Persecution of Christians
EuropeNews 10 April 2010
By Nicolai Sennels
It is important to remember that criticism of Islam is not only “counter-action” in response! It is essential to contemplate this as part of a much larger picture, and also as an expression of love.
Yes. We oppose the oppression of women everywhere. Yes. We, fearlessly, stand up against all enemies of freedom and democracy. Yes. We are against any cold, multi-cultural society where a basis for the sense of community - our common culture - is lost, and instead, leaving in its wake, no more than a babel of confusion and social unrest.
EDL Media 3 April 2010
This is a live or semi-live coverage of the EDL demonstration taking place in Dudley, United Kingdom on Saturday April 3rd 2010. A press conference is held at 11:30 AM GMT, the demonstration itself starts at 1 PM.
Later this morning the English Defence League will be staging a demonstration in Dudley, a borough near Birmingham in the English Midlands. The EDL is protesting the proposed building of a large mosque.
Thunderf00t 30 March 2010
If the line is not drawn and defended, then you will lose the battle of free speech inch by inch.
This work is in defense of the video by zomgitscriss where all she basically said was 'if the big bang and evolution are in the Koran, as many Muslims state, then why weren't these discoveries made by Muslims 1400 years ago!'
The following video demonstrates how the Quran could be regarded as a book containing hate speech:
Assyrian International News Agency 25 March 2010
By William Kilpatrick
In recent years it has become fashionable to condemn Pope Pius XII (and, by implication, the Catholic Church) for his silence regarding Nazi persecution of the Jews.
In fact, Pius confronted and condemned the Nazis on numerous occasions, and the Vatican saved more Jewish lives than any other organization apart from the Allied armies. The charge of remaining silent in the face of great evil could, however, much more plausibly be leveled against today’s Catholics—and not only Catholics, but Christians in general—for their failure to speak out against the evils perpetrated in the name of Islam.
Eticha 24 March 2010
By Hans Erling Jensen
A new chapter opens in the ongoing ”Jihad of Apologies”, where 94,000 descendants of Muhammad sue a series of Danish newspapers (who's next?) for having 'offended' their great idol and forefather Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allah al-Hashimi al-Qurashi (a Muslim prophet) by reprinting the Kurt Westergaard cartoon of their forefather with a bomb in the turban.
Astonishing abuse of the system in the UK by Muslims, faking bringing in wives when really it is slaves in the worst possible sense of the term.
Not even indenture, but out and out slavery and this in England today and seemingly entirely by and for Muslims as well as to them. This shows the ethical system of Islam at its most Islamiest as treatment of women so often does within it.