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Czechs Demonstrate Against the Persecution of Christians

Our Czech correspondent Benjamin Kuras sends a report from Prague on last night’s demonstration in Wenceslas Square against the worldwide persecution of Christians. It’s gratifying to note that the demonstrators recognized the common cause shared by Jews and Christians against

Judicial Bias in the Geert Wilders Trial

The new trial for Geert Wilders begins on February 7. In anticipation of what is to come, our Flemish correspondent VH has translated an article about the badly administered and compromised nature of the court system that tried Mr. Wilders

The Growing Worldwide Persecution of Christians

One of our Slovak readers, who prefers to remain anonymous, sends a translation about recent events in his country’s capital, along with this introductory note: Last week a rally in support of the persecuted Christians took place in Bratislava. Your

Muslims are the Jews of the 1930s?!

Our Flemish correspondent VH has compiled a report on a scandal which unfolded during the Christmas holiday and caused quite an outrage in the Netherlands. It seems that the socialist leader Job Cohen dusted off the time-tested comparison of European

A Passage to Israel

In the first week of December, our Austrian correspondent Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff was part of a delegation from the European Counterjihad, including members of the “New Right” nationalist parties, who visited Israel. Her report is below. (Sarah, the guide [left], ESW

Russia's 'Islam Problem'

When discussing the Islamization of the West, France is usually cited as being the worst-off of the Western democracies. It has an estimated Muslim population of 10%, perhaps as high as 15%, and the demographics of the situation — a

Spanish Muslim Traumatized by Ham

A secondary-school pupil in Spain was so upset by the mention of ham in his geography class that his family filed a complaint with the National Police about the teacher’s “racism and xenophobia”. Guess what religion these folks practice? Many

Psychological Research: Muslim Inbreeding Promotes Terrorism

The Danish psychologist Nicolai Sennels has written previously about the effects of Muslim inbreeding. In the essay below he traces the possible connection between the genetic damage done by inbreeding and terroristic behavior. The connection between Muslim inbreeding and terrorism

Suicide Attack and Stealth Jihad in Stockholm

Last weekend’s failed suicide attack in Stockholm was only the beginning. As more information flows in, it becomes clear that last Taimour Abdulwahab al-Abdaly was just the tip of a vast jihad iceberg in Sweden. The following news story from

Car Bomb: Christmas Jihad in Stockholm

Sweden has just experienced its first suicide bombing, a Christmas present from the Great Jihad to Stockholm city center. There were at least two explosions, and one man was killed. UPDATE: Here is footage of five bombs going off inside

Sweden: A Constitution for a (Non-Existent) Multicultural People

I’ve often described the native inhabitants of Sweden as “persons of Swedish background”. This is not a joke — it’s an English translation of the official terminology employed by the Swedish state to describe the fair-skinned blue-eyed Swedish-speakers who made

The Time That is Given Us: the Fight for Free Speech

The International Free Press Society sponsored a conference today in Copenhagen. Below is the speech that was given during the event by Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff (photo Snaphanen). Ladies and Gentlemen, I stand here before you in the city of Copenhagen in

Turkey, the European Union, and Creeping Islam

Those of us who man the watchtowers against the Islamic advance spend a lot of time training our binoculars on Saudi Arabia, Iran, and Pakistan. It’s at least as important, however, to keep an eye on Turkey. The current AKP

The Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff Defense Trial

Below are the contents of the document file that will be used by the defense in the trial of Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff: The book that enjoys the central place of honor in the photo is ‘Umdat al-salik wa ‘uddat al-nasik, or

Turkey's New Playground

The map above shows the forty-seven nations that make up the membership of the Council of Europe. The Council of Europe was founded in 1949 with ten original members, and added most of the rest of Western Europe over the

The Calculated Insults of the Turkish Ambassador

As we reported a few days ago, the Turkish ambassador to Austria caused an uproar in his host country when he spoke disparagingly of Austrians and criticized its internal political policies concerning Turkish immigrants. Our Austrian correspondent Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff has

Reclaiming the Kristallnacht Commemoration

November 9 is the anniversary of Kristallnacht, and for many years the remembrance of the event in Amsterdam has been hijacked by Muslims and left-wing extremists and turned into an occasion to bash Israel. This year’s commemoration turned out a

The Rally for Free Speech in Amsterdam, Part Three

Behind the Scenes The final installment of this series is a detailed summary of the rally for free speech in Amsterdam and the events leading up to it. It was written by Timo, one of the founders of the Dutch

The Rally for Free Speech in Amsterdam, Part Two

The Rally and the Speeches I do not blame Islam. Fundamentalist Muslims are just doing what it says in the book. But I do blame our politicians. There are two sides in this civilisational stand-off, and our politicians have sided

The Rally for Free Speech in Amsterdam, Part One

Back during the summer a variety of anti-jihad activist groups from across Western Europe came together in a series of meetings to form an international umbrella organization known as the European Freedom Initiative (EFI). The initiative came about when a

Expert Testimony at the Trial of Geert Wilders, Part 2: Wafa Sultan

My previous post about the trial of Geert Wilders featured the expert witness Simon Admiraal. Mr. Admiraal’s testimony was followed by that of Wafa Sultan, the renowned Syrian-American psychiatrist who has repeatedly put her life in danger by vociferously opposing

No Church? No Mosque!

A reader in Norway sends this delightful news about a display of uncommon common sense by the Norwegian government, translated from VG Nett: Norway refuses to allow mosque-building millions from Saudi Arabia Norwegian Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre [also known

Expert Testimony at the Trial of Geert Wilders, Part 1: Simon Admiraal

Last spring the Dutch anti-jihad politician Geert Wilders was charged with several counts of “hate speech” and brought to trial. In May the case was continued, and court reconvened on October 4th in Amsterdam. In the meantime Mr. Wilders’ political

Tear Down This Wall!

Earlier today (October 2nd) the Dutch politician Geert Wilders gave a major speech in Berlin. He was invited to speak to an audience of about five hundred people, under the sponsorship of René Stadtkewitz and his new political party, Die