Daily Archives: October 25, 2017

Rohingya Refugee Crisis: The Role of Islamist Terrorists by Lawrence A. Franklin

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Although no one is recommending the horrors of murder or mass-expulsions, little attention has been paid to Rohingya ties to international Islamic terrorism.

The EU Lectures Journalists about PC Reporting by Bruce Bawer

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Nor, we are told, should we associate “terms such as ‘Muslim’ or ‘Islam’… with particular acts,” because to do that is to “stigmatize.” What exactly does this mean? That when a man shouts “Allahu Akbar” after having gunned down, run over with a truck, or blown to bits dozens of innocent pedestrians or concertgoers, we are supposed to ignore that little detail?

Canada’s Anti-Islamophobia Motion by A. Z. Mohamed

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Even though at this stage, M-103 is non-binding, as one of its supporters — Samer Majzoub, president of the Canadian Muslim Forum and affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood — wrote, “Now that Islamophobia has been condemned, this is not the end, but rather the beginning.”

Europe: Journalists Against Free Speech by Judith Bergman

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  • Gone is all pretense that journalism is about reporting the facts. These are the aims of a political actor Being bought and paid for by the EU apparently counts as “press freedom” these days.

Thanks to Obama, America is two steps behind Iran in Middle East by John R. Bolton

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The fall of Raqqa, capital of the Islamic State’s “caliphate” in Syria and Iraq, is unarguably an important politico-military milestone, albeit long overdue. Nonetheless, ISIS, a metastasized version of Al Qaeda, remains a global terrorist threat, and prospects for Middle Eastern stability and security for America’s interests and allies are still remote.

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