It’s been a busy week for Islamists, as they’ve dominated the headlines on an almost daily basis. In the mean time, news media online kept a large focus on a passenger being dragged off a flight, and a woman protesting against an EDL¹ protest in the UK. The latter dominated UK media with praise for the woman while once again ignoring pro-Sharia/caliphate¹ marches and Sharia courts¹ as well as ‘right wing’ protests of child sexual abuse by “Asian” gangs. This is week 15. [Updated Dortmund bombing] Continue reading
It was a week where a government was blamed for the actions of those fighting against it and where an activist who wants a reformed Islam canceled an event in Australia due to security concerns. Where black immigration officers decried a promotion test as being racist¹ after failing it and where the BBC defended their bias¹ regarding Brexit, despite journalistic standards demanding bias not interfere. This and more made up the week, so here we go again. Continue reading
When a Somali woman worked together with a Dutch director, she became internationally known. More so than that, she became the target for radical muslims who wanted her and the Dutch director killed. So far, she continues her fight against radical Islam and Sharia law. The Dutch director however, became a victim¹. [Addition] Continue reading
There are always risks when allowing groups of people with different cultures and traditions to make their home in an already established place with established traditions and cultures. There is the potential for learning experiences regardless of what side of the aisle one might fall.
The week started once again with headlines in France. A group of four were arrested, including a teenage girl, in a raid which also uncovered explosives¹*. The four were allegedly planning a terrorist attack within the country¹, the girl had previously expressed her desire¹ to fight in Syria or Iraq. Continue reading
It was another week of somewhat quiet news outside of the US, where headlines have revolved around how many people were in attendance of the presidential inauguration. But this week’s review will begin with something that happened last week, as more detail emerged after the matter. Continue reading