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Star poet Yahya Hassan assaulted in Copenhagen

Islamist Watch 22 April 2015

Best-selling author and parliamentary hopeful Yahya Hassan was assaulted in Copenhagen over the weekend, the National Party candidate wrote on Facebook. Yahya Hassan, the

 

Ayaan Hirsi Ali: Defending the Right to Offend

The Huffington Post 22 April 2015
By Ayaan Hirsi Ali

This article is based on Ayaan Hirsi Ali's speech in Berlin on April 19. It is nearly 10 years since a Danish newspaper published cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad,

 

Imagining Pakistan as an Islamic state

Daily Times 7 April 2015
By Venkat Dhulipala

In the liberal-Marxist intellectual environment in which I received my political grooming in the Lahore of the late 1960s, the standard view was that the Muslim League, especially its

 

Denmark: Islamic group approves of Charlie Hebdo massacre, gets approval for mosque

Jihad Watch 20 March 2015

In January, the Islamisk Trossamfund (the Islamic Faith Society) warned Muslims against distancing themselves from the terror attacks against Charlie Hebdo. It was also

 

Digging Deeper on the Hillary Clinton Email Scandal

CenterFor Security Policy 16 March 2015
By Ken Timmerman, Jim Hanson, Diana West and David Harris

KEN TIMMERMAN, author of "Dark Forces: The Truth About What Happened in Benghazi” Accusations of a double-standard over Hillary’s 2012 firing of the U.S. Ambassador to Kenya

 

Avijit Roy – Here is an article by the blogger who was hacked to death

marthavanderpol 5 March 2015

Super-Scientific Religious Scriptures!

["Listen, O uninformed, a man has the ability to write a book, the book does not have any ability to create a man” –Nazrul] [1]

My response to a very innocuous e-mail impelled me to write this fastidious essay. Let me first elaborate on this. Just about four years ago, I set on my overseas sojourn from

 

What happens to migrant women when there's no happily ever after

WAtoday 19 February 2015
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Forced underage marriage, trafficking, female genital mutilation and domestic violence – this doesn't sound like the "lucky" country. However, the harsh reality is that there

 

'Islamic France' novelist to promote book in Germany

France 24 14 January 2015

Bestselling French novelist Michel Houellebecq will promote his new book imagining a France under Islamic rule next week in Germany after suspending a French tour in the wake

 

Muslims and Westerners: The Psychological Differences

New English Review 5 January 2015
By Nicolai Sennels


When I first read about Nicolai Sennels’ work concerning therapy, which he had conducted with criminal Muslims in Denmark, I knew that it would be groundbreaking. I hope that you the reader will listen closely to what he has to say. I also had the opportunity to conduct prison interviews of Muslim detainees, which

 

The Frontiers of Secularism

Sam Harris Blog 9 December 2014
By Sam Harris and Phil Zuckerman


Phil Zuckerman is a professor of sociology and secular studies at Pitzer College in Claremont, California. He is the author of Living the Secular Life, Faith No More, and Society Without God. He has also edited several volumes, including Atheism and Secularity, Sex and Religion, and The Social Theory

 

Turkish woman's search gives voice to Islamized Armenians

Al Monitor 25 November 2014
By Pinar Tremblay

After reading about Fethiye Cetin for over a decade and reading her books, I had envisioned a bitter and brittle woman, one maybe even a little jaded with age, given all the

 

How Many Lies Have Democrats Told To Sabotage The War on Terror?

Frontpage Mag 25 November 2014
By David Horowitz

Start with Obama’s claim that the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (or ISIS) is not Islamic. Say what? In fact, the so-called war on terror is clearly a war that Islamic

 

Armenian Genocide Novel Published in Turkey

Asbarez Armenian News 18 November 2014

ISTANBUL—The Armenian Cause and the 1915 Genocide have been comprehensively covered for the first time ever in Turkey in a new novel written by Vedat Turkali. The author has

 

Islam has no peace

Meridian Star 6 November 2014
By Ron Wood

I have finished reading a book entitled, "Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus,” by Nabeel Qureshi. It is a true story of a physician who became a Christian. He shows us how

 

The Management of Savagery

Frontpage Mag 27 October 2014
By Mark Tapson


If there is a positive side to the rise of ISIS, it is that the West has had its head jerked from the sand and has been made to witness a bottomless, bloodthirsty evil: crucifixions, beheadings, enslavement of women, live burial of children, mass executions. Even John Kerry, a man not known for grasping (or admitting)

 

Judeo-Christian Sources of the Koran

Breaking Israel News 6 October 2014
By Phyllis Chesler

An exclusive interview with Ibn Warraq, author of the new book "Christmas in the Koran: Luxenberg, Syriac, and the Near Eastern and Judeo-Christian Background of Islam”

 

Taslima Nasrin Looks Back at her Anger

The New Indian Express 29 September 2014
By Reema Moudgil

BANGALORE: Taslima Nasrin's Lajja, one of the most controversial bestsellers in the world, has turned 20. As bibliophiles across the world celebrated Banned Books Week from

 

Video: "ISIS Rising” — on The Glazov Gang

Frontpage Mag 23 September 2014
By Daniel Greenfield

This week’s Glazov Gang was guest-hosted by Renaissance Woman Ann Marie Murrell, the Editor-in Chief of PolitiChicks.com and the co-author of the new book

 

1,400 English Girls Raped by Multiculturalism

bernardgoldberg.com 9 September 2014
By Dennis Prager

Last week, it was revealed that between 1997 and 2013, at least 1,400 girls — in just one relatively small English city (Rotherham, population 275,000) had been raped by gangs

 

Saudi expects two million pilgrims for this year’s hajj

Aquila Style 26 August 2014

Saudi Arabia could earn $8.5 billion from this October’s hajj, according to a study published on Monday, which predicted that two million Muslims would make the pilgrimage to

 
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