Freedom of expression

Why Proposed 'Blasphemy Laws' Would Ban Islam

American Thinker 10 March 2015
By Raymond Ibrahim


Soon after Muslim gunmen killed 12 people at Charlie Hebdo offices, which published satirical caricatures of Muslim prophet Muhammad, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) -- the "collective voice of the Muslim world” and second largest intergovernmental organization after the United Nations

 

The BBC's Sima Kotecha: Islam is 'a religion of peace'

American Thinker 10 March 2015
By Paul Austin Murphy

The BBC really should try harder. Think about it. The BBC uses an Islamophile journalist (who nearly always writes on Muslim-related issues) to do a piece on whether or

 

Austria defends new law on foreign funding of mosques

The Guardian 10 March 2015
By Julian Borger

Austria’s foreign minister has rejected criticism of the country’s new law on Islam aimed at cutting off foreign influence and funding, arguing that the legislation should

 

You've Been Warned: The Dark Future of Europe By An Expert On Muslim Radicalisation

Breitbart 10 March 2015

In a remarkable interview given just days after the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris, a British free speech advocate and expert on Muslim radicalisation gave his worrying

 

What Antidote to Radical Islam?

Algemeiner 9 March 2015

"Radical Islam is the problem, moderate Islam is the solution,” has been my watchword since 2002, meaning that Islam’s many problems will be solved only when Muslims leave

 

Murdered Charlie Hebdo Staff Named 'International Islamophobe Of The Year'

Breitbart 9 March 2015
By Andre Walker

Charlie Hebdo has been named 2015 International Islamophobe of the year, despite many of its staff having been killed by Jihadists in January. The annual ‘award’ was given by

 

Geert Wilders wants protection for PVV election candidates

Dutch News 9 March 2015

PVV leader Geert Wilders has called for official protection for the party’s candidates in next week’s provincial elections. He says candidates are being confronted by ‘attacks

 

The E.U. Experiment Has Failed

Frontpage Mag 9 March 2015
By Bruce Thornton

The slow-motion crisis of the European Union is the big story that rarely gets the attention it deserves. Even an event like the recent terrorist attack in France that left 17

 

No travel, no Sharia, no citizenship: UK Home Office unveils tough anti-Islamist strategy

RT 9 March 2015

A new government anti-extremist strategy will ban thousands of Britons from traveling to conflict zones, target Sharia courts, and make it harder to obtain citizenship. The

 

Denmark debates putting Muhammad cartoons in school text books

The Washington Post 9 March 2015
By Adam Taylor

Just weeks ago, a Danish cafe hosting Lars Vilks, a Swedish cartoonist who caused controversy for drawing the prophet Muhammad, was the scene of a shooting that left one dead.

 

Erdogan is turning his country into an Islam-tilted dictatorship

National Post 9 March 2015
By Robert Fulford

A decade ago Turkey was the shining hope of optimists in the West, one state in the Middle East fulfilling its promise. The policies of modern Turkey’s founder, Kemal Atatürk,

 

Celebrating International Women’s Day is not enough

The Commentator 9 March 2015
By Clare George-Hilley

International Women’s Day is an impressive global celebration, encouraging effective action for advancing and recognising women from all walks of life around the globe. Like many

 

'Inevitable' that Extremists Gained Entry into UK Schools

The Clarion Project 9 March 2015
By Samuel Westrop

The Daily Telegraph reports that the British education watchdog, Ofsted, has placed yet another British school "in special measures... with its head and governors likely to be

 

French recruit in latest IS propaganda video

Swiss News 9 March 2015

A French Islamic State fighter painted a rosy picture of life under the group's so-called caliphate in a video released Saturday, the latest example of the jihadists' campaign

 

Heroes in Egypt Confront Islamist Ideology

The Gatestone Institute 9 March 2015
By Michael Armanious

What made Egyptian President Sisi's speech remarkable is that he pointed to the problem within and did not blame a Western or Jewish conspiracy for the problems facing

 

Saudis Honor Cleric Who Calls US 'Terrorist'; Kanye West's Obama Phone Boast Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://w

News Max 9 March 2015

1. US No Longer Has Top Corporate Tax Rate 2. Kanye West: Obama Calls Me at Home 3. Saudis Honor Televangelist Who Called US 'Terrorist' 4. Young Republicans: Legalize

 

Michigan City Unanimously Passes Muslim-Based Resolution Against ‘Hatred’

Christian News 9 March 2015
By Heather Clark

A city council in Michigan has unanimously voted to pass a Muslim-based resolution against religious discrimination and hatred. While the resolution does not specifically

 

Video: Lebanese TV host fires back after being told to 'shut up' because she is a woman

The Independent 9 March 2015


Lebanese TV host Rima Karaki pulled the feed on a Muslim scholar after he told her it was beneath him to be interviewed by a woman. Things got heated when the Lebanese journalist

 

New Zealand and Islam deserve deeper joint study

New Zealand needs more Islamic and inter-religious studies, writes Majid Daneshgar. History tells us the mutual relationship between Easterners and Westerners brought about

 

Scene from an Execution: Iran Executing Six Sunni Men

The Gatestone Institute 9 March 2015
By Shadi Paveh

"No one had any idea that the executions were to be taking place right away, not even the men themselves... The men were in iron cages, with shackled hands and feet." — Sister

 
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