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

Islam in America · The Donald Trump Presidency

22,000 ‘high-risk travelers’ banned from flights to U.S. last year

WND, by Leo Hohmann, February 1, 2017: The Trump administration has said it decided to focus its 90-day ban on travelers from seven “countries of special interest” because these nations make it nearly impossible to access reliable data upon which to vet their citizens seeking to enter the U.S. on visas. Syria, Somalia, Sudan and… Continue reading 22,000 ‘high-risk travelers’ banned from flights to U.S. last year