Euroislam.pl 28 September 2012
By Jan Wójcik
Ban Ki-moon should leave his position as a Secretary-General of the United Nations. His comments concerning freedom of speech show that he simply does not understand underlying concepts of that freedom. Thus he is not able to fulfill part of UN's mission stated in article 1 point 3 of the UN Charter:
Answering Muslims 28 September 2012
Ahmadinejad has been perfectly clear about his intentions for the West. Now, on the verge of attaining nuclear capacity, Iran will only need one small nuclear bomb to wipe out the entire power grid of the United States of America.
How much do you know about the greatest threat to Western civilization, today? Watch now. Knowledge is power. Arm yourselves.
DISPATCH INTERNATIONAL 28 September 2012
By Diana West
WASHINGTON, DC. When I read that Tariq Ramadan would be speaking at a local bookstore in Washington, DC on September 11, the juxtaposition gave me a jolt. Was Ramadan – the world-famous and Left-celebrated Muslim "intellectual” banned from France for six months in the 1990s for alleged terror ties, and later from the US for six years (2004-2010) for reasons said to include charitable donations to HAMAS – really an appropriate choice for this darkest of anniversaries? But there was something intriguing about the prospect. What message would this scion of the Muslim Brotherhood deliver to the largely liberal upper middle class masses who would throng the bookstore to hear him?
Gates of Vienna 28 September 2012
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Family Security Matters 28 September 2012
By DANIEL GREENFIELD
Responding to the Sydney Mohammed riots featuring bloodied police officers and Muslim children holding beheading signs, Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard said, "What we saw in Sydney on the weekend wasn't multiculturalism but extremism."