Racism

A Warning to America: Geert Wilders in Nashville, Tennessee 5/12/11

Family Security Matters 16 May 2011
By Andrew Bostom

Dutch Parliamentarian Geert Wilders gave a speech last evening in Nashville at the Cornerstone Church, reproduced, below.

James Freeman Clarke (1810-1888), was an American theologian, philosopher, author, and abolitionist. He also became one of the first American scholars to study and write about Eastern religions, including, notably, Islam. Freeman Clarke’s 1883 "Ten Great Religions,” includes this remarkably compendious assessment of Islam—a most fitting introduction to Wilders speech:

 

Report: Anti-Semitism Strong Among Muslim Students

langlophone 16 May 2011

BRUSSELS – On Friday, De Morgen published the results of a study titled "Jong in Brussel” that claims half of Brussels’ Muslim students are anti-Semites (link in Dutch). Sociologist Mark Elchardus of

 

Rioting Arabs Try to Storm Jewish Homes in Old Jerusalem

The Gateway Pundit 16 May 2011
By Jim Hoft

Raging Arabs tried to storm Jewish homes in Old Jerusalem following the funeral of a Palestinian teen who was shot dead yesterday in rioting. Israeli riot police and an undercover unit arrest

 

Can state-worship now be classified as a religion? It's certainly faith-based

Telegraph.co.uk 11 May 2011
By Ed West

Is belief in the BBC a form of religion? While the most obvious answer might be, "no, don’t be stupid, I’m telling John Rentoul”, stranger things have happened.

 

Challenging the Slander at Columbia’s Israel-Bashing Event

FrontPage Magazine 10 May 2011
By Phil Orenstein

The Center for Palestinian Studies (CPS) at Columbia University hosted an event on May 2, 2011 entitled "Gaza: Israel’s War and the Goldstone Report.” The panel of rabid anti-Israel academics included Norman Finkelstein, author of "This Time We Went Too Far: Truth and Consequences of the Gaza Invasion;” Rashid Khalidi, author of "The Iron Cage” and former professor of political science at DePaul University who was denied tenure and resigned; Edward Said, professor of Arab studies at Columbia and co-director of CPS; and Peter Weiss, vice president of the Center for Constitutional Rights.

 

Poor, minorities push back against booming Turkey's urban renewal

Christian Science Monitor 10 May 2011
By Alexander Christie-Miller

Izmir, Turkey: Standing in his gutted cafe, Ahmet Bulut ponders his sudden transformation from proud shop owner to scrap-metal gatherer. His Kurdish neighborhood, situated in this picturesque

 

Video: Sudanese Islamic Scholar Sheik ‘Atiyya Muhammad Sa’id Calls US President Obama an Apostate Who Must Be Executed

Winds of Jihad 10 May 2011
By sheikyermami

"The Path of Osama Bin Laden Is Our Path” No doubt Holder sees this guy as one of "his people”…. Following are excerpts from a statement by Sheik ‘Atiyya Muhammad Sa’id, a member of the Sudanese Islamic Scholars Association, at a rally, which was posted on the Internet on May 5, 2011/MEMRI presents:


 

Understanding The English Defence League

Liberties Alliance 9 May 2011

To whom it may concern,

I’m writing with regard to the document you signed, a document issued to you by members of the turban campaign, something that slanders not just myself but also the English Defence League.

When I noticed the lies in this joint statement I thought to myself, "just ignore it”. I thought that anybody who is deluded enough to believe this nonsense is not worth wasting time on. Time trying help them realise the truth seemed just a waste of effort. Some people are just blind to truth anyway so why even bother? But when I was speaking to my grandmother the other day about this situation, she made me understand that this could be a negative way to proceed. So upon reflection, I would like to take this opportunity to apologise for my arrogance. This is me reaching out to all those people who have been hoodwinked into believing slander from the ideological opponents of the EDL.

 

CUNY Trustees Set to Honor Anti-Israel Playwright–Do They Dare Accept My Challenge?

David Horowitz's NewsReal Blog 9 May 2011
By Phyllis Chesler

As I predicted, CUNY has almost immediately reversed itself. Amidst an internet and email uprising by its faculty and by leading members of the left intelligentsia, the CUNY board of trustees will meet Monday to reconsider its decision to deny an honorary doctorate to playwright Tony Kushner.

Benno C. Schmidt Jr., chairman of the CUNY board since 2003, said in a statement that he believed the board had "made a mistake of principle, and not merely of policy,” in failing to approve the degree from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice at its meeting on Monday. Mr. Schmidt scheduled a meeting for this coming Monday of the board’s seven-member executive committee, which has the power to reconsider any board decision that is detrimental to the university.

 

Pro-Hamas Israel-Hate Fest in Germany

Arutz Sheva  9 May 2011
By Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu

A German city funded and hosted a pro-Hamas "The Return Generation Knows the Way” conference Saturday, complete with Nazi terminology and incitement for suicide bombings.

 

A Letter To Members And Supporters Of The Turban Campaign

To whom it may concern, I’m writing with regard to the document you signed, a document issued to you by members of the turban campaign, something that slanders not just myself but also

 

Radical Islam Finds a Home at UC Berkeley Law School

Weasel Zippers 9 May 2011

The leftist love affair with Islamism continues. Via American Thinker: The exploitation of the University of California’s Bay Area law schools as a platform for Arab and Islamist propaganda

 

A Picture of Dualism

Political Islam 6 May 2011
By Bill Warner

The most difficult thing to understand about Islam is discerning the mixed message we keep hearing. The government, media and professors talk about a wonderful Islam that is a blessing to humanity and America, in particular. This Islam is so wonderful that anyone who resists it is a bigot, a hater, an Islamophobe. But there is another Islam that lurks in the background—violence, rape, lies, deception, and ever increasing Muslim immigration.

 

Human rights violations cost Turkey 25 million euros last year

Brussels - Breaches of the European Convention on Human Rights last year cost Turkey just under 25 million euros (37 million dollars), officials from Europe's top human rights watchdog said on

 

Radical Islam at UC Berkeley Law

American Thinker 6 May 2011
By Stephen Schwartz

The exploitation of the University of California's law schools as platforms for Arab and Islamist propaganda continues. A convocation on "Litigating Palestine," replete with extreme

 

Hedegaard Show Trial in Denmark

American Thinker 5 May 2011
By Andrew G. Bostom

I learned of the horrific "honor" murder of a 20-year-old Muslim young woman in Michigan by her pious Muslim stepfather, within a short time after receiving news of the profoundly disturbing turn of events in the Lars Hedegaard show trial (background here, here, and here).

Juxtaposed, the two stories epitomize the self-loathing depravity afflicting the West

 

Phyllis Chesler Protecting Muslim Girls From Rape is Now a Crime in Europe

David Horowitz's NewsReal Blog 5 May 2011
By Phyllis Chesler

Freedom of speech and women’s rights just took a major hit in Denmark earlier today when the public prosecutor found Lars Hedegaard, the President of the Danish (and International) Free Press Society, guilty of "hate speech” under section 266b of the Danish penal code.

Hedegaard’s crime was to note "the great number of family rapes in areas dominated by Muslim culture in Denmark.”

The prosecutor’s crime is far greater. Now, courtesy of this prosecution, it is officially "racist” to tell the truth about sexual violence against women in Denmark, at least when that violence is perpetrated by Muslim fathers, uncles, or cousins.

 

Video: Vin's Notes on Islamism: Part Ten

Family Security Matters 5 May 2011
By Vin Ienco

The Deafening Silence regarding Islamic Slavery. In the state of South Kordofan, Sudan, are the Nuba Mountains. A tenuous cease fire exists and tensions are high as the armed militias roam the mountains and oil fields freely. This area saw some of the most brutal Darfur-style violence and the fear of the people is that they would again be plunged into war.

 

The Armenian Genocide, The Forgotten Genocide-Part II

In the early twentieth century a new dawn seemed to be rising over the Ottoman Empire. Abdul Hamid II was still on the throne. However, his power was increasingly limited by

 

• President of Danish Free Press Society convicted for 'Racism'

Danish Free Press Society
3 May 2011

The President of the Free Press Society, Lars Hedegaard, was declared guilty of racist statements.

Lars Hedegaard was today found guilty of hate speech under Article 266b of the Danish penal code. The background is a good 35 minutes long interview to the site snaphanen.dk which Hedegaard gave in December 2009.

 
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