Sorry for the hiatus. I have been out travelling and combined with a heavy work load, I have had no possibility of blogging. It is cold in Northern Europe, so I am glad to be back here in Lisbon. Next week I go to Denmark for 5 days. They promise down to 15 degrees centigrade below.
Lots of interesting stuff going on. In Denmark the rail road authority no longer permits commercials about books about Islam to be posted at rail road stations. The book in question is a dhimmi book written by the worst Danish dhimmi university professor - a so called expert on Muslim affairs. He has been unbearable on TV, where he has been invited more than anybody else. Ironic that his book can not be promoted. The ban did not last more than six hours, whereafter the government lifted it. The freedom of expression had to be protected. But it just shows how the Battle of Khartoon has limited freedom. After all government employees with the responsibility for safety at railroads now can not be too careful, they believe.
Also from the Danish news: In Germany the Quran is being taken to court:
A broad alliance of grass-roots movements have gone to the prosecutors of several states to hinder the dissemination of the Quran. According to the indictment, the Quran is not just a religious and historic book, but also a political book, which is incompatible with the constiution.Indeed. Read about it at Agora (hat tip!).
More from Agora: In a statement to The Guardian today, The British Home Secretary criticises Anders Fogh Rasmussen of not responding to a letter sent by the Ambassadors to protest the Muhammed cartoons. Read more about the dhimmi minister here.
Muslims are asking the French to cancel 1741 play by Voltaire:
Read more at Pia Causa (hat tip!).
"A municipal cultural center here on France's border with Switzerland organized a reading of a 265-year-old play by Voltaire, whose writings helped lay the foundations of modern Europe's commitment to secularism. The play, "Fanaticism, or Mahomet the Prophet," uses the founder of Islam to lampoon all forms of religious frenzy and intolerance.
PC is rampant in the US and at El Beep (Brotherhood's Broadcast Corporation). The terrorist attacks in US, albeit small, deserve to be mentioned. Read here at Michelle Malkin's blog about how the facts are hidden from the Public. Read the MSM and stay ignorant.
Also at the Infidel Bloggers Alliance, (hat tip to jonz) describes how the BBC now has added to its PC dictionary compared to what I had described in an earlier post (BBC by dictate calls terrorists for bombers or misguided criminals):
Read more here
Newsflash! The BBC knows Who Was Behind The India Bomb Attack: Militants!
Ok well if you scroll down it does mention Lashkar-e-Toiba which the BBC is in great pains to avoid describe as Islamic. It does say "in the past such attacks have been blamed on Islamic groups, particularly those fighting Indian rule in Kashmir". So from that article I still don't know what Lashkar-e-Toiba's political or religious affiliations are!
Finally a must watch video. I found this at the Anti Dhimmi blog (big hat tip to freedom)
Continues here"Jihad" Training Inside the U.S.:
Interview with Former TerroristsHere's another video you don't want to miss. Click here.
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The interview was aired on 16 February 2006 on US TV Channel CN8. The name of the program is "Your Morning" and Greg Coy is the host.
Three former terrorists speak out about among other things, the systematic instillation of hatred in kids all across the Islamic world. One of them, Walid Shoebat, says that Islamism poses the world a threat that needs to be dealt with as firmly as with Nazism. And remember: an ex-terrorist is saying this!
Do check out my fellow Infidel Bloggers Alliance member Epaminondas blog Villagers with torches. The articles are as usual to a point being brilliant, funny and full of justified indignation.