Arkiv for 30. januar 2011

Video: Pat Condell forsvarer Lars Hedegaard

Støtte til Lars Hedegaard vælter ind fra alle verdenshjørner. Video og artikel:

Pat Condell: Den Strafbare Sandhed

Pat Condell’s most recent video with Danish subtitles.

Desuden en artikel her fra Digital Journal:

Outspoken anti-Islam Dane faces judgement, democracy tested

Jan 28, 2011 ■ by Bradley Axmith

Copenhagen – On Monday Lars Hedegaard, president of an international free speech group, will be handed judgement on charges that he publicly encouraged hatred or violence against Muslims. Democracy itself hangs in the balance, according to politicians.

Hedegaard is charged for hate crimes, specifically for stating that, “girls in Muslim families are raped by their uncles, their cousins or their fathers.”

As founder of the International Free Press Society (Trykkefrihedsselskabet) in Copenhagen, Hedegaard has actively struggled against the threat, he claims, Islam poses to Western civilisational values.

Link til resten i Digital Journal HER.

Video: Brigitte Gabriel om Egypten

Fra 28. januar 2011 – The Sean Hannity Show:

Egyptians Riot Against President Mubarak

Sean Hannity interviews Brigitte Gabriel and Mike Ghouse about the turmoil in Egypt.

Og fra Fox News 29. januar 2011:

Brigitte Gabriel on FNC

Chaos in Egypt

Pundits om Egypten

Artikler af Andrew Bostom, Michael Ledeen, Nonie Darwish, Daniel Greenfield, David Horowitz:

Egypt; Between Dictatorships And Revolutions

January 29th, 2011 | By Nonie Darwish

Egypt’s rebellion has been lingering in the horizon for a very long time. The brutal life of the ordinary Egyptian was waiting for the right moment to explode. But instead of understanding what was surely coming, the 82-year-old Mubarak has wasted every opportunity to transfer power to another administration peacefully. He could have gone down in history as the first Arab leader to conduct a fair election and transfer power peacefully. But he kept ignoring the inevitable and, following the many sad examples in the region, kept re-electing himself for 30 years, grooming his son to take over. Now he will go down in history as just another tyrant in the long line of known and unknown ones in the dysfunctional history of the Muslim world.

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Is this just a coincidence or is there something in Muslim culture that all too often perpetuates this vicious cycle? I believe the latter is true. Having been born and raised myself in the Muslim faith during the generation of the 1952 Nasser Egyptian revolution, which promised freedom, democracy, Arab Nationalism, socialism and self rule. My father held a prominent role in the Nasser revolutionary government of that time. A revolution that promised that the era of oppressive colonial rule was over. But what the revolution gave Egypt was more of the same and even worse conditions than the era before it; more poverty, illiteracy, tyrannical dictatorships and a police state.

Mere HER hos Big Peace eller her hos

Egypt: Revolution? By Whom? For What?

January 28, 2011 – by Michael Ledeen

As I’ve remarked in the past–but you can’t say the truth too often, right? — nobody knows what a revolution looks like.  And in fact that last clause may be very misleading, because there is no one thing that a revolution looks like.  Some revolutions happen very quietly, like the Information Revolution.  On the other hand, some very revolutionary-looking events, like lots of people in the streets calling for the downfall of a government or a regime, are just street theater.  Ask the “revolutionaries” who filled the streets of Paris calling for the end of de Gaulle.  Or the crowd that levitated the Pentagon.

You can’t judge a revolution by its theatrics.  Something real has to happen, something beyond marching, chanting slogans, and making demands.  Revolutions end systems of rule and replace them with new ones.  Is that happening now in the Middle East?  I think that the Green Movement in Iran is revolutionary, and that, if successful, it would end the Islamic Republic and replace it with a secular political system that separates mosque and state.  I think that the efforts by Hezbollah to take over Lebanon also constitute an attempt at revolutionary change, because it would turn the secular Lebanese system into an Islamic Republic.  It can go both ways.

Mere HER hos Pajamas Media. Kan også læses her hos The Foundation for Defense of Democracies. Den næste artikel er citeret i sin helhed – den var ikke længere:

What Do the Egyptian Crowds Want? Caliphate Dreams and Strict Sharia

Posted by Andrew G. Bostom Jan 29th 2011

A sobering reminder—based upon hard data—from an essay of mine published in April, 2007:

In a rigorously conducted face-to-face University of Maryland/ interview survey of 1000 Egyptian Muslims conducted between December 9, 2006 and February 15, 2007, 67% of those interviewed-more than 2/3, hardly a “fringe minority”-desired this outcome (i.e., “To unify all Islamic countries into a single Islamic state or Caliphate”). The internal validity of these data about the present longing for a Caliphate is strongly suggested by a concordant result: 74% of this Muslim sample approved the proposition “To require a strict [emphasis added] application of Shari’a law in every Islamic country.”

Fra Big Peace HER.

All that is being accomplished by the calls for Mubarak to democratize and resign is to show how irrelevant America is and how worthless it is as an ally

Muslim Brotherhood as the only force capable of replacing Mubarak

By Daniel Greenfield – January 28, 2011

After Tunisia, the disturbances have moved on to Egypt, Yemen and Jordan. Despite what is being predicted, I wouldn’t count on any of these countries undergoing the same kind of turnover.

Mubarak is a canny old goat and his secret police forces are extensive and effective. And given a choice between complying with Obama’s demands and giving in, on cracking down, he will crack down. All that is being accomplished by the calls for Mubarak to democratize and resign is to show how irrelevant America is and how worthless it is as an ally.

Mere HER i Canada Free Press.

Opdatering 30. januar 2011:

The American Left and the Crisis in Egypt

by David Horowitz – January 30 2011

The Mubarak dictatorship is crumbling, the Muslim Brotherhood is warning that regimes will fall all over the Middle East and the radical left in America and internationally is cheering them on.  Of course. The unholy alliance between the radical secular left and the forces of the Islamic jihad was forged a long time ago in the crucial of the Palestinian Islamic jihad against Israel and the West. Hamas is an offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood as are the Muslim Students Association, CAIR and every major Muslim organization in America. The MSA and the pro-Palestinian left was part of the coalition of radical organizations that defended the Saddam regime during the lead up to the Iraq war and was on the steering committee of the International Answer demonstrations. Yassir Arafat was one of Saddam’s leading cheerleaders when Iraq tried to swallow Kuwait, triggering the first Gulf War. The roots of the alliance we see shaping up in the Egyptian struggle are deep.

Mere HER på NewsRealBlog. Den ret korte artikel kan også  læses her i FrontPageMagazine.


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