Admitting error is rare when Anti-Israel media writes in English, but perusing the Arabic yields treasures beyond your wildest imagination, even confessions on how screwed up this anti-Israel campaign is that is being perpetrated against Israel to boycott anything made by that state.
Apparently the leader of the UK based Muslim Defence League is bit sensitive. It is OK when him and his crew post on their Facebook page about how much they hate Israel, and how the UK will fall to Sharia. But when a non-Muslim brings this to light like I did on this site, “MDL” gets his panties all twisted.
The Cyprus Action Network of America (CANA) demonstrated against the Turkish Embassy in Washington DC on July 20th, 2010 for the entire business day, to mark the 36-year anniversary of the illegal Turkish invasion of Cyprus that began on July 20, 1974. Greek-Cypriot demonstrators from the DC area and from as far away as Florida and New York participated.
Evangelical Christians in America have become Israel's staunchest ally in a world increasingly hostile to the Jewish state.
Answering Infidels 22 July 2010
By David Wood
Consider the following passages about Muhammad and the tolerance of Islam:
[Muhammad] captured the hearts of the people with his boundless sympathy and human kindness. He ruled justly. He did not swerve from truth and righteousness. He did not oppress even his deadly enemies, men who had sworn to kill him, who pelted him with stones, who turned him out of his homeland, who pitched the whole of Arabia against him—nay, not
Family Security Matters 22 July 2010
By Melanie Phillips
Cognitive dissonance on Middle East groundhog day. Khaled abu Toameh asks a question:
When was the last time the United Nations Security Council met to condemn an Arab government for its mistreatment of Palestinians? How come groups and individuals on university campuses in the US and Canada that call themselves ‘pro-Palestinian’ remain silent when Jordan revokes the citizenship of thousands of Palestinians?
You may be wondering why Muhammad based his new religion on old Bible stories, and why he found it necessary to alter them. Muslim scholars insist that the characters and events, at least up to the point of departure, are similar because Yahweh and Allah are the same god. Unfortunately, that makes less sense than the sun falling out of a chariot and angelic wings blotting out the moon.
Book essay: Son of Hamas 16 July 2010
By Henrik R Clausen
Authored by Mosab Hassan Yousef, "Son of Hamas" is a riveting book. It is an autobiographical account of his upbringing in the Palestinian territories, where his father co-founded the Hamas movement, only to see living conditions deterioate from bad to worse, as violence, terrorism and security measures strangled what used to be a reasonably functional society.