Islamic apologism and the persecution of dissenters

Where tolerance meets intolerance in Toronto

Earlier today, a 25 year old identified as Alek Minassian plowed a car into pedestrians in Toronto, killing 10. At this stage, no motive has been concretely established. However, given ISIS has a pattern of inciting these attacks on civilians, and the local cucked mayor used these deaths as a segue to promote Canadian ‘inclusivity,’ this… Continue reading Where tolerance meets intolerance in Toronto

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When terrorism is no biggie

After exhausting excuses for Islamic terrorism: the bible has bad verses, the majority of Muslims are peaceful, that terrorists pervert Islam, that poverty, colonialism, racism and Islamophobia cause Muslim violence, Leftists have switched their modus operandi in arguing terrorism isn’t really a big deal. In fact, terrorism can carry net positives, in making people ‘more… Continue reading When terrorism is no biggie

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Theresa May stoops to a new low

Theresa May has stooped to a new low. And that’s saying something. You’d ordinarily think that videos of Muslims committing atrocities, would showcase anti- infidel violence. But in the Western dhimitude of 2017, pointing out Muslim violence makes you ‘hateful’ and ‘divisive.’ Never mind the people who are being pushed off buildings, mutilated, burnt, murdered,… Continue reading Theresa May stoops to a new low

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Immigration as a Security Threat

Isn’t it odd that Waleed Aly repeatedly castigates the combatants of terrorism, rather than terrorism itself? Peculiarly, Aly seems intent on ravaging any individual who insinuates there to be some relationship between terrorism and immigration. If Australia’s favourite Muslim was for some reason ignorant about the evidence (our last three Islamic terrorist attacks have been… Continue reading Immigration as a Security Threat

Islamic apologism and the persecution of dissenters

‘Islamist,’ ‘Terrorist’ Now Forbidden Words

Clarion Project, by Meira Svirsky, July 12, 2017: Doublespeak is language that deliberately distorts or even reverses the meaning of words. For example, when critics of radical Islam expose this extremism for what is it, their critics call them “Islamophobes;” when those who call themselves “social justice warriors” campaigning for tolerance exhibit just the opposite… Continue reading ‘Islamist,’ ‘Terrorist’ Now Forbidden Words

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How not to respond to terrorism

Although this smug response came after the London attack in March, and this self- righteous cretin might have changed his mind by now, the following demonstrates precisely how not to respond towards Islamic terrorism. Evidently, a few of Adam Hill’s basic misunderstandings at best, and deliberate obfuscations at worst, need clearing up. As contrary to… Continue reading How not to respond to terrorism

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My response to Theresa’s May speech

Yesterday, I watched Theresa’s May reply to the Islamic terrorist attack in London and subsequently, I shall respond. After outlining the specifics of the terror attacks, May vowed that Britain’s fertile environment for homegrown terrorism must change, and that Muslims should be moved away from this ideology, by showing them the British values are ‘superior’.… Continue reading My response to Theresa’s May speech

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Jeremy Corbyn blames terrorist attacks such as Manchester bombing on UK foreign policy

Despite universal condemnation, at least Jeremy Corbyn has openly showcased his true Islamopologist credentials. And in doing so, Corbyn has showed exactly why he is grossly unfit to lead a country which possesses the stature, greatness and power as does Great Britain. On the substance of his claims which implicate a connection between UK foreign policy and the… Continue reading Jeremy Corbyn blames terrorist attacks such as Manchester bombing on UK foreign policy

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Manchester: Europe Still ‘Shocked, Shocked’

Gatestone Institute, by Judith Bergman, May 24, 2017: When ISIS attacked the Bataclan Theater in Paris in November 2015, it did so because, in its own words, it was “where hundreds of pagans gathered for a concert of prostitution and vice.” A year earlier, ISIS had forbidden all music as haram (forbidden). Many Islamic scholars… Continue reading Manchester: Europe Still ‘Shocked, Shocked’

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Waleed Aly Responds to the ‘Women of Hizb ut-Tahrir’ video

Waleed Aly and his virtue- signalling cheerleaders are purporting that wife bashing is banned in Islam. However, Surah 4 verse 34 of the Quran begs to differ, in stating: “But those [wives] from whom you fear arrogance… forsake them in bed; and [finally] strike them.” As do the horrific fates suffered by Muslim women across the world,… Continue reading Waleed Aly Responds to the ‘Women of Hizb ut-Tahrir’ video

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The picture in the aftermath of the London attack which says it all

“A picture is worth a thousand words” is an oft- quoted phrase, but amid recent events, these words hold an unprecedented relevance. In the aftermath of the latest terrorist attack in London, a photograph emerged of a Muslim woman walking by, seemingly oblivious to the chaos and death around her. In case this image wasn’t seen when you… Continue reading The picture in the aftermath of the London attack which says it all

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President Trump’s misguided General

I was no fan of General Michael Flynn, whose worldview supported escalating military tensions wherever possible. However, his replacement General McMaster is a poor choice to advise the President on national security issues, when considering his apologist, Obama- like tendencies. “More Evidence That McMaster Shares Obama’s Views on Islam and Terror”, PJ Media, March 14, 2017: Donald Trump’s… Continue reading President Trump’s misguided General

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Secular Talk’s unrestrained inaccuracy

Some weeks ago, Kyle Kulinski of Secular Talk released a grossly inaccurate video regarding Islam in America which deserves critical attention. As Kulinski is a young, increasingly popular youtuber, it seems appropriate to deconstruct the work of this leading ‘progressive’ voice, to demonstrate why the Left is so wrong about modern Islamist infiltration. In fairness, Kulinski has in part… Continue reading Secular Talk’s unrestrained inaccuracy

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“White male Christians commit most terror attacks”

A swift, succinct smackdown of the one of the more prevalent myths spread about Islam and terrorism. “Muslim former Obama adviser: “white male Christians” commit most terror attacks”, Jihad Watch, November 30, 2015: This claim is the new mantra of the politically correct: it was recent repeated by Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio and Dallas… Continue reading “White male Christians commit most terror attacks”