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Alexis de Tocqueville on Islam

Citizen Warrior 28 March 2015

Alexis de Tocqueville (1805 – 1859) was a French political thinker and historian best known for his Democracy in America (appearing in two volumes: 1835 and 1840) and The Old Regime and the Revolution (1856).

 
 

Stop Smearing Critics of Islam as Islamophobes

reason.com 20 March 2015
By Brendan O'Neill

The UK-based Islamic Human Rights Commission has disgusted everyone who owns a moral compass by giving its international "Islamophobe of the Year Award” to Charlie

 

How entangled is the terror economy is with our own?

Money Jihad 20 March 2015

France 24 recently interviewed Professor Louise Shelley, author of the book Dirty Entanglements. Shelley discusses the variety of revenue sources available to the Islamic State

 

Wrestling with radical Islam is an uphill battle in France

THE IRISH TIMES 20 March 2015
By Lara Marlowe

French authorities are counting on the country’s Muslim establishment to combat extremism in their community. In a speech to the National Assembly following attacks that

 

Danish editor behind Prophet Mohammed caricatures awarded press prize

International Business Times UK 20 March 2015
By Elsa Buchanan

The Danish editor who commissioned the caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed that triggered deadly protests in some Muslim countries has received a prize from Denmark's national

 

France: Court house vandalized, "The prophet will judge you”, "Warning”

10News.dk 20 March 2015

No wonder that courts are being attacked: 75 percent of Muslims living in Europe think that religious laws are more important than secular laws. In 2014 a court was bombed in

 

What France Really Thinks of U.S. Iran Policy

Gatestone Institute 18 March 2015
By Anne-Elisabeth Moutet

French leaders think the U.S. president is dangerously naïve on Iran's ambitions, and that his notion of making Iran an "objective ally" in the war against ISIS, or even a

 

Police trial expected to expose France's racial rift

Saskatoon StarPhoenix 18 March 2015
By Jamey Keaten and Philippe Sotto

Some things have changed since riots swept across France's troubled neighbourhoods a decade ago. Public money has funded glistening new housing projects with Mondrian-style

 

‘We Took You by Surprise’: Islamic State Lists Exactly Which American and European Landmarks It Plans to Blow Up

TheBlaze.com 16 March 2015
By Sharona Schwartz

An Islamic State group spokesman says the jihadist group aims to "blow up” the White House, Big Ben and the Eiffel Tower on its way to conquering Paris, Rome, Portugal and

 

ISIS Spokesman: ‘We Want Paris Before Rome’

Breitbart 16 March 2015
By John Hayward

The latest communique from the Islamic State, alleged to contain the voice of spokesman Abu Mohammad al-Adnani, specifically mentioned attacks on Paris would come before the

 

ISIS Muslim child executioner: French schoolchildren in shock after recognizing classmate

Atlas Shrugs 16 March 2015
By Pamela Geller

His French schoolmates are in shock. Not for long. They had better get used to it. They ain’t seen nothing yet. This little "lone jihadi” was the son of another "lone

 

French police go on trial 10 years after fierce riots

The Local 16 March 2015

Nearly a decade after three weeks of nightly rioting raged across disaffected French housing projects, two police officers go on trial on Monday over the deaths of two youths

 

Islam's Troubled Historic Record and Dome of the Rock

Right Side News 16 March 2015
By Tom Wallace and Shahram Hadian

Today, with Dr. Janosik's help, we are going to share a different perspective on the history of Islam. Those of you who follow this ministry are familiar with the traditional teachings on the

 

Belgium must do more to prevent its citizens from joining Islamic State

The European Union, with its common market and currency, is a testament to Europeans’ ambition of making war materially impossible in their once-violent continent. The EU’s

 

Charlie Hebdo: Murdered staff given 'Islamophobe of the Year' award

The Independent 12 March 2015
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Charlie Hebdo has been given an international award for 'Islamophobia', two months after 12 members of staff were shot dead in a terror attack. The awards, which were

 

French PM sees 10,000 EU jihadis by 2016

The Daily Star 10 March 2015

As many as 10,000 Europeans could be waging jihad in Iraq and Syria by the end of this year, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls warned Sunday, a three-fold increase on current

 

You've Been Warned: The Dark Future of Europe By An Expert On Muslim Radicalisation

Breitbart 10 March 2015

In a remarkable interview given just days after the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris, a British free speech advocate and expert on Muslim radicalisation gave his worrying

 

Murdered Charlie Hebdo Staff Named 'International Islamophobe Of The Year'

Breitbart 9 March 2015
By Andre Walker

Charlie Hebdo has been named 2015 International Islamophobe of the year, despite many of its staff having been killed by Jihadists in January. The annual ‘award’ was given by

 

The E.U. Experiment Has Failed

Frontpage Mag 9 March 2015
By Bruce Thornton

The slow-motion crisis of the European Union is the big story that rarely gets the attention it deserves. Even an event like the recent terrorist attack in France that left 17

 
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