On the four-year anniversary of the murder of British soldier Lee Rigby by two converts to Islam, a Muslim suicide bomber named Salman Abedi attacked exiting fans at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, killing 22 and injuring 59 others. Can we understand this brutal attack? Only if we turn to the Muslim sources.
On May 11th, 2017, Robert Spencer spoke in Reykjavik, Iceland. Following his presentation, a critic dropped poison in Spencer’s drink. Increased assassinations, it seems, are the next step in the devolution of the radical Left. The medical report, confirming multiple drugs were slipped into Spencer’s drink, has been posted online here: http://www.wnd.com/2017/05/doctor-con….
I was wrong about Tommy.
European Union lawmakers recently voted to force YouTube to crack down on online hate speech. Is this a problem? David Wood draws attention to three problems with politicians controlling online speech.
After learning that a female genital mutilation gang had been arrested in Michigan, faux feminist Linda Sarsour tweeted: “Female genital mutilation has no place in Detroit or anywhere else in the world. Female genital mutilation is barbaric and is not an Islamic practice.”
In this video, our hero David Wood turns to Muslim scholars and Islam’s most trusted sources to see if female genital mutilation (female circumcision) is prescribed in Islam.
On April 18th, 2017, black nationalist Kori Ali Muhammad gunned down three white non-Muslims outside a Catholic charity in Fresno, California. During the shooting, Muhammad shouted “Allahu Akbar!” Not surprisingly, the Associated Press immediately tried to deflect attention away from Islam. David Wood
Obviously the solution to stopping anti-gay crime is to hold hands with other men and post pictures to Twitter. I’m sure that’ll work, lads!