some selected quotes from the book:
As almost every account of Islam will explain, the word Islam (self-surrender) derives from the same root as salam (peace). In its self-definition Islam is primarily a "religion of peace." The problem consists not in the idea of peace as a good, but in the means deployed to achieve it. In the Quranic discourse, as in the legal formulations derived from the Quran and the Prophet's traditions, the very notion of peace is conditional on the acknowledgment of the Islamic idea of God.