The Iconoclast

Some Moments of Moral Clarity from Brendan O’Neill, in The Australian: We Should be Worrying About the Safety of Jews Rather Than Of Muslims

January 14, 2015
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Christina McIntosh

One of the better opinion pieces to have appeared in the Aussie press in the immediate wake of the murderous Muslim ghazi raids on Charlie Hebdo and on the kosher […]

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In At Least 200 Schools, Muslims Refused To Observe, And Disrupted, The Moment Of Silence

January 14, 2015
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Hugh Fitzgerald

Here.

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Ohio Convert Arrested for IS- Inspired Terror Plot in DC

January 14, 2015
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Rebecca Bynum

reported. The FBI first noticed Mr. Cornell after he tweeted support for known terror groups, according to government documents. Further investigation showed that he planned to detonate pipe bombs around […]

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Oxford University Press bans use of pig, sausage or pork-related words to avoid offending Muslims

January 14, 2015
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Esmerelda Weatherwax

In the past this sort of story has turned out to be much exaggerated. This one is in writing and is true. Oh dear! From the BBC, via the

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La Marseillaise (From Casablanca)

January 14, 2015
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Hugh Fitzgerald

Watch, and listen, here.

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La Marseillaise, Sung Spontaneously At L’Assemblee Nationale

January 14, 2015
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Hugh Fitzgerald

Here. The French do not sing La Marseillaise. But they were singing. They do not wave the French flag — it’s deemed too “nationalistic.” But there were flags being waved […]

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In France, Those Who Openly Make Threats Or Applaud The Attacks Are Arrested

January 14, 2015
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Hugh Fitzgerald

Here.   Jailed, and if possible stripped of citizenship and deported, back to the Muslim country that they, or their parents, or their grandparents, came from. If the laws are […]

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More From Our Wimp-in-Chief

January 14, 2015
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Rebecca Bynum

Neil Munro writes in the plunging popularity rating among the military around. The unprecedented reversal of Americans’ civil-military relations, and of the president’s duty to protect the First Amendment, was […]

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‘Don’t react’: Muslim Council of Britain tells worshippers to remain calm after release of new Charlie Hebdo

January 14, 2015
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Esmerelda Weatherwax

When Muslim preachers in the street insult my Saviour with lies from the Koran,  or even when two Muslims murdered a British soldier on the streets of my city, I […]

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Iran, Oil Prices, The Economy — And The Cost Of The Nuclear Project

January 14, 2015
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Hugh Fitzgerald

Here. What has been the cost of the nuclear project? Hundreds of billions of dollars, not only to build these enormous, underground, heavily fortified gigantic installations, but also the amounts […]

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Turkey, The Gulf Arabs, And Egypt

January 14, 2015
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Hugh Fitzgerald

Here. A Turkish official, accurately describing the opposition among Gulf states (with the U.A.E. leading the effort), to Turkey’s membership on the Security Council, then attacks the government of Egypt […]

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Conspiracy Theorists, "Radicalisation," Demography

January 14, 2015
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Hugh Fitzgerald

Conspiracy-theorists are circulating the expected videos showing that the Charlie-Hebdo attack was a CIA-Mossad affair, could not possibly have been done by Muslims, and that business of “we have avenged […]

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Turkish Newspaper Dares To Publish Excerpts From Charlie-Hebdo

January 14, 2015
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Hugh Fitzgerald

Here. And a Turkish website is going to post part of the contents of the latest issue of Charlie-Hebdo on-line, here. Davutoglu attended the march in Paris. What did he […]

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Coffee shop boss faces death threats over ‘Je suis Charlie’ sign outside Brick Lane cafe

January 14, 2015
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Esmerelda Weatherwax

From the

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What "Islam Is Part Of Germany" Means

January 14, 2015
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Hugh Fitzgerald

[Note: if any reader can himself translate, or have translated, into German, this piece, and then seee to it that it is inserted into the bloodstream of German-language blogs, I […]

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How Charlie-Hebdo’s Latest Issue Is Beiing Received, And Its Translations

January 14, 2015
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Hugh Fitzgerald

At lefigaro.fr, a round-up of news on where, and how, the new issue of Charliie-Hebdo was received, disseminated, and its contents cover reproduced — or not. In France, all 3 […]

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