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[ October 22, 2017 ]

‘Underwear bomber’ files lawsuit over prison treatment, says Muslims harassed

[ October 22, 2017 ]

WATCH: Gavin McInnes Interviews Pamela Geller

[ October 22, 2017 ]

Wherever There Are More Muslims There Is More Terror: The Connection Between Demographics and Terrorism

[ October 22, 2017 ]

Europe’s Next World War Begins in France

[ October 22, 2017 ]

In Minnesota, They’re “Kind of” Committed to the Freedom of Speech

[ October 22, 2017 ]

Memphis imam Yasir Qadhi called for killing of gays and blasphemers, to speak in London

[ October 22, 2017 ]

Italy: Muslim migrant slits non-Muslim’s throat, victim’s family warns against “racism”

[ October 22, 2017 ]

Australia: Muslim preacher OK’s wife-beating, says “Beat her in a way that doesn’t turn her...

[ October 21, 2017 ]

Saturday Night Cinema: Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye

[ October 21, 2017 ]

Videos and Photos: Protest Hiring Anti-Israel CEO David Myers At Center For Jewish History

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Sasha Polakow-Suransky, Defender of the Faith

When Polakow-Suransky claims that “populist” leaders (a subdued synonym for “right-wing”) are “rebranding” themselves “by depicting Muslims as the primary threat” to “Jews, women and gay people,” don’t we have a right to reply that’s it not a question of “rebranding,” but of stating the truth: aren’t Muslims in fact the “primary threat” today to all three?

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New York Times touts board game that likens Trump to Hitler

The gamemakers have not been shy about linking the game to the president. At the website, they advise those who “don’t think there’s anything funny or cool about fascism” to address complaints to the White House. They have also sent copies of the game to senators and released a Trump administration expansion pack, with cards for some members of the administration. It was quickly outpaced by news events, given that there are cards for Stephen K. Bannon and Sean Spicer, who left the White House over the summer.

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