February 07, 2006


Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a member of the Dutch Parlement, who is under a Fatwah for her public views and association with the murdered film maker,Theo van Gogh, in the making of the film "Submission", spoke with Spiegel, a German News service. In the interview she makes the point that Europe in general needs to stand up to Islamic pressure, if it is to survive as a group of free nations.

here's just a taste:

"There should be solidarity. The cartoons should be displayed everywhere. After all, the Arabs can't boycott goods from every country. They're far too dependent on imports. And Scandinavian companies should be compensated for their losses. Freedom of speech should at least be worth that much to us".

Go read the rest, and if you have any relatives living in Europe, urge them to join in a show of solidarity againt the Islamic assault on their freedom of expression.

And write your Senator's and Congressmen and let them know that you are not happy with the U.S.'s official response to those assaults.
We need to stand together with Europe in the face of assaults on freedom of expression, and not let the pusillanimous assholes of Foggy Bottom weaken us still furthur in the eyes of our joint enemy.

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Posted by Delftsman3 at February 7, 2006 10:42 PM | TrackBack

I hope all of Europe and America finally wakes up to the threat under their noses.

Posted by: Jack at February 8, 2006 11:23 AM
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