Democracy collapses in Europe: EU cancels SIOA/SIOE free speech rally -- Freedom From Jihad Flotilla to launch on 9/11
Jihad Watch 29 June 2011
STRASBOURG, FRANCE, June 28: In a capitulation to Islamic supremacists and violent radical Leftists, French and European Union authorities have canceled a free speech rally planned by a coalition of American and European human rights organizations in Strasbourg, the seat of the European Parliament.
Citizen Warrior 29 June 2011
By Babs Barron
The verdict is in. Geert Wilders, after a three ring circus of a trial in Amsterdam in which he stood accused of anti-Islam hate speech because he called for the Koran to be banned because of the hate speech and incitement to violence in it, just as Mein Kampf is banned in Holland, he has finally been acquitted of the charges against him.
Gates of Vienna 29 June 2011
By Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff
Below is a brief report on some of the peripheral events that occurred during Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff’s recent visit to Washington D.C.
The “Non-Existent” Islamization of America
by Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff
As the Baron has been reporting for the past couple of days, he and I attended the ACT! For America National Conference in Washington DC. From June 22 through June 24.
United We Stand: First Transatlantic Anti-Islamization Conference Coming to France July 2 [event cancelled by french authorities
English Defence League 29 June 2011
The following event has now been cancelled by French authorities who apparently no longer control France. They 'cannot guarentee safety'. Does this mean that any counterjihad event in France is now impossible, because safety will never be 'guaranteed'. Many European countries are starting to sound like Mafia gangsters selling fire insurance. More on this story over at Atlas Shrugs.[/B][/I]
First Transatlantic Anti-Islamization Conference Coming to France July 2
Jihad Watch 29 June 2011
Note: This essay overlaps to some extent with my previous one, Edward Said and the Myth of Eurocentrism.
Orientalism by Edward W. Said (1935-2003), a Palestinian-American academic and political activist, was first published in 1978. It quickly became a very popular work among the left-wing intelligentsia in the Western world. It has been translated into many languages and republished in several editions. Over 30 years later it is still referred to with respect in many Multicultural and anti-European circles, which largely amounts to the same thing. In it, Said claims to examine Western scholarship of the “Orient,” specifically Arab and Islamic culture. There is very little about European attitudes towards China, Japan, Thailand or Vietnam there.
Family Security Matters 29 June 2011
Iranian media has identified a Hamas/U.K Muslim Brotherhood leader as the coordinator of the current Gaza flotilla. According to a report by Iranian Press TV:
The joke of 'secure Britain': Vile banned militant extremist strolls through Heathrow immigration as 200 Somalian criminals are
On this week's special edition of Stakelbeck on Terror Show, CBN News takes an in-depth look at the group many consider to be the world's most dangerous terrorist organization -- Hezbollah.
Hezbollah is a well-armed, well-trained terrorist army with backing from the Iranian regime.
You know what I always say: It never ends. The Cartoon Jihad of the Religion of Perpetual Outrage never ends. Our latest conflagration has Egyptian (of course) sharia-enforcers (dubbed "conservatives” by BBC dhimmis) in a frenzy over a Coptic Christian businessman’s tweet of what they consider a lewd photo. The offending photo was…a joke image of Disney’s Mickey and Minnie Mouse in Muslim garb. As usual, few Western media outlets have the balls to show the images, which have floated around the Internet for years (see Minnie in a niqab above).
Keith Ellison, one of two Muslim members of Congress, has drawn a Tea Party challenger who says she is running because she believes Ellison is a "radical Islamist." Lynne Torgerson wrote a post last week on the website of Tea Party Nation on the need to ban Shariah in the U.S., and her claim that Ellison sees Islamic law as supreme: