Today I joined Michael Coren on his Sun TV show to discuss the absence of any mention of Islam or jihad -- that is, any mention of the identity and motive of those who attacked us on September 11, 2001 -- at the 10-year commemoration of the World Trade Center attacks.
Canada Free Press 12 September 2011
By Kelly O'Connell
Lest we forget, during our mourning for the ten year anniversary of the 9/11 holocaust and its victims, we still battle violent Muslim Jihadists. In fact, there is not only a Muslim holy war being waged upon the battlefields of Afghanistan, but also in the murkier shadows where terrorists eviscerate their unsuspecting victims.
FrontPage Magazine 12 September 2011
In his important pamphlet, 9-11 Ten Years Later, Marc Thiessen asks the critical questions. Are we still safe? Are the important safeguards that the Bush administration put in place after the attack still there to keep us safe? Has President Obama made us more vulnerable to another attack?
Thiessen, who was working at the Pentagon on 9/11, believes that he has. Yes, Osama bin Laden was killed on Obama’s watch. But instead of getting a medal for their achievement, the officials who uncovered the intelligence that led us to Osama bin Laden were given subpoenas. On his second day in office, Obama shut down the CIA’s high-value interrogation program. His Justice Department then reopened criminal investigations into the conduct of CIA interrogators.
Gates of Vienna 12 September 2011
Burn, burn USA! Muslims, rise up!
Below is a more extensive collection of video clips put together by the English Defence League from today’s Muslims Against Crusades demonstration in London, and the EDL’s attempted counter-demonstration.
AFDI/SIOA 9/11 Freedom Rally Welcomes Clergy, First Responders, 9/11 Family Members Banned From Official Ceremonies
Video: Muslim Protesters Burn American Flag in Front of London US Embassy During 9/11 Moment of Silence
About 100 Muslim demonstrators burned an American flag outside the U.S. embassy in London Sunday during a moment of silence to mark the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks. Shouting "USA — terrorist state!” protesters carried anti-American signs and made speeches denouncing the United States, the London Telegraph reported.