Richard Batholomew revisits the contrived case of Fathima Rifqa Bary, and finds “pseudo-expert” Robert Spencer’s analysis to be “somewhat baffling.”
Archive | April, 2010
Pull out the popcorn! Robert Spencer and booze-buddy Andrew Bostom are at each others throat’s because Spencer stole some of Bostom’s work.
Islamophobia on the march in Europe. Belgium beats France to banning the face veil.
According to a recent poll, over 50% of Europeans support banning hijab in schools but support crucifixes in classrooms. Hijab is a threat to secularism, crucifixes are cool.
“Over 1,000 New York-area Jewish extremists gathered in midtown Manhattan to rally” for Israel’s right to colonize Palestinian land. Watch a video of their crazy tea-party style rally here.
Listen to our very own Danios rant about the South Park controversy; he blasts Revolution Muslim, CNN, and whoever else ticks him off.
Arsalan Iftikhar weighs in on the South Park controversy, arguing that “instead of conjuring up fake controversies,” we should combat the “bigotry and racism” that threaten our civil liberties.
Greenwald shatters the myth that censorship is a Muslim only problem, citing other less known instances of religious groups seeking to censor the blasphemous, sometimes with the threat of violence and murder.
In response to the South Park/Muhammad debate a group created a campaign called “Everybody draw Muhammad,” which they dropped because it turned into a hate fest.
Is Sarah Palin a certified loon yet? She sure is trying hard considering her defense of the crusading anti-Muslim Franklin Graham.
Robert Spencer is at it again attempting to say suicide terrorism is not only part and parcel of Islam but unique to it. We destroy his argument here.
An agency contracted by the state denies a Baltimore woman the right to become a foster mother based on her religious diet.
A group of Harvard professors just published a response condemning the statements of Martin Kramer, who advocated starving out the Palestinians to prevent them from reproducing.