Robert Spencer about the latest developments around Gaza, Israel's right to defend herself, and related issues.
The Tundra Tabloids participated in a phone briefing this evening, with the IDF’s spokesperson, Lt.Col Avital Leibovich
An interview with Paul Weston, Chairman of British Freedom.
GeertWilders Weblog 28 October 2012
By Geert Wilders
Dear friends, I am very happy to be in your midst today. Thank you, Ingrid, for inviting me to address the Swedish Free Press Society. No demonstrator will prevent me to speak in Sweden. I love Sweden and its people. One of my great heroes, Raoul Wallenberg, was a compatriot of yours. Wallenberg embodies all that is good and generous in the Swedish people. He defended the freedom and dignity of others. He protected those who had been marked for death by an evil ideology. And he gave his own life for it.
Gates of Vienna 26 October 2012
The following excerpts from an interview with Oskar Freysinger, one of the leaders of the Swiss People’s Party, were originally published at the Right World news site in a slightly different form.
Oskar Freysinger: it’s time for the legal state to confine Islam’s religious dogmas within the appropriate framework
Law anf freedom Foundation 18 October 2012
Our motto is "We win”. So it’s appropriate that, amid the bad news, we get a bit more good news: an online interview series with 20 people who are explaining Islam and the politically correct West.
Gates of Vienna 11 October 2012
I began my investigations of Jamaat ul-Fuqra (a.k.a. "Muslims of America”) seven years ago today when I took a day trip down to Red House, Virginia. That little excursion changed my view of the beloved Virginia countryside forever — if Islamic terrorists can set up shop in Red House or Meherrin, then they can be anywhere — there is no escaping them.
FrontPage Magazine 8 October 2012
By Jamie Glazov
Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Michael J. Totten, a contributing editor at World Affairs and City Journal. The Middle East is his regular beat, and his book about Lebanon, The Road to Fatima Gate, won the Washington Institute Silver Book Prize last year. His new book is Where the West Ends: Stories from the Middle East, the Balkans, the Black Sea, and the Caucasus. Most of the book takes place in the post-communist world, along the fringe of Europe and just beyond, where Western civilization begins to merge with Russian and Islamic civilizations.