Kategoriarkiv: HRS International
When pride in ones own traditional values are continuously suppressed and spurned, the result may be that Europeans feel discriminated against in their own culture. This becomes a racism against whites which in turn creates a growing environment of displeasure with non-Western foreigners. Thus writes Hanne Nabintu Herland.
They delightedly applauded the chopping off of hands and feet. And they didnt raise an eyebrow when executions committed by family agreement were defended as a reasonable human right in Islam. Thus wrights Hege Storhaug.
I hope Charlie Hebdo recovers swiftly, as I’m sure it will. France’s political and secular culture repeatedly shows itself more robust than that of most other societies, including our own. But when people wonder why it is that cultures go awry we will be able to point to moments such as this: when the foundations of your values are under assault and the walls are manned by phonies and fools.
If such a crime occurs and if there are no witnesses, then both men and women are supposed to keep it under wraps and not discuss it in public. These are the words of one Munawar Hasan, Ameer of the Jamat-i-Islami Pakistan, regarding rape.
On the 22nd of July I received a message from my mother in Islamabad while shopping at a busy market: Please call and check if our loved ones are safe. There have been terrorist attacks in Oslo. The fear of harm to loved ones is inevitable in todays world of violence, especially when one resides in Pakistan. In the recent decade, deadly terrorist attacks in many a peaceful part of my beautiful country have made sure of this. Therefore it did not take long to absorb the idea that such violence had occurred in Norway.
The Dutch politician and critic of Islam has been found not guilty. But he remains an unfree man and the mainstream media continue to smear him and distort his message, writes Bruce Bawer.
An important new book contemplates the ways in which the Holocaust has been remembered and the ways in which that memory had been distorted.
After five years, a new poll reveals a surprising, and gratifying, shift of opinion in Norway in regard to the cartoons that changed the world.
Multiculturalism stands for very different values depending upon the individual analysing it. Therefore there is no point really in debating what the term means; rather it will be pertinent to take a closer look at what it means to certain people in order to conclude upon its current affect on societies that have embraced it as a value.