Dr. Tawfik Hamid not only knows the enemy of radical Islam, as a young man, he was a follower of its ideology. A native of Egypt, Dr. Hamid has since left the world of Islamism behind and is author of the book, Inside Jihad.
International Civil Liberties Alliance 14 August 2012
By Michael Coren
Michael Coren interviews Chris Knowles, who has recently been sacked from Leeds City Council after 17 years of loyal service. Chris has been fired for "improper activities", and for having political views different from those of the city council. Michael Coren inquires how this can be possible in a supposedly free society under the Rule of Law, and asks if it has anything to do with the fact that Chris is critical of Islam and Sharia.
I recently spent a week in Europe investigating the Muslim Brotherhood movement in the West to gain more information on how this secretive organization—which is growing in power--operates. During my trip I interviewed two Muslim leaders who have been linked to the group and also visited Brotherhood-connected mosques.
FrontPage Magazine 2 August 2012
By Robert Spencer
I’ve written many times about how mainstream media reporters no longer try to maintain even the appearance of fairness, but approach those trying to resist the jihad and Islamic supremacism in the name of freedom and human rights as if the reporters’ job was to put us on trial and convict us before the world. Meanwhile, when they deal with Islamic supremacists such as the Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf or Reza Aslan, they fawn all over them. A particularly egregious example of this is over at Atlas Shrugs today, where the Swedish "journalist,” Eigil Söderin, editor of ETC, www.etc.se, sent Pamela Geller a series of questions related to our Freedom March and the "First Worldwide Counter-Jihad Action in Stockholm on August 4.
DanielPipes.org 30 July 2012
By Daniel Pipes
Mitt Romney, the all-but-official Republican presidential candidate, delivered a stem-winder of a speech to the Jerusalem Foundation today, packing emotional support with frank policy statements. The contrast with Obama could hardly be more dramatic.
Indeed, one could go through the speech and note the many refutations of Obama. For example, the opening comment that "To step foot into Israel is to step foot into a nation that began with an ancient promise made in this land" directly contrasts with Obama's crabbed statement in Cairo about "the aspiration for a Jewish homeland [being] rooted in a tragic history."
Radical Islam.org.’s mandate is to reach as broad a spectrum of people as is possible. One recent success is the appearance of RadicalIslam.org’s National Security Advisor Ryan Mauro on the Thom Hartmann Program, a nationally syndicated radio show that reaches 2.75 million listeners a week.
If you follow this blog regularly and watch the Stakelbeck on Terror show, you are well acquainted with the courageous, groundbreaking work of my good friend, Reza Kahlili. Reza is a former member of Iran's Revolutionary Guards Corps who risked his life working undercover as a double agent for the CIA inside Iran.
Last week Toronto Sun columnist Sue-Ann Levy was refused a ride home from the airport by two cabbies because she had her dog with her. She went on Michael Coren’s show tonight to discuss the incident. Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this video:
Sayeh Hassan explains to Ezra on why Iranian-Canadians call the Iranian embassy the "House of Terror," and why it's long past time to shut the embassy down.
Michael Coren exposes Ground Zero Mosque Imam Rauf; Robert Spencer gives postgame analysisRobert Spencer comes in to explain imam Rauf’s slimy game:Imam Rauf, the smarmy deceiver, invokes the mustard seed.
radicalislam.org 12 July 2012
The World Health Organization estimates that 97.3 percent of Egyptians women undergo the horrific and brutal practice of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). Although the practice was made illegal in Egypt, FGM continues today, practically unabated, as reported in the (above) video produced by the BBC.