Muslims stock up on their Ramadan supplies. Islam’s holiest month is right around the corner. Syria this year is hosting the opening ceremony for the “Religion of Peace”. Today Syrian forces launched a fierce assault on eve of Ramadan; scores are killed marking the start of Islamic Ramadan.
by Daniel Pipes National Review Online May 25, 2010 The 7/7 bombings in London, in which Islamists killed 52 and injured 700, prompted British authorities to work with Muslims to avoid future violence. However, rather than turn to anti-Islamist Muslims who reject the triumphalist goal of applying Islamic law in Europe, they promoted non-violent Islamists, […]
by Brendan Goldman American Thinker April 15, 2010 A capacity crowd of 860 students, professionals, hijab-clad women, and others filled Cooper Union’s Great Hall on Thursday, April 8, to hear Tariq Ramadan deliver his first public address in the U.S. since the Bush administration revoked his visa in 2004. The controversial Swiss Muslim, who teaches […]
by David J. Rusin • Apr 6, 2010 at 8:04 am Tariq Ramadan, Europe’s slickest Islamist, is set to appear in the United States for the first time since the Obama administration lifted a six-year-old entrance ban — imposed not to muzzle speech, as is often claimed, but because of donations he had sent to […]
by Jonathan Usher FrontPage Magazine February 5, 2010 Billed as “Canada’s largest Muslim convention,” Reviving the Islamic Spirit – 8th Convention was held in Toronto on December 25 – 27, 2009. Having heard the reports that 17,000 attendees from Canada and the U.S. were expected, I decided to see for myself. I also wanted to […]
by Daniel Pipes Jerusalem Post November 25, 2009 [JP title: “Islamism 2.0 – an even greater threat”] To borrow a computer term, if Ayatollah Khomeini, Osama bin Laden, and Nidal Hasan represent Islamism 1.0, Recep Tayyip Erdo?an (the prime minister of Turkey), Tariq Ramadan (a Swiss intellectual), and Keith Ellison (a U.S. congressman) represent Islamism […]