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Cops thwart death plot against Sun columnist Tarek Fatah, by Brad Hunter (Toronto Sun)

By   /  April 27, 2017  /  Human Rights, International, Islamic fundamentalism, Terrorism  /  No Comments

Apr. 25, 2017 Toronto Sun columnist Tarek Fatah was on an ISIS hit list because of “contentious issues related to Islam”, the Times of India reports. Cops in India say two terror suspects were arrested last week before they could get guns from an ISIS mole in Mumbai and make their sinister plot a reality. […]

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Canadians from Iran, Pakistan don’t support “Islamophobia” motion (Rebel Media)

By   /  April 24, 2017  /  Canada, dhimmitude, Human Rights  /  No Comments

Feb. 16, 2017 Over 700 people of all backgrounds came together in Toronto to protest motion M103, the Liberal’s first step towards outlawing criticism of Islam Click here for 4 min. video about “Islamophobia” motion

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In what country can Arab high school students help launch a satellite? In Israel! (Elder of Ziyon)

By   /  April 23, 2017  /  Human Rights, Israel  /  No Comments

Apr. 20, 2017 From Times of Israel: A tiny satellite built by Israeli high school students flew into space Tuesday from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral on its way to study the atmosphere as part of an international research project. The Duchifat-2 (Hoopoe) is one of 28 nanosatellites from 23 countries participating in […]

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Palestinian Christians again under attack from Muslims (Elder of Ziyon)

By   /  April 23, 2017  /  Human Rights, Islamic fundamentalism, Mid. East news  /  No Comments

Apr. 20, 2017 This morning, gunmen riding a motorcycle fired shots at four stores that sell alcoholic beverages in the village of Zababdeh. Zabadeh, near Jenin, is the only Christian-majority town under PA rule north of Nablus. About two-thirds of its residents are Christian. Click here for brief article

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The Palestinian Prisoners’ Hunger Strike – Marc Schulman (Newsweek via Daily Alert)

By   /  April 21, 2017  /  Human Rights, International, Israel, Terrorism  /  No Comments

Apr. 21, 2017 The Palestinian Prisoners’ Hunger Strike – Marc Schulman On Monday, 1,000 Palestinian prisoners – most of whom had been convicted of acts of terrorism – began a hunger strike, demanding better conditions in Israeli prisons. The strike is being led by Marwan Barghouti, leader of the Tanzim terrorist groups during the second […]

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Iran Expropriating Lands of Ahwazi Arabs – Rahim Hamid (Middle East Monitor via Daily Alert)

By   /  April 20, 2017  /  Human Rights, International, Mid. East news  /  No Comments

Apr. 20, 2017 Iran Expropriating Lands of Ahwazi Arabs – Rahim Hamid (Middle East Monitor) The Iranian regime has been forcibly expropriating the lands, farms and homes of the Ahwazi Arab people of the southwestern Iranian province of Khuzestan, and “giving” them to Persian settlers who are offered generous financial incentives by the regime to […]

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How academics portray Islam as a’ victim’ of oppression — even as they defend violent Islamists, by Barbara Kay (National Post)

By   /  April 19, 2017  /  academia, dhimmitude, Human Rights, International, Islam, Islamic fundamentalism  /  No Comments

Apr. 19, 2017 April 21 marks the opening, at the Berkeley campus of the University of California, of the sixth annual academic conference on Islamophobia. If past conclaves are a guide, the conference will be marked by a morass of impenetrable academic jargon and an unremitting flow of anti-Western rhetoric. Here, if one cares to observe, […]

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Which Way Will France Go? by Giulio Meotti (Gatestone Inst.)

By   /  April 16, 2017  /  dhimmitude, Human Rights, International, Terrorism  /  No Comments

Apr. 13, 2017 After two years and 238 deaths at the hands of Islamic terrorism, what did France do to defeat radical Islam? Almost nothing. If Emmanuel Macron wins, France as we have known it can be considered pretty much over. By blaming “colonialism” for French troubles in the Arab world, and calling it “a […]

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Syria Teaches a Lesson about Cheating on Arms Control – Editorial (Washington Post via Daily Alert)

By   /  April 13, 2017  /  Human Rights, International, Mid. East news, Terrorism  /  No Comments

Apr. 13, 2017 Syria Teaches a Lesson about Cheating on Arms Control – Editorial (Washington Post) Bashar al-Assad’s regime relinquished a large stockpile of chemical weapons under pressure but concealed some, or made new stocks, to eventually kill again, possibly with the connivance of Russia and Iran. The arms-control agreement Damascus signed did not protect […]

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Letting freedom fade by Clifford D. May (Israel Hayom)

By   /  April 5, 2017  /  Canada, dhimmitude, Human Rights, Islamic fundamentalism  /  No Comments

Apr. 5, 2017 “Whatever happened to Charlie Hebdo? For years, the French satirical magazine threw spit balls at polite society. Its writers and cartoonists particularly delighted in ridiculing religions and pieties. Some people found it amusing and thought-provoking. Others were appalled and offended. Such is life in a free country. Then, on Jan. 7, 2015…” […]

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