Arkiv for 19. april 2012

Video, audio & artikel: Tre interview med Nonie Darwish

Fine sager her – fra 7. april 2012:

Nonie Darwish – The Devil We Don’t Know / The Dark Side of Revolution in the Middle East

A candid interview with Author, Public Speaker, and Human Rights Activist, Nonie Darwish, concerning her latest book, “The Devil We Don’t Know / The Dark Side of Revolution in the Middle East.”

Og audio. En muslim ringer ind og siger, at “profeten” var drag og homoseksuel. FrontPageMagazine skriver:

Islamic Apologists vs. Nonie Darwish — on The Jamie Glazov Show

Join the Jamie Glazov Show that aired on Tuesday, April 17, 2012 at 8-9 pm Pacific (11-12 pm EST) on Blog Talk Radio.

This week’s guest was Nonie Darwish, the author of the new book, The Devil We Don’t Know: The Dark Side of Revolutions in the Middle East.

Startes HER – åbner Windows Media Player. Varighed 1 time.

Artikler – Tapsons interview er ret godt:

The Devil We Don’t Know, Part I

by Mark Tapson on Apr 12th, 2012

The “Arab Spring.” The mainstream media clung to this phrase last year in their giddy haste to promote what they saw as a flowering of freedom-loving, democratic uprisings across the Arab world, for which they were eager to credit President Obama’s famed Cairo speech as partial inspiration. Instead, it unfolded with freedom-hating Islamic fundamentalists seizing political dominance, and the Arab Spring came to look more a Muslim Winter. What went wrong?

Mere HER i FrontPageMagazine.

The Devil We Don’t Know, Part II

by Mark Tapson on Apr 16th, 2012

Mark Tapson:  You write that “liberty and equality for women in the Middle East are closely linked to defeating sharia.” But you note that “Islamic feminism is a twisted kind of feminism that champions pride in Islamic bondage.” Can you elaborate on that?

Nonie Darwish: It is a fact that there is hardly any Islamic feminist movement. How could it be that female citizens of the most oppressive anti-women system on Earth fail to take the opportunity of the Arab Spring to change their destiny and the destiny of their daughters and granddaughters? The answer to this question is very complex and part of the larger problem of Islam itself. Muslim women are at a much greater disadvantage if compared to Western feminists who did not have to overcome death penalties, humiliation, flogging and societal rejection and isolation if they violate religious laws.

Mere HER i FrontPageMagazine.

Andre kilder: Jihad Watch,

Video: Michael Coren om aktivisten Andreas Ias

Venstreekstremisten, Andreas Ias er en af dem, der giver Danmark et dårligt ry i udlandet. En dansker, der støtter islamister. En israelsk soldat gav Ias en på lampen, efter at de bevæbnede aktivister havde angrebet israelerne med stokke. Aktivisterne brækkede hånden på den israelske soldat, der slog igen. Og gerningsmanden var Andreas Ias. Der er åbenbart mere i den historie end man umiddelbart skulle tro. Soldaten Eisner siger i følge The Globe and Mail:

“We know the history of these anarchists,” he said. “They came with sticks and broke my hand, but no one will tell or film that.”

Den israelske soldat har masser af opbakning. Fra Sky News:

More than 80 Israeli soldiers and reservists have signed a petition of support for a military commander who was filmed assaulting a Danish pro-Palestinian activist.

Den anti-isralske anarkist benægter, at den to timer lange konfrontation var voldelig, skriver The Jerualem Post. Netanyahu, Peres og andre har fordømt soldaten og episoden efterforskes af IDF. Coren støtter heller ikke danskeren:

Michael Coren on terrorism supporter Andreas Ias

Anarkisterne havde fået klar besked på ikke at blokere trafikken og passere gaden. I stedet provokerede de og forsøgte at bryde soldaternes afspærring. På denne video ser man fjolset fra Danmark vade bevidstløst og uopmærksomt lige ind i de fremrykkende soldaters række:

Og artikel af Spengler, som indleder med en omtale af vores håbløse landsmand:

Sympathy for the Leftist Devil

April 18, 2012 – by David P. Goldman

Israel’s minor annoyance over an influx of pro-Palestinian activists in the so-called flotilla rates a great deal more attention than it deserves from the liberal media, for example, this tongue-clicking, finger-wagging item from the New York Times’ “The Lede” blog. It used to be that the body of a dead Palestinian kid (almost certain shot by Palestinians in crossfire) was the poster for Palestinian activism. All the flotilla folks have is a video of an Israeli officer bonking a blond boy in the face with his rifle; the boy falls, gets up, and walks away with a hurt look. “Israeli soldiers brutally attack Palestinian activists,” reads the super-imposed title on the video.

It can’t be good to be a pro-Palestinian activist these days. No one has time to worry about the Palestinians. Bashar al-Assad continues to slaughter his own people — nearly 10,000 over the past year — and the Muslim Brotherhood leaders of the Syrian opposition undoubtedly would slaughter Assad’s Alawite coreligionists were they to take power. There are at least 2,000 dead and 22,000 injured in little Yemen during the past two years. All of this pales next to what is likely to come in Egypt, as the military and the Islamists fight for power.

Mere HER hos PJ Media.

Andre kilder: Den Korte Avis, Haaretz, Haaretz, Haaretz, Haaretz, Haaretz, Israel Hayom, Israel Hayom, The Jerualem Post, The Globe and Mail, Ynetnews,


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