haOlam 19 July 2012
Seven killed, at least 20 injured / Israeli PM blames Iran, calling it a "global Iranian terror onslaught” / Attack comes on anniversary of Argentine Jewish Center bombing
A terrorist attack on a bus carrying Israeli tourists in Burgas, Bulgaria Wednesday killed seven people on board and injured at least 20 more, several critically, according to the Bulgarian Foreign Ministry and Israeli Police.
Gates of Vienna 19 July 2012
Terrorists blew up a bus of Israel tourists in Bulgaria today, killing at least seven people. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu immediately identified Iran as the most likely state sponsor of the attack, and announced that Israel would respond vigorously to the targeting of its citizens.
Channel NewsAsia Singapore 19 July 2012
Citizen Warrior 17 July 2012
NOT ONLY ARE are some people killing non-Muslims in the name of Islam (in impressive numbers) but some are doing something less newsworthy but potentially more disconcerting: Demanding and gaining concessions from non-Muslims, and slowly encroaching on democratic freedoms with the end-goal of establishing Sharia law in Western democracies (and already succeeding). This must be stopped and your help is needed.
Liberties Alliance 16 July 2012
Ladies and Gentlemen, Dear Friends of Free Speech,
its a very great honor for me and I’m proud to be here in Brussels and to speak to you representing the foremost German Human Rights Organisation that stands for the preservation of freedom and democracy against Islamic supremacism, the Citizens Movement PAX EUROPA. Thank you very much, Elisabeth, Alain, Chris, Ned and my dear friend Henryk and all of You.
International Civil Liberties Alliance 12 July 2012
On 9 July, the International Civil Liberties Alliance presented an International Human Rights and Freedom of Speech Conference in the European Parliament in Brussels. Over 100 people from numerous, countries, cultures, and backgrounds took part in this milestone event at which Lars Hedegaard of the Danish Free Press Society received the "Defender of Freedom” award.
FrontPage Magazine 28 June 2012
In his 2008 book Et Delt Folk ("A Nation Divided”), The Danish historian and writer Morten Uhrskov Jensen carefully went through publicly available sources. He demonstrated that the opening up of his country for mass immigration was arranged by just part of the population, sometimes in the face of considerable popular opposition.
Roughly speaking, those representing the political and media establishment and the upper classes were in favor of open borders, whereas those from the lower classes were often opposed. This divide is viewed by those from the upper segments of society as caused mainly by racism, prejudice, ignorance and xenophobia.
Gatestone Institute 12 June 2012
By Michael Curtis
Support for people who criticize their own Western democratic societies is now all too apparent among many Western intellectuals, academics, members of the media, international organizations, and religious groups which, while refusing to challenge cases of injustice, particularly in Muslim countries, instead criticize and condemn the state of Israel at every turn, despite the continuing physical and rhetorical aggression against it.