Top ten reasons why sharia is bad for all societies

American Thinker 03 November 2009
By James Arlandson

Traditional Muslims who understand the Quran and the hadith believe that sharia (Islamic law) expresses the highest and best goals for all societies. It is the will of Allah.

But is Islam just in its laws that Muhammad himself practiced and invented?

This article says no for ten verifiable reasons.

Here are four points you must read, before reading this article:


Muslim Immigrant Starts Anti-Semitic Party in Sweden

Sveriges Radio 03 November 2009

A Swedish radical Muslim has started political cooperation with both right and left wing extremists to build up an anti-Semitic party. Poet and journalist Mohamed Omar intends to fight what he calls the “danger


Where is Turkey at human rights?

Hurriyet Daily News 03 November 2009

To what extent is the state respectful to human rights in Turkey? What are the main human rights issues? You may find answers in the European Court of Human Rights, or ECHR, decisions and the Progress Report released by the European Commission.


US report criticizes religious freedom abuses in Iran

WashingtonTV Oct 27 2009

The US State Department named Iran as one of the world’s worst offenders in abusing religious freedom, in an annual report released on Monday.


Islamists who want to destroy the state and establish a unitary Islamic caliphate received £100,000 Government funding

ccfon 26 Oct 2009

An Islamist group, whose goal is to combine all Muslim countries in a unitary Islamic caliphate and which is regarded as an ‘organisation of concern’ by the Home Office, has secured more than £100,000 of taxpayers’ money for grants to teach their ideology to children.


CAIR's 'flying imams' strategy: Sue everyone

WorldNetDaily 22 Oct 2009
By David Kupelian

Declaring the “flying imams” case – settled out-of-court yesterday in favor of the imams – to be as important to Muslims as the iconic Rosa Parks case was to blacks during the 1950s, the head of a controversial Islamic nonprofit organization in the nation’s capital revealed the strategy his organization embraced in pursuing the imam’s legal case: Sue everyone in sight, including passengers who, frightened by what they considered bizarre behavior, alerted authorities that a terror attack might be imminent.


The clash of uncivilisations

Melaniephilips.com 22 Oct 2009
By Melanie Philips

The frenzy over the participation of BNP leader Nick Griffin on Question Time this week has been a classic case of failing to identify the real elephant in the room.

By fixating on the ‘far right’ as the supremely evil force in British public life, the mainstream political class has failed to grasp that a half-baked neo-Nazi rabble is not the main issue. There is another more lethal type of fascism on the march in the form of Islamic supremacism.


Rights Watchdog, Lost in the Mideast

New York Times 19 Oct 2009
By Robert L. Bernstein

AS the founder of Human Rights Watch, its active chairman for 20 years and now founding chairman emeritus, I must do something that I never anticipated: I must publicly join the group’s critics. Human Rights Watch had as its original mission to pry open closed societies, advocate basic freedoms and support dissenters. But recently it has been issuing reports on the Israeli-Arab conflict that are helping those who wish to turn Israel into a pariah state.


OSCE - What is a 'message crime'? (updated)

EuropeNews 08 October 2009
By Henrik Ræder Clausen, ICLA Denmark

Report from OSCE 2009 Human Dimension Implemention Meeting.

Related ICLA papers:
ICLA Contribution on Tolerance and Non-discrimination
Freedom of Expression: New challenges, new responses

I didn't expect that I'd start out my report from this conference by picking up a lead from COJEP, but so be it. They introduced the concept of a 'Message crime', in order to convey the real significance of the much-debated hate crimes. This term cuts through a ton of confusion and is worth adopting. For details, read on.


Israel Objects to Turkish TV Show - Portrays Israeli Soldiers Shooting Palestinian Children

CBS News 15 October 2009

Israel's foreign minister has ordered ministry officials to summon Turkey's ambassador in Israel and protest to him over a Turkish TV series that reportedly portrays Israeli soldiers murdering innocent children.


CAIR's Inner Workings Exposed

DanielPipes.org 15 Oct 2009

The Council on American-Islamic Relations has, since its founding in 1994, served as the Islamist movement in North America's most high-profile, belligerent, manipulative, and aggressive agency. From its headquarters in Washington, D.C., CAIR also sets the agenda and tone for the entire Wahhabi lobby.


New York-Based Muslim's Web Site Calls for God to 'Kill the Jews'

MyFox Houston 14 October 2009

A New York bicycle cabbie who last year used his Web site to mock the beheading of journalist Daniel Pearl posted a prayer calling for the murder of Jews and exhorting Muslims to “throw liquid drain



Video: Iran Attacks UN Watch for Exposing its Abuses at U.N.

UN Watch 28 Sept 2009

Iran attacks UN Watch for exposing its human rights abuses. Speech delivered by Nazanin Afshin Jam, co-founder of Stop Child Executions, before the UN Human Rights Council, September 16, 2009.


Hamas Vocabulary Lesson: Many Ways to Say 'Slaughter the Jews'

Arutz Sheva  25 September 2009
By Nissan Ratzlav-Katz

A recent children's television program broadcast from Gaza teaches Muslim Arab children several different vocabulary words for "slaughtering" the Jews in the Land of Israel. The theme is hardly new for the


What kind of crisis do we need?

EuropeNews 24 Sept 2009
By Henrik R Clausen

A friend of mine asked me recently what kind of crisis we'd need to make people wake up to the increasing risk from the Stealth Jihad – something like another Muhammad cartoon, or something dramatic with many people dead or wounded? Good question indeed.

Now, one basic principle underlies my opinion of this: I don't like killing. Sure, another huge terrorist attack would call headlines and make lots of people aware of the risk of radical Islam. But would it help? I doubt it.


CAIR'S 'Obsession' ban at Pennsylvania school

TheThirdJihad.com 24 Sept 2009

The producers of the award-winning documentary film, Obsession: Radical Islam’s War Against the West, and its hard-hitting sequel, The Third Jihad, are troubled to learn that the Council Rock High School in Newtown, Pennsylvania, was pressured into dropping Obsession from its lesson plan by its local CAIR chapter.


Germany wants U.N. walkout if Amadinejad denies Holocaust

Reuters 23 September 2009

Germany will walk out of the U.N. General Assembly if Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad denies the Holocaust in a speech he will give Wednesday, and it wants other European Union countries to do the


Mourners Protest Islamic Attacks on Copts in Egypt

CompassDirect 23 Sept 2009

A funeral for a Coptic Christian gruesomely killed on a village street north of Cairo by a Muslim assailant last week turned into a protest by hundreds of demonstrators in Egypt.


EU condemns Ahmadinejad's Holocaust declarations

Expatica 21 September 2009

Brussels. Ahmadinejad renewed his comments about Israel and the "myth" of the Holocaust that have previously sparked an international outcry. The European Union on Sunday condemned declarations

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