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      • The UN Human Rights Council adopted today a resolution purporting “to combat the defamation of religions”. The resolution was submitted by Pakistan on behalf of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC). A significant number of the OIC’s member states tolerate and/or institutionalize the violent persecution of religious minorities and severely punish (sometimes by death) […]

      • The Islamo-Fascists we now fight in this World War that began five years ago have emptied the category of the innocent. They claim butchery as their right, slaughter as their legacy. The deep moral and political significance of this change has been too often – and too consciously – ignored by those in the West […]

      • A Saudi journalist and expert on Islamic movements and Islamic fundamentalism as well as Saudi affairs. Mshari is Asharq Al-Awsat’s opinion page Editor, where he also contributes a weekly column. Has worked for the local Saudi press occupying several posts at Al -Madina newspaper amongst others. He has been a guest on numerous news and […]

      • As tensions have risen significantly over the last few weeks between Hezbollah terrorists in Lebanon and Israel, many Montrealers, myself included, have grown accustomed to the spontaneous anti-Israel rallies that have taken place along the main thoroughfares in downtown Montreal. This Sunday was no exception, as the situation in the Middle East escalated a notch […]

      • (originally published on July 25, 2005) Four years after the 9-11 terrorist attacks and thousands of civilians felled by Muslim terrorists later, it finally took the July 7 London bombings to bring 120 Canadian imams to condemn terrorism ever so ambiguously in a much ballyhooed joint statement sponsored by the Canadian Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-CAN). […]

      • Last Wednesday, the controversial Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a pressure group operating in both the United Sates and Canada, sent out a press release asking explanations for the exclusion of Canadian-born Islamic scholar Yahya Ibrahim. Ibrahim, who is now a resident of Australia, was reportedly barred from entering the United States earlier this week. […]

      • While Holocaust-deniers have suffered setbacks in the United States and Europe in 2005, they made gains in Arab and Muslim countries, according to the 2005 annual report on Holocaust-denial activity around the world released by the David S. Wyman Institute for Holocaust Studies, a research and education institute focusing on America’s response to the Holocaust. […]

      • Recent events in Gaza and the West Bank prove once again just how fallacious claims are about chances for an agreement with the Palestinians. Amir Peretz carefully avoids detailing his policy stances in an attempt to keep public attention on his socioeconomic program. And the little bit he does reveal is based on moving straight […]

      • Members of Mississauga’s Coptic community allege that on the night of Omar Alghabra’s nomination as Liberal Mississauga-Erindale candidate last December 1, the former President of the Canadian Arab Federation told supporters that his victory was “a victory for Islam” and that “Islamic power is extending into Canadian politics”. Reporters, as well as political opponents such […]

      • Canadian Holocaust denier and darling of the radical Arab-Islamic/negationist local and international media, Greg Felton, gives Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s recent Holocaust denial and anti-Jewish genocidal declarations a 3.5/4 grade in his latest column, which apparently even his usual anti-Semitic fellow travelers are delaying to publish. To those who don’t know the fellow, Greg Felton […]

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