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Egypt Proposes ‘International Law to Criminalize Contempt of Religion’

Breitbart, by THOMAS D. WILLIAMS, PH.D, June 8, 2015:

On Sunday, Egypt’s minister for Religious Endowments, Mohamed Mokhtar Gomaa, called for an “international law to  552 more words

Counter Jihad Report

Assassin’s Veto: Our Muhammad Ad Spurs D.C. Metro Transit Authority to Ban All ‘Issue’ Ads

As the otherwise secular media addresses him as “The Prophet Muhammad,” it’s clear that the assassin’s veto works.

by Robert Spencer

The winner is clear, and to the winner be the laurels. 512 more words


Coptic Teens and Teacher Jailed in Egypt

My latest article for WORLD turns to Egypt, where four teenage boys and their teacher are in prison over a video mocking ISIS. 96 more words

My Journalism

Shit that Pissed me Off - 5/15

Men’s Rights Idiots are Upset About Fury Road Even Though They Haven’t Seen it Yet

I haven’t seen the film yet.  I’m very much looking forward to the film and I have to admit, the fact a bunch of Men’s Rights jackasses are upset about the film makes me want to buy two tickets just to piss them off a little bit more. 1,069 more words

Shit That Pissed Me Off

GMA distributes funds to the persecuted families of Youhanabad Church blasts


#Pakistan #Christians #Youhanabad #ChurchBlasts #GMABlog

Following a successful fundraising campaign, Global Minorities Alliance (GMA) organised an event on 26 April in Youhanabad, Lahore, to support the victims of the Youhanabad Church blasts, which killed 17 and injured 70 on the 15 March 2015. 449 more words

Human Rights

Monday Musings: My, How Things Have Changed (Or Not)

Excuse Enough To Swear

While researching a story for an unusual name (Purkaple), I came across an article in the Chanute Daily Tribune (19 Feb 1912).  1,329 more words

Monday Musings

Lahore Church blasts: the beleaguered Christian citizens of Pakistan

By Shahid Khan

#blasphemy #GMABlog #Youhanabad #Pakistan #Christianity

A few years ago I visited Youhanabad, one of the largest Christian neighbourhood in Punjab, Pakistan. I remember the endless houses and an acute sense of love and unity in the air. 943 more words

Human Rights