Arkiv for 2. april 2011

Frafald fra multikultur

En australsk humanitærpopulist forlader den synkende halalskude:

How I lost faith in multiculturalism

By Greg Sheridan – April 02, 2011

Logo The AustralianIn 1993, my family and I moved into Belmore in southwest Sydney. It is the next suburb to Lakemba. When I first moved there I loved it.

We bought a house just behind Belmore Sports Ground, in those days the home of my beloved Bulldogs rugby league team. Transport was great, 20 minutes to the city in the train, 20 minutes to the airport.

On the other side of Belmore, away from Lakemba, there were lots of Chinese, plenty of Koreans, growing numbers of Indians, and on the Lakemba side lots of Lebanese and other Arabs.

That was an attraction, too. I like Middle Eastern food. I like Middle Eastern people. The suburb still had the remnants of its once big Greek community and a commanding Greek Orthodox church.

Mere HER i The Australian.

Victor Davis Hanson om præsident Obama & Libyen

Obama’s Amazing Achievements

His military intervention prompted some stunning reversals.

By Victor Davis Hanson – March 31, 2011

By bombing Libya, President Obama has accomplished some things once thought absolutely impossible in America:

Logo National Review Online Weekend

(a) War-mongering liberals: Liberals are now chest-thumping about military “progress” in Libya. Even liberal television and radio commentators cite ingenious reasons why an optional, preemptive American intervention in an oil-producing Arab country, without prior congressional approval or majority public support — and at a time of soaring deficits — is well worth supporting, in a sort of “my president, right or wrong,” fashion. Apparently, liberal foreign policy is returning to the pre-Vietnam days of the hawkish “best and brightest.”

Mere HER hos National Review Online. Kan også læses hos AINA, Orange County RegisterThe Patriot Post, The Columbus Dispatch. Og en til om samme emne, men alligevel noget anderledes:

Libya: The Genesis of a Bad Idea

March 30, 2011 – by Victor Davis Hanson

The president spoke Monday night to clarify our intervention in Libya. Instead he made things worse, and could not explain the mission (are we/are we not after Qaddafi?), the methodology to achieve it (are we in a no-fly-zone or are we bombing ground targets essential to save the rebels?), and the desired outcome (who are the “rebels,” what do we wish from them, and are they better than Qaddafi?). Indeed, after almost two weeks, these questions still have not been asked much less answered.

So the omissions pose the question: how did Obama, the archetype war critic, find himself bombing—in optional and preemptive fashion, and without congressional authority — an Arab Muslim oil-exporting country, and one that posed no immediate threat to American national security, despite being governed by a monster who, nevertheless, had been recently courted by Western intellectuals, academics, universities, and diplomats?

Mere HER hos Pajamas Media. Kan også læses her hos Free Republic.

Kronik: Forfalskninger i koranen

Koranen begyndte som en kristen bog

Morten Rydal | 31. marts 2011

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Den tidlige begyndelse til Koranen skal ikke findes blandt troende muslimer på den arabiske halvø, men blandt østsyriske kristne arabere. Sådan lyser konklusionen i opsigtsvækkende forskning i muslimernes hellige bog

I alle nyere opslagsværker om islam kan man læse, at den moderne koran, den såkaldte Kairo-udgave fra 1923, er nogenlunde identisk med den åbenbaring, profeten Muhammed angiveligt fik i Mekka og Medina for mere end 1300 år siden. Det indrømmes, at der måske kan være tale om en lidt længere proces, men idéen om, at Koranen stort set er forblevet den samme siden 600-tallet, anfægtes ikke.

Mere HER i Kristeligt Dagblad.

Opdatering 4. april 2011 fra WorldNetDaily:

The truth about the Quran revealed

‘Book of terror or book of peace?’ Website offers explanation

By Michael Carl – April 02, 2011

That’s among the questions addressed by former Muslim Al Fadi, who has written a book and hosts a website offering an explanation to that question to non-Muslims, “who want to unravel the mysteries of Islam,” as well as Muslims, “who seek genuine choices far from the culture of ‘indoctrination.'”

Mere HER hos WorldNetDaily.

Sharialov i den amerikanske hær

Don’t forget your hijab, soldier!

American servicewomen encouraged to wear headscarves in Afghanistan

By Caroline May | March 31, 2011

Logo The Daily Caller

In an effort to get closer to the local population, American female soldiers stationed in Afghanistan are being encouraged to wear a Muslim headscarf when interacting with civilians. But some question whether the practice constitutes cultural sensitivity or a form of appeasement that is degrading to U.S. soldiers.

Major Kyndra Rotunda, executive director of the Military Law and Policy Institute and AMVETS Legal Clinic, told The Daily Caller that while the women are not being ordered to wear the head scarf, encouragement is tantamount to a demand.

Mere HER i The Daily Caller.

Nyt interview med Bernard Lewis

The Tyrannies Are Doomed

The Wall Street JournalThe West’s leading scholar of the Middle East, Bernard Lewis, sees cause for optimism in the limited-government traditions of Arab and Muslim culture. But he says the U.S. should not push for quick, Western-style elections.

By Bari Weiss – April 2, 2011

‘What Went Wrong?” That was the explosive title of a December 2001 book by historian Bernard Lewis about the decline of the Muslim world. Already at the printer when 9/11 struck, the book rocketed the professor to widespread public attention, and its central question gripped Americans for a decade.

Now, all of a sudden, there’s a new question on American minds: What Might Go Right?

To find out, I made a pilgrimage to the professor’s bungalow in Princeton, N.J., where he’s lived since 1974 when he joined Princeton’s faculty from London’s School of Oriental and African Studies.

Mere HER i Wall Street Journal.

Video: Glenn Beck interviewer Erick Stakelbeck

Mullaherne i Iran mener, at den 12. imam, Mahdi, snart kommer tilbage. Interview om sagen og om den film, de iranske myndigheder har fabrikeret desangående:

Glenn on the 12th Imam

On March 29th, Glenn Beck interviewed Erick Stackelbeck from CBN about his research on the 12th Imam and the leaders of Iran.

Andre kilder: The Blaze, Wikipedia,

Video: Israelsk TV om jøder i Danmark

Danske jøder har det vist nogenlunde her i landet. Den første video er uploadet på Vimeo den 10. marts 2011 af israelske IBA News:

The Jewish Community of Denmark

Den næste video er uploadet på Vimeo 16. februar 2011. Den jødiske filmfestival blev afholdt fra den 27. til den 30. januar 2011:

Copenhagen Jewish Film Festival


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