VIDEO. An interview with Brigitte Gabriel who is motivated to exposing the Islamic threat.
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After the tragedy of September 11th, 2001 Ms. Gabriel founded American Congress for Truth.org a non profit organization dedicated to educating millions of uninformed Americans about the threat of radical Islam to world peace and national security. About ACT! for America
Fitna is a 2008 short film by Geert Wilders that explores Qur'anic motivations for terrorism, Islamic universalism, and Islam in the Netherlands.
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The film's title comes from the Arabic word fitna which is used to describe "disagreement and division among people", or a "test of faith in times of trial". It is the subject of an international controversy and debate on the limits of free speech.
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AUDIO. An interview with Brigitte Gabriel who is motivated to exposing the Islamic threat. After the tragedy of September 11th, 2001 Ms. Gabriel founded American Congress for Truth.org a non profit organization dedicated to educating millions of uninformed Americans about the threat of radical Islam to world peace and national security.
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And here is an English translation of the interview:
ANNIKA: Fundamentalist Islam claims to find its roots in the Koran, therefore the holy book itself could be said to harbor directives irreconcilable with democratic values, the first amendment, equal rights for men and women, and the judicial system. Do you perceive this as correct?
Thank you for the opportunity to come here today – thank you to Mr. Roy Brown for initiating this conference.
Ladies and gentlemen, let me start by saying:
As part of my current European lectures and briefings tour in Europe which began this week at the European Parliament in Brussels I presented a lecture to the Center for International Security in Prague on the war of ideas and global strategies of the Jihadist movements and regimes.
I will be reporting on this tour in the near future. Following is an interview with the editor of the news center at (the US-funded) Radio Free Europe based in Prague based on a discussion centered on the ideological confrontation with the Jihadi forces worldwide. The exchanged was edited and sent to news desks in several languages to be broadcast. Below, find the interview and the link to the site.
MARK COLVIN: When news of the arrests hit the airwaves back in 2005, the Islamic Council of Victoria said it feared a backlash.
The following is an exchange between author William Blum and Frontpage's Managing editor Ben Johnson, the co-author (with David Horowitz) of Party of Defeat.
From the late 1970s through much of the 1980s, Afghanistan had a government that was secular and relatively progressive, allowing women equal rights, including Western dress. And what happened to this government that stands so sharply in contrast to what followed in the next two decades? Why, the United States overthrew it, a process initiated by Jimmy Carter and completed by Ronald Reagan. David Horowitz and Ben Johnson mention none of this. All they know is that the Russian bad guys invaded Afghanistan, and that subsequently various bad-guy Democratic administrations in the US were soft on the "Islamofascists" created there, the same guys Reagan called "freedom fighters".
Is Islamism (also known as fundamentalist Islam) waxing or waning? Does it present a dangerous form of radical utopianism or a force for democracy? To explore these and other issues, the Middle East Quarterly assembled four leading American experts.
Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Brigitte Gabriel, who started her career as an anchor for World News, an evening Arabic news program in the Middle East. As a terrorism expert and the founder of the nonprofit organization ACT! for America, Brigitte Gabriel travels widely and speaks regularly on topics related to the Middle East.
BRUSSELS: The leader of the Irish No campaign, Daclan Ganley, has renewed calls for an EU-wide referendum on the Lisbon Treaty, as Irish media reported parts of the pact may be ratified by the Irish parliament instead.
Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Mohammad Asghar, an ex-Muslim who came out of Islam after discovering its true teachings. Together with studying the Qur’an for over twenty-five years, he has also been writing his commentary on its verses - an endeavor, he hopes, that will help non-Muslim leaders, as well as ordinary citizens, understand the true messages they convey to Muslims.
Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Gregory Ross, the Director of Communications for Clarion Fund. Their mission is to educate America about the threat of radical Islam. They do this through their films, websites and on-campus college programs.
Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Report: An Egyptian blogger (SM) has conducted an interview with Mohammed Habib, the deputy leader of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, in which he confirms the existence of the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood and that there is a “relationship” between the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Egyptian Brotherhood. According to the interview: