Michael Coren with Brooke Goldstein: Lawfare
Andre kilder: Wikipedia,
- urbi et orbi
Kort, men godt:
“Islamophobia is prevalent above all among Muslims”
Felix Strüning – 9. April 2012
He is to a certain extent the inventor of the Islam-critical fact book and probably the most provocative opponent of political Islam in Germany: Udo Ulfkotte explains in a Citizen Times interview why Islamophobia is prevalent above all among Muslims; German Islam critics are changing nothing; what Mohammed and Hitler had in common; and what he would urgently advise Interior Minister Friedrich (German original, tanks for translation by JLH at Gates of Vienna).
Citizen Times: Mr. Ulfkotte, almost exactly nine years ago your first book on Islam, The War in our Cities, appeared. How has the debate about Islam in Germany developed since then?
Udo Ulfkotte: We have given up more and more since then. Let us leave my books and look at Thilo Sarrazin. Then we just have to accept the fact: Even when an author sells far more than a million books on the subject, is quoted in all the media — absolutely nothing changes. We are today where we were before Sarrazin. No. We are getting worse and worse in the realm of political correctness. The debate on Islam is not developing. It is repeatedly choked off. Quite slowly we are choking ourselves by doing that.
Mere HER i Citizen Times.
Begge fra 15. juni 2012:
Jonathan Halevi on islam’s global plan
Jonathan Halevi Joins Ezra Levant to discuss islam’s global design: the conquests of Jerusalem, Constantinople, Rome (read up on the Leonine Wall, Ezra), France, Spain, and everywhere else in dar al-Harb.
David Menzies on the dangers of islam
David Menzies visits with a Toronto man who actively protests about the evils of islam.
Barnabas Fund udsender løbende bulletiner om forfølgelse af kristne i Syrien, mange tusind er flygtet. Der meldes konstant om dræbte, – mindst 10.000 mennesker er omkommet siden marts 2011, siger FN ifølge BBC. Bilbomber, mortergranater, raketter og anden saliggørende islamisk fred. Våben til regimet strømmer ind bla. fra Iran og Rusland, skriver The New York Times. USA hjælper derimod oprørerne med materiel, kan man læse i Time Magazine. Og Syrien har i forvejen verdens største arsenal af kemiske våben, fortæller The Washington Times. The National Review Online beretter, at det ikke var Assad-regimet, der stod bag den grusomme massakre i Houla og Homs. Der var derimod sunnimuslimske oprørere, der gjorde det. Ofrene var shiamuslimer, alawier og kristne. Borgerkrig i fuld skala, mener højtstående kilder i FNs fredsbevarende styrker – Herve Ladsous, the U.N.’s peacekeeping chief – i et interview i New Zealand’s Rhema Radio. Hizbollah, Al Qaeda, Det Muslimske Broderskab med flere, – de er der allesammen. Der kan blive brug for mange hvide rosiner til de fromme jihadister fra Syrien, men det siger Fogh Rasmussen ikke noget om. Alex Thomson fra Channel 4 har derimod interessante oplysninger:
Syrian Rebels tried to get Alex Thomson Channel 4 Reporter killed to boost anti-Assad Propaganda
Alex Thomsen bloggede om episoden hos Channel 4:
Meget grundig artikel fra The Daily Mail:
Daniel Pipes siger også noget om Syrien:
Daniel Pipes & Allan Lee on Syria – June 13, 2012
From New Zealand’s Rhema Radio: The United Nations says Syria is now involved in all-out civil war, after their own UN Monitors were shot at by rebel forces. As we’ve heard, there are terrible tales of children being used as human shields, tortured and killed and increasingly, calls for other nations to take some sort of action. Now Russia’s giving the Syrian regime attack helicopters — and it’s clear the rebel forces are also being armed from somewhere.
Daniel Pipes is president of the Middle East Forum and a fellow at the Hoover Institution of Stanford University, and he shares on the issue.
Fra France 24:
NATO: Anders Fogh Rasmussen & Annette Young – Syria similar to Bosnia – June 13, 2012
France 24: A growing number of people are starting to compare Syria to the situation the world faced with Bosnia during the mid 1990s. Among them is NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen, who talks to Annette Young about the lessons that should have been learnt from the Balkans.
Opdatering – Mange af Pipes’ artikler oversættes til dansk. Et par af de nyeste:
Opdatering 19. juni 2012:
Halvdelen af Syriens befolkning er under 15 år. Og 60 pct. af Syriens 23 millioner indbyggere er under 20 år:
Matthew R. J. Brodsky: Assessing the Syrian Uprising
Matthew R. J. Brodsky is Director of Policy, Jewish Policy Center; Editor, inFocus Quarterly. He spoke at the Center for Security Policy ‘s National Security Group Lunch on the topic: “Assessing the Syrian Uprising”
Se eventuelt The American Spectator:
Andre kilder: EkstraBladet, Jyllands-Posten, Jyllands-Posten, The American Spectator, The American Spectator, The American Spectator, Barnabas Fund, Commentary Magazine, Foreign Policy, Foreign Policy, Foreign Policy, Gatestone Institute, The New York Times, The New York Times, The New York Times, The New York Times, The New York Times, The Washington Times, The Jerusalem Post, Reuters, Reuters, PJ Media, CNN, Daniel Pipes, Daniel Pipes, Daniel Pipes, Russia Today, Russia Today, Snaphanen,
Steven Emerson: US waging a secret cyber war against Iran – June 1, 2012
Iran: Nuclear program reportedly targeted with sophisticated super virus. Trace Gallagher, Molly Henneberg, Peter Brookes & Steve Emerson on Fox News Studio B. Virus code names: Flame, Stuxnet, Olympic Games.
Jeg vil også lige have denne lidt ældre sag med, – den er slet ikke dårlig. Fra 14. januar 2012 – John Bachman interviewer:
Steve Emerson, National Security Expert – Obama Refuses To Confront Radical Islam
Der følger en artikel med – Newsmax:
Og endnu en artikel:
“SILEX”: Iran’s Undetectable Nuclear Enrichment Technology?
by David P. Goldman – May 31, 2012
“Laser uranium enrichment is so attractive that that it will be implemented — and Iran will become the test case. What must be demanded is the complete opening of the country to appropriate inspection. Anything else would be too little – much too little.” Hans Ruhle
German nuclear weapons expert Hans Rühle warned in the daily Die Welt May 21 that Iran can enrich uranium using laser technology that is much harder to detect than centrifuges. Rühle headed the German Defense Ministry’s policy planning staff during the 1980s. In a widely-discussed commentary last February 17, he argued that Israel has the capacity to cripple Iran’s nuclear weapons program. He also presented evidence in Die Welt that Iran may have tested a nuclear weapon in North Korea.
“Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadihejad announced in 2010 the ‘good nuclear news’ that Iran then possessed laser technology for uranium enrichment. Iran would not use this technology immediately, Ahmadinejad insisted, but his extremely positive characterization of the new technological option casts strong doubt on Iran’s intentions and suggests that Iran’s voluntary restraint on enrichment is an attempt at diversion,” Rühle wrote in his May 21 analysis.
Mere HER hos Gatestone Institute.
Leaking Cyberwar Secrets
The White House wants credit for successes but blames Israel for failures, a New York Times exposé shows
By Lee Smith | June 6, 2012
It was quite a week for cyberwarfare. First came the revelation that Iran was suffering from a virus called Flame—apparently the most powerful spyware ever created, turning computers into virtual double-agents—which has already infected at least 1,000 computers, nearly all of them in Iran, the Palestinian territories, Sudan, Syria, and Lebanon.
Mere HER i The Tablet.
Islam er misforstået, hører vi. Igen og igen. Det er så imamsk det hele. Fra Aramaic Broadcasting Network 4. juni 2012:
Christianity or lslam ?
Egypt’s Nightmare: Islamists or the Military?
By Nonie Darwish – June 6, 2012
The laws of nature are uncovering Egypt’s nightmare after the revolution when Egyptians are suddenly facing the limitations and suppression Islam has created in their political institutions over decades and even centuries. The political drama keeps unfolding exposing only two deeply rooted forces who are the winners in the recent elections, namely the Islamists represented in the Muslim Brotherhood, or Askar, Arabic for military.
When the Egyptians where given the chance to vote in their president for the first time in their over five thousand year long history, they found themselves instinctively electing Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood and Ahmed Shafiq, a no nonsense military leader and former Prime Minister. One of two men will win soon in the general election. The first represents a Sharia based Theocracy, while the second who is the lesser of two evils, represents the military. Traditionally the Muslim world has resorted to brute military force as the only way to restrain and contain the Islamists. But either choice has never accomplished a democracy based on freedom of citizens. Thus either choice for Egyptians will bring them back to square one; back to tyranny under either system, a destiny no Muslim state has succeeded to avoid.