Geert Wilders Weblog 25 June 2014
Islam shows its true face in Syria and Iraq. Gruesome fanatics, including terrorists with Dutch passports, leave a trail of blood throughout the Middle East. The Netherlands have to protect themselves. If we don’t, the barbaric scenes that play today in Syria and Iraq will soon be repeated in our country.
Canada Free Press 25 June 2014
By Alan Caruba
I keep wondering why, here in the United States where three thousand died in a 2001 attack on the Twin Towers by terrorists affiliated with al Qaeda, we continue to be told that we must exercise sensitivity and tolerance for a "religion”, Islam, that worldwide is perpetrating not just violence, but a concerted attack on morality in general and Western civilization in particular.
Diana West 25 June 2014
By Diana West
The Commentator 25 June 2014
By Vincent Cooper
National Secular Society 20 June 2014
By Rumy Hasan
The spat between Michael Gove and Theresa May focuses on the failure to tackle Islamic extremism in Birmingham's schools. Whether such failure can be attributed to one party or the other is, in fact, a moot point. The real problem has deeper roots: it resides in the failure of multiculturalism and multifaithism.
Gatestone Institute 20 June 2014
By Denis MacEoin
Creeping Sharia 20 June 2014
"To begin with, the law of the land is the Shari’ah of Allah. The leader, or Khalifa of the Islamic nation, implements the Shari’ah in society and the people try to follow it…The basis of the legal and political system is the Shari’ah of Allah.” So states What Islam is All About, (pages 376 ad 381) one of the most popular junior high school text books used in Islamic schools in America.
Herald Sun 20 June 2014
By Andrew Bolt
What the hell is the problem with Islam? In the past week..
In Kenya: At least 34 people have been killed after unidentified armed men stormed the coastal city of Mpeketoni, setting hotels, restaurants, banks and government offices on fire and spraying bullets in streets.
iqbal latif 17 June 2014
Hugh Thomas’s “The Slave Trade” and Robin Blackburn's “The Making Of New World Slavery” sheds new light on centuries of slave trading. Piero Scaruffi in “The Origins of the African Slave Trade” writes that the civil rights movement of the 1960's have left many people with the belief that the slave trade was exclusively a European/USA phenomenon and only evil white people were to blame for it. This is a simplistic scenario that hardly reflects the facts.
Jihad Watch 16 June 2014
By Robert Spencer
Here is a fascinating glimpse of what life was like for Jews and Christians under Ottoman rule in 1838, before the abolition of the dhimmi laws that ensured that they would “pay the jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued” (Qur’an 9:29).
Islamist Watch 12 June 2014
By Abigail R. Esman
Allen B. West 12 June 2014
By Allen West
Who’s on first? I’m quite sure ya’ll have seen the famous Abbott and Costello sketch — to this day, it’s still quite hilarious. Well, comedic skits are fine for humor but troubling when it relates to the modus operandi of the Obama administration — supposedly the most transparent administration in our history.
Frontpage Mag 12 June 2014
By Raymond Ibrahim
The Gatestone Institute 12 June 2014
By Mudar Zahran
"I just want to make a living but those Islamist crazies won't leave us alone. They say they support jihad, they deal drugs, they get drunk and harass women. I swear to Allah, sometimes I feel I am not living in Malmö but in Afghanistan." — Mr. S., Palestinian refugee from Jordan living in Sweden.
WND.com 9 June 2014
By Garth Kant
WASHINGTON — Many Americans have been puzzled by the bizarre behavior of soldier Bowe Bergdahl’s father, Robert, during a White House Rose Garden ceremony on Saturday celebrating the exchange of his son for five top Taliban commanders.
FrontPage Magazine 9 June 2014
By Arnold Ahlert
The Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Watch 9 June 2014
acdemocracy.org 8 June 2014
By Leslie S. Lebl
Eighteen years after the Dayton Agreement we hear little, if anything, about Bosnia. Though politicians such as President Bill Clinton and his envoy, the late Richard Holbrooke, were credited with ending the violence, it was the U.S.-led NATO military mission that drove the level of violence down and prevented the failure of the new political arrangements.
Gatestone Institute 8 June 2014
By Soeren Kern