Thunderf00t 30 March 2010
If the line is not drawn and defended, then you will lose the battle of free speech inch by inch.
This work is in defense of the video by zomgitscriss where all she basically said was 'if the big bang and evolution are in the Koran, as many Muslims state, then why weren't these discoveries made by Muslims 1400 years ago!'
The following video demonstrates how the Quran could be regarded as a book containing hate speech:
Eticha 24 March 2010
By Hans Erling Jensen
A new chapter opens in the ongoing ”Jihad of Apologies”, where 94,000 descendants of Muhammad sue a series of Danish newspapers (who's next?) for having 'offended' their great idol and forefather Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allah al-Hashimi al-Qurashi (a Muslim prophet) by reprinting the Kurt Westergaard cartoon of their forefather with a bomb in the turban.
A high authority in Islam, explains how wife beating is sanctioned in Islam, but it isn't so much beating as it is, punching, or shoving. But only if they do ot obey.
WE may scoff at the idea that the Olympic Games have anything to do with the “endeavor to place sport at the service of humanity and thereby to promote peace,” as the Olympic charter enshrines as its ideal. But at least nations across the world were able to put aside differences for two weeks of friendly competition in Vancouver.
Gates of Vienna 27 February 2010
Early this morning, Editor-in-Chief Tøger Seidenfaden of the Danish newspaper Politiken — "The New York Times of Denmark” — announced that his paper had reached a settlement with the "descendants of the Prophet Mohammed”.
Should Fox News register with the State Department as a foreign agent -- an agent of Saudi Arabia? First off, is that a farfetched question?
Not when a leading member of the ruling family of the Sharia-totalitarian "kingdom" of Saudi Arabia, Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, has made himself the second-largest shareholder of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp., Fox News' parent company.
The 57-member Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) has been the focus of considerable attention recently as a result of its continuous attempts to circumscribe free and open discourse regarding Islam and terrorism, but one of its lesser-known initiatives may well already be on a collision course with US law.
By Henrik R Clausen 13 - 25 January 2010
The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership, also known as EuroMed, has been pretty much under the radar for 15 years. When it caused some public discussion in 2007, it was renamed ”Union for the Mediterranean”, and quietly permitted to proceed. Not much was heard of it, but now EuropeNews has the scoop: It is being established now – and we have a window of merely 14 days to protest it.
Ayn Rand Institute 13 January 2010
Yaron Brook comments on foreign policy in light of increasing terrorist attacks, and explains what a proper response to them would be.