• Australia: Muslim Deliberately Plows Car Into Pedestrians - Cops Say It’s Not Terrorism

    Australia: Muslim Deliberately Plows Car Into Pedestrians – Cops Say It’s Not Terrorism

    A mentally ill drug addict. With a criminal history. Of course. How could this possibly be terrorism?

    Notice, however, buried deep in this report, a most interesting detail: “Second man arrested at the scene was filing [sic] the incident and had a bag containing knives.”

    He wasn’t filing, he was filming.

    What kind of mentally ill drug addict decides to drive a car into pedestrians and gets a buddy to fill a bag with knives and come down and film the act?

    Clearly, the filming was for jihad video; we have seen other jihad terrorists, such as Mohamed Merah, who massacred people at a Jewish school in France a few years ago, film their acts so that jihadis can enjoy the bloodshed and recruit others to the cause. READ MORE...

  • UK Government Refuses To Say Whether Proclaiming Divinity Of Christ Is A Hate Crime

    UK Government Refuses To Say Whether Proclaiming Divinity Of Christ Is A Hate Crime

    The question was: “Will they confirm unequivocally that a Christian who says that Jesus is the only son of the one true God cannot be arrested for hate crime or any other offence, however much it may offend a Muslim or anyone of any other religion?”

    The answer: “My Lords, I am not going to comment on that last question from the noble Lord.”

    In an age when British police are devoting astonishing amounts of time to arresting people for speech that offends Muslims, this is no surprise.

    When you’re busy enforcing Sharia, how can you confirm that you won’t arrest someone for offending Muslims and making an un-Islamic statement? READ MORE...

  • Oklahoma: Muslim Who Beheaded Coworker Gets Death Penalty

    Oklahoma: Muslim Who Beheaded Coworker Gets Death Penalty

    This is just what Alton Nolen wanted (which is not to say that it should not be done).

    He “justified his actions based on his reading of the Quran.”

    The Qur’an promises Paradise to those who “kill and are killed” for Allah (9:111).

    So, now if Nolen is killed, he is assured of his place in Paradise.

    As far as he knows.

    Meanwhile, note this well: “Nolen’s defense argued that he was mentally ill and that his readings of the Quran affected his ability to discern right from wrong.”

    “His readings of the Quran affected his ability to discern right from wrong”? READ MORE...

  • Arabs’ Rage Over Jerusalem is Islamic Theater

    Arabs’ Rage Over Jerusalem is Islamic Theater

    Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas is insisting that Jerusalem is the “eternal capital of the state of Palestine” after President Donald Trump recognized the city as the capital of Israel.

    No Palestinian state has ever existed, but Abbas is leveraging the claim that Jerusalem is its third holiest city of Islam, after Mecca and Medina.

    Moreover, Jerusalem and the Temple Mount are less important in Islam than they are important in Muslims’ anti-Semitic hatred of Israel.

    Muhammad’s famous Night Journey (Isra and Miraj) is the basis of the Islamic claim to Jerusalem as an Islamic holy city. Yet this journey is never mentioned in the Qur’an, and neither is Jerusalem. The first verse of Sura 17 says that Allah took Muhammad from “the Sacred Mosque” in Mecca “to the farthest [al-aqsa] Mosque.” There was no mosque in Jerusalem at this time (if the traditional chronology regarding the Qur’an is to be believed), so the “farthest” mosque probably wasn’t really the one that now bears that name in Jerusalem. Islamic tradition, however, is firm that this mosque is in Jerusalem. READ MORE...

  • ISIS: The Caliphate Dream Is Over, But The Killing Isn't

    ISIS: The Caliphate Dream Is Over, But The Killing Isn’t

    The caliphate is dead.

    Last Saturday, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced that the Islamic State (ISIS) had been driven out of Iraq:

    Today, our troops were able to purge islands of Nineveh and Anbar in full, and they (the forces) are now fully controlling the Iraqi-Syrian borders.

    These victories are not only for the Iraqis alone, though the Iraqis were themselves who achieved such victories with their sacrifices.

    But the victories are for all Arabs, Muslims and the world alike…Honorable Iraqis, your land has been completely liberated….The flag of Iraq is flying high today over all Iraqi territory and at the farthest point on the border. READ MORE...

  • The Case for Islamophobia: I am an Islamophobe, & You should be One, too

    The Case for Islamophobia: I am an Islamophobe, & You should be One, too

    For years I have denied the label “Islamophobe,” because it is most commonly used to refer to people who have an irrational bigotry or hatred toward Muslims, and I don’t. I am not the “bad” kind of Islamophobe who wants any innocent people, Muslim or non-Muslim, to be victimized. Instead, I am what I would call the “good” kind of Islamophobe, someone who is honest enough to call a problem a problem, even when the whole world wishes to ignore and deny its existence.

    The problem with most analyses of Islamophobia is that they tend to condemn under the same rubric of bias and bigotry any analysis of how jihadis use the texts and teachings of Islam to justify violence and make recruits among peaceful Muslims. Just this week, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau responded to a question from opposition leader Andrew Scheer about the security threat posed by returning ISIS jihadis, not by addressing that threat, but by accusing Scheer of “Islamophobia” for raising it. READ MORE...

  • Theresa May Engages in Taqiyya: “There are those who conduct acts of terror in the name of Islam, but it is not in the name of Islam”

    Theresa May Engages in Taqiyya: “There are those who conduct acts of terror in the name of Islam, but it is not in the name of Islam”

    Said May: “And I am very clear that retweeting from Britain First was the wrong thing to do.

    I think that we must all take seriously the threat that far-Right groups pose and both in terms of the terrorist threat that is posed by those groups and the necessity of dealing with extremist material which is far-Right as well.”

    The idea that groups that are dedicated to preserving and protecting Western values are “far right” is the first lie.

    The claim that they constitute a “terrorist threat” is the second lie, and is yet another attempt to appease Muslims in the UK by repeating the spurious claim that “terrorism has no religion” and that each religious tradition is equally likely to produce terrorists. READ MORE...