Freedom of expression

Video: Bobby Jindal claims London has Muslim-only 'no-go zones,' meets skepticism

The Week 24 January 2015

In London on Monday, during a 10-day trip to Europe, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) gave a talk on Islamic extremism to the conservative Henry Jackson Society. He discussed, among

 

France vows to restore French values in schools

The Local 24 January 2015

France unveiled a wide-ranging plan on Wednesday aimed at restoring authority to teachers as well as reinforcing secular and Republican values in schools. It comes after scores

 

Ayatollah Khamenei Appeals to Western Youth on Islam and Prejudice

The New York Times 24 January 2015

In a rare effort to reach out to the West, Iran’s supreme leader released a letter to youngsters in the United States and Europe imploring them to learn about Islam from

 

Germany: Catholic priest banned from preaching after speaking at anti-Islamization protest

Jihad Watch 23 January 2015
By Robert Spencer

It’s the same all over the world: "Talk about extreme, militant Islamists and the atrocities that they have perpetrated globally might undercut the positive achievements that

 

Antwerp Mayor bans anti-Islam demonstration

Expatica 23 January 2015

The Mayor of Antwerp Bart De Wever (nationalist) has banned a march by the Flemish branch of the anti-Islam organisation Pegida. Since October 2014 Pegida has been

 

Looking Away from Europe’s Muslim Problem

City Journal 23 January 2015
By Theodore Dalrymple

It’s easier to condemn Steven Emerson than to confront issues of assimilation and culture. Steven Emerson, the expert on terrorism, has

 

Blasphemy, jihad and victimhood

BBC News 23 January 2015
By Owen Bennett-Jones

The Charlie Hebdo murders marked a tipping point. By selecting a target that symbolised freedom of speech, the Kouachi brothers - who killed 12 people in their 7 January

 

Harry Sterling: Leaders need to confront Islamic extremism

Times Colonist 23 January 2015
By Harry Sterling

This month’s terrorist attacks in Paris have finally convinced some countries’ leaders of the urgent need to band together to confront international terrorism. It’s a growing

 

Former Miss Turkey 'questioned by police' over poem criticising President Erdogan

The Independent 23 January 2015
By Heather Saul

A former Miss Turkey winner was reportedly questioned by police after posting a satirical poem on social media mocking the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Merve

 

"l'Histoire” publishes extensive series of articles on Armenian Genocide

ARMENPRESS 23 January 2015

On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, the February issue of the French authoritative "l'Histoire” journal was published with an extensive series

 

Syria: Musicians punished for playing ‘un-Islamic’ instruments

artsfreedom 23 January 2015

In Bujaq, a few miles to the east of Aleppo in Syria, the ISIS religious police is reported to have beaten up four young men for playing music using socalled ‘un-Islamic’

 

Fact #1: Jews have been living in Israel continuously for over 3,000 years

10 Facts About the Arab-Israeli Conflict 22 January 2015
By Charles Krauthammer

The Jewish people have maintained a well-documented, unbroken presence in Israel for well over 3,000 years, beginning in the 2nd millennium B.C.E., continuing under a long

 

The Religion of Peace – Belligerent Reality

American Center for Democracy 22 January 2015
By Rachel Ehrenfeld

"Sunni and Shiite believers of the fictional "religion of peace” could not have chosen a better time to expand their jihad against the infidels. The misleading portrait of the

 

Bill Warner "The Muslim as Dhimmi"

Center for the Study of Political Islam 22 January 2015
By Bill Warner

I would like to speak with you today about the Muslim as a Dhimmi. (Dhimmis are Christians, Jews and other non-Muslims (defined by Muslims as Kafirs) living in Islamic

 

'It's not Islam!' they say -- but it is

American Thinker 22 January 2015
By Barry Shaw

French President Hollande said the murderous Paris terror attacks were "an insult to Islam.” His prime minister, Manuel Valls, said, "We are at war with terrorism and

 

Some clips from the press conference in lieu of the march that the government of Paris shut down

Vlad Tepes 22 January 2015
By Eeyore

An anti-terorist rally had been planned for Paris on Jan. 18 2015 after the Charlie Hebdo slaughter. The paris police chief, Boucault, saw fit to ban the march on Jan. 16

 

Video: Are there ‘no-go zones’ in France or not?

ezralevant 22 January 2015
By Ezra Levant


Does France really have "no-go zones”? Fox News has come under fire for reporting on these alleged zones. In this special edition of The Source, Ezra digs in to a collection of videos to expose the truth.

 

Pegida leader's Hitler Facebook photo emerges

The Local Germany 22 January 2015

New ire has come from the leader of anti-Islam movement Pegida after newspapers revealed on Wednesday that he once posted a picture of himself dressed as Adolf Hitler

 

Swiss magazine hacked and needs guards after posting article calling the Quran the "core of the problem”

10News.dk 22 January 2015

When politians and Muslims defend Islam or says that Islamic State has nothing to do with Islam and the Quran, they never back their claims with proofs. That is because there

 

Swedish Artist, Critic of Islam, Still Defiant

The Wall Street Journal 22 January 2015
By Anna Molin

STOCKHOLM—Swedish artist Lars Vilks was comparing notes a few months ago with the editor-in-chief of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Both had faced death threats

 
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