Jihad Watch 19 April 2012
By Robert Spencer
What? Not that hateful mass-murdering wannabe Spencer? "Norway killer Anders Behring Breivik trial: day two live," from the Telegraph, April 18 (thanks to Anne Crockett):
ISTANBUL, Turkey -- On April 18, 2007, three Christians were bound to their chairs, tortured, and stabbed repeatedly at a Bible print shop in Malatya -- their throats slit. Five years have now passed since the Malatya murders, an incident that was perhaps the most tragic and brutal murder of Christians in modern-day Turkey.
TruthDive 19 April 2012
By Kanchana Devi
Oslo: Anders Behring Breivik, the extremist who was behind Norway massacres said on Tuesday that al-Qaeda was the inspiration to him and added that he desires to repeat the killings if it could be possible for him.
Breivik told these words on the 2nd day of trial. He said he has killed 77 people in the twin attacks and they were pointed at preserving "ethnic Norwegians culture and indigenous people” on rising multiculturalism.
Family Security Matters 19 April 2012
By Victor Sharpe
In Rolf Hochuth’s play, The Representative, there is a line in Act 1, Scene 1, which goes as follows: "Cursed are the peacemakers.”
Islam Watch 19 April 2012
By Jake Neuman
Racism is one of the greatest criminal acts practiced by man against man. And Islam is the most racist, bigoted, discriminatory ideology ever created by man.
Racism is the belief that inherent different traits in human racial groups justify discrimination. It is applied especially to the practice or advocacy of racial discrimination of a pernicious nature (i.e. which harms particular groups of people). Modern usage often equates "racism" and "racial discrimination" and defines the latter term only as applying to pernicious practices.
Citizen Warrior 19 April 2012
IN AN ARTICLE in the Huffington Post, Nancy Graham Holm wrote one of the most idiotic articles I've seen in awhile, and she did it with an appalling degree of arrogance. The article is entitled, Three Questions to Ask Geert Wilders About Anti-Islam Hate Speech. Her point is that when Geert Wilders talks about Islam, he only causes problems and doesn't help anything.
NORWALK, Conn. -- A meeting was held Wednesday night to discuss a mosque that may be headed to one Norwalk neighborhood. Folks who live nearby oppose it, but say it has nothing to do with religion.
CBN News 18 April 2012
By Erick Stakelbeck
On this week's episode of the Stakelbeck on Terror show, we examine the Muslim Brotherhood's alarming recent strides in the United States—including a visit by a Brotherhood delegation to the White House to meet with Obama administration officials. We also show how radical, Brotherhood-linked American groups like the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) are benefiting from the group's newfound "mainstream" status.