By Joe Kaufman
Tallahassee, FL: On March 9th and 10th, Ahmed Bedier, the former representative for the Hamas-affiliated Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and “unofficial spokesman” for Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) terrorist Sami Al-Arian, will be holding an event in Tallahassee, Florida, under the banner of his newly formed group, United Voices for America (UVA). The UVA was created, according to Bedier, to lobby the Florida legislature and to “empower” Muslims “to change Florida.” Americans Against Hate thinks there is an alternative sinister agenda. . . .

Accountability and Defying Islamic Supremacism
By Jeffrey Imm
Our generation shares the responsibility to challenge Islamic supremacism in America and around the world. Our responsibility is based on our nation and our leaders’ accountability in defending our inalienable human rights of equality and liberty – which demands that we reject all supremacism, including Islamic supremacism. Such accountability on human rights also requires that we challenge those in denial on this threat who seek our surrender to Islamic supremacism abroad and at home. Failure to defy Islamic supremacism will not only cost us our freedoms – it will also cost us our identity, as those who appease and support such supremacism will seek to use our nation’s influence and power as a weapon against freedom – as we have recently seen in other nations. To effectively defy Islamic supremacism, we must use our existing consensus in equality and liberty as a tool to ensure that Islamic supremacism is treated like any other supremacist ideology that would seek to threaten our freedoms. We know that outrage against supremacism is not enough; we are responsible to act to defy such supremacist ideologies that threaten our freedoms and take a public stand against them. . . .

This is really really long, but it’s an exceptionally good article by Jeffrey Imm. I would suggest copying the whole thing, rather than trying to read it on line. —DOB

Headless Body in Gutless Press
Mark Steyn
Just asking, but are beheadings common in western New York? I used to spend a lot of time in that neck of the woods and I don’t remember decapitation as a routine form of murder. Yet the killing of Aasiya Hassan seems to have elicited a very muted response. . . .

Muslim women “face crisis over violence”
MUSLIM women around the world are facing a “growing crisis” as Islamic governments fail to honour commitments to end inequality and violence against them, a senior UN official has warned.

Yakin Erturk, the UN’s rapporteur on violence against women, said that women must demand their governments carry out pledges to grant equal rights and ensure their safety . . .

Yakin is a dreamer. How can these Muslim women (see next article) possibly fight for their rights when they can be killed for any perceived offense, let alone a real one? We can’t even protect them in the United States (see above article by Mark Steyn) . . .—DOB

Pamela Geller
HONOR KILLINGS SHOULD BE A CAPITAL CRIME. Period. Because this is war . . . and the war is about women, power, ownership . . . dominance.

You can judge the health of any political system by how they treat the women. Is this what America fought long and hard for? Why hasn’t this received the kind of coverage that Natalee Hollaway, Jesse Davis, Stacey Peterson received?

You think it’s just Muslim girls who are at risk? We are all at risk. . . .

I must warn you that clicking on this link is heartbreaking; the number of murdered women at the hands of Muslims is . . . well, heartbreaking.—DOB