Posts Tagged 'Adam Turner'

Video: Ezra Levant om flere trusler imod ytringsfrihed

Om David Letterman, South Park, Adam Turner fra The Legal Project og mere – fra The Source den 7. oktober 2011:

Ezra Levant on muslims making death threats

Ezra Levant revisits the threats against David Letterman and the South Park guys.

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David Letterman gets it exactly right

by Adam Turner – October 3, 2011

Kudos to American television comedian David Letterman! On June 5, 2011, Letterman smiled and drew his finger across his own throat on his CBS program “Late Show with David Letterman” to celebrate the U.S. military’s reported killing of Ilyas Kashmiri, an Islamist terrorist who apparently was the head of Harkat-ul-Jihad al-Islami and a senior al-Qaeda leader. Kashmiri reportedly was one of the leading organizers of the deadly November 2008 Mumbai attacks in India, which killed 164 innocent people and wounded at least 308. He was also recently indicted in U.S. federal court for conspiring with other terrorists to plan a Mumbai-style attack in Denmark, directed at the newspaper Jyllands-Posten, the newspaper that had published the infamous Mohammed cartoons. For good measure, Letterman also insulted Osama bin Laden during the same broadcast.

Mere HER hos The Legal Project. Kan også læses her hos The Daily Caller.

Geert Wilders’ Acquittal: An Important First Step for Free Speech in the Netherlands

by Debra L. Feuer  •  Sep 24, 2011

On June 23rd, the Amsterdam District Court acquitted Dutch MP Geert Wilders, bringing to a close a nearly two-year ordeal. The decision was a clear victory for Wilders who had faced both fines and imprisonment for charges of “group defamation” and “incitement to hatred and to discrimination” on the basis of religion and race under article 137c and 137d of the Dutch Penal Code (DPC).

“I am delighted with this ruling,” said Wilders. “It is a victory, not only for me, but for all the Dutch people. Today is a victory for freedom of speech.”

Mere HER hos The Legal Project.

Threats to Free Speech: A Tale of Two Terry Joneses

by David J. Rusin  •  Oct 14, 2011

Within the span of several days, two news items concerning two Terry Joneses helped illuminate the different paths by which speech critical of Islam can be gradually extinguished.

The pastor. Lawyers for one Terry Jones, the Florida-based minister who oversaw a Koran burning in March and handed global jihadists an excuse to rampage, were in a Detroit courtroom on October 6, trying to reverse a half-year-old decision curbing his right to speak and protest.

Mere HER hos Islamist Watch.

Why the Government should not block our move to protect free speech

By Edward Leigh MP – October 08, 2011

For centuries, men and women in Britain have fought for the right to express in words what is in their hearts. Freedom of speech is, perhaps, our most precious civil liberty after the right to life itself.

But there is a widely held concern that civil liberties such as freedom of speech are being eroded. Many blame the last government for this. Even the current Leader of the Opposition admitted that the Labour government was “draconian” on civil liberties.

Mere HER i The Conservative Home.

Andre kilder: Ezra Levant,

Man hygger sig i Dearborn, Michigan

Jeg har fundet lidt artikler om den muslimske fred i Dearborn, der nu igen manifesterer sig i vold:

Koran-burning pastor Terry Jones cuts short rally after he is pelted with shoes

By Daily Mail on 1st May 2011

Koran-burning pastor Terry Jones had to cut short a rally after he was drowned out by counter-protesters and hurled with shoes and water bottles.

Logo Daily Mail Online

Jones was attempting to hold a demonstration in Dearborn, Michigan, objecting to a ban that stopped a planned outside the largest mosque in America, which is nearby.

The controversial preacher was shouted down with abuse and chants from counter-protesters as he spoke in the heavily Arab community.

Mere HER i The Daily Mail.

Dearborn, Michigan: America’s First Sharia-Compliant Muslim Enclave?

April 30th, 2011 by Andrew Bostom

The hub of Islamic supremacism in the US—Dearborn’s Islamic Center of America….

…To which no US citizen should submit

Yesterday, (4/29/11) a Muslim mob of 50, disturbingly reminiscent of their co-religionists across a vast swath of official Islamdom,  breached the security cordon at the City Hall in Dearborn, Michigan separating them from their speechifying nemesis, Pastor Terry Jones,

…breaking a barricade, throwing water bottles and shoes.

Mere HER på Andrew Bostoms blog.

May Christians Preach Outside a Philadelphia Mosque?

by David J. Rusin – May 1, 2011

Law enforcement scrutiny, detainment by police, and a court date to answer trumped-up charges: these are the consequences of preaching Christianity to Muslims not only throughout much of the Islamic world, but sometimes even in America as well.

The most infamous example occurred last June, when four missionaries from Acts 17 Apologetics were arrested and charged with breach of peace while they calmly discussed their faith with Muslims at the Arab International Festival in Dearborn, Michigan. Armed with self-recorded video showing that they had acted in a civil fashion, the Christians were vindicated by a jury several months later.

Mere HER i The American Thinker. Kan også læses her hos Islamist Watch.

Opdatering den 2. maj 2011:

It’s Time to Take a Stand for Free Speech

by Adam Turner  •  Apr 29, 2011

In 2011, fringe Florida Pastor Terry Jones finally burned a Koran in Florida. He had first threatened to burn a Koran the year before but had been persuaded to desist by the pleas of numerous prominent Americans, especially members of our governing elite. However, perhaps bothered by his loss of public attention since then, Jones followed through with his original threat on March 20, 2011. Less than two weeks later, Afghanis learned of the incident after President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan – either wilfully or recklessly – publicly condemned the Koran-burning. Soon after that, his state employed radical Islamist Imams began to preach to the religious Afghani community, whipping them into a frenzy of anti-Americanism. Predictably, these Afghanis began to look for Americans to punish, and finding that the only Americans in the country were armed soldiers, they chose to broaden their anger to include less menacing Western targets. After more than a week of rioting, this government and Islamist instigated catastrophe has resulted in the deaths of at least 24 people, including the massacre of seven UN civilians, two of whom were beheaded, and there was widespread destruction in Afghanistan’s major cities. Ironically, it has also resulted in the burning of multiple Korans.

Mere HER hos The Legal Project.

Andre kilder: The Toledo Blade,

Masser af “had” i februar

February was Hate Speech Month in Europe

by Adam Turner  •  Mar 14, 2011

Logo The Legal ProjectFebruary 2011 apparently was “Hate Speech Month in Europe,” as a trio of “hate speech” trials in Europe made some big news. On February 15, Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff (ESW) was found guilty of hate speech against religion in Austria because of statements she made in a series of seminars about the dangers of Sharia law.

Although she could have been given a three year sentence in prison, she was (only) fined 480 Euros (or the equivalent of $646.73). Also in February, the Dutch court ruled that the hate crimes trial of the flamboyant Geert Wilders, the anti-Islam Dutch politician the Dutch elites have been trying to run out of politics for about three years now, would continue, even though the prosecution doesn’t really want to prosecute him and the previous judges were ousted for showing an obvious bias against Mr. Wilders. And Danish author Lars Hedegaard was found not guilty by a technicality for his comments regarding violence among the Muslim immigrant communities in Denmark. Lucky for Mr. Hedegaard, the Danish Court held that he had not meant for these comments to be published!

Mere HER i The Legal Project. Kan også læses her hos Family SecurityMatters.


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