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Robert Spencer Article Pulled After Pressure From Leftists And Islamic Supremacists

Robert Spencer, #SpeakFreely ? The cowards who give up the freedom of speech at the slightest provocation don’t realize what is coming. The Hill published my piece on Lindsay Lohan’s possible conversion to Islam yesterday; you can read it in its entirety here, but you can’t read it at The Hill. It was a minor piece

Two Years After Charlie Hebdo Attack, Free Speech Still Threatened

Young Voices Advocates, Editor’s note: This column was authored by Dan King. Saturday, January 7, marked two years since armed Islamic terrorists stormed the offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and killed 11 people following the magazine’s feature of a drawing of the prophet Mohammed. Yet while the French people briefly rallied around the

Terrorists in Plain Sight

Paul Jacob, It’s a new year. Let’s focus. Especially as a new president takes office, inheriting the awesome responsibility of keeping us safe and secure. Less than two weeks ago, a Tunisian man drove a semi-trailer truck carrying 25 tons of steel into a crowded Christmas market in Berlin, Germany, killing 12 people and wounding

A Turning Point for Europe? Western nations may have finally had enough of the slaughter

Bruce Bawer, For Western Europe, 2016 began with an apocalyptic frenzy, a nightmarish vision of its possible future – namely, an avalanche of brutal sexual assaults, over a thousand of them, committed on New Year’s Eve by savage Muslim gangs in the streets and squares of Cologne and several other major German cities. The horrific

Christopher Dickey and ‘Anti-Muslim Hysteria’

 Hugh Fitzgerald, Reprinted from Jihad Watch. The tsunami of anti-Muslim hatred that still has yet to roll in. After the latest attacks in Brussels, Christopher Dickey, a senior American journalist based in Paris, was alarmed. What alarmed him was not the homicidal hatred of Muslim terrorists or the Islamic State’s demonstrated ability to wreak havoc in