Faithfreedom.org 26 March 2013
By Andrew Bostom
In a profoundly symbolic gesture (hat tip Tundra Tabloids), which epitomizes the Catholic Church’s abject dhimmitude, high-profile Muslim convert to Christianity Magdi Cristiano Allam, has renounced his Catholicism because of what he terms the Church’s weakness toward, and legitimation of, Islam.
Allam, who will remain a Christian, reiterated his belief that Islam is inherently violent, to both its own votaries, and non-Muslims, and criticized The Church for lacking "the vision and courage to denounce the incompatibility of Islam with our [Western] civilization and fundamental rights of the person.”
FRONTPAGEMAG.COM 14 March 2013
By Robert Spencer
Jorge Bergoglio, Pope Francis, assumes the papal throne at a time when Christians in many countries around the world are more threatened, and are living more precariously, than they have for centuries
Christians face violent persecution on an increasingly frequent basis in Pakistan, Egypt, and Nigeria, and to a lesser degree in Malaysia, Indonesia, Iraq, and elsewhere in the Islamic world. Yet for the most part the Church in recent years has been silent about this persecution, and in the West has pursued "dialogue” with Islamic groups that glosses over the grim and bloody realities that all too many Christians in the Islamic world face.
Did you see what the cardinals did in the Sistine Chapel?
Jihad Watch 7 March 2013
Nicolai Sennels is a Danish licensed psychologist known for his writings about the psychology of Islam and Muslim culture. Sennels is author of the book, "Among Muslim Criminals: a Psychologist's Experiences from the Copenhagen Municipality," based on his work in Danish capital's youth prison Sønderbro
He has also published a high number of articles on the subject, which are spread widely on the internet. Together with renowned writers on Islam such as Ibn Warraq, Hans Jansen and Bat Ye'or and others, Sennels contributed a chapter to the Dutch book Islam: Critical Essays on a Political Religion.
The Voice of Russia 23 January 2013
By Italy will support the international mission in Mali. It is sending two transport aircraft C-130 and one Boeing KC-767A on service with the Italian Air Force.
Italy will support the international mission in Mali. It is sending two transport aircraft C-130 and one Boeing KC-767A on service with the Italian Air Force. (continue reading...)