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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: Palestinian Authority
Share PMW Bulletins Fatah calls for return to the rifle “We have not cast down the rifle… the rifle is here, and it can burst forth at any moment” by Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik At a ceremony in … Continue reading →
Share And then morons from, for example, the Israel hating EAPPI organization, claim all of the water issues in Arab areas… is all Israel’s fault. EU to build desalination plant in Gaza. Guess who is opposed? AFP reports: The European Union and UNICEF … Continue reading →
Share This revolving door policy with Arab/Muslim terrorists is revolting. Murderer of Israeli Students Given Cash Prize, Employed, Promoted Two Israeli college students were brutally murdered 30 years ago. Their murderer has been given his freedom, a huge cash prize, a … Continue reading →
Share Abbas, being Abbas. That this mustard and his gang of thieving murderers pass for ‘moderates’, says more about those who deem them to be ‘moderates’, than about these thieving murderers. Mahmoud Abbas’ Party Threatens to ‘Bomb Tel Aviv’ As … Continue reading →
Share In other words, a ‘work related accident’. The Palestinian mission is in the process of moving into a new embassy and residence, which share the same compound. Jamal was killed at the new residence. “The safe was emptied and … Continue reading →
Share Western taxpayers’ money hard at work: Besides the moral complications of releasing of blood thirsty murderers back onto the streets, thereby denying the victims’ relatives any amount of justice, there is also the issue of deterrence to consider. What … Continue reading →
Share Now this is an interesting proposal, game on. Special thanks to Brian of London for the heads up. I believe that the PLO will find it difficult to dissuade the mayors of these cities from holding dreams of grandeur … Continue reading →
Share The PA is Hamas in suits. Excellent, hopefully it translates into a tightening of the purse strings. More here.
Share It’s who they are, it’s what they do. As someone who has a friend who lost his daughter in the Sbarro terrorist attack in 2001 that killed 15 people and wounded scores more, I take offense at the supposed … Continue reading →
Share Paleostinians, it’s who the are, what they do. Think about this, and in light of the billions of Western dole (jizya) that has been handed to them over the decades, then you tell me whether or not they’re still … Continue reading →
Share Not the first time non-Jews were caught dressing as observant Jews, Swedish ISM anti-Israel activists were caught posing as Jews, and with Kalashnikovs as well. H/T: EDL Buck More here.
Share A direct result of Islamic ‘indoctrination’. I don’t mean by a non-mainstream variant of Islam, but from a widespread, and well understood doctrines underpinned by deeply ingrained Islamic principles and precepts. This is something that Mahmoud Abbas obviously agrees … Continue reading →
Share The entire PA enterprise is way past its shelf date. Rumors began circulating early Thursday morning, June 20, that the Palestinian Authority Prime Minister, Rami Hamdallah, had tendered his resignation. Hamdallah had only been appointed to the position a little … Continue reading →
Share I’ve used this very same argument hundreds of times when explaining there isn’t a need for the European Union to stave off war on the old continent. It’s something that Thomas Sandell (a wonderful person/humanitarian whom I’ve known for … Continue reading →
Share Revolving doors at Arab jails. This is why Israeli jails are filled with Palestinian Arab terrorists and other assorted criminals, the PA refuses to investigate, arrest and prosecute them according to the agreements they signed during the Oslo Accords. They simply … Continue reading →