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"Every devout Muslim is an "Islamist". Islam is not a personal religion. It is a religion of the public space. A "moderate" Muslim would have to reject Islam as a religion of the public space, as theocracy, and that secularism would be a rejection of Islam.
Nothing in Islam exists apart from anything else. While liberals view culture and religion as a buffet that they can pick and choose from, it is a single integrated system. If you accept one part, you must accept the whole. Once you accept any aspect of Islam, you must accept its legal system and once you accept that, you must accept its governance and once you accept that, you lose your rights.''
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Category Archives: Middle East democracy
Share Perfect storms haven’t single trigger, it’s a cascade of inter-related and independent factors. Also read (French): Interview with Aymeric Chauprade: The European Union, best friend of the Islamization of Europe? [In imposing the model of multiculturalism at the expense of assimilation, … Continue reading
HENRY KISSINGER IN BILDT INTERVIEW: ‘WE SHOULDN’T DELUDE OURSELVES THAT FUNDAMENTALIST ISLAM IS COMPATIBLE WITH REAL DEMOCRACY…….
Share Finally someone with real clout speaks about what we’ve known all along. NOTE: Special thanks to Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff for the h/t and help in the translation. BILD.de Henry Kissinger met for an interview at the Schlosshotel Grunewald. IMAGE: In … Continue reading
Share The Muslim Middle East, where the murder and mayhem never stops. More here.
EGYPTIAN COUP LEADER GENERAL ABDEL FATTAH AL-SISI’S M.E. ‘DEMOCRACY’ THESIS MIRRORS MINDSET OF DEPOSED SHARIA SUPPORTING MB PRESIDENT MORSI………
Share In other words we’re talking birds-of-a-feather here, the only difference being in nuance. Thanks to Andy for fleshing out these inconvenient details. While everyone rushes to embrace the military for their ‘stepping up to the plate’ and delivering Egypt … Continue reading
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Share To my regret however, George makes no mention about sharia still in large approval by the majority of Egyptian society, including by the general leading the military coup. There can be no real (small d) democracy in Egypt, or … Continue reading
Share Tyranny is tyranny. Looking at the Islamic fundamentalist AKP’s takeover of Turkey, I conclude that any hope for a modern Middle East to be nothing more than wishful thinking. With Islam, it could only be that way. NOTE: The … Continue reading
Share Andy parses the data and spells it out for us once again. The League of Nations tried the ”democracy project” in the Middle East during the mandate period that started just after WWI, most noticeably with the San Remo Conference. It’s … Continue reading
Share Hah! Springers! Even the dullest blades get sharpened once in a while. Why not the Arab millennium or the Arab trillion years. Like the guy who keeps predicting the world will end, it’s safest to set your dates as … Continue reading
Share The thing is, Obama couldn’t care less what anyone says about the MB, they are his private pet project, and he’ll insist that they are today’s Middle East darlings. He’s convinced that they are the future and agrees with … Continue reading
Share Democracy was never the answer, a constitutional republic, founded by an already ‘civil society’…..is. Such a civil society organizing a representational government founded upon the concept of individual unalienable rights, proven free market principles that safeguards property rights, and … Continue reading
Share And it’s been all down hill from there after. The Secret Document That Set Obama’s Middle East Policy By Barry Rubin “We have to confront is violent extremism in all of its forms.… America is not — and never … Continue reading
Share WWWW ? Interview: What Went Wrong With Bernard Lewis? March 12th, 2013 by Andrew Bostom | I spent an hour with my colleague, the prolific author Robert Spencer, discussing Bernard Lewis, nonagenarian doyen of Islamic Studies. The entire interview, conducted as a … Continue reading
MARTIN KRAMER’S SANDBOX: FAVORABLY OR UNFAVORABLY THE US CONTINUES TO BE GRINDING WHEEL OF WORLD CHANGE…….
Share It’s not a question of what the West (US) does, it’s the fact that it exists, that drives the Middle East players to do either ”this or that”. Golden quote: ….the damaging effect of the West upon the East … Continue reading
Share There is no concept of the civil society within these Muslim states whatsoever, let alone the concept of defending someone else’s right to hold contrary views and values and fairly compete within the marketplace of ideas. The ”Arab … Continue reading