Studies

Jihad and Dhimmitude: The Vicious Cycle

Diana West 17 December 2014
By Diana West

Way back in the summer of 2006, I was guest-blogging at Michelle Malkin's website and wrote a post called "Jihad and Dhimmitude: A Real-Life Test Case." I am re-posting

 

The Religion for the ‘Mentally Ill’

Cherson and Molschky 17 December 2014
By Rachel Molschky

There is a new rule in the fantasyland of political correctness: "lone wolf” equals "mentally ill.”

 

For 20 years, the EU has not been able to figure out Hamas is terrorist

Elder of Ziyon 17 December 2014

Here is the legal reasoning behind today's decision by the ECJ to de-list Hamas as a terror organization:

 

Palestinians: The Big Lie

mythsandfacts.org 17 December 2014
By Eli E. Hertz

The artificiality of a Palestinian identity is reflected in the attitudes and actions of neighboring Arab nations who never established a Palestinian state themselves.

 

The Shahada in Sydney Reminds Us That Political Islam Is Deadly

TIME.com 17 December 2014
By Ayaan Hirsi Ali

No symbol represents the soul of Islam more than the Shahada. But today there is a contest within Islam for the ownership of that symbol.

 

Europe Declares War on the Internet

Gatestone Institute 17 December 2014
By Soeren Kern

The Internet giant Google has announced that it is shutting down its Google News service in Spain. The move came in response to a new copyright law in Spain that would

 

Swedish Politics in Chaos

Liberty GB 17 December 2014
By Fjordman

Sweden will hold a new election on March 22, 2015, just a few months after the previous general elections. The move was announced by Prime Minister Stefan Löfven on December 3,

 

1939 Palestinian Flag. What does it look like? Surprised?

factualisrael.com 17 December 2014

This a Larousse French dictionary from 1939. In the appendix it lists all the then current flags of the world in alphabetical order. You’ll notice that for Germany at that time

 

Erdogan’s regime becoming more dictatorship than democracy

Jerusalem Post 17 December 2014
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON

The oft-repeated Erdogan quote that analysts cite again and again bears repeating – that democracy is a train that you get off once you reach your destination. Turkish

 

Only 13 percent of Germans completely disagree with the PEGIDA anti-Islam demonstrations. 75 percent agree fully or to some degr

10news.dk 17 December 2014
By Nicolai Sennels

The latest PEGIDA demonstration in Dresden had 15,000+ participants, and the Danish state tv, Danmarks Radio, noted that "It was the German middle class, who demonstrated

 

Homophobia taints the British Asian community

Telegraph.co.uk 17 December 2014
By Patrick McAleenan

I’ve written previously about my experience of coming out to my parents. Despite being practising Catholics, a religion which rejects homosexuality as a sin, they accepted and

 

Turkey's Erdogan battles 'parallel state'

BBC News 17 December 2014
By Mark Lowen

The voices sound crackly. "Are you at home, son?" "Yes." "They carried out an operation. Their homes are being searched now… take everything in the house

 

When jihad turns into genocide

Ynetnews 17 December 2014

Op-ed: One terror attack in a Sydney café, which left three people dead, led to a global commotion; but the regular mass murder of Muslims by Islamists leaves the world

 

Pakistan school attack and Sydney siege: How do we keep the extremists at bay?

Telegraph.co.uk 17 December 2014
By Con Coughlin

There is a world of difference between yesterday’s well-organised and barbaric attack on a military school in north-west Pakistan and the Sydney café siege carried out this

 

Iran: 20-year-old musician’s reality check: oppression persists

Artsfreedom 17 December 2014

“Rights for musicians are extremely weak in Iran”, wrote Tooka Zokaie, a 20-year-old Iranian-American piano teacher and speech coach who travelled to Iran and unintentionally broke

 

Psychology: Why Islam creates monsters

10News.dk 16 December 2014
By Nicolai Sennels

As a psychologist I find it interesting to find out why so many terrorists come from an Islamic back ground. During my research I studied Islam and I my conclusion is that

 

Qatar Not Alone in Supporting IS - Saudi Arabia, Kuwait Involved: Experts

Sputnik International 16 December 2014
By Svetlana Alexandrova, Daria Chernyshova

Qatar was supporting a range of Islamists in Syria and Iraq from the Muslim Brotherhood to Salafi Jihadist groups along with Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, experts told Sputnik News

 

About 300 Chinese said fighting alongside ISIS in Middle East

The Daily Star 16 December 2014

BEIJING: About 300 Chinese people are fighting alongside ISIS in Iraq and Syria, a Chinese state-run newspaper said Monday, a rare tally that is likely to fuel worry in China

 

Mozart and Multiculturalism

American Thinker 15 December 2014
By Jeff Lipkes

In Mozart’s tragically short lifetime, Die Entführing aus dem Serail (The Abduction from the Seraglio) was his most popular opera.* It premiered in Vienna on July 16, 1782,

 

Polygamy practised on mass scale among Muslims in UK: Study

Economic Times 12 December 2014

LONDON: Polygamy is being practised on an enormous scale among Britain's Muslims with a large number of women being denied basic legal rights, a new study in the UK claimed.

 
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