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.
The Week 31 January 2014
By Michael Brendan Dougherty
Like many Coptic Christians in Egypt, Ayman Nabil Labib had a tattoo of the cross on his wrist. And like 17-year-old men everywhere, he could be assertive about his identity. But in 2011, after Egypt's revolution, that kind of assertiveness could mean trouble.
AllenBWest.com 29 January 2014
By Allen West
Clarion Project 29 January 2014
The Clarion Project hosted a new 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.
Right Side News 28 January 2014
By Baron Bodissey
Two weeks ago we published a translated article from Expo (the original is here) in which Anders Behring Breivik repudiated all associationwith the Counterjihad. In a letter sent out to various email outlets, the Butcher of Utoya told the world that his purported admiration for Fjordman, Robert Spencer, Bat Ye’or, et al. had just been a ruse on his part, and that his real ideological commitment was to what he calls "ethno-nationalism” or "nordicism”.
FrontPage Magazine 28 January 2014
From his prison cell, the confessed mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik in January 2014 circulated a letter in which he repudiated all association with the Counterjihad and anti-Islamists. He gloated over how easy it was to fool the Western mainstream media (MSM) into supporting his intended witch-hunt on peaceful anti-Islamists:
As Egypt’s president, El-Sisi shoulders huge security challenges: Muslim Brothers, Sinai terror, Gaza, water
J-Wire 27 January 2014
Marking International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Yad Vashem has been presented with a Certificate of Recognition by UNESCO marking the inclusion of the Pages of Testimony Memorial Collection in the UNESCO Memory of the World Register.
Family Security Matters 27 January 2014
By ANDREW E. HARROD
The "quite formidable" Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) "has really escaped the notice of a lot of foreign policy observers," religious freedom scholar Nina Shea noted at a January 17, 2014, Hudson Institute panel. To correct this deficiency, Shea moderated an important presentation on the OIC's stealth jihad against freedom by her "old friend" Mark Durie, an Anglican theologian and human rights activist.
Islam Watch 27 January 2014
By Ibn Kammuna
Introduction: Many critics accuse Muhammad of being a rapist by citing certain sex incidents of his from the hadiths and Sira, but Muslims reject such accusations by claiming that those incidents do not qualify to be rape. In this article, I discuss the issue of Prophet Muhammad being a rapist. To keep the article brief, I will cite the cases of three women whom Muhammad had captured and used for sex.