An innocent man wrongly linked to “Innocence of Muslims” now has a bounty on his head.
A French magazine takes a stand for free speech even though its Paris offices have already been firebombed.
“My initial tweet about Bacile, the person said to be responsible for the film mocking the prophet Mohammed, was not because I am against the First Amendment. If there is anyone who values free speech, it is a tenured professor!”
Isn’t it wonderful how Islam bridges nations and cultures. Yesterday Copts were being persecuted in Egypt, today they’re in danger in California. That’s just one of the ways that Islam keeps enriching our lives.
A free speech activist is convicted in an Austrian court for stating an Islamically-documented truth about Mohammed.
Does Islamists’ firebombing of a French magazine’s headquarters signal the end of a country’s unbridled humor?
The million dollar question – are jihad, terrorism and sharia law inextricably linked to Islam itself, or can so-called moderate Muslims embrace American concepts of liberty and justice, independent of the political aspects of Islam?