Freedom of expression

Why Turkey wants journalists with ‘one eye closed’

The Star 27 May 2014
By Tanya Talaga

Turkey is facing a press freedom crisis. The scope was first revealed a year ago during violent protests in Taksim Square. Thirty journalists were hurt — and dozens were fired


Turkish court orders arrest of four Israeli generals over jihad flotilla

Atlas Shrugs 27 May 2014
By Pamela Geller

These bloodthirsty savages should be prosecuted for war crimes, but in this upside-down world, Obama’s “most trusted ally” is calling for the arrest of the Jewish victims.


Prince Charles: The Muslim world should tolerate its Christians

Western Daily Press 27 May 2014

For more than twenty years, I have tried to build bridges between Islam and Christianity and to dispel ignorance and misunderstanding between them. Islam is the second largest


UK Islamic Charity Faces Anti-Semitism and Homophobia Probe

International Business Times 27 May 2014
By Aaron Akinyemi

A leading Islamic charity in the UK is being investigated amid allegations that it promotes anti-Semitism and has called for gay people and adulterers to be stoned to death.


Video: Dr. Mazin Qumsiyeh on Palestine Today and In the Future

Talk by Dr. Mazin Qumsiyeh of Bethlehem University (Video by Jase Tanner)


Nasrallah’s latest war speech is taken literally by Israeli military chiefs

DEBKA 27 May 2014

The Hizballah leader Hassan Nasrallah’s belligerent speech Sunday night, May 25, on the 14th anniversary of the IDF’s withdrawal from south Lebanon, was taken by Israel’s top


Muslim Group Proceeding In Lawsuit Against Harper, PMO Spokesman

Huffington Post 27 May 2014
By Jim Bronskill

A national Muslim council is proceeding with a lawsuit against Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his chief spokesman for allegedly linking the organization to a terrorist group.


Boko Haram violence explodes; the West struggles to “understand”

Family Security Matters 27 May 2014
By Andrew E. Harrod

Nigeria's jihadist group Boko Haram was recently featured in several Washington, DC, briefings, including a presentation by a Nigerian teenager who was the lone survivor of a family


Gang Raping, "I Love Al-Qaeda" and Who Is Advancing Islam?

Gatestone Institute 25 May 2014
By Soeren Kern

In Austria, police say they believe that two teenage girls who vanished from their homes in the capital of Vienna on April 10 may be in Turkey, and that whoever helped them get there is using them as pin-up girls to boost recruitment efforts for the "holy war" in Syria.


Austrian Ski Burka Ban Denounced as Tourism Apartheid

The Frontpage Mag 25 May 2014
By Daniel Greenfield

The word Apartheid is swiftly losing all meaning. First Iran claimed Nuclear Apartheid. Now there’s Tourism Apartheid. Will the Apartheids never cease?


Erdogan visit polarizes Germany's Turks

DW 25 May 2014

German politicians of all stripes have spoken out against Recep Tayyip Erdogan's upcoming visit to Cologne. Germany's large Turkish minority is split on whether to embrace


Iranian Women "Exposing Themselves” on Facebook

Clarion Project 24 May 2014

An increasing number of Iranian women have been pushing back against Iranian religious restrictions and refusing to wear the Hijab. A Facebook page called My Stealthy Freedom


If Muhammad Was Alive Today They Would Arrest Him Too

The Huffington Post 24 May 2014
By Shahla Khan Salter

The world was rocked this month by more atrocities, committed under the guise of "Islam." The first was the kidnapping of more than 270 Nigerian schoolgirls by the terrorist


NY Daily News: "Anti-Muslim group sparks controversy by posting ads featuring Hitler on Washington, D.C. buses”

Atlas Shrugs 24 May 2014
By Pamela Geller

Here’s the thing — the media and various groups representing yesterday’s men are floored by the image of Hitler, but why aren’t they just as floored by the Muslim Hitler, the


Home Depot’s Double Standard: Fires Christian, Allows Terror-linked Muslim Group to Proselytize

Creeping Sharia 24 May 2014

Home Depot fired Trevor Keezor in October 2009 for wearing a button that read "One nation under God, indivisible” when he worked for the Home Depot in Okeechobee, Florida.


Iranian actress Leila Hatami faces public flogging 24 May 2014
By Damien McElroy

A red carpet peck on the cheek by Leila Hatami, the Iranian actress at the Cannes Film Festival has been reported to the country’s courts by activists who are seeking a public


Iran: Censored writer publish novel on Facebook 24 May 2014

After trying and failing for years to obtain a publishing license for his novel, Iranian writer and journalist Mohammad Motlagh finally had enough. Instead of taking the


Video: Sweden goes insane

youtube 20 May 2014
By Pat Condell


Danish-Iranian Artist Shreds the Koran

FrontPage Magazine 20 May 2014
By Mark Tapson

Apparently Danish-Iranian artist Firoozeh Bazrafkan didn’t learn her lesson back in September when a Danish high court found her guilty of racism for making anti-Islam


Wilders: Saudi Arabia Horrible Country the Netherlands Should Boycott

After Saudi Arabia threatened to boycott the Netherlands because of PVV leader Geert Wilders’ remarks about Islam, Mohammed and the Koran, Wilders replied. He said that Saudi

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