freedom2worship.org 8 December 2011
Remembering the victims of the Apostasy Law on the 10th of December, the International Day of Human Rights.
Time: 3-6:00 pm
Location: Downtown Stockholm
Politically Incorrect 8 December 2011
By Michael Stürzenberger
Necla Kelek has joined in with the debate on Welt Online regarding the study about forced marriages in Germany with her article "When scholars deny the fatal role of Islam.” She takes up clear party with Minister of Families Kristina Schröder who actually dared to draw the right conclusions from the bare numbers: Islam is the problem. Women in every islamic country could confirm this if someone would ask them and if they could speak freely without fear of repercussions from their male family members, not to mention the deep-seated fear of Allah’s vengeance what will cast them into islamic hell with draconian methods of torture.
FrontPage Magazine 8 December 2011
By David Meir-Levi
The freedom-loving humanitarians who profess to defend the egalitarian values that are the cornerstone of civil society in the West are usually strong proponents of the rights enshrined in the UN’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights, including:
Family Security Matters 8 December 2011
By Charles Jacobs, Ilya Feoktistov
It might have been just some local government scandal: A shuttered public school sold in a no-bid contract to a private buyer after officials told other interested buyers the building was not up for sale; residents up in arms and suing. ... Nasty, but it could happen almost anywhere.
How to Eliminate Israel from the Planet: Iran promotes genocidal book by Muslim seminarians, published by Ministry of Islamic...
Ontario: Cartoon on mosque door has Muslims "stressed and fearful," prompts hate crime investigation
Academic Study Finds Reuters Middle East Coverage Tainted by Propaganda, Violates Company Principles
The horrific moment suicide bombers at Afghan shrine killed 59 people celebrating religious festival
Gates of Vienna 7 December 2011
By Paul Weston
Paul Weston’s latest essay concerns the two-tier system of justice in the United Kingdom, as evidenced by the slap on the wrist given to a gang of Muslim girls for viciously assaulting an indigenous English girl.
One Rule for Them, One Rule for Us
by Paul Weston
Someone holding governmental authority badly needs to tell the British public why there appears to be one rule for them, and one rule for us, when it comes to racially aggravated crime and murder.
FrontPage Magazine 7 December 2011
By Bruce Bawer
If you want a pretty good example of just why multiculturalism is so poisonous, here’s one for you.
I live in Norway. Here, as elsewhere in Europe, there reside innumerable immigrants from the Muslim world who despise Western values, reject sexual equality, and affirm primitive patriarchal codes and concepts of "honor” that condemn people (mostly females) to death for infractions that neither you nor I would even recognize as infractions. Nonetheless these individuals enjoy Norwegian residency, and in some cases Norwegian citizenship, which some of them were granted because they claimed asylum (most likely on specious grounds, as demonstrated by the fact that many, if not most, of them return regularly to the countries from which they supposedly "fled”), and which others were granted because they married Norwegian residents (usually their own cousins, whom they married for no other reason than to acquire Western residency).
Gates of Vienna 7 December 2011
Note from the Baron:
A full-court press by the Norwegian media is currently underway to assign Fjordman at least partial responsibility for the Oslo massacre. This process is not limited to Norway: it is going on simultaneously in other countries, including Sweden and the Netherlands.
Please publicize what is described here in as many languages as possible. This must become common knowledge far beyond the borders of Norway.