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Iconic firefighter photo almost excluded from 9/11 memorial exhibit

Posted by: Phineas on July 28, 2013 at 1:07 pm » 7 Comments

**Posted by Phineas Because, you see, it’s too “rah-rah American”: According to Elizabeth Greenspan, author of the up coming book Battle for Ground Zero (St. Martin’s Press), Michael Shulan, creative director of the 9/11 Memorial Museum, thought about cutting the famed photo from Ground Zero of three firefighters raising the American flag amidst the rubble of […]


Pat Condell on Islamic cultural terrorism

Posted by: Phineas on June 17, 2011 at 4:01 pm » 2 Comments

**Posted by Phineas There’s a category here at Public Secrets called “cultural jihad,” referring to the efforts of Islamic supremacists to condition Westerners to accept sharia law through grievance mongering and the exploitation of our generally tolerant customs and multicultural guilt. Robert Spencer has called this the “Stealth Jihad,” while former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy […]


Klavan On The Culture explains multiculturalism

Posted by: Phineas on February 28, 2011 at 1:01 pm » 4 Comments

**Posted by Phineas Well, it’s about time. I’ve been trying to wrap my head around this idea that no culture has any more intrinsic worth than any other culture, but I just haven’t had any luck. Maybe Andrew Klavan can finally explain it to me: Yep. I’d say that about clears it up. RELATED: From […]


Lara Logan’s rape as a symbol of Islam’s “silent scandal”

Posted by: Phineas on February 23, 2011 at 1:49 pm » 1 Comment

**Posted by Phineas “Silent scandal.” Those are the words former federal prosecutor Andy McCarthy uses to describe the miserable condition of women under Islam, in which inferiority to men is theologically sanctioned and non-Islamic women — or a Muslim woman who doesn’t behave as she should — are open targets for beatings, rape, and even […]


Religious tolerance for me, but not for thee

Posted by: Phineas on November 6, 2010 at 12:02 pm » 6 Comments

Just another reminder that the principles of liberal democracy and Sharia law are not compatible: In New York, Muslims want to build a mosque near Ground Zero and most Americans, while hating the idea, agree they have the right to do it. Meanwhile, in Kuwait, Christians are denied permission to build churches: A group of […]


In Islam, marital rape isn’t rape-rape

Posted by: Phineas on October 15, 2010 at 2:01 pm » 6 Comments

A few weeks ago, I presented a video clip featuring a distinguished Egyptian cleric who told a rapt interviewer that Allah had created the punishment of beating a wife for refusing her husband sex and that this was a way of honoring her. But this left open the question, what to do if she won’t […]


If it’s not a mosque, then what is it?

Posted by: Phineas on September 12, 2010 at 1:00 pm » 3 Comments

Writing in the New York Post, Amir Taheri has an interesting theory of what the proposed mosque/community center/whatever at Ground Zero really represents. He mentions the various types of Islamic buildings, all of which have very specific roles in Islam: for example, the takiyah is a Shiite building dedicated to passion plays about the death […]


(Video) Bill Whittle: Tolerance or appeasement?

Posted by: Phineas on August 20, 2010 at 1:56 pm » 4 Comments

Bill Whittle of Pajamas Media has long been a sharp, uncompromising, and eloquent advocate for the defense of America and the West against both the armed and the cultural jihad. His series at PJTV, Afterburner, is worth the price of subscription just for itself. In this latest episode, he places our reaction to the proposed […]


Mr. President, whose side are you on?

Posted by: Phineas on August 14, 2010 at 4:04 pm » 25 Comments

Last night, President Obama spoke at an Iftar dinner at the White House. (Iftar is the traditional Muslim dinner held at the end beginning of during Ramadan.) In his remarks, he waded deep into controversy over the building of a large mosque at Ground Zero in New York City. In his remarks, he made clear […]


10 people witness rape, no one calls to report it: A case of multiculturalism gone bad in America?

Posted by: ST on August 24, 2007 at 8:12 pm » 9 Comments

Like many people have the last couple of days, I read the story of what happened in a hallway in the Afton View apartments in St. Paul, Minnesota with an unhealthy dose of disgust: Although police say as many as 10 people witnessed a sexual assault in a St. Paul hallway, the suspect said he […]