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How the West Was Lost?

By Jamie Glazov

Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Hasan Mahmud, the Director of Sharia Law at the Muslim Canadian Congress (  ) . He played a vital role in the successful movement against the Toronto Sharia Court. The court had been established in 1991 (and functioning since then) with the blessing of Ontario law and was banned in 2003 when the Ontario Government enacted a new law banning all faith-courts. He has authored books, debates, docudramas and a DocuMovie on Sharia. He has also spoken on Sharia in various conferences in Europe, North America and Asia.

FP: Hasan Mahmud, welcome to FrontPage Interview.

Mahmud: Thanks and Salam to all. It is sad that we are forced to spend part of our resources and attention to address man-made problems when millions suffer due to natural calamities such as food-shortage, famine, epidemic, unemployment, earthquake, Tsunami and so on.

FP: We’re here today to discuss Sharia Law and your group’s opposition to it. Let’s begin with why you, as a Muslim, oppose Sharia Law.
Eleanor Duckworth's Spotlight

October 16, 2008

Muslims "act like the United States owes them"

After reading this in the International Herald Tribune, I wondered how a group of refugees from a country torn by civil war and other human-rights' abuses could end up creating a raft-load of problems for the United States. Is reason is that they are buying into victimology mentality that promotes the idea of entitlement. Instead of being grateful to the United States for sheltering them, they are now showing an unpleasant side, predictably the one that many Muslims eventually reveal: They set the rules and the United States must comply with Muslim law.
August 11, 2008 Posted on Friday, October 10, 2008

Jihadists Train in Rural America (More scary Islamist training in America)

by tiniyo

Islamic extremists in the United States have traditionally set up shop in big cities with large Muslim populations: places like New York City, Dearborn, Michigan and even Washington, DC. But one secretive group is doing just the opposite. They call themselves Muslims of America. They've established compounds throughout the rural U.S. Members say they moved to the countryside to lead peaceful lives free of "Western decadence." But others say that doesn't tell the whole story.
October 14, 2008
See Islam video banned in Detroit
Free Press rejected paid offer to distribute award-winning film 'Obsession'

How powerful is the video documentary "Obsession" an exposé of radical Islam's agenda throughout the world?

So powerful that at least one metro daily newspaper has refused a paid deal to distribute free educational copies of the acclaimed DVD to subscribers.

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