Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Internet Articles On Islam

Andrew Bostom Interview

Didn’t have the time to read Andrew Bostom’s treatise on Jihad? Read his interview on Front Page Magazine. For some, it will be a review. In that case, give the link to an uninformed friend.

“George Mason’s” Introductory Articles +

George Mason has a comprehensive analysis of the Islamic threat starting with a summary of Islam, continuing with a philosophical expose, and finally reducing Islam to the absurdity that it is. His review of The Arab Mind, explains the vast cultural differences between them and us. When it comes to our culture, he rightfully points out our weakness in dealing with the Islamic threat. The failure of the left is exposed in noteworthy book reviews of Unholy Alliance and Explaining Postmodernism. The right’s pre-disposition to view religions in a positive light has kept some from facing the Islamic threat. And there are more quality articles there (not to mention the rest of the 6th column team, but today’s George’s day.)

Of course, I’ve written my own critique of the left that’s included reviews of Unholy Alliance, and Explaining Postmodernism. Had I known George's work existed, I could have been drinking Margaritas in the Bahamas. On second thought, I wouldn’t have missed this fight for the world; and it never hurts to reiterate important points. Today, there exists an underground current of writers exposing the Islamic threat; it is fuelled by independent scholars, journalists, essayists, humorists, and the rest of us who cheer them on. So let’s cheer George on, he’s doing a great job.

Alter of Democracy

Dewi Sudarsono and friends at Alter of Democracy have extensive coverage of Islam’s threat to Europe. Her site highlights some of the heroes in this fight: Bat Ye’or and Oriana Fallaci, most prominently. Of course, the prevalence of courageous women intellectuals on our side reminds us of the Islamists’ misogynist handicap. Just another reason they will lose.


Blogger Always On Watch said...

Smart of you to leave introductory information. With all that's going on in the world right now, newbies may start cruising the blogosphere.

"George Mason's" articles are among my favorites. I once spent three days at Sixth Column, just soaking up the information. Those articles particularly reach the analytical type.

2/1/06, 8:55 AM  
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2/1/06, 12:18 PM  
Blogger John Sobieski said...

Last fall I put Andre Servier's Islam and the Psychology of the Musulman".

George Mason also reviewed Servier's book and I placed it at the top.

Servier published The Musulman in 1913 before political correctness and multiculturalism smothered all but the bravest critics of Islam

2/3/06, 4:50 PM  
Blogger John Sobieski said...

That is, "put online for any to read" Take a look.

2/3/06, 4:51 PM  

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