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Will There Finally Be Justice for Elisabeth Sabaditsch Wolff in Austria?

New English Review 28 November 2013
By Jerry Gordon

In the middle of the night, I had a minor epiphany. It was an exchange of IMs via Skype with a friend and fighter for truth about doctrinal Islam, Viennese human rights and NGO leader, Elisabeth Sabaditsch Wolff.


Islam: Istanbul monastery to become a mosque

ANSAmed 28 November 2013

ISTANBUL - The largest Byzantium monastery in Istanbul, the Monastery of Stoudios, also known as the Imrahor Monument, will be converted into a mosque after its restoration next year and be titled Imrahor Ilyas Bey Mosque as daily Hurriyet columnist Vercihan Ziflioglu reports today.


Celebrating Freedom

American Center for Democracy 28 November 2013
By Rachel Ehrenfeld, Amb. Henry F. Cooper

Thanksgiving Day, for the first time since it was adopted by President Lincoln in 1863, coincides with the Jewish celebration of Chanukah. It will take 77,798 more years until they can be celebrated together again…


Halal: Secretly Shoving Sharia Islamic Law Down Your Throat 28 November 2013
By Audrey Russo

Being a meat lover, and a great supporter of the Free Market … I like to eat out. I trust that a restaurant is revealing to me what I will be ingesting during that meal.


The Punishment for Adultery – Part II

Unraveling Islam 25 November 2013
By Robert Sievers

In a previous article, I discussed the issue of the Islamic mandate for stoning adulterers. In that article, I hinted that some Muslims state that the penalty for adultery is


Islam’s History And Doctrine Of International Slavery

The Muslim Issue 25 November 2013
By M. A. Khan

One of the most controversial aspects of Islam is its doctrine of slavery. It incites controversy because slavery in the modern world is clearly considered a contemptible practise. In Islamic doctrine however, it isn’t.


Geert Wilders: The Resurgence of European Patriotism

Wall Street Journal 22 November 2013
By Geert Wilders

Here is a tip if you want to ruin the day of the bureaucrats and politicians in Brussels. Just mention next year's European elections and they will become extremely nervous and agitated. They will fume with anger and warn you about rising populism, a threat to democracy.


Answers to Objections When You Talk About Islam

No Compulsion 22 November 2013

BELOW IS A LIST of responses you are likely to get when talking about the terrifying brilliance of Islam to someone who knows little about it. The responses link to an article giving you suggestions about how to effectively respond.


Norway: Oslo Police: "We Have Lost the City” 21 November 2013

The article below is about the apocalyptic level of culturally-enriched violence in Gronland, a district of the city of Oslo.


Human Rights vs. Public Safety

Gatestone Institute 21 November 2013
By Douglas Murray

Britain is unable to extradite people to their country of origin if they might face harm there. This means that the British police had to find some mechanism to keep a constant vigil on a small number of young men believed to be a potential threat to the British public.


The Islamic Hijacking of George Orwell

FrontPage Magazine 21 November 2013
By Daniel Greenfield

Islam is a religion of Peace. That is as certain as the three slogans of the Ministry of Truth; War is Peace, Freedom is Slavery and Ignorance is Strength.


'Syria is not a revolution any more – this is civil war'

The Guardian 21 November 2013
By Ghaith Abdul-Ahad

For three men in northern Syria, the second civil war started shortly after the first staggered into a quagmire of sectarian violence. The goals of the first war – freedom,


BANGLADESH: Where are the media on the Islamic Jihadist genocide of Hindus and other minorities?

Bare Naked Islam 20 November 2013

Bangladesh is on the road to becoming another Afghanistan, fulfilling the clearly stated desires of jihadists and fundamentalists to ethnically cleanse the country until the only religion is Islam, according to Bangladeshis who have fled their homeland.


2013 Exhibition 19 November 2013


Awareness Month for Islamophobia AKA Taqiyya Month

Cherson and Molschky 19 November 2013
By Rachel Molschky

Everyone wants their awareness month these days, and Islam is no exception. As of 2012, Britain has declared November Islamophobia Awareness Month. This comes on the heels of Canada’s Islamic History Month in October. Studying the history of Islam’s conquests, rapes, mass murders, terrorism in general and other violence is actually quite a good idea. If only that were the focus, rather than a "celebration” of the most violent religion on earth.


Video: Jean Ziegler’s Support for Dictators: The Evidence

UN Watch 19 November 2013

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Book essay: Down the Rabbit Hole, Again

EuropeNews • 15 November 2013
By Henrik Ræder Clausen

Every once in a while, something happens that turns a whole structure of preconceived ideas upside down, shattering tales and narratives long taken for granted, destroying prejudice, clearing space for new understanding to grow. Diana West's latest book, American Betrayal, is such an event.


Video: Terms and Conditions May Apply Official Trailer #1 (2013) - Documentary Movie HD

youtube. 17 November 2013

A documentary that exposes what corporations and governments learn about people through Internet and cell phone usage, and what can be done about it ... if anything.


Islam-critical art exhibition survived despite threats

Jihad Watch 15 November 2013
By Nicolai Sennels

Two days before the opening, the gallery owner canceled the Passion For Freedom art exhibition in London. She feared "being killed by gentlemen from the Religion of Peace."


EU Regulations: "Dictatorship of the Bureaucrats"?

Gatestone Institute 15 November 2013
By Soeren Kern

The European Union has quietly approved a ban on large vacuum cleaners in an effort to "re-educate" spendthrift citizens who consume too much energy.

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