Political Islam 6 May 2011
By Bill Warner
The most difficult thing to understand about Islam is discerning the mixed message we keep hearing. The government, media and professors talk about a wonderful Islam that is a blessing to humanity and America, in particular. This Islam is so wonderful that anyone who resists it is a bigot, a hater, an Islamophobe. But there is another Islam that lurks in the background—violence, rape, lies, deception, and ever increasing Muslim immigration.
Gates of Vienna 6 May 2011
At Gates of Vienna we often discuss a phenomenon which is described here sardonically as "cultural enrichment”. The term is an ironic euphemism, employed partially as camouflage, since the phrase is overwhelmingly used in the media as a positive descriptor of the mixing of ethnicities driven by the ideological imperatives of Multiculturalism.
Radical Muslim gang 'used stall at Longsight market to recruit young British men for Jihad in Afghanistan', court told
Even years after the Sept. 11 attacks, neither al-Qaida nor international Islamist terrorism have disappeared. To the contrary: Lone terrorists and small groups, inspired by bin Laden's network, continue to strike.
'Fight, kill and die': Four Muslims tried to recruit undercover police as part of holy war, court hears
Diana West 5 May 2011
By Diana West
Separated at birth?
I've had a sneaking suspicion that the Obama White House would ultimately nix the release of Dead Bin Laden, and here it comes, the prepatory rumblings: Gates and Hillary, ABC's Jake Tapper reports (via Drudge) are arguing against release. This tagteam pushback, Tapper writes with soothing gentility, is due to "concerns at the Pentagon and State Department that releasing a photograph could prompt a backlash against the US for killing bin Laden where one does not seem to currently exist."