New Zealand mosque massacre: How should we respond?

Mar 17, 2019 by

by Michael Brown, Christian Post: There is only way to describe the cold-blooded massacre of 50 Muslims in New Zealand. It is evil. Fiendishly evil. No condemnation of this heinous, cowardly act can be too strong. These were Muslim worshipers who were mowed down while performing their Friday prayers in their mosques. They were not military combatants. They were not terrorists. But they were Muslims. They were foreigners. Therefore, reasoned their killer, they must be eliminated. And from what...

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Blasphemy Case: Islamic Authorities congratulate the European Court of Human Rights

Mar 11, 2019 by

by Grégor Puppinck, European Centre for Law & Justice: Al-Azhar University and Pakistan welcome the recent decision of the European Court of Human Rights regarding blasphemy against Muhammad; it allows them to justify their own repression of freedom of expression in religious matters. If one needed any more arguments to convince the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) of the necessity to retry the Austrian case of blasphemy against Muhammad, the highest Islamic authorities may have just...

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What is Islamophobia?

Mar 9, 2019 by

by Tim Dieppe, Christian Concern: In November 2018, the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on British Muslims released a report ‘Islamophobia Defined’, urging the government to adopt a legal definition of Islamophobia. Certainly, anti-Muslim hatred and discrimination need to be addressed, but the report and its definition are problematic and only likely to make the problem worse. Tim Dieppe examines the report and the proposed definition and finds that adopting this definition will seriously...

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Must We Really Be Careful What We Do Lest We Offend Extremists?

Feb 27, 2019 by

by Douglas Murray, Gatestone Institute: […]  In a piece in the Sunday Times as well as a subsequent comment to The Times and other media, [Sara] Khan has insisted that [Shamima] Begum must be allowed to come back to the UK. Not only, Khan has argued, does Begum have this right, but Britain would be ‘abandoning our values’ if we did not allow her back. This is, it must be said, an exceptionally complex and fine legal — as well as moral — issue. Decent people from...

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Bishops supporting ISIS-bride Shamima Begum have no vocabulary for evil

Feb 27, 2019 by

by […] Name one bishop who has stood against the genocide of abortion, which at the current figure of 9million far surpasses the Holocaust? Has a single bishop said a word against the industrial-scale rape of white underage and under class girls by Muslim Pakistani men? Could you dream of a woman bishop flying like Mary Poppins to help girls who have their clitoris chopped off? While Bishop Philip Mounstephen of Truro scribbles his Independent Review of globally persecuted Christians, is...

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The biblical case for charging Shamima Begum with treason

Feb 24, 2019 by

by Tim Dieppe, Premier: The Home Secretary has suggested the ancient law of treason could be rewritten to make it easier to prosecute returning jihadist fighters such as Shamima Begum. Christian Concern’s head of public policy Tim Dieppe explains why he believes the Bible supports this course of action The case of Shamima Begum has captivated the nation. Shamima left the UK in 2015 when she was just 15 years old to join ISIS and become a so-called “jihadi bride”. Now four...

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