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Fearing Muslim reprisal, French publisher revises decision to publish book critical of Islam

Fearing Muslim reprisal, French publisher revises decision to publish book critical of Islam

“If the objective of Islamist violence in Europe had been to force the continent into submission, it is well on its way to achieving them.” That is indeed the objective, and they’re succeeding. If Europe, and the U.S., don’t stop submitting to violent Muslim intimidation, free societies will die. “Fearing Islamist reprisal, French publisher revises […]

State Department sets new single-day record for Muslim migrant approvals

“Refugees are victims, not perpetrators, of terrorism.” Yes, like Tashfeen Malik, who passed five separate background checks from five different U.S. government agencies, and then murdered fourteen people in cold blood at a Christmas party in San Bernardino. “State Department sets new single-day record for Syrian refugee approvals,” by Stephen Dinan, Washington Times, May 24, […]

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The Mainstream Media Spreads Another False ‘Islamophobia’ Story

Originally published under the title “Molenbeek Hit And Run: How The Mainstream Media Spread Another False ‘Islamophobia’ Story.” The journalists and publications which implied the hit and run in Molenbeek borough of Brussels this weekend was a ‘far right’ anti Islam attack had no evidence to suggest that it was as they reported, but they […]

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Media Alert: Pamela Geller on Sean Hannity Radio Today

Make sure you tune into the Sean Hannity Radio Show today at 4:05 Eastern. I will be discussing the Islamic attacks in Brussels and Pakistan, and Obama’s promise to bring in more Muslim migrants. No filter, no trimming, the facts.

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Saturday Night Cinema: My Name is Julia Ross

“Crisply directed, smartly shot, handsomely mounted,” tonight’s Saturday Night Cinema classic is My Name is Julia Ross. Julia Ross secures employment, through a rather noisy employment agency, with a wealthy widow, Mrs. Hughes, and goes to live at her house. Two days later, she awakens in a different house in different clothes and with a […]

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