Right Side News 30 May 2011
By Vin Ienco
The (lack of) Rights of a Muslim woman
The Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia is in the news again this week, with the arrest of a 32 year old female Computer Security Consultant named Manal al-Sharif.
Manal was arrested by Saudis religious traffic police for ‘inciting women to drive’ and ‘inciting public opinion’. Two days prior to her arrest, Manal had posted a video of herself on youtube, defying what is in effect a religious ban or ‘fatwa’, on driving.
Gates of Vienna 26 May 2011
By Nicolai Sennels
Nicolai Sennels returns with a guest-essay about the looming water crisis in the Middle East, and a modest proposal for how it might be used to the West’s advantage.
Arab drought: An "Oil for water” policy is an option
Saudi Macho-Male Facebook Effort To Deter Women From Driving As Women Wage Another Campaign To Get Behind The Wheel
Family Security Matters 23 May 2011
By Amil Imani
The dictionary defines apartheid as: An official policy of racial segregation promulgated in the Republic of South Africa with a view to promoting and maintaining white ascendancy.
In 1973, the General Assembly of the United Nations opened for signature and ratification the International Convention on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid (ICSPCA). It defined the crime of apartheid as:
Partij voor de Vrijheid 14 May 2011
By Geert Wilders
Dear friends from Tennessee. I am very happy to be in your midst today. I am happy and proud to be in this impressive church.
My friends, I am here to speak words of truth and freedom.
Do you know why America is in a better state than Europe? Because you enjoy more freedom than Europeans.
And do you know why Americans enjoy more freedom than Europeans? Because you are still allowed to tell the truth.