Life in the West
Alt-right YouTube star Stefan Molyneux appreciates the ‘strong values’ Islam gives to young people, despairs of Western mothers
Alt-right YouTube star Stefan Molyneux appreciates the ‘strong values’ Islam gives to young people. Those familiar with Islam (the reality not the online fantasy) will know what he means: traditional family values; the importance of discipline; hard work; honesty; the primacy… Read More ›
An abomination unto the Lord: Article by Daniel Thomas, Business reporter, BBC News Many readers will find the thought of Christmas tree-flavoured crisps revolting, but Iceland is betting its customers will feel the opposite this festive season. The crisps are part… Read More ›
A short talk by me on the nature of the Qur’an and two questions Muslims in the West are frequently asked about it. A brief reading from the book Reflections by Gai Eaton.
Last night several English converts to Islam (myself, Jordan and Chris) stayed up to the small hours to discuss life as a Muslim and the challenges we face.
“Political correctness seems like a way of standing up for victims, be they women, minorities, gays, transsexuals, or whatever. In reality, however, it is about creating victims. It sets out to repudiate the hierarchies and distinctions embedded in our traditional… Read More ›
Reblogged from the Oxford University Press Blog. Article by ANABEL INGE Salafism, often referred to as ‘Wahhabism’, is widely regarded as a fundamentalist interpretation of Islam that fuels Jihadism and subjugates women. Some even lump ISIS and Salafism together—casting suspicion upon the… Read More ›