There are currently about 125 terrorist groups operating throughout Bangladesh, most under the control of Bangladesh's largest Islamic party, the Jamaat-e-Islami
Dispatch International 22 April 2013
By Peter Nilsson
The Quran does not have a single verse encouraging love towards those outside of Islam. But there are 493 passages that either endorse violence or talk about the hatred of Allah for the infidels, meaning all non-Muslims.
The Quran is a book mainly concerned with how Muslims are to think and act towards those outside of Islam; that is, either kill them or force them to live as second-class citizens and pay taxes (Jizya).
More than half the contents of the Quran are texts despising or inciting against non-Muslims. This is what turns Islam into a religion of hate and violence, for which history carries much evidence.
Council of Ex-Muslims of Morocco: the first public atheist organisation in country with state religion of Islam
Faithfreedom.org 26 March 2013
By Andrew Bostom
In a profoundly symbolic gesture (hat tip Tundra Tabloids), which epitomizes the Catholic Church’s abject dhimmitude, high-profile Muslim convert to Christianity Magdi Cristiano Allam, has renounced his Catholicism because of what he terms the Church’s weakness toward, and legitimation of, Islam.
Allam, who will remain a Christian, reiterated his belief that Islam is inherently violent, to both its own votaries, and non-Muslims, and criticized The Church for lacking "the vision and courage to denounce the incompatibility of Islam with our [Western] civilization and fundamental rights of the person.”
Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain 13 March 2013
Countless individuals accused of apostasy and blasphemy face threats, imprisonment, and execution
Blasphemy laws in over 30 countries and apostasy laws in over 20 aim primarily to restrict thought, expression and the rights of Muslims, ex-Muslims and non-Muslims alike.
Jihad Watch 7 March 2013
Nicolai Sennels is a Danish licensed psychologist known for his writings about the psychology of Islam and Muslim culture. Sennels is author of the book, "Among Muslim Criminals: a Psychologist's Experiences from the Copenhagen Municipality," based on his work in Danish capital's youth prison Sønderbro
He has also published a high number of articles on the subject, which are spread widely on the internet. Together with renowned writers on Islam such as Ibn Warraq, Hans Jansen and Bat Ye'or and others, Sennels contributed a chapter to the Dutch book Islam: Critical Essays on a Political Religion.
faithfreedom.org 7 March 2013
By Louis Palme
American Thinker 4 March 2013
By JanSuzanne Krasner
The UN and its arms across the world have become a platform for some of its member to spew propaganda and racial hatred against the U.S. and Israel while cloaking their own crimes against humanity
At a recent UN Conference in Vienna, Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan used the podium to address the 2,000 participants, including the UN Secretary-General, the Emir of Qatar, the presidents of Austria and Romania, foreign ministers from Iran and Spain, about crimes against humanity.
AINA (press release) 1 March 2013
By Deborah Weiss
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has long been on the forefront of the Islamist mission to establish the equivalent of Islamic blasphemy laws in the West. Now, during its 12th Islamic Summit held in Cairo February 7-8, 2013, the OIC set forth new and creative ways to silence, and ultimately criminalize criticism of Islam
The OIC is a 57-member state organization that claims to represent 1.5 billion Muslims around the globe. As the second largest international organization in the world, behind only the UN, and as the largest Islamic organization in the world, it is obviously quite powerful. Though it is arguably the largest voting block in the UN, most people have never heard of it.
Australian Conservative 8 February 2013
- Geert Wilders will be visiting Melbourne, Perth and Sydney this month at the invitation of the Q Society
Mr Wilders is a member of the Dutch lower house and leader of the PVV (Partij voor de Vrijheid, The Party for Freedom). Sydney Morning Herald columnist Paul Sheehan notes today that the Q Society sent invitations to 830 state and federal politicians, of which only four were accepted. "The other 99.5 per cent of politicians declined or did not respond,” Sheehan wrote.