Monthly Archives: November 2008

Jihad Terror in Mumbai: Concordant Hatred of Hindus and Jews (Part 2)

  Continued from Part 1   Completely uninformed about (and stubbornly resistant to any informed discussion of) the motivating Islamic ideology for the Mumbai attacks, the media “meta-narrative,” repeated ad nauseum, is also oblivious to the living historical legacy of … Continue reading

Jihad Terror in Mumbai: Concordant Hatred of Hindus and Jews (Part 1)

  Sixty hours of jihadist terror depradations throughout India’s financial capital, Mumbai—during which nearly  200 innocent victims were murdered, and 300 wounded—apparently ceased this Saturday, November 29, when Indian commandos slew the last three gunmen inside a luxury hotel, while … Continue reading

“Ethos” of the Mumbai Jihad on Chabad? “Whenever a Jew is killed it is for the benefit of Islam.”

The Philosemitic and Overall Infidel Infatuated Indian Sufi Ahmad Sirhindi (d. 1624) Hat tips to Pamela Geller and Bob Spencer regarding this story about an apparently targeted attack on a Chabad House in Mumbai by the jihad terrorists wreaking carnage … Continue reading

Robert Conquest, Being “Non-Judgmental,” and Jihadism

  Ukraine’s Medal of Iaroslav Mudryi (grand prince of Kiev, from 1019 to 1054) bestowed on Hoover research fellow Robert Conquest (center) by Ukraine’s ambassador to the United States, June, 2006   Robert Conquest, from the Preface to the 40th … Continue reading

Osama Bin Lenin?

The Marx Brothers of Jihadism? This brief review of “The Mind of Jihad” by Laurent Murawiec, Cambridge University Press, 2008, 342 pp., will also be appearing in print in the December issue of OUTPOST. ***       Ibn Hudayl a … Continue reading

A Malaysian Reminds President-Elect Obama About His Freedom of Conscience

  An appeal to our Muslim apostate US President-elect from Islamic Malaysia, the land of “Bumiputra,” (and other classical forms of dhimmitude), which is undergoing a resurgence of orthodox Sharia mandates :   For practicing freedom of religion and conscience, … Continue reading