I’m a bit snowed under with work right now so it’s difficult to write anything original; hence the regurgitation of news and blogs. Pickled Politics’ one year anniversary is coming up and I’m preparing a series of articles towards our goal – to have a more informed discourse regarding current affairs.
Meanwhile, some interesting posts. Thabet points towards a rabbi defending shariah. He makes some good points on that article, as well as this one regarding the forced conversion of those Fox News journalists.
From there I ended up at Tariq Nelson, who points to Kashif, who is embarassed to find that lots of previously held assumptions about passages in the Jewish Talmud turned out to be false. Dodgy Jewish articles indeed. He was inspired by Umar Lee, who was uncomfortable at an anti-Israel meeting where he argued for peace but the lefties clearly don’t want to hear it:
I see no bright future when you have the Pro-Israel side lining up to vilify all Arabs and Muslims and cheerleading for Israel like an arrogant Yankees fan and you have the pro-Palestinian side sitting like the old hopeless Red Sox fans cheering the team on no matter what. Does anyone care about truth? Not many, from what I have seen, and most of those who do arenâ€™t the voices you will hear the loudest (and arenâ€™t Muslim with few exceptions).
At least he tried. The sooner everyone realises an alliance with the racist extreme left (and extreme right) will get us all nowhere the better.
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