Thursday, January 10, 2013

Legal Project News Clips: 12/31/12 –1/6/13

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 Legal Project News Clips: 12/31/12 –1/6/13

The LP works to protect the right in the West to freely discuss Islam, radical Islam, terrorism, and terrorist funding.

News Clips that Shouldn't be Missed:
French magazine publishes comic book about Muhammad despite threat of violence
·         AFP Staff.  "French satirical magazine prints Mohammed comic," France 24, January 2, 2013.
A French satirical magazine, whose offices were fire-bombed after it published cartoons mocking the prophet Mohammed, on Wednesday published a comic book biography of Islam's founder.
OIC slams French cartoon depicted Muhammad as a hate crime
·         Arab News Staff.  "OIC slams French caricature of Prophet," Arab News, January 3, 2013.
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has slammed caricatures of the Prophet (peace be upon him), published in the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, saying it incites hatred and intolerance against Muslims.
Crazy killer used to smear those who speak out about Islam-related topics
·         Spencer, Robert.  "A Subway Murder and the 'Islamophobia' Industry," Jihad Watch Blog, January 4, 2013.
Last Saturday, a deranged woman pushed a man in front of a subway train in New York and killed him, explaining that she did it because of her anger with Muslims ever since 9/11. Immediately, leftist and Islamic-supremacist writers swung into action to blame the murder on what they called an "Islamophobia industry," despite the killer's obvious insanity and history of violent attacks on random people. The attacks revealed much about the use of the term "Islamophobia" as a propaganda tool designed to shut down thinking.
French minister wants to censor tweets – and prosecute the speakers - that "don't respect human rights"
·         Zakalwe, Cheradenine.   "Muslim Minister in French Government Calls for Twitter to Censor Tweets that Don't Respect Human Rights," Islam versus Europe Blog, January 5, 2013.
Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, the Moroccan-born minister for Women's Rights in the French government, a "non-practising Muslim" who once said she felt "wounded like all the Muslims of France" when her political opponent Fillon made remarks about the spread of halal food, has called for Twitter to suppress tweets that don't respect human rights and for the tweeters responsible to be prosecuted.

Other Clips:
The OIC brags about its success in punishing free speech (and Islamicizing society)
The (sic) of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation is the polite face of the Great Jihad. It represents the entire Islamic community, Sunni and Shi'ite, and acts as the political arm of the Ummah. It is in essence the nascent global Caliphate.  Professor Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu is the Secretary General of the OIC. He epitomizes those characteristics that Islam prefers to display to a gullible Western public. He is urbane, well-educated, soft-spoken, and eminently reasonable.
Petition to allow Imran Firasat to flee to Canada if Spain deports him for his anti-Muhammad film
·         Jeffords, Shawn.  "Canadian Hindu group wants refugee status for anti-Islam filmmaker," SUN News (Canada), January 3, 2013.
A Canadian Hindu advocacy group is calling on the federal government to grant refugee status to a filmmaker being deported from Spain for his controversial film about the Prophet Mohammed.
CAIR pressures journalists to stop using the term 'Islamist'
·         Schwartz, Sharona.  "War on Words: CAIR Asks Journalists to Stop Using the Term 'Islamist'," The Blaze, January 6, 2013.
The Muslim advocacy group Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is asking the nation's media to make this their new year's resolution: Stop using the word "Islamist."
UK press afraid to show Muhammad cartoons.  Again.
·         Spencer, Robert.  "Daily Mail wimps out, pixelates Charlie Hebdo cartoon of Muhammad," Jihad Watch Blog, January 5, 2013. 
The Daily Mail recently posted a story about the French satirical paper Charlie Hebdo's new comic book life of Muhammad; they illustrated the story with a photo of a man standing in front of the Charlie Hebdo offices after Islamic jihadists had firebombed them. The man is holding one of the earlier issues of the paper that featured cartoons of Muhammad, but the Daily Mail pixelated out the images.
PC concerns inhibit talk about the mounting problem of Afghanistan murders
·         West, Diana.  "Diana West: West silent on Afghanistan murders," The Pottstown Mercury, January 3, 2013.
Early in 2012, I opened a column with this question: "Is there a single public official who is examining -- who cares about -- the murder spree by Afghan security forces against Western troops and security contractors in Afghanistan?"
Another possible case of lawfare against free speech?
·         Zakalwe, Cheradenine.  "Fdesouche Website Editor Given Court Summons," Islam versus Europe Blog, January 4,  2013
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