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.
Anyone with a good sense of awareness who is even remotely familiar with modern Britain will testify that it is a country where the most basic of freedoms are under daily assault. Freedom of expression which is what guarantees all other freedoms, including freedom of religion, is a particular target for the would-be tyrants.
On this week's episode of the Stakelbeck on Terror show, we're joined by Middle East analyst Michael Widlanski to examine the real reasons behind the recent anti-American riots across the Muslim world. We also show how you can personally help Israel prepare for the threats gathering against it.
On Thursday, September 20, 2012, Pamela Geller was interviewed by Erin Burnett on CNN. Taken to task by Burnett for her ads that stand up for Israel and against Jihad, Pamela powerfully exposed the hypocrisy and double standards of those who slander, oppose and defame counter-jihad activists while remaining completely silent about and indifferent to the savagery of Islamic jihad.
Gates of Vienna 20 September 2012
In an interview published on Monday, Ayaan Hirsi Ali talked to Die Welt about the current upheavals in the Muslim world in reaction to the West’s "blasphemy” against Islam and its prophet.
Many thanks to Hermes for the translation:
"The West should finally defend its values”
The Daily Beast 18 September 2012
By Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Once again the streets of the Arab world are burning with false outrage. But we must hold our heads up high. Ayaan Hirsi Ali on how she survived Muslim rage—and how we can end it.
It is a strange and bitter coincidence that the latest eruption of violent Islamic indignation takes place just as Salman Rushdie publishes his new book, Joseph Anton: A Memoir, about his life under the fatwa.
Still, he praises his forefathers' work and has said there is "nothing in this heritage" that he rejects. A More 'Open' Islam? Said Ramadan helped found a Munich mosque which became the Muslim's Brotherhood's first beachhead in the West.
On this week’s Darwish Gang, Dwight Schultz, Amani Mustafa and Reza Safa gathered to discuss An Islamist at the DNC. Below is Part I, which deals with each guest’s spiritual and intellectual journey, of a three part series. We will run Part II in tomorrow’s edition.
Public Safety Minister Vic Toews answers the tough torture question and responds to critics on the left who would prefer to do nothing when Canadian lives are at risk.
Islamist terrorism and the radicalization of young Muslims has taken center stage in Europe. With schools, universities and even sport clubs becoming hotbeds of Islamism, experts argue that some European countries have willingly allowed it.
Citizen Times 29 August 2012
By Felix Strüning
Tomorrow, a free test issue of the new weekly Dispatch International will be launched. The publishers defined the newspaper as national-conservative and will publish it regularly from 3 January 2013. A broad coverage and comprise both domestic and international politics, security, economy, climate, culture and much else was announced by Lars Hedegaard, one of the editors in chief. Citizen Times spoke with Ingrid Carlqvist who is responsible for the Swedish edition of the newspaper.