Video: When Islam Is Allowed To Rule - The Example of Iran

Beernsandwiches 22 June 2009
By Aeneas

Throwing off the Yoke of Fascist Islamism in Iran: People Are Dying And All They Want Is Freedom – This Is What Islam Does When It Is Allowed To Rule!


Critical Mass

the Dry Bones Blog 22 June 2009

A new and unstable element?

The whole world is watching the Iranian post-election street demonstrations and I, certainly, am not willing to go out on a limb and make any prediction.

But maybe you're braver than I am.

So what's your prediction about how the situation in Iran will develop? Will it reach "critical mass"?



David Miliband cowers before the mullahs of Iran 19 June 2009
By Nile Gardiner

David Miliband has been all over the airwaves discussing Britain's response to the Iranian political crisis, which is eerily similar to the empty rhetoric of the Obama administration. What you won't hear from


Iran's Supremo says the vote was real, now blames Britain for unrest

Jihad Watch 19 June 2009

Yesterday it was the U.S.'s fault, today it is Britain's. But what about the evil Zionists? "Supreme leader: Iran vote was 'definitive victory,'" from The Associated Press, June 19 (thanks to Abscedere):


CAIR's Silence on Iran Exposes its Radical Values

Family Security Matter 19 June 2009
BY Steve Emerson

When the Tunisian government moved to outlaw headscarves worn by Muslim women in 2006, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) sprang into action to condemn the foreign government's policy.


Are Hamas and Hezbollah Uniting to Crush Iranian Dissidents?

Family Security Matters 19 June 2009
By Paul L. Williams

Encountering Hamas in Teheran is tantamount to meeting an African American at a KKK gathering. And yet, the Sunni terrorist group from the Palestinian Authority is now joining hands with the Shi’ite mullahs


Saudi Mufti: Execute Ahmadinejad

MEMRI Blog 19 June 2009

Yousef bin Abdallah Al-Ahmad, a mufti from Al-Imam University in Riyadh, said in a fatwa that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad should be executed, following his June 14 accusation that several


Europe Must Stand in Solidarity with Iranian Protesters

Spiegel Online 18 June 2009
By Claus Christian Malzahn

The fate of today's Iranian protest movement is impossible to predict. Its relationship to the state and religion differs from the movement that led to communism's collapse in Eastern Europe, but Europeans must take


“Hikmat al-Ishraq” to Be Translated into German

Tehran. German professor at Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Roland Pietsch, is planning to translate Suhrawardi+s “Hikmat al-Ishraq” (the School of Illumination) into German.


Muslim Countries in Mideast, Africa Lead World in Human Traffic

Arutz Sheva 18 June 2009
By Gil Ronen

Traffic in Persons Report 2009

Muslim countries in the Middle East and north-central Africa lead the world in human trafficking, according to a new U.S. State Department report.

Of the 17 countries that were given the "Tier 3" listing reserved for the worst offenders, nine were Muslim countries or countries with a large Muslim population from these two regions. Tier 3 countries are defined as those “whose governments do not fully comply


What About the 'Jihadi' Nuclear Scientist?

Family Security Matters 18 June 2009
By M. Zuhdi Jasser

A little over four months have passed and still the silence is deafening. Many in the world community expressed significant concern upon the release on February 6, 2009 of the disgraced Pakistani nuclear scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan. Dr. Khan is a Pakistani national superhero


Obama refuses to "meddle" in Iran, Iran accuses U.S. of meddling anyway

Jihad Watch 18 June 2009

If the Threat of the Great Satan doesn't exist, it is necessary to invent it. "Iran election: Barack Obama refuses to 'meddle' over protests," by David Blair in the Telegraph


Nazanin Afshin-Jam: An open letter to the people of Iran

Georgia Straight 18 June 2009
By Nazanin Afshin-Jam

Vancouver recording artist and international human-rights activist Nazanin Afshin-Jam

To my fellow compatriots, the brave Iranian men and women, who for the last few days have unleashed a spirit of energy that has been repressed for 30 years under an oppressive and undemocratic regime ...

... we love, admire and support you.

Oh how we, living in exile, wish we could be at your side at this critical juncture in history


Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Mousavi

Ynetnews 18 June 2009
By Smadar Peri

Iranian reformist may seem moderate but his history is one of a radical sympathizer of the ayatollahs' regime. Can a leopard really change its spots?


Iranians Protest in Vienna Against Islamist Tyranny

Beernsandwiches 17 June 2009

A demonstration against the oppressive Islamist regime in Iran took place in Vienna today. ESW took the following photographs of the event:


The Middle Eastern Cold War 17 June 2009
By Daniel Pipes

A cold war is "the key to understanding the Middle East in the 21st century." So argue Yigal Carmon and three of his colleagues at the Middle East Media and Research Institute (MEMRI) in a recent study, "An Escalating Regional Cold War."


Hamas Helping to Crush Iranian Dissent


US President Barack Obama said Tuesday that there was not much difference between the policies of incumbent Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and reformist presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi


Iranian Convert to Christianity Beaten, Loses Job

ISTANBUL. Since Iranian native Nasser Ghorbani fled to Turkey seven years ago, he has been unable to keep a job for more than a year – eventually his co-workers would ask why he didn’t come to the



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