New Danish designs for Muslim women combine the traditional headscarf with modern Western designs - but also send a signal to Danish politicians as well as Muslim fundamentalists that women should be free to wear a headscarf as they want.
Thank you for the opportunity to come here today – thank you to Mr. Roy Brown for initiating this conference.
Ladies and gentlemen, let me start by saying:
ISLAMABAD. A resolution against the publication of blasphemous caricatures of the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) in various countries will be presented in the upcoming session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), an Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC) representative said on Tuesday.
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The Tundra Tabloids' good friend and colleague, ESW, forwards the text of her speech given at the recent Counterjihad Conference held in Florence, Italy, over this past weekend.
Both Filip Dewinter and Geert Wilders were there to receive the Oriana Fallaci awards which were presented by the Una Via per Oriana organization.
Though the TT was unable to attend the conference, there will be periodic postings at the Tundra Tabloids about the conference as the soon as the information begins to flow its way. Here is one of the speeches given at the event, which was held on the anniversary of Oriana Fallaci's death.
People and networks in Denmark are probably sending money abroad which is being used to finance terror acts by al-Qaeda against Danish interests, according to a new report from the Center for Terroranalyse (CTA).
By Naser Khader, September 11 2008
Today marks the seven year anniversary of the attack on World Trade Center in New York. At least 2,986 people lost their lives in the terrorist assault, which was planned and executed by Al Qaeda.
The tragedy came as a shock to the free and democratic world, and the response was swift. The War on Terror was declared, and also Denmark volunteered to join battling the evil that terrorism is an expression of.
This spring the UN Human Rights Council will be hosting a large conference on racism. While it is praiseworthy to work against racism and discrimination, there is still ample reason to be on guard against the pressure from some Islamic countries at this particular conference.
CAIRO, Egypt. A Saudi purportedly behind the June bombing of the Danish Embassy in Pakistan warned in a videotaped last testament of more attacks to punish Denmark for the publication in newspapers there of caricatures of Islam's prophet.
COPENHAGEN. A Danish cartoonist says he has received 55,000 kroner (US$10,663) from Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders in a copyright dispute over a drawing of the Prophet Muhammad that was originally part of Wilders' anti-Quran film.
Former imam Ahmed Akkari has moved to Greenland, and his days as an imam are over. He thinks he was subjected to a regular witch hunt during the Mohamed crisis and a book with orderly denunciations of both Danes and Muslims is therefore on the way.
RIYADH. Calls to boycott Danish products over blasphemous cartoons have intensified in Ramadan. The printing of blasphemous cartoons that mocked Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) in one of the Danish dailies and the reprinting of the same early this year has angered many Muslims across the world.
Sherry Jones emailed me the prologue of her book The Jewel of Medina to share with you all. I’ve read it, and I sent it to shewhohashope to gain her perspective, as she and I are of different faiths and cultures, and have differing views of the prologue and the book that it introduces.
Obviously, sweeping judgments based on the prologue are as frail as sweeping judgments based on not having read the book at all, but hey, what is our site without some randomly sweeping judgments, right?
EuropeNews August 30 2008
By Henrik R Clausen
This is a piece regarding the welfare system, and how to apply it to encourage more constructive behaviour in society. The welfare systems as we know them today were generally designed during the 1970’s, and have grown to be a large component of public spending. Some have argued that welfare systems are inherently a bad idea and ought to be abandoned.