Egentlig en weekendfilm, en længere sag på 83 minutter som inkluderer en mængde medvirkede fra tidligere store counterjihad film. Dens samlende tema er islams betræbelser på at knægte vestlig ytringsfrihed ikke mindst via FN, netop der hvor diktaturerne imod demokratiernes vilje i sin tid fik gennemført hate-speech lovgivningen. Sovjet ville faktisk have inkluderet kritikforbud af politiske ideologier dengang, bare en variant af, hvad islam forsøger i dag.I sidste instans er det blot en intern, muslimsk kamp om magt og mod sækularisering og modernitet, og jeg kan ikke se, hvorfor vi skal holde hånden over politiske bagstræbere under dække af ’spirituel’ finfølelse. Islams afmagt er i menneskehedens og fremtidens vitale interesse. Filmen er frisk fra fad og inkluderer helt aktuelle begivenheder:
On September 25, 2012, President Obama astonished many Americans by declaring, “The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam.” This is a sentiment espoused by radical Islamist groups like the Muslim Brotherhood, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, the Taliban and al Qaeda. Worse yet, his Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, revealed the lengths to which the Obama administration is prepared to go to enforce this view when she told the family of a former SEAL killed last month in Benghazi that the producer of a video she falsely claimed precipitated that attack would be “arrested and prosecuted.” He was subsequently taken into custody and remains in jail.The film features interviews with U.S. and foreign legislators, journalists, national security and other experts and Muslim, former Muslim and non-Muslim activists including:
Author Mark Steyn, Allen West, Member of Congress, Geert Wilders, Member of the Dutch Parliament, Baroness Caroline Cox, Member of the British House of Lords, ACT! for America founder Brigitte Gabriel, Middle East scholar and author Daniel Pipes, American Islamic Leadership Council founder Zuhdi Jasser MD, Former Muslim and author Nonie Darwish, Former Defense Department official Frank Gaffney, Lord Malcolm Pearson, Member of the British House of Lords, Naser Kader, Member of the Danish Parliament, Flemming Rose, editor, Lars Hedegaard, historian, publisher Ezra Levant, politician Morten Messerschmidt, artist Lars Vilks, artist Kurt Westergaard and author Rachel Ehrenfeld. ‘SILENT CONQUEST’: NEW MOVIE DOCUMENTS ISLAMIST THREAT TO FREE SPEECH
Jewish Family Attacked in Marseille
The father of a Jewish family was badly beaten and the family home was completely trashed on Sunday by local youths in Marseille, France. Residents in their Jewish neighborhood are stunned following the incident.
Marseilles is home to some 80,000 Jews – 10 percent of the general population but a small fraction compared to the 250,000 Muslims with whom they also live. It has been relatively quiet France’s second-largest city this year, compared to other areas in the country where violent anti-Semitism has been on the rise. Last month the SPCJ (Service de Protection de la Communaute Juive) security agency for French Jewry reported a 45 percent rise in anti-Semitic attacks since 2011, mostly by Muslims.
This incident began when two youths parked their car in a Jewish family’s private garage. When the family saw the unfamiliar vehicle they called police, and the car was towed. Upon finding their vehicle gone and learning it had been towed, the youths became angry.
They returned with a gang of friends to exact their revenge upon the hapless family. The gang broke into the home, severely beat up the father of the family and destroyed the rest of the house. Jewish Family Attacked in Marseille, France
Five gang rapes a week in Belgium
Each and every week on average five gang rapes are reported to the police in Belgium. The figures come from the Interior Ministry. The number of cases of rape too remains at alarming levels in Belgium. Last year the police recorded 232 gang rapes. Since 2007 there have been around 250 gang rapes a year in Belgium. The figures peaked in 2007 with 293 cases being reported. The figures revealed to Parliament show that a large number of the suspects are minors. In 2011 25 suspects were minors, while 73 were adults. Gang rape is often linked to black urban gangs in Brussels, but the figures show a wider problem. Last year 3,024 rapes were reported in Belgium. In the years since 2007 an average of 3,000 rapes were reported each and every year. deredactie.be