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Andrew G. Bostom Alykhan Velshi is an Ismaili Muslim, in the noble modernist tradition of A.A. Fyzee, who graduated with a law degree from The London School of Economics. In July, 2005 he wrote these frank words published at NRO: The war on terror is not simply against terror-sponsoring states, but against the institutions of civil society that give terrorists quiet support, that inflame local Muslim populations, and that prevent the emergence of a moderate, peaceful form of Islam. The war on terror can never be won unless Muslims who have the privilege of living in the West stand up for civilization against the forces of barbarism and nihilism. I wish I could say otherwise, but I won't be holding my breath. The intrepid Velshi is now challenging Saudi Arabia's oil revenue funded Islamic religious bigotry -- with an emphasis on the Kingdom's particularly oppressive misogyny -- via an advertising campaign (and website) promoting the idea's put forth in Ezra Levant's 2010 book Ethical Oil: The Case for Canada's Oil Sands. And the incensed Saudis are counter-attacking with a legal jihad aimed at quashing this advertising campaign. Velshi, as reported by the Toronto Sun, condemned this legal and ethical challenge by the Saudis and their minions: We caught this foreign dictatorship trying to undermine freedom of the press here in Canada and trying to export its own contempt for democracy, its own contempt for freedom of the press here in Canada. Watch the "Ethical Oil" advertisement to which the Saudis took such umbrage here. The advertisement is an invaluable, Western freedom-based tool that must be part of our broader armamentarium for Saudi-independent energy -- i.e., continued development of Canadian tar sands, and US shale oil and gas. Read more at source   Amil Imani is the author of a new book “Operation Persian Gulf.” Get your copy now.

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2011-09-21 08:54:57
 

American Laws for American Courts

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September 18, 2011 By Christopher Holton On Monday, September 12, 2011, the 10th Circuit Court held a hearing on the constitutionality challenge to the Oklahoma state constitutional amendment, passed overwhelmingly in November of 2010, to prevent courts in Oklahoma from using international law or shariah law in their decisions.  Dubbed the "Save Our State" amendment and referred to officially as State Question 755 (SQ 755), the initiative stated:

The Courts provided for in subsection A of this section, when exercising their judicial authority, shall uphold and adhere to the law as provided in the United States Constitution, the Oklahoma Constitution, the United States Code, federal regulations promulgated pursuant thereto, established common law, the Oklahoma statutes and rules promulgated pursuant thereto, and if necessary the law of another state of the United States provided the law of the other state does not include Sharia law, in making judicial decisions. The courts shall not look to the legal precepts of other nations or cultures. Specifically, the courts shall not consider international law or Sharia Law. The provisions of this subsection shall apply to all cases before the respective courts including, but not limited to, cases of first impression.

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2011-09-18 15:53:59
 

Not all Islams are Equal

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perryagakhanThere is no such a thing as one Islam. There are hundreds of Islamic sects in the same way that there are hundreds of diseases.

In the same way that there are no good diseases, there are no good Islamic sects. And in order to deal with an illness, correct diagnosis is essential to prescribe the right medication. Hence, dealing with various sects of Islam effectively, demands correct understanding of what they are, what they aim to do and their methods of spreading their psychosocial disease. Some Islamic sects are extremely virulent and deadly. They must be dealt with accordingly. Others are less violent and work their agenda in more subtle ways. Even the latter types are far from harmless. One and all keep to the Quran and pursue the same goal of dominating the world.

 

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2011-09-17 03:53:02
 

Praying in Paris streets outlawed

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clause_gueantPraying in the streets of Paris is against the law starting Friday, after the interior minister warned that police will use force if Muslims, and those of any other faith, disobey the new rule to keep the French capital's public spaces secular. {C} By , Paris 5:56PM BST 15 Sep 2011 Claude Guéant said that ban could later be extended to the rest of France, in particular to the Mediterranean cities of Nice and Marseilles, where "the problem persists". He promised the new legislation would be followed to the letter as it "hurts the sensitivities of many of our fellow citizens". "My vigilance will be unflinching for the law to be applied.

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2011-09-16 07:58:02
 

Republican Wins in Nevada House Special Election

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LAS VEGAS –  Former Republican state senator Mark Amodei has won Nevada's special election to fill a seat in the U.S. House. Amodei easily bested Democrat Kate Marshall Tuesday in the rural Nevada district that has never elected a Democrat. {C} Amodei is a former state GOP chairman. He promised to fight for a balanced budget amendment in Congress and signed an anti-tax pledge. Amodei was elected in Nevada's 2nd Congressional District to replace Republican Dean Heller. Heller was appointed from the House to the Senate in May to replace Republican John Ensign. Ensign resigned over a sex scandal. Marshall had hoped to become the first Democrat to win the northern Nevada district and had campaigned as a moderate. She is the state treasurer.

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2011-09-14 07:01:32
 

Republican Wins House Race in New York, Seen as Obama Rebuke

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September 13: The crowd cheers as Republican Bob Turner appears on stage during an election night party in New York.

NEW YORK –  Republicans have scored an upset victory in a House race that became a referendum on President Barack Obama's economic policies. {C} Retired media executive and political novice Bob Turner defeated Democratic state Assemblyman David Weprin in a special election Tuesday to succeed Rep. Anthony Weiner, a seven-term Democrat who resigned in June after a sexting scandal. With more than 80 percent of precincts reporting late Tuesday, Turner had 54 percent of the vote to Weprin's 46 percent in unofficial results. "We've been asked by the people of this district to send a message to Washington," Turner told supporters after the landmark win. "I hope they hear it loud and clear. We've been told this is a referendum.

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