EuropeNews 10 January 2013
Sabatina James, an ex-Muslim of Pakistani origin, explains the dire situation for those in Pakistan and elsewhere who do not accept Islam as their religion, but are finding that Christianity is a more humanitarian religion and are putting their faith in Jesus. A human rights disaster usually ignored by our governments.
Guess how many Islamic terror attacks since 9/11? Astonishing rampage in name of 'religion of peace'
WND.com 5 December 2012
By Bob Unruh
A little less than every five hours, somewhere around the world a Muslim is carrying out a fatal jihadist attack.
These are not the regular beatings and vandalism against Christians, Hindus and Buddhists but religion-oriented attacks in which someone dies at the hand of a member of the”religion of peace.” A website called "The Religion of Peace” has listed more than 20,000 such fatal attacks since Sept. 11, 2001.
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