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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

 

Apostates Leaving Islam

Citizen Warrior 5 August 2014

    Apostasy means "renouncing the faith." If someone is a Jew or a Hindu or whatever and they decide they don't want to be one anymore, that is apostasy

The Koran says apostasy from Islam is a crime punishable by death. In many Islamic states, this is enforced by law. You cannot convert out of Islam. Once you're in, you're in

 

The Case for Peace in Our Time

FrontPage Magazine 6 July 2014
By Lloyd Billingsley

The title derives from Abraham Lincoln, a noble proclamation that Angelo Codevilla finds for the most part unfulfilled. As the author notes, during the past 100 years in

 

The Role of Islam in African Slavery

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.

 

From Jewess Sol Hachuel, to Christian Meriam Ibrahim, 200 Years of Sharia’s Brutal Injustice For Non-Muslim Women of Faith

andrewbostom.org 20 May 2014

The striking cover art which adorns my 2008 The Legacy of Islamic Antisemitism, Alfred Dehodencq’s "Execution of a Moroccan Jewess” is based upon the actual execution of a Jewess from Tangier, Morocco, Sol Hachuel, believed to have occurred in 1834.

 

Review: Arab Winter Comes to America

The Investigative Project on Terrorism 20 May 2014
By Andrew E. Harrod

Robert Spencer Defines the War Against Jihad. "America is at war; and has been since at least September 11, 2001, but no one is really sure who with," Robert Spencer writes

 

Arab Winter Comes to America

Islamist Watch 7 May 2014
By Daniel Greenfield

It may be warm outside now, but from colder hearts a winter blizzard is blowing. These cold hearts are frozen in the endless winter of Islam that leaves them empty of mercy for

 

One Year Anniversary of Boston Bombing: A Lesson in FBI Failure

Frontpage Mag 16 April 2014
By Robert Spencer

To order Robert Spencer’s just-released new book, Arab Winter Comes to America: The Truth About the War We’re In. With the first anniversary of the Boston Marathon jihad bombings now here

 

Muslim, gay, and making no apologies

timesofindia 14 April 2014
By Aida Alami

He was born inside the public library of Rabat in Morocco where his dad worked as a janitor and where his family lived until he was 2. For most of his childhood, he hid his sexuality as best he

 

Erdogan's former classmate blasts anti-Semitism on Turkish TV

Ynet News 9 April 2014
By Smadar Perry

Avraham Krispin of Tel Aviv still remembers how Turkey's prime minister used to walk around school with a copy of Hitler's 'Mein Kampf.' Now he is he irritated by a new series in which a Turkish

 

Craven Cowards at Brandeis Cancel Ayaan Hirsi Ali Honor, Cave to Muslim Thugs’ Demands

Atlas Shrugs 9 April 2014
By Pamela Geller

On the eve of the bloody anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings, Brandeis University (just nine miles west of Boston) said Tuesday that it would cave to Islamic thugs

 

Meet Yahya Hassan, the Danish-Palestinian teen poet sensation

CS Monitor 7 April 2014
By Husna Haq

It’s the story of a Danish-Palestinian teenager who has seemingly lived a lifetime in his 18 years: abused as a child, he is a ward of the state who finds a voice in poetry, becomes

 

Bangladeshi-American Writer Censored, Threatened by Radical Islamist

An online Bangladeshi bookseller has pulled the books of an American writer after receiving death threats from a radical Islamist. Rokomari.com stopped selling books by Avijit Roy

 

Why is a poetry book flying off the shelves in Denmark?

PRI 3 April 2014
By Nina Porzucki

It's not often that books of poetry fly off the shelves but that's exactly what's been happening in Denmark. In October an 18-year-old unknown poet named Yahya Hassan published a self-titled

 

Islamic Circle of North America Puts Out Jihadi Educational Guide

Creeping Sharia 3 April 2014

An educational guide produced by the Chicago chapter of the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) demolishes the group’s pretenses that it’s moderate. The book, produced for ICNA

 

Sinking in Shifting Sands: the EU in North Africa

ISN 2 April 2014
By Lisa Watanabe

The EU’s influence in Northern Africa wasn't strong before the Arab Spring. And now, warns the CSS’ Lisa Watanabe, things are only about to get worse. That is, of course, unless Brussels

 

Why Muslims lag behind

At the recent Book Fair in Delhi there was a stall selling Islamic literature. Friends who went round the stalls told me that among the hottest sellers was Answer to Non-Muslim Common

 

Holocaust Heroine Motivated by Islam?

Frontpage Mag 21 March 2014
By Deborah Weiss

In a recently released film titled “Noor Inayat Khan: Enemy of the Reich,” the heroine was touted as a devout Muslim, motivated by her Islamic faith to save Jews during the Holocaust

 

Muslim “Scholar” Reza Aslan Writes About Bible Without Having Read It

Frontpage Mag 21 March 2014

Media outlets were enthused about the novelty of a Muslim playing “religious scholar” and embraced Reza Aslan. Unfortunately for them, Aslan hadn’t actually read the Christian

 
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