EuropeNews 7 December 2010
This is the speech held by MP Peter Skaarup in the Danish parliament building, invited by the Danish Free Press Society, at the event "The Fight Against the New Totalitarianism", November 27th 2010.
Four Dutch-Moroccan women, Rabea, Zohra, Ibtisam and Saïda, were all sexually abused by members of their families: their fathers, uncles, brothers or cousins. After years of silence, they have decided to
The public marriage celebration in Malaysia between a 14-year-old girl and a 23-year-old teacher has triggered a call for a fresh debate on child marriage. On Saturday, schoolgirl Siti Maryam Mahood and Abdul
A MUSLIM Imam who lectures on non-violence and advises the German government on interfaith issues has been arrested in Germany for beating up his wife. She was allegedly assaulted so badly that she suffered
A Muslim imam who lectures on non-violence and advises the German government on interfaith issues has been arrested in Germany for beating up his wife. Sheikh Abu Adam, 40, is now on remand in Munich while
ERBIL, Iraqi Kurdistan: A survey by the Kurdistan Minstiry of Health shows that 41 percent of women have gone under the practise of female genuital mutilation (FGM). The survey was carried out in July this
If you think the Muslim burka is about as far from looking like “swim wear” as you can imagine, think again. Some Muslim women in Australia beg to differ. And the West Australia Health Department and Office
Daniel Pipes is one of the best known American writers on Islam and Islamism. He is the founder and director of the Middle East Forum, a conservative think tank, and was a political advisor to Rudolph Giuliani. Citizen Times spoke with him about the difference between Islam and Islamism, integration of Muslims in Europe and Muslim reformers.
Save Free Speech 28 November 2010
Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff delivered the following speech at a conference held on November 27th 2010 in Copenhagen, sponsored by the International Free Press Society.
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Good news everybody. Saudi Arabia now has a seat on the women's board at the United Nations. That's right, a regime where it's illegal for women to drive or leave the house without being accompanied by a
SaveFreeSpeech.org 24 November 2010
The first hearing in Elisabeth’s case will take place in the court of Vienna on November 23rd, starting at 9:00 CET. In collaboration with EuropeNews and Tundra Tabloids, we will be live blogging the event from the morning, aiming to decipher exactly what is the offense Elisabeth is charged with.