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Cultural Suicide – Lorne Gunter, National Post 
Political correctness will be the death of Western civilization because unlike our earlier forms of pluralistic tolerance, PC is wilfully blind to the lack of reciprocal tolerance in other cultures. Indeed, the more others hate us, the more PC denies their hatred.

The most disturbing aspect of last week's Fort Hood shootings—aside from the horrendous loss of life, of course—has been the triumph of political correctness in the analysis of Maj. Nadil Hasan's motives. The first instinct of White House and U.S. Army spokesmen, as well as most CNN, CBC, BBC, MSNBC and other analysts, has been to deny any connection between Hasan's murderous deeds and his faith.
https://www.nationalpost.com/opinion/story.html?id=2210022

The Elephant in the Room Keeps Getting Bigger
When I heard the breaking news yesterday that a gunman had opened fire at Ft. Hood yesterday, my first thought was “I'll bet he was Muslim”. There.  I've said it in public.  Now you can all call me a racist Islamophob
https://insidecatholic.com/Joomla/index.php?option=com_myblog&show=The-elephant-in-the-room-keeps-getting-bigger.html&Itemid=127

A War of Ideas Within Islam By Rick Santorum
While many so-called moderate Muslims oppose al-Qaeda's tactics, they nevertheless support global expansion of Islam. They embrace the imposition of Islamic sharia law on people of all faiths in Muslim countries – a law that requires such things as unequal treatment of the sexes and the killing of gays and apostates.

Why do so many Muslims still hold these views in the 21st century, even in the West? Partly because prominent Islamic authorities have failed to chart a different course.
https://www.eppc.org/publications/pubID.3984/pub_detail.asp

Samir, 111 Questions on Islam – James V. Schall
Samir’s comments on Islam are often the best around. This book is written by a man who is both sympathetic toward and critical of Islam. I found the book rather frightening in its honest and direct presentation of what Islam does, holds, and seeks, of what it does when it conquers, and of the intensity of its beliefs, which in so many ways are so ill-founded. Basically, if it could, Islam would convert the world, one way or another, by peace or by war, as precisely the “will” of Allah.

We really have no idea what we are up against unless we take a careful look at what is held theologically and what has happened historically in the Muslim world and its understanding of the world outside itself, which it calls the sphere of war.

Samir’s discussion of why the mosque is not a church and of why the Saudis are involved in spending their oil riches, not to help the poor, but to build mosques all over the world, while at the same time forbidding the presence of Christian churches in Islamic lands, is most sobering. Considerably more people are converted to Islam each day than are converted from Islam.
https://hprweb.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=217%3Athe-ambiguity-of-islam&catid=34%3Acurrent-issue&Itemid=1

War Without End: The Muslim Conquestsby T. David Curp
https://insidecatholic.com/Joomla/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=174&Itemid=48

BBC: Ft Hood Mosque Member Defends Shootings
“they were troops who were going to Afghanistan and Iraq to kill Muslims. I honestly have no pity for them.”
https://mypetjawa.mu.nu/archives/199501.php

Muslims in New York celebrate the deaths of Americans in the Fort Hood jihad
https://www.jihadwatch.org/2009/11/muslims-in-new-york-celebrate-the-deaths-of-americans-in-the-fort-hood-jihad.html

Muslim soldier Nidal Hasan to fellow military doctors: “We love death more then (sic) you love life!” By Michelle Malkin  https://michellemalkin.com/2009/11/09/muslim-soldier-nidal-hasan-to-fellow-military-doctors-we-love-death-more-then-sic-you-love-life/

PC sickness killed our soldiers
https://www.wnd.com/?pageId=115370

Reading the Qur’an Through the Bible – Gabriel Said Reynolds
The Qur’an exhibits both a familiarity with and an amicability toward the Bible. It is not the record of confused proclamations in a barbarous context where the Bible was barely known.
https://www.firstthings.com/article/2009/10/reading-the-quran-through-the-bible