Ekstrabladet 17 September 2012
By Camilla Cornelius, Jesper Hjorth, Magnus Bjerg
Translated by Nicoali Sennels
Less that two weeks after Muslim extremists mocked injured soldiers and family and friends of soldiers killed in Afghanistan, violence erupts at a demonstration in front of the US embassy with its flag on half mast in Copenhagen. Scenes from the Arab Spring has reached Denmark. The leader of the demonstration urged the participants not to use violence, because ' it will be used by our opponents' - not because violence is illegal according to secular laws...:
American Thinker 17 September 2012
By James Arlandson
Islam is not the religion of peace. The following sixteen reasons, all sourced from the original sacred documents (the Quran and Traditions), classical law, and history, tell us why.
Islam Watch 17 September 2012
By Babu Suseelan
One can rarely understand the great triumph that can be achieved through freedom and liberty. The case of America is the finest example of this. In our freedom documents (Constitution), we can see secularism, pluralism, recognition of the age-old yearnings of men for liberty and dignity, a set of guarantee for the protection of individual rights against abuse and the reservation in the people of the ultimate power to their form of government by democratic procedures.
Diana West 17 September 2012
By Diana West
In this address (click "Read More" if you don't see it), the excellent Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MI) makes the crucial, overlooked connections between Islamic sharia speech restrictions -- as systemically promoted by the Islamic bloc countries of the OIC and the Obama administration -- and how the violence across the Middle East this week fits into the OIC-Obama-Clinton strategy to enforce sharia speech restrictions even on Americans, despite our First Amendment rights.
British Freedom 17 September 2012
By James Castle
British Freedom’s Stephen Lennon has received the prestigious Oriana Fallaci Memorial Award for his services in standing up for freedom in the steps of Oriana. Mr Lennon has spent this weekend in Florence and he spoke at the Oriana Fallaci Memorial Conference that was held in the city before receiving his award.
The conference which takes place annually is organised by the Italian pro-freedom organisation Una Via Per Oriana. Human rights activists from across the world were present at the event. Stephen Lennon has been a persistent human rights advocate, standing up against the bullies who want to inflict sharia compliance on our countries against the will of their populations.
Toledo Blade 17 September 2012
SAN FRANCISCO — For Google last week, the decision was clear. An anti-Islamic video that provoked violence worldwide was not hate speech under its rules because it did not specifically incite violence against Muslims, even if it mocked their faith.