Thursday, March 23, 2017
Hamed Abdel-Samad wendet sich entschieden gegen die Entschuldigung, islamistische Gewalt habe nichts mit dem Islam zu tun, sondern sie bedeute einen Missbrauch der Religion. Im Gespräch mit NZZ-Chefredaktor Eric Gujer und der politischen Philosophin Katja Gentinetta sagt er:
«Es ist kein Missbrauch der Religion, sondern ein Gebrauch. Denn die Religion schreit förmlich danach, gebraucht zu werden für Gewalt, weil es ein Bestandteil der Religion ist.» «25 Tötungsbefehle gibt es im Koran, direkte Tötungsbefehle, wo Gott den Tod sehen will. Gott will Blut sehen.» Und: «Mohammed war ein Krieger, lebte von Kriegsbeute.» » | >i>(Bearbeitung: awy.) | Mittwoch, 22. März 2017
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Christianity is all but dead in war-torn Iraq, according to the so-called British “Vicar of Baghdad”.
Canon Andrew White, who was vicar of the only Anglican church in the country before being pulled out in 2014, said the “time has come” where Christianity “is over” in Iraq.
Mr White, from Kent, was speaking in a Fox News interview as the Iraqi military continues its offensive to drive Isis out of its major Iraqi stronghold Mosul, and after Donald Trump attempted to enforce a travel ban against six Muslim-majority countries in the Middle East and north Africa.
“The time has come where it is over, no Christians will be left,” Mr White said. » | Peter Walker | Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Witnesses also reported that a motorist on Westminster Bridge, next to Parliament, operating a large vehicle, mowed down at least five people before coming to a halt, but it was not clear if the motorist was also the assailant. » | Katrin Bennhold and Stephen Castle | Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA) »
Vertigo Politix »
In 2005, the Turkish prime minister at the time, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, along with his Spanish counterpart, Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, became the co-chairs of a United Nations-sponsored global effort that went by the fancy name "Alliance of Civilizations." Twelve years later, Zapatero is a retired politician, the Western world faces different flavors of Islamist-to-jihadist threats and Erdogan is at war with Western civilization. » | Burak Bekdil | Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Plan to Make It More Difficult for Australians to Criticise Islam and Other Religious Groups If Turnbull Waters Down Race Speech Laws
Victoria is threatening to make it harder to criticise Islam if the Turnbull government waters down race speech laws.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has flagged his intention to scrap the words ‘offend’, ‘insult’ and 'humiliate' from section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act and replace them with the term 'harass'.
In Victoria, it’s already an offence to publish material on the internet or on fliers that might encourage other people to 'hate' or 'ridicule' a particular religious group. Read on and comment » | Stephen Johnson for Daily Mail Australia | Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Quite recently the LDN ignored Biblical truth in promoting Islam as a "religion of peace" having a legitimate place in the community of man. The LDN is a Denver, CO based paper, which all too often espouses the secular humanism of its liberal geographical base.
The one-sided Islamic promotional piece written in the LDN a few weeks ago ignored all historical and biblical truth. God tells us in Genesis that the progeny of Ishmael, who was cast out of his father's (Abraham) tribe as being "a wild ass of a man," (the progeny being Mohammad) would be a curse on mankind forever. Incontrovertible historical truth is that Mohammad was a mass murderer (his personal record being 900 beheadings he performed in a single day), a slave owner and trader, a rapist, a pedophile, who believed women were to be treated as mere property. The Koran and Hadith teaches his followers to be as intolerant and hateful to others as he was. Islam and America cannot ignore the Koran’s written truth that Islam is about world domination and subjugation of all other religions and people in hysterically brutal fashion. It is no more a religion than Scientology and is every bit as brutal and political as the Nazis. » | Daryl J. Gerber, Guest Columnist | Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Jeff from Edmonton phoned into Katie's Sunday morning LBC show to speak about Turkey's President Erdogan campaigning in European countries.
LBC 19 March 2017
Raza says the burqa and niqab should be made unconstitutional. She also points out that "Islamophobia" is really "an industry" invented by Islamists to attack the West. "The whole premise is based on a lie."
Levant and Raza tease out the contradictions in the pro-burqa arguments. She adds that when she debates this issue, it is always with Muslim men. "They can't even find a woman who will come and talk about this issue."
Read the Guardian article here
Asra Nomani is a journalist, former Wall Street Journal correspondent, and author of the book "Standing Alone: An American Woman’s Struggle for the Soul of Islam".
She co-wrote the Washington Post opinion piece: "As Muslim women, we actually ask you not to wear the hijab in the name of interfaith solidarity": Read the article here