Danish Free Press Society 22 April 2009
A few years ago, the Danish Free Press Society was founded. This organisation aims at protecting freedom of speech. The Free Press Society has already organised several seminars and debates, with famous international guests, such as Dutch politician Geert Wilders, Islam-critical author Ibn Warraq and Danish Mohammed cartoonist Kurt Westergaard.
A few weeks ago news surfaced about the H1N1 influenza that was spreading from Mexico. This kind of influenza was known but largely ignored. It appeared to be a mosaic of a wild bird form of flue, a human type and a strain found in pigs.
International Humanist and Ethical Union 30 April 2009
By Sophie Erskine
The controversy of the Durban Review Conference has betrayed a new fear of freedom of expression
When he invited me to attend the Durban Review Conference (or “Durban II”), the 2009 United Nations World Conference against Racism held in Geneva this week, Roy Brown expressed the hope that “it doesn’t turn into a complete shambles.”
Right Side News 30 April 2009
By Geert Wilders
Freedom of expression is under attack. This is a theme I am addressing here in America this week as part of the Free Speech Summit being held in Florida under the sponsorship of the Florida Security Council. And it is clear that a serious discussion of the threats to our freedoms in the West cannot come too soon.
Beernsandwiches 30 April 2009
PARIS. The mostly Muslim Indian Ocean island of Mayotte has overwhelmingly voted to integrate fully with France, a move that will bring financial benefits to residents but also outlaw practices such as
British airline BMI apologized Thursday for deleting Israel from an electronic map that appears on its flights. Army Radio reported earlier that BMI's London-Tel Aviv flights, Israel and most of its cities weren't marked in order to avoid angering Muslim
Muslim cleric blames mosques for the 7/7 bombings, says multiculturalism is a disaster & would throw Islamic fanatics out
As a followup to yesterday's post, here's the Faith Fighter video game where you get to be a religious figure of your choice. Keep with it, eventually you'll get to fight Muhammad and kick his ass.
Suddenly, and in large part thanks to Barack Obama's recent European visit, America's attention has turned to Turkey, and its strategic position in U.S.-Middle East relations. During his visit, Obama took the opportunity
“To the Muslim world,” said Barack Obama in his Inaugural Address, “we seek a new way forward, based on mutual interest and mutual respect.” After 100 days, how’s that going? Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad summed