Canada Free Press 2 February 2012
By Daniel Greenfield
If you were to suggest in a public forum that just possibly Israel’s failure to reach a peace agreement with a terrorist organization, run by kleptomaniacs and homicidal maniacs, which still continues to applaud the murder of Israeli children, might possibly be due to the terrorists and not because of Israel, then, according to the consensus of the left, you are an Israel Firster.
Students of Montclair State's LGBT community gathered Wednesday after three incidents of threatening messages against gays on campus. Last Thursday, a slur was scrawled on the wall of the LGBT office. On Friday, a note was passed under the office door. And on Monday, a message was written on a bathroom wall saying that on February 7, gays "will die."
Jerusalem Post 2 February 2012
By ISI LEIBLER
We are told, day after day, that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas is a genuine moderate committed to achieving a peace settlement with Israel. In addition to the international community, even some Israelis – admittedly a dwindling minority – also chant this mantra.
EuropeNews 01 February 2012
By Henrik R. Clausen
It would seem appropriate to praise the leaders of the European Union to finally have found a solution to the financial crisis by means of the new EU fiscal pact, or Treaty. As EU President Herman van Rompuy puts it:
A treaty at 25 is quite an achievement, given that the eurozone itself comprises of only 17 members.
Stonegate Institute 1 February 2012
By Henry Jackson Society
The London School of Economics [LSE] Student Union has passed a mtion effectivly making it impossible for students on campus to criticize Islam. The LSE has arecently been embroiled in another scandal on campus - notably the shutting down of a union-affiliated "Atheist, Humanist and Secularist Society" for the posting of a cartoon entitled "Jesus and Mo." The cartoon depicts Jesus and the Prophet Muhammed having a drink together in a pub and is a regular cartoon shared within the atheist community.
Contact: Raheem Kassam, director, Student Rights - 07872833322, email@example.com
Human Events 1 February 2012
By Robert Spencer
The mainstream media, led by the New York Times, and the Islamic supremacist Hamas-linked hate group the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) are doing all they can to whip up a frenzy about the NYPD’s showing of a relatively tepid but accurate counter-terror film, The Third Jihad, to police officers.
Lost in the hysteria is the question of whether there is anything inaccurate or false in the film – yet those who are demanding apologies and reeducation from the NYPD have demonstrated not one inaccuracy in it. No one who is protesting against this film is going beyond the claim that it is "Islamophobic.”