Inspire, the glossy, English-language internet magazine published by Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), published a “Wanted dead or alive for crimes against Islam” poster in its March 2013 issue. No one paid much attention to it, not until the commando-style murder of Stéphane Charbonnier, one of the eleven listed, on Jan. 7. The other ten are Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Terry Jones, Carsten Luste, Molly Norris, Flemming Rose, Salman Rushdie, Morris Sadek (misspelled on the poster as “Swadiq”), Lars Vilks, Kurt Westergaard, and Geert Wilders.
Imagine if a mosque had been forced to close after months of attacks from Christians. The international outcry would be immediate and prolonged. But no one will take any particular […]
This is what actual bigotry and intolerance looks like. But in the West, the guardians of acceptable opinion will say nothing about this, hit Trump for being mean to the […]
“I never meant to teach violence to my students. We only used the props that we already had to cut costs for parents.” Why did he have cardboard cutouts of […]
At last, some pushback against what is a nationwide problem. “Massachusetts Taxpayers Sue Over Anti-Semitic, Pro-Islam School Lessons,” by Adam Kredo, Washington Free Beacon, August 17, 2018: A group of Massachusetts-based […]