This video of topless Europe-based Iranian women is making the rounds. They say in the video that their nudity "is a 'no' to political Islam." The video is indeed provocative. But it's unclear how the video or "purchas[ing] a copy of the Nude Photo Revolutionary Calendar" would actually "go towards supporting women's rights and free expression," as the clip states.
Citizen Warrior 7 March 2012
I DON'T KNOW HOW she did it, but Ali has an article in the February 13 issue of Newsweek. Not only that, but it's the cover story! The cover says simply, "The War on Christians." The name of the article is this gem: "The Rise of Christophobia."
She makes some great points in the article, including an admonition to pay attention to the differences in "intolerance." The "intolerance" in the West comes in the form of cartoons, films, and writings. The intolerance against Christians in the Muslim world is expressed with knives, guns, and grenades.
Galesburg 7 March 2012
By DIANA WEST
Six U.S. military men have been murdered by Afghan security forces seized by what may be labeled Quran-Burning Rage.
These murders are an outrage in and of themselves, but it's crucial we don't see them as isolated. They fit into a pattern that above all spreads "dhimmitude," the submissive state of Christians and Jews (known under Islam as the "dhimmi") in thrall to Islamic law.
PJ Media 7 March 2012
By Phyllis Chesler
Mention terrorism and Islam in the same breath and instant accusations of "Islamophobia” and "racism” are sure to follow.
Ever since 9/11, when 19 Arab-Muslims hijacked three airplanes in the name of Islam to murder 3,000 civilians in New York and Washington, D.C., Americans have been told that Muslims are really the victims and that we must consult with Muslim groups such as the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) or the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) to be further enlightened.
Family Security Matters 7 March 2012
By Daniel Greenfield
What does a Koran cost? You can get a full color one for the Kindle for only 99 cents, just don't expect it to feature any pictures of old Mo. If you want to go deluxe, you can get a hardcover edition that runs three different translations side by side for around 40 bucks. But if you want to be more practical about it, the price of a Koran is the lives of six American soldiers.