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Covering Up Our Culture to ‘Avoid Giving Offense’ by Giulio Meotti (Gatestone Inst.)

By   /  June 16, 2019  /  dhimmitude, double standards, Human Rights, International  /  No Comments

Jun. 16, 2019 Recently, some major conservative intellectuals have been sacked in the UK. One is the peerless philosopher Roger Scruton, who was fired from a governmental committee… Then it was the turn of the great Canadian psychologist Jordan Peterson, whose visiting fellowship at Cambridge University was rescinded… By refusing to confront the speech police, […]

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THE RUSHDIE FATWA, THIRTY YEARS LATER, by Bruce Bawer (FPM)

By   /  February 14, 2019  /  dhimmitude, Human Rights, International, Islam, Islamic fundamentalism, Terrorism  /  No Comments

Feb. 14, 2019 Who among us would dare to predict what the world would look like thirty years from now? Thirty years ago today, the then ruler of Iran, the Ayatollah Khomeini, sent a valentine to Salman Rushdie in the form of a fatwa. Rushdie, born in 1947 in Bombay (now Mumbai), had attended Cambridge, […]

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GA. Judge Folds Under Medieval Blasphemy Charge, BY SHIREEN QUDOSI (Clarion Project)

By   /  August 29, 2018  /  dhimmitude, Human Rights, International, Islamic fundamentalism  /  No Comments

Aug. 29, 2018 Recently, Municipal Court Judge Sharon Dickson folded under a medieval blasphemy charge in Sandy Springs, Georgia. An African American, Dickson was accused of bigoted behavior when she verbally attacked Iranian-American Faizal Azizan. Azizan was charged with disorderly conduct after a crash in his Uber car last spring. Judge Dickson made unprofessional remarks that generalized the oppressive patriarchal views […]

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The Jewish blindspot to the horrors of the niqab, by Barbara Kay (National Post)

By   /  November 3, 2017  /  Canada, dhimmitude, Islam, Islamic fundamentalism  /  No Comments

Oct. 31, 2017 I understand why young people are loath to criticize any cultural practice by the Other. But I was surprised by the reaction of my contemporaries Click here for article

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