Eticha 24 March 2010
By Hans Erling Jensen
A new chapter opens in the ongoing ”Jihad of Apologies”, where 94,000 descendants of Muhammad sue a series of Danish newspapers (who's next?) for having 'offended' their great idol and forefather Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allah al-Hashimi al-Qurashi (a Muslim prophet) by reprinting the Kurt Westergaard cartoon of their forefather with a bomb in the turban.
Geertwilders.nl 24 March 2010
Holland used to be all tulips and wooden clogs, windmills and bicycles, flatlands and dikes; quite idyllic, except for the drugs and red-light district, and children having to stick their fingers into those dikes to save the country from flooding.
Today, however, Holland is homosexuals who are afraid to go out for fear of being beaten up by Muslim gangs, women threatened in the street for not dressing modestly or not covering their heads, and Theo van Gogh, the filmmaker whose throat was cut by a Muslim fanatic.
A very interesting melange of clips showing Islamic intolerance of Dutch values, freedoms, and journalistic traditions. The Dutch are now living in, or well on the way to, a sharia state.
Note the headline: Spain seeking 18-month jail terms for 2 over cartoons deemed as praising terrorism. Kinda gives you the impression that the cartoons are the main issue here. As if just a
Brussels Journal 24 March 2010
Authors James E. McClellan and Harold Dorn in their book Science and Technology in World History claim that Newtonian philosophy was a major force behind the European Enlightenment which followed it.
"Ironically, with his mystical speculations largely hidden until the twentieth century, Newton may be fairly said to be a founding father of the Enlightenment, that campaign of reason against superstition and irrationality that arose in France and then spread across eighteenth-century Europe and America.”
International Humanist and Ethical Union 24 March 2010
Speaking at the United Nations today, 23 March 2010, IHEU representative Roy Brown called on the UN Human Rights Council to "reject the resolution 'combating defamation of religions' as both unjustifiable and unnecessary".
He also highlighted a new report showing that many of the countries who are most vocal in calling for restrictions on the "defamation of religion" actually have some of the highest levels of restrictions on freedom of religion. The resolution "combating defamation of religions" is scheduled to be voted on this Friday, 26 March 2010.
The Enslavement Of The Sharia: A Speech At The English Defence League Demonstration In Bolton on 20 March 2010
The International Civil Liberties Alliance 24 March 2010
Written by Kinana & delivered by a member of the EDL to the rally in Bolton on Sat. 20 Mar. 2010
English Defence League Bolton Speech 20 March 2010
Our fight is with those Muslims, and their allies, who would harm our society and exchange our current freedoms of democracy and liberties for the enslavement of the Sharia.
The OIC posts a cartoon of Mohamed as a pig on its report of 'Islamaphobia' then removes it when it is pointed out that they tend to burn down buildings and murder people when others pubish similar images.