* Correction: Thanks to WoJ reader Sally we recovered the thread from the Bolt Blog re Tariq Ramadans visit in KRuddistan:
Monday, March 03, 2008 at 07:14am
Danby’s right to wag the finger at the Left’s Ferguson:
Member for Melbourne Ports Michael Danby urged people attending Professor Ramadan’s Brisbane conference today – including the Parliamentary Secretary for Multicultural Affairs, Laurie Ferguson – to emphasise Australia’s rejection of terrorism.
Maybe Ferguson can slip in that warning as he officially gives Ramadan his warm introduction at the conference.
* Lots of ‘diversity’ in Islamistan on the cartoons of blasphemy and Geert Wilders upcoming little flick on the profit Muhammad. Unfortunately, there is no such thing as Islamic diversity, because all of the Islamic hate mongers want the cartoonist’s dead and us, the pesky kuffars, submit to Islam:
From the ever vigilant Michelle Malkin:
“Scholars” demand laws criminalizing “insults” to Islam
Are you ready for March Madness? As I noted at Hot Air last month, the Religion of Perpetual Outrage is gearing up for the debut of Dutch politician Geert Wilders’ anti-Islam mini-documentary, “Fitna”â€“which is reportedly set for completion sometime today. (Go to the Fitna The Movie site for more info.) Combined with the recent re-publication of the Danish Mo cartoons, these unacceptable acts of free speech have Muslim “scholars” demanding that heads roll. Literally.
Oscar-winning Marion Cotillard was facing embarrasment with her new American public last night after it emerged that she doubted the official account of the September 11 attacks.
Miss Cotillard suggested that the towers, planned in the early 1960s, were an outdated “money sucker” which would have cost so much to modernise that it was easier to destroy them.
Turning to America’s space programme, she said: “Did a man really walk on the moon? I saw plenty of documentaries on it, and I really wondered. And in any case I don’t believe all they tell me, that’s for sure.”