IN today’s column Burkini represents religious fundamentalism writ large, I analyse the debate over the burkini ban: WHEN the Syrian city of Manbij was liberated from Islamic State, women burned their burkas, lit up cigarettes, laughed out aloud and embraced the female soldiers who had rescued them. That is what freedom looks like. Freedom isn’t a woman encased in head to toe polyester under a burning … Continue reading Burkini Promotes “Rape Ideology”
IS Pope Francis a jihad denialist? In my column today, Cultural Relativism an Unnecessary Cross to Bear, I argue that the Pope has adopted a position of appeasement in regard to Islamist terror: The Pope has embraced jihad denialism at the historical moment that jihadists have declared war on Christianity. His recent denial that jihadism is rooted in Islamist theology, his selective criticism of Western secure … Continue reading Pope Francis & Jihad Denialism
Dear friends and colleagues, please find below a list of my selected works on Islamism updated to include columns published this year in The Australian. ~ 2017 ~ “Sharia: dark ages death sentence” “Let’s say good-bye to a UN that hates the free world” ~ 2016 ~ “West proves not all cultures are equal” “Hillary Clinton’s sophisticated sexism includes backing Islamism” “Belgium’s open-border failures” (on Brussels … Continue reading Updated Works on Islamism
There’s a new word on the political block: refujihad. It describes an unintended consequence of open border policies; the emergence of jihadist terror as a permanent feature of Western life. On my definition, refujihad is a composite term, comprising direct and indirect forms. Direct refujihad describes Islamists’ use of open border policy to enter Western countries posing as refugees, while harbouring the intent to commit jihadism. … Continue reading “Refujihad” the New Normal as West Opens Borders to Islamism
Click here to watch the video. Islamists are committing genocide against Assyrians, the only people left who speak Aramaic, the language of Christ. The last time the West turned a blind eye to the targeted mass murder of Christians in the Middle East, it resulted in the Armenian Holocaust, known today as The Forgotten Holocaust. In the Armenian Holocaust, Muslims slaughtered between 800,000 and 1.5 … Continue reading Should The West Prioritise Christian Refugees?
The Syrian refugee crisis will worsen unless the Islamic world accepts their fair share of the refugee burden and finds the political will to address root causes. Australia has adopted a two-pronged approach to the Syrian crisis. The first is humanitarian, expanding the number of places for refugees fleeing the Syrian civil war. The second is political, using military means to secure a lasting peace in … Continue reading Reform Islamic World to End Refugee Crisis
Fifty-two years ago today, Martin Luther King delivered his groundbreaking speech “I Have a Dream”. The rise of neo-racism among groups like Black Lives Matter and killer Vester Flanagan destroys King’s great dream that we may learn to judge one another not by the colour of our skin, but the quality of our character. Vester Flanagan’s shooting of a young American journalist and cameraman on live … Continue reading Neo-Racism versus Martin Luther King