“There is in every true woman’s heart, a spark of heavenly fire, which lies dormant in the broad daylight of prosperity, but which kindles up and beams and blazes in the dark hour of adversity.”
Uncommon Senate Hearing Discusses Islamist Group Agendas
Muslim woman exposes CAIR to Congress. “I understand that for most Americans, dealing with Islamism is extremely difficult because it is associated with Islam. Very few people dare to question the beliefs or actions of Muslims for fear of being called a bigot or an Islamophobe.”
Tears for a Terrorist
Omar Khadr’s Academy Award winning (whining?) performance on the video released earlier this week by his attorneys was created to garner sympathy for the poor, misguided youth’s travails at Guantanamo Bay. But this is hard to swallow when one remembers that Khadr is a member of the “first family of terror” in Canada and supported jihad while following in the footsteps of his dad, Ahmed Khadr, an Egyptian immigrant to Canada, and a high-ranking al-Qaeda member and financier, his sister Zaynab who was charged with smuggling al-Qaeda propaganda into Canada and his brother, Abdullah Khadr, who is imprisoned in Canada on terrorism charges, as he awaits extradition to America. Sell it to the French, would ya’?
Italy grapples with polygamy
Nonie Darwish describes the misery for women inherent in Islamic polygamy.
“The Muslim marriage contract by itself is unfair for woman because in it men have three more spaces to fill out by three more women…That sets up the women against each other. Women are very hostile to each other. They don’t trust each other. They don’t form organizations to better themselves or have comon cause to fight for and this is all because of the problem of polygamy… It’s in the back of the mind of every Arab woman, every Muslim woman that in time of trouble my husband can solve a problem by marrying somebody else, without even my knowledge.”
Four cleared over Madrid terror blasts
The man who trades freedom for security does not deserve nor will he ever receive either.
First Guantanamo war-crimes trial set to begin
In a victory for the Bush administration in its protracted quest to prosecute terrorism suspects held at Guantanamo, a federal judge in Washington on Thursday rejected defense attorneys’ appeals to halt the trial of Osama bin Laden’s former driver, Salim Ahmed Hamdan of Yemen, and it will get underway Monday.
Egypt’s men blame women for harassment
Nearly two-thirds of Egyptian men admit to having sexually harassed women in the most populous Arab country, and most say women themselves are to blame for their maltreatment, a survey shows. 62 per cent of Egyptian men reported perpetrating harassment, while 83 per cent of Egyptian women reported having been sexually harassed. Nearly half of women said the abuse occurred daily.
Muslim taxi drivers refuse blind fares with ‘unclean’ guide dogs
Here we go again. Time to consider a new career.