THE push to introduce sharia law into Australia by the country's peak Muslim body is a vindication of Liberal Senator Cory Bernardi, who was vilified last year for warning of the creeping infiltration of the Islamic legal system.
Geert Wilders spoke on Ezra Levant's Sun News show 'The Source,' Monday May 9th, 2011.
Video: "Colonel Robert Neville” Addresses The Australian Defence League (ADL) Demonstration In Melbourne On 15 May 2011
Colonel Robert Neville gives an excellent speech at the Counterjihad event in Melbourne, Australia on 15 May 2011. He addresses the central left wing tactic of name calling and avoidance of debating the actual issues.
Arrest of two Florida imams focuses attention again on U.S. mosques; community leader says mosques are combatting extremism
ODENSE, Denmark -- In Denmark, at least 4 percent of the country's population claims to be of the Muslim faith. Now, one former Muslim is sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ with them. But it's not without a price.
Tennessee Freedom Coalition 15 May 2011
Exposing radical Islamist preachers in Nashville, TN who were accepted by the city leadership and the media as "moderates," indoctrinating Vanderbilt University students and Nashville mosque members with extremist anti-American views.
David Horowitz's NewsReal Blog 17 May 2011
By Christine Williams
"In the process of fighting for freedom, I lost my own freedom,” Dutch politician Geert Wilders explained.
Our weekly Canadian program, "On the Front Line,” was one of the media outlets carefully selected to interview Wilders during his first visit to Canada last week. For several years, public and private discourse has centered around the sensationalism of Wilders’ epic battle against the Islamization of the West. But this interview (still to be aired) revealed some of Wilders’ less publicized views on moderate Islam and the personal cost of his quest.
Gates of Vienna 17 May 2011
Notwithstanding the traffic ticket*, my three days in Tennessee left me with a decisively favorable view of the Volunteer State. I saw a lot of majestic scenery during the long ride across the state, but my close-up view began after I arrived at Wednesday evening’s event in the suburbs of Nashville. That’s when I had the chance to meet and mingle with some of the dedicated anti-jihad activists who are resisting the Islamization of their state.
AINA (press release) 17 May 2011
By Jamie Glazov
Frontpage Interview's guest today is Ida Lichter, an Australian psychiatrist who was based in London for many years. She became interested in the Muslim women’s reform movement after the events of 9/11, and while she lived in a part of London characterized by a large migrant population and increasing Islamization. She is the author of Muslim Women Reformers: Inspiring Voices Against Oppression.
FP: Ida Lichter, welcome to Frontpage Interview.
France is well known for its cuisine, as it plays a major role in their culture. So imagine the shock and anger of the French when a popular burger chain withdrew all pork products from its establishments.