Danish researcher compare religious texts of 10 biggest religions and concludes: Islam is the most violent religion
Islam versus Europe 6 May 2013
This research is from 2005 but is only rarely mentioned in English in general. From JyllandsPosten, Islam is the most violent religion:
"The religious texts in Islam calls upon its followers to commit terror and conflict to a much higher degree than any other religion, concludes Tina Magaard, who graduated from the Sorbonne in Paris as a PhD in Textual Analysis and Intercultural Communication after a three-year research project that compared the basic texts from 10 religions.
Islam versus Europe 30 April 2013
"Islam does not fit into the Western World"
- - Israel: 65%
- Canada: 49%
- USA: 44%
- South Korea: 29%
- Turkey: 25%
- Spain: 65%
- Swizerland: 59%
- France: 55%
- Germany (East): 51%
- Germany (West): 49%
- Sweden: 48%
- Great Britain: 46%
Honest Danish police: Inbreeding make Arabs less intelligent and more criminal. Arabs are racist against Danes.
Gates of Vienna 4 April 2013
Fjordman’s latest essay has been published at FrontPage Mag. Some excerpts are below:
A report prepared by groups in the various Nordic countries has proposed instituting a legal ban on anti-Feminist "hatred,” comparing this to "racism.” Representing the left-wing coalition government in Norway, Ahmad Ghanizadeh from the Socialist Left Party (SV), the State Secretary in the Ministry of Children, Equality and Social Inclusion, was positive towards the proposal, and promised that the government would look into it.
From techno DJ in Denmark to martyrdom fighting Assad in Syria: the life and death of Slimane Hadj Abderrahmane
American Thinker 26 March 2013
By Janet Tassel
This was a busy week for Boston's rabbis. Since it was almost Passover, there were the same-sex and outreach seders to arrange, as well as the blast e-mails damning guns and blessing Obama's trip to Israel
However, in a suburb of Boston there is one rabbi, Jonathan Hausman, known to his groupies as "the warrior-rabbi," who this week did something different: He opened his synagogue, Ahavath Torah, to a large crowd, for a rare opportunity to meet and listen to Danish free-speech activist Lars Hedegaard. Hedegaard, as you probably know, is the latest in a line of prominent people targeted for death. Their crime? "Islamophobia."
Cynical as I am about the media's stance toward critics of Islam, even I was taken aback by an article that was posted Thursday evening on the website of the Danish newspaper Ekstra Bladet, and that I assume appeared in Friday's print edition
Headlined "Lars Hedegaard moves" and written by Bo Poulsen, the article began by informing readers that on the previous day the possessions of the Islam critic, who survived an assassination attempt last month at his apartment in the Copenhagen suburb of Frederiksberg, had been loaded into a moving van and driven off.