Censorship

Investigation into child prostitution closed as it could harm AK Party’s reputation

Today's Zaman 28 March 2015

Investigations regarding a children's home that was alleged to be used for prostitution in 2013 have been closed due to the possibility of hurting the ruling Justice and

 

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

 

The Last of England

Steyn Online 10 March 2015
By Mark Steyn


On Monday I wrote about a curious British reaction to the Charlie Hebdo massacre: The other day Wiltshire Police went to a local newsagent and demanded that, in the interests of "community cohesion", he hand over the names of every customer who bought a copy of Charlie Hebdo... This is

 

Journalist on trial for ‘insulting’ Erdogan says prosecution now part of ‘nature of journalism’

Today's Zaman 1 March 2015

Cumhuriyet Editor-in-Chief Can Dündar, who is being charged with insulting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for his coverage of a graft probe that implicated members of Erdogan's

 

Repeat after me: It’s got nothing to do with Islam

The Daily Telegraph 23 February 2015
By Tim Blair

THE Islamic world is divided into two main groups. You’ve got your Sunnis and you’ve got your Shiites. The more excitable members of these groups have spent the past 1400

 

Veteran journalist Can Dündar faces probe for ‘insulting’ Erdogan

Today's Zaman 23 February 2015

Journalist Can Dündar is facing an investigation on the charge of insulting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, after a lawyer for Erdogan filed a complaint over an interview

 

Deadly attack targets Copenhagen blasphemy debate

France24 17 February 2015

Shots were fired Saturday at a cafe in Copenhagen that was hosting a freedom of speech event organized by Swedish artist Lars Vilks, who has faced numerous threats for

 

Index on Censorship statement on blasphemy debate attack in Copenhagen

Index On Censorship 16 February 2015
By Jodie Ginsberg

"The use of violence on a gathering exploring the intersection of religious and artistic freedom should send shivers down our spines. "The Charlie Hebdo murders inspired

 

Why freedom of speech matters

The TandD 13 February 2015
By Britt Christensen


The recent tragedy at the Paris-based satire publication Charlie Hebdo thrust the issue of freedom of expression to the forefront of international debate. There was an outpouring of people adamantly defending free speech as a foundational principle to a healthy and free society. Much of the debate

 

• Historical Documentation: The Jihad That Led to the Crusades

Center for the Study of Political Islam 12 February 2015
By Dr. Bill Warner

Obama’s remarks about the evil of the Crusades, needs to be factually examined in detail. Here is such a list: 0355 After removing a Roman temple from the site (possibly the

 

Muslims Protest Downing Street, Warning Britain Not to Insult Mohammed

Breitbart 9 February 2015
By Andre Walker

Ten thousand Muslims are protesting outside Downing Street and the Ministry of Defence against the publication of cartoons depicting Mohammed. The cartoons – which led to the

 

Video: Paul Weston: "We are going to stop Islam from taking over this country"

youtube 9 February 2015
By Liberty GB

Liberty GB leader Paul Weston speaking at the EDL demonstration in Dudley on 7 February 2015.

 

British Muslims protest Charlie Hebdo Mohammed cartoons

Swiss News 9 February 2015

Thousands of British Muslims protested against cartoons of Mohammed in French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, in a demonstration near the office of Prime Minister David

 

Disclosure: The Four ”Swedes” in Custody For Gang Rape Are Somali Citizens

Nya Tider 9 February 2015

Ostentatious headlines in Aftonbladet, Expressen and other media declared that ”six Swedes”, later ”eight Swedes” had been arrested for a rough gang rape on a Finland ferry.

 

Turkey launches fresh raids over Erdogan wiretapping case

DW 9 February 2015

Turkish media reported on Sunday that the raids had been launched in several cities as a result of 21 arrest warrants issued by the prosecutor's office in Istanbul. It wasn't

 

Alevis gather in Istanbul to demand greater freedoms

Today's Zaman 9 February 2015

Thousands of people affiliated with the Federation of Alevi Foundations (AVF) staged a demonstration on Sunday in Istanbul's Kadiköy district to demand rights the demonstrators

 

Video: Mark Steyn Pushes Back on the Media's Denial of 'No-Go Zones'

Breitbart 2 February 2015
By John Hayward

When the mayor of Paris threatened to sue Fox News for "slandering” her city by reporting on Muslim-dominated "no-go zones,” liberal media outlets forgot their own years of reporting on those zones to bash their hated right-leaning cable news adversary. Among the longtime observers who pushed back

 

Video: Charlie Hebdo editor criticizes hypocrisy of "I Am Charlie” world leaders

The Jihad Watch 2 February 2015
By Robert Spencer

The Saudis are by no means the only hypocrites. How many Leftists in the U.S. shouted "Je suis Charlie” and then applauded the defacing and destruction of the AFDI ads in San Francisco?

 

A Warning To The West: A Voice From The Heart Of The Islamic World

No Compulsion 31 January 2015


The following article is not written with "hatred” or "Islamophobia” or "ignorance”. Muslims usually accuse falsely those who dare to criticize Islam or those who make them listen to what they don’t want to hear about their religion. These empty accusations don’t intimidate me now or drive me to a state of

 

German carnival drops Charlie Hebdo float over fear of jihad terror

The Jihad Watch 31 January 2015
By Robert Spencer

Why do we have jihad terrorism? Because it works. Weren’t any of these people taught that the worst thing you can do with a bully is kowtow and give him what he wants, and that

 
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