Friday, 3 February 2012
For the second time I take my red pen to a piece of anodyne reporting about Islam, this time from the well-intentioned but essentially clueless Harry's Place. That site regularly reports on Muslims behaving badly but labours, laboriously, under the misapprehension that this bad behaviour has nothing to do with Islam.
University Islamic Societies have been described as ‘conveyor belts‘ for extremism and terrorism. There may be some truth in this. After all, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, better known to you and
The ‘conveyor belt’ theory follows the line that young Muslims enrol into university as
All too often we see the end product of the conveyor belt. We see the Abdulmutallabs and extremists of this world when it’s too late. Ever seen what goes on in the middle? Have you ever wanted to know how
The Federation of Student Islamic Societies (FOSIS), the umbrella organisation that represents most Islamic Societies, likes to make-believe that it has no part to play in turning young Muslims into e
Haitham al-Haddad is
The Arab-Israeli conflict is
In a video on YouTube, al-Haddad’s fully Islamic advice to Muslims is to “be ready to pay the price for this victory from our blood”. You read that correctly. Whilst NGOs and governments across the world
There is more, but my red pen is starting to dry up, and I need it to draw some unsightly pimples on the face of Mohammed, Pimples Be Upon Him.
Posted on 02/03/2012 1:45 PM by Mary Jackson
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