The Forbidding of England

The American Spectator 20 June 2012
By Roger Scruton

I ATTENDED AN ordinary English state school in the late 1950s. In our history lessons we were taught that England is the heart of Great Britain, that Great Britain is the heart of an

 

Tunisia’s Close Call

The Majalla Magazine 19 June 2012
By Paula Mejia

Recent demonstrations by salafists in Tunisia have taken a violent turn highlighting lingering issues in the country: the importance of creating a mechanism of dialogue between the

 

Islamists, Military on a Collision Course in Egypt

AINA (press release) 19 June 2012
By Rick Moran

Egyptians finished two days of voting on Sunday, the first relatively free election for president in their history. But indications are that only about 15% of Egypt’s 50 million eligible

 

Islam had better NEVER be part of Germany

Bare Naked Islam 18 June 2012

German President Joachim Gauck recently said in a newspaper interview that Muslims living in Germany are a part of the country, but that Islam is not. Not everyone agrees, unfortunately.

 

The Region: Turkey trots toward Islamism

Jerusalem Post 18 June 2012
By BARRY RUBIN

The Turkish regime is gradually suppressing freedom as its society moves steadily toward a more hardline Islamic identity. Keep in mind that Turkey has been a very self-consciously modern

 
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