Sunday, September 28, 2008

FrontPage Magazine

This article was found in FrontPage Magazine which I have copied and pasted in it's entirety. She sums up my views with more eloquence than I can muster.

What Is An “Islamophobe?”
By Brigitte Gabriel

For the past five years, I’ve been traveling the world in an effort to inform people about the threat of radical Islam. I have often been accused of “hate speech” and “Islamophobia.” The latest was in an article in the New York Times, where I was described not just as an “Islamophobe,” but a “radical Islamophobe.” This made me question what those terms really mean. What is the difference between “hate speech” and “free speech”? What is “Islamophobia” and who are the true “Islamophobes?”
“Hate speech” verses “free speech” is easy to define. All over the United States, so-called “progressive” individuals and groups berate the USA and Israel and in the process tell outrageous lies about both countries. That’s called “free speech.” When others, including me, tell the truth about the threat of radical Islam, that’s labeled “hate speech” by many of these “progressives.”
But what is “hate speech” and what is “Islamophobia”? When I describe the threat presented by radical Islam, I quote chapter and verse from the Koran and authoritative classical Islamic sources. When I describe the worldwide campaign of Islamist hate indoctrination against the West, and the mind-numbing mass violence committed and glorified by radical Islamists, I am relaying facts that have been published by print and electronic media outlets all over the world. Do some of the facts about Islamist supremism manifest “hatefulness?” Certainly. However, it’s not my fault that the truth about Islamist supremacist teachings and edicts is that they promote hate. I wish they didn’t. But wishing doesn’t make it so (contrary to the belief of the New York Times). The Koran explicitly tells Muslims to hate (terrorize, subdue, oppress, and slaughter) the unbeliever until Islam is supreme in the world: "Your Lord inspired the angels with the message: ‘I am with you. Give firmness to the Believers. I will terrorize the unbelievers. Therefore smite them on their necks and every joint and incapacitate them. Strike off their heads and cut off each of their fingers and toes.’" (Koran 8:12)
The Koran explicitly preaches that Christians and Jews are descended from monkeys and apes. In the more than 13 centuries since the emergence of Islam, this strict Islamic dogma has never been abrogated, amended or ameliorated. It is the Koran that is guilty of “hate speech.” I merely am the messenger exposing this hate.
Which brings us to “Islamophobia” and “radical Islamophobes.” According to the dictionary, the suffix “-phobe” comes from the Latin phobos, which means “fearing.” Do I fear radical Islam? You bet. Do any of these locales ring a bell? London subways. Madrid train stations. Bali night clubs. Beslan elementary school. They are all locations of horrendous terrorist atrocities committed by radical Islamists, with scores of civilian fatalities and hundreds maimed. I can name hundreds of other locales, from all over the world. If fearing radical Islamist terror makes me an “Islamophobe,” then I am an “Islamophobe” in its healthiest manifestation. In light of recent history, I submit that it would be (at best) foolhardy to be otherwise.
Things get a little more complicated when we get to “Islamophobia.” The dictionary defines a “phobia” as “an exaggerated, usually inexplicable and illogical fear of a particular object, class of objects, or situation.” Anyone who thinks that my fear of radical Islam is “exaggerated,” “inexplicable” and/or “illogical” is invited to take the world terrorism tour referred to in the preceding paragraph, or read my two books, which I submit as evidence from a personal and factual level. If exaggeration or illogic are required elements in the definition, then my fear of radical Islam is NOT “Islamophobia.”
If that was not sufficiently complicated, when used as a suffix “-phobia” can include “intolerance or aversion for” the object of the phobia. Am I intolerant of mass murder, justified and glorified in the name of Allah? Yes, I am. Do I have an aversion to subway and train bombings? Yes, I do. According to that definition, my fear of radical Islam would be “Islamophobia.” However, if my intolerance of mass murder and my aversion to nightclub bombings makes me a “Islamophobe,” then I submit that my so-called “Islamophobia” is fully justified and logical and therefore not a phobia in the usual sense of the word.
The next question must be: what distinguishes a “radical” Islamophobe from a run-of-the-mill Islamophobe? Perhaps they should be distinguished by how their Islamphobia affects their behavior. My “Islamophobia” motivates me to stand up and speak out about the threat of radical Islam. My “Islamophobia” motivates me to tell-the-truth. This definitely makes me a “radical.” Examples of conventional Islamophobes abound. Their fear of Islam motivates them to censor themselves in the face of Muslim threats and intimidation.
The best-known example is the craven failure of the major American media to stand up for freedom of the press during the Muhammad cartoon controversy. Anyone who will read this will be familiar with the details. There was much hand wringing in the media about freedom of speech, but only three newspapers in the United States had the journalistic integrity to print the cartoons in solidarity with the Danish newspaper which originally printed them.[1] Only one newspaper in the United States actually had the integrity to admit that they were not printing the cartoons because of “fear of retaliation from . . . bloodthirsty Islamists who seek to impose their will on those who do not believe as they do….”[2] The rest declined to do so, usually offering as their rationale that the cartoons were “offensive,” and they were being “respectful” of Muslim “sensitivity.” Approximately two dozen periodicals in 13 European countries ran the Muhammad cartoons, “insisting that they will not allow thugs to decide what a free press can publish.”[3] The New York Times itself dutifully reported on various European newspapers printing the Muhammad cartoons in solidarity with and support of the Danish newspaper.[4] The Times could have taken the hint and printed the cartoons, but was apparently oblivious to the irony of being taught a lesson in freedom of the press by a bunch of Europeans. Instead, the Times’ fear of Islam, its Islamophobia, caused the great Grey Lady of the Fourth Estate, the most respected voice in American print media, to roll over and play dead. This is dangerous, craven Islamophobia.
And the Times is still playing dead. It has failed to report adequately on an even more egregious and harmful example of Islamophobia afflicting the American publishing industry. Random House has just cancelled the publication of a book about one of Muhammad’s wives explicitly because of fear of a violent Muslim reaction.[5] The major American media outlets, both print and electronic, have absorbed the lessons of the Muhammad cartoon riots, and the Salman Rushdie affair, and the slaughter of Theo Van Gogh, etc., etc. They are intimidated into silence by their Islamophobia. They’ve become like slaves, so accustomed to the feel of the lash that they flinch at the mere thought of their master raising his hand. No one rings the alarm at the Times when a major American publishing house cancels publication of a book because they fear Muslim rioting.
Am I afraid of those Muslims who do not use the Koran as justification for murder and terrorism? No. Do I fear radical Islam? I already admitted that I did. Maybe that makes me a “radical Islamophobe.” But am I cowed by my fear of radical Islamists? Absolutely not. I will continue to stand up and tell the truth. Will anyone on the staff of the New York Times admit that they fear radical Islam, and they are cowed by their fear? Almost certainly not. On the contrary, they would probably protest loudly that the opposite is true. But their actions, and their editorial policy, speak louder than their protestations. They are also Islamophobes, but of a different stripe.
If I were a New York Times Islamophobe instead of a Brigitte Gabriel Islamophobe, I could no longer say I come from the land of the free and the home of the brave.
1 These newspapers are the New York Sun, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and the Austin American-Statesman. William J. Bennett and Alan M. Dershowitz, “A Failure of the Press”, Washington Post, Thursday, February 23, 2006, page A19,
2 The Boston Phoenix, as reported by Jeff Jacoby, “When fear cows the media”, Boston Globe, February 19, 2006,
3 Jacoby, Id.
4 Alan Cowell, “More European Papers Print Cartoons of Muhammad, Fueling Dispute With Muslims”, New York Times, February 2, 2006,
Brigitte Gabriel is the author of Because They Hate: A Survivor of Islamic Terror Warns America and the founder of American Congress for She is an expert on the Middle East and lectures nationally and internationally on the subject

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Royal Navy won't fight pirates 'in case they claim asylum'

Royal Navy won't fight pirates 'in case they claim asylum': "British Foreign Office officials are understood to have advised the Royal Navy not to confront or arrest pirates in the region for fear of transgressing human rights legislation or encouraging their seeking asylum once taken to the UK"

The British Royal Navy, once the scourge of pirates everywhere, has been advised not to apprehend or even confront Somali pirates on the Horn of Africa lest these pirates claim asylum and a life on the dole in the U.K. Once in Britain they better not illegally download any music to their MP3 players otherwise they would face the full majesty of British Justice.

Friday, September 26, 2008

Accused of anti-Semitism, Ahmadinejad meets Jews | International | Reuters

Accused of anti-Semitism, Ahmadinejad meets Jews International Reuters

Neturei Karta is a fringe group of loons who believe Israel should not exist. They exist only to be used for propaganda by Islamaniacs, Antisemites, the Associated Press and Reuters who make sure to photograph and write about them every single time they surface at an anti-Israel event. And they’re at every high profile anti-Israel event. While Islamo-hate-preachers rave about the annihilation of Israel these kooks stand by and nod approvingly.

Thursday, September 25, 2008

SteynOnline - Home

SteynOnline - Home:
"BREAKING NEWS: There's a rumor going around that the three pretend judges of the British Columbia 'Human Rights' Tribunal will announce their verdict Friday at 12 noon Pacific"

My guess is that the sock puppets hopes will be ruined by the roo's ruling and will rue the fact that taxpayers will not finance any appeal. Macleans Magazine will win even if it loses because a real court will uphold freedom of speech.

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Our World: Your abortions or your lives! | Columnists | Jerusalem Post

Our World: Your abortions or your lives! Columnists Jerusalem Post: "the New York Sun published the speech that Republican vice presidential nominee and Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin would have delivered at that day's rally outside UN headquarters in New York against Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and against Iran's plan to destroy Israel. She would have delivered it, if she hadn't been disinvited."

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Naomi Wolf: The Battle Plan II: Sarah "Evita" Palin, the Muse of the Coming Police State

Naomi Wolf: The Battle Plan II: Sarah "Evita" Palin, the Muse of the Coming Police State

Yes this is the same Naomi Wolf, noted dhimmi in an earlier blog, who now writes this paranoid piece as Sarah Palin either as an evil mastermind or as a pawn in a mindbogglingly complex conspiracy. Oh well here is a little song for a lady on her way to the Casa Blanca as imagined by Democrats.

Don't drill for me Alaska
On the wildlife reserve we'll never let you
Keep your end time beliefs, you haunted churches
Vote Obama!

Saturday, September 20, 2008

The Religion of Peace

Thousands of Deadly Islamic Terror Attacks Since 9/11

Gates of Vienna: Text of Geert Wilders’ Speech to Parliament

Gates of Vienna: Text of Geert Wilders’ Speech to Parliament

This speech by Geert Wilders to the Netherlands' Parliament was being broadcast live on Dutch state television but they "pulled the plug" as it were midway through the speech. It is always worthwhile to hear something that someone else does not want you to hear. Give it a read.

Friday, September 19, 2008

YouTube - Galloway Defends Islamic Extremists

YouTube - Galloway Defends Islamic Extremists

This guy should get the Ultimate Dhimmi Award except he his probably a crypto Islamist himself'

AKI - Adnkronos international Germany: Cologne braces for anti-Islam protesters amid fears of violence

AKI - Adnkronos international Germany: Cologne braces for anti-Islam protesters amid fears of violence

Here is a story that may become prominent in the news over the next few days. The natives are getting restless about the continuing colonization of Europe by Muslims. If there is violence odds are that it will be instigated by Islamo=fascists but blamed on the anti-Islam protesters.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

DVD on radical Islam offends Lemoyne recipient - Midstate PA Local News, Weather, Sports & Entertainment -

DVD on radical Islam offends Lemoyne recipient - Midstate PA Local News, Weather, Sports & Entertainment -

The Dhimmi Award for the day goes to Sally Lopez!

"Sally Lopez said she opened the mailbox at her Lemoyne home on Monday and found a DVD entitled 'Obsession: Radical Islam's War Against the West." - The Patriot-News

"My thing is, I'm not stupid. There are definitely radical Islamic cells all over the world, but we also have the Aryan Nation, the [Ku Klux Klan], all kinds of hate groups out there," Lopez said. "They're just instilling fear in us. I'm tired of living in fear."

Sure lady, like the Aryan Nations and/or the Ku Klux Klan are responsible for over 10,000 terrorist murders since 9/11.

Middle East Online

Middle East Online

"The marriage of nine-year-old girls is not forbidden because according to the Hadith (the Prophet Mohammed's sayings), Mohammed married Aisha when she was only seven-years-old and he consummated his union when she was nine," wrote Sheikh Mohamed Ben Abderrahman Al-Maghraoui on his website (

Even a prominent Islamic theologian endorses pedophilia, makes one think, does it not?

Saturday, September 13, 2008

Woman TV executive 'sacked by Al Jazeera for being white, Christian, British female' | Mail Online

Woman TV executive 'sacked by Al Jazeera for being white, Christian, British female' Mail Online

Jo Burgin, dismissed by TV network Al Jazeera, has launched a one million pound claim against her former employer before a British Employment Tribunal. It seems that this 49 year old television journalist was unaware that an Islamic Arabic network based in Qatar would be racist, sexist and harbour anti-Western sentiment.
Avi Lewis the ex-CBC journalist, son of Steven Lewis and Michelle Landsberg, also has taken a position with Al Jazeera. Perhaps one day he will discover that his Arab employer harbours hatred toward Jews.

Thursday, September 11, 2008

PAKISTAN Christian girl, kidnapped and converted by Muslims, returned to family - Asia News

PAKISTAN Christian girl, kidnapped and converted by Muslims, returned to family - Asia News

Muslims are as Muslims do is the moral of this story of two Christian girls, thirteen and ten years of age, kidnapped and forcibly converted to Islam. The ten year old was returned to her family but, despite official documentation. was judged to be sixteen and left in the custody of the kidnappers.

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

What Islam Is Not » Winds Of Jihad

What Islam Is Not » Winds Of Jihad

Find out what the "Relgion of Peace" really teaches in the largest Mosque in Britian, if you dare.

Saturday, September 6, 2008

Islamophobia Watch - Home - Racists gather for Cologne anti-Islam rally

Islamophobia Watch - Home - Racists gather for Cologne anti-Islam rally

I am confused. What race is Islam? Last time I checked Arabs, Iranians, Kurds, Turks et cetera were Caucasians like myself but not all of them are Islamic. Many from Africa are, of course, black people who are Islamic, but not all black people from Africa are Islamic, some are Christians or animists or even atheists like Nelson Mandela. In Indonesia, which has the most people of the Islamic faith, the majority ethnic group are the Javanese but some of these are Hindus, Buddhists or even Christian. Would someone please explain to me what race Islam is?

FrontPage Magazine

FrontPage Magazine: "'Neither the Conservatives nor the Liberals have any interest in this. Their effort is to appease these Islamist groups. They don't wish to offend, and therefore the Islamists can walk over and literally blackmail politicians and the liberal intelligentsia into not saying a word about it."