Jihad on Screen
By Jamie Glazov
Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Gregory Ross, the Director of Communications for Clarion Fund. Their mission is to educate America about the threat of radical Islam. They do this through their films, websites and on-campus college programs.
FP: Gregory Ross, welcome to Frontpage Interview.
Ross: Thanks for having me on board. It’s a pleasure to speak with you.
FP: I’d like to talk to you about the film “Obsession” today and how it is still being shown two years later. But first tell us a bit about the Clarion Fund.
August 28, 2008
The Cart before the Horse - Terrorism and Violence in Islam
By Sam Solomon
Baquba... Abu-Ghraib... Takrit... Al-Qaeda... Bint-Jubail... Fallaujah... Hamidi ... Samarra... Hamed Al-Suaidi... Al-Zarqawi... Bin Ladin... Ahmadinejad!
During the half-decade since 9/11 in New York City, this generation of reporters has quickly mastered the pronunciation of such previously unfamiliar place names & surnames as the above. And many of these have practically become household words - words which now roll off the tongues of reporters as smoothly as if they were born to it.
It's all a part of what is termed the "new normal'. In essence, we have a new reality and a new vocabulary - a vocabulary of terror.We have mastered this new vocabulary as well as the necessary related geography of their lands, lands about which we never dreamed we would need to know, at least not to this level of detail.
September 3, 2008
Reasonable accommodation and Muslim demands
To Sum Up:
1) Islam is a Total System. It offers a Complete Regulation of Life. It is dualistic: Believer and Infidel; Dar al-Islam and Dar al-Harb (with a transient and trivial category, Dar al-Sulh, where a "truce" has been put into effect); What Is Commanded (Halal) and What Is Prohibited (Haram).
2) Muslims are obligated to participate in the "struggle," or Jihad, to remove all obstacles to the spread, and then the dominance, of Islam.
Foundation for Defense of Democracies
August 28, 2008
The Big Chill: Islamists intend to muzzle Americans' free speech; a few congressmen are fighting back
Scripps Howard News Service
Freedom of speech is under attack. Let us count the ways.
The first and most obvious: Those who criticize militant Islamists – from novelist Salman Rushdie to Danish cartoonists to memoirist Ayaan Hirsi Ali – are routinely threatened with deadly violence. It would be black humor to say this is having a chilling effect.