Inasmuch as the Muslims could not find a single proof in the entire Bible nor a reference or possible allusion to their prophet which they could utilize, they were compelled to accuse us saying,Â “You have altered the text of the Torah, and expunged every trace of the name of Mohammed therefrom.”Â They could find nothing stronger than this ignominious argument.
“… the more we suffer and choose to conciliate them, the more they choose to act belligerently toward us”. â€”Maimonides, Epistle to the Jews of Yemen (1172)
Its long but rewarding, especially question time is good for learning how to Â deal with false claims by the Muhammad worshipers.
Over atÂ Atlas ShrugsÂ I cut through yet another example of Islamic supremacist lies and distortions:
According to Islamic supremacist hate groups such as the Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), no one would have any problem with Islam if it weren’t for bigoted non-Muslims who irresponsibly “link Islam to terrorism” – and this link, they claim, gives rise to acts of violence against Muslims. Hamas-linked CAIR and its allied groups have for years now been pumping out disinformation designed to “clear up misconceptions” about Islam and set the record straight. On its website Hamas-linked CAIR says that it was established in order to “promote a positive image of Islam and Muslims in America,” and declares that “we believe misrepresentations of Islam are most often the result of ignorance on the part of non-Muslims and reluctance on the part of Muslims to articulate their case.”However, the cure offered by American Muslim groups may be worse than the disease. All too often these groups construct a “positive image of Islam” out of smoke and mirrors. Instead of dealing forthrightly and constructively with the concerns and questions that non-Muslims have about Islam’s relation to jihad terrorism, Islamic supremacist groups in the U.S. are more interested in throwing sand in our eyes.
Saudi-sponsored “interfaith dialogue” is about silencing the truth, toÂ pressuring the West to show tolerance to Muslims by not criticizing them for persecuting others, which would be portrayed as “Islamophobia.”
“Islamophobia”, that we all know by now, is the most heinous crime against humanity (only muslims are human, of course) and criticising Muhammad, Â the profit of Islam, must be punished.
330 years ago John Sobiesky beat the soldiers of allah back from the gates of Vienna. By the looks of it, we are now going to lose our birthright without a single bullet being fired.
Saudi King Abudullah with U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon at the launching of the King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz International Center for Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue in Vienna, Austria. (Photo: Reuters)
What does one make of the gross contradictions that emerge when a human-rights violating nation calls for “dialogue,” even as it enforces religious intolerance on its own turf?
Regular readers know that we abhor the terms ‘Islamist’ Â and ‘Islamism’ because there is no such thing. Nevertheless, this article is important, because without freedom of speech we are like lambs to the slaughter.
Islamists certainly do not want the American public to consider the current international campaign toÂ make inspection of Islamism a crime.
In January, journalists and journalism students were invited to aÂ conferenceÂ in Istanbul where Turkish deputy undersecretary Ibrahim Kalin announced that the Turkish government “has been working on projects to have Islamophobia recognized as a crime against humanity.”
(I took liberty to slightly edit the text by skipping Â the apologetic intro praising Bangladesh)
Police were everywhere. I was going to listen to a speech by the Dutch politician Geert Wilders, whose party received 1 million votes in the last elections and who believes Islam and democracy are incompatible. His antipathy towards militant Islam has earned his family a life under police protection.
After scuffles outside Wilders’s speaking venue in Melbourne last week, NSW police took no chances. On my way to the venue I encountered nine uniformed police at Liverpool station; a mobile police command post; a mobile police custody unit; a row of paddy wagons; a police cordon of 36 officers at the rear of the venue; another police cordon, with 56 officers, at the front; four mounted police; two checkpoints and a metal detector. Finally, inside the hall, about a dozen plainclothes officers stood around the room.
Union thugs, ferals and ‘friends of Paliswine’ attacked Aussie patriots who came to see Geert Wilders.
Victoria’sÂ Premier Ted Baillieu is pig-headed enough to claim he would go down with the failed multiculti-Titanic:
This is what our so-called “friends on the Right” are doing to us.
From the Gates of Vienna
No, it is not the Left that is the biggest problem. The whole political establishment across the entire Western world has mobilized against “Islamophobia”. Elected politicians of all political stripes, the permanent bureaucracy, the media, and the academy are almost universal in their condemnation of what we do. Â Continue reading â†’
I’ve checked what huge billboards around Melbourne claim is the “largest ever Islamic Conference in the history of Australia”, at which 20,000 people are expected.
I’ve checked what the “chief guest” – Sheikh Abdur-Rahman Al-Sudais, imam of Mecca’s Grand Mosque – has said of Jews: “The scum of the human race, the rats of the world, . . . the offspring of apes and pigs” whom God should “terminate”.
I’ve checked what other invited speakers have said about killing gays, beating women to make them “shape up”, executing apostates and supporting terrorists.
And the evidence is damning: Wilders’ critics owe him an apology for having been so blind. So cowardly.
Important in this clip is the understanding of “slander” in Islam, which takes on a very different meaning in the Islamic expansion project. And Â “racism” is no longer a cry from an oppressed minority, but a call to criminalise and punish those who stand in the way of Islam:
Over more than a decade following 9/11, MAJ Stephen Coughlin was one of the US government’s most astute and objective analysts, and an expert in the connections between Islamic law, terrorism and the jihadist movement around the globe.