Quoteland 11 February 2014
Alexis de Tocqueville (1805 – 1859) was a French political thinker and historian best known for his Democracy in America (appearing in two volumes: 1835 and 1840) and The Old Regime and the Revolution (1856). In both of these works, he analyzed the rising living standards and social conditions of individuals and their relationship to the market and state in Western societies. Democracy in America was published after his travels in the United States, and is today considered an early work of sociology and political science.
Foreign Affairs 10 February 2014
By Halil Karaveli
The Turkish state changed hands a decade ago, when Islamic conservatives (supported by the liberals) prevailed in elections against the country’s old guard, the rightist nationalists known as Kemalists. It may be about to do so again.
UK’s Guardian campaigns against female genital mutilation while whitewashing Islamic justifications for it
Jihad Watch 10 February 2014
By Robert Spencer
How can the Guardian realistically expect to end this practice if it is afraid to expose the Islamic justifications for it? No, Muslims did not invent female genital mutilation, and are not the only people who practice it.
The Muslim Issue 10 February 2014
Michael Coren with Canada’s SUN News is trying to get his head around the Muslim claim to be "victims like the Jews during the holocaust”.
American Thinker 10 February 2014
By Janet Levy
India's centuries-long resistance to Muslim aggression began in 636 C.E. This started a series of incursions in which Muslim warriors desecrated Hindu places of worship and universities, slaughtered monks and priests, and unleashed a reign of terror to impose Islam and subjugate the majority Hindu population.
Gatestone Institute 7 February 2014
By Soeren Kern
Muslims attending the gathering were offended by the insinuation that Islam could be radical or violent, and demanded instead that the German government take steps to make "Islam equal to Christianity" in Germany.
Political Islam 7 February 2014
By Bill Warner
One of the most discouraging things about dealing with Islam is how our leadership has learned nothing in the years since Sept 11, 2001. Leadership's favorite fantasy is that Islam is whatever a Muslim wants to say it is. So if you want a nice Islam, ask a nice imam. But, would a Muslim deceive the Kafir (non-Muslim)? Mohammed did.
youtube 7 February 2014
By Clarion Project
The Clarion Project hosted a webinar together with "Muslims Facing Tomorrow" entitled "The Struggle for Women's Rights in Muslim-Majority Countries." The webinar was presented by Raheel Raza, founder and president of the Council for Muslims Facing Tomorrow.
The Clarion Project 6 February 2014
- Sheikh Mohamad Alarefe recently tweeted his sentiments favoring mutilating women to close to 8 million of his followers on Twitter.
Sheikh Mohamad Alarefe is a popular Saudi Arabian Islamic theologian and a professor at the King Saud University. A recent "tweet” to his almost 8 million followers on his
Right Side News 6 February 2014
By Pamela Geller
Since I wrote my book Stop the Islamization of America and established the Stop Islamization of America initiative of my organization, the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI)
National Review Online 6 February 2014
By Daniel Pipes
Some, especially in the mainstream media, pretend that not Tel Aviv, rather than Jerusalem, serves as the capital of Israel. (Tel Aviv hosts the Ministry of Defense but not much else of the central government.)
youtube 3 February 2014
By Liberty GB
Liberty GB leader Paul Weston talks about the party's 2014 Euro election bid. Candidates Weston, Enza Ferreri and Jack Buckby will all be standing in the South East England constituency
Cherson and Molschky 3 February 2014
By Paul Wilkinson
The celebrants of multiculturalism constantly remind us of never-ending invigorating cultural enrichment, so just for fun, I thought I would make a note of some stories involving Islam or Muslims in Britain over a one week period.
Answering Muslims 3 February 2014
Critics of Islam and Sharia frequently claim that the Qur’an allows Muslim men to rape their female captives and slave girls (i.e. those "whom their right hands possess")
The Tribune Papers 3 February 2014
By Mike Scruggs
In nations governed by Islamic Law (Sharia), non-Muslims have the status of dhimmis ("protected people”). They are protected from slaughter or expulsion so long as they remain subservient and pay a special poll tax, called the Jizya, to their Muslim masters.
Wikiislam 1 February 2014