Imagine a world without Islam…

Thanks to the Religion of Peace:

The Still Unnamed Enemy  (Daniel Greenfield)

“Obama declared, ‘we will never be at war with Islam.’ But that really isn’t up to him. What the left never seems to understand is that war doesn’t have to be mutual.”

Israeli Imam Jailed for Calling for Beheadings and Slaughter...   His attorney, Rafi Masalha, said the sentence was too harsh. His statements are subject to interpretation and the prosecution had chosen to interpret them in the most extreme way.

Peaceful Christian Village in Syria Shelled by Both Sides… and not a word in the ‘Christian’ west…..

Battling ‘Islamophobia’  (FrontPage Magazine)

Racializing Islam and according special treatment to Muslims under the guise of inclusion are just two tricks being played in Europe to protect Islam from intellectual scrutiny.

Islam’s Conquest of America  (Islam Watch)

No, there won’t be a statue of Osama bin Laden in NY, but “the conquest of the United States by Islam during the past 11 years has been stunning.”

“World Community Takes On ‘Islamophobia’”

Want to see just how far our lords and masters are willing to go in appeasing Islam?  Take a gander at a recent report entitled Guidelines for Educators on Countering Intolerance and Discrimination against Muslims: Addressing Islamophobia through Education.  A joint product of the Council of Europe, UNESCO, and something called the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (otherwise known as OSCE/ODIHR), this document was put together in consultation with “education experts, teachers, civil society representatives and governmental officials” around the world.  I will call it, for short, the Jagland Report, after Thorbjørn Jagland, the ambitious Norwegian politician who, as head of the Norwegian Nobel Committee, was chiefly responsible for awarding the Nobel Peace Prize to Obama, and who, in his current capacity as Secretary-General of the Council of Europe, is one of the report’s three signatories.  Given that he is a classic example of the slick, phony European technocrat par excellence – like Dominique Villepin in France and Zapatero in Spain – it is perfectly appropriate to affix his name to this slick, phony masterwork of bureaucrat-speak.  (Bruce Bawer has more)