Stephen Coughlin explains basic rights to the people at OSCE

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6 Responses to Stephen Coughlin explains basic rights to the people at OSCE

  1. don c says:

    Stephen Coughlin like Robert Spencer needs to be heard by everyone interested in defending their basic rights.

  2. don c says:

    There is of course no possibility of compromise with Islam on the question of rights. Muslims tell us as much all the time.

    …we can summarize that deen is a submission, following and worship by man for the creator, the ruler, the subjugator in a comprehensive system of life with all its belief, intellectual, moral and practical aspects.

    –Definition of the Word Deen & the Word Islam, from Friday speech delivered by Imam Mohamed Baianonie at the Islamic Center of Raleigh, N. C., on December 27,1996

    Shariah establishes the criteria by which all social actions are classified, categorized and administered within the overall governance of the state.

    – The Islamic Supreme Council of America, an “unaffiliated” Sufi group offering “practical solutions for American Muslims”

    There is no disagreement among the scholars of the Muslims that the source of legal rulings for all the acts of those who are morally responsible is Allah Most Glorious.

    –Reliance of the Traveler, a1.1

    We have sent down to you the Book as an exposition of everything

    – “god” surah 16 verse 89

  3. joeb says:

    His videos on sharia, jihad, muslim brotherhood etc.are outstanding. If you haven’t watched them, you need to.

  4. Richard says:

    Once again he is telling us what we need to hear, I wish there was some way these videos could become mandatory in all schools.

  5. Eeyore says:

    Well, you could put the videos on a USB key and give it to someone you know who goes to a school, and tell them to start copying it to all the other students. There has to be a way to make these things viral in a non-net sense. By direct copy off of a USB key from machine to machine.

    Students like to feel rebellious. One way the left has beaten reason itself is to make students believe that when they hold views that are today, total orthodoxy, Multiculturalism, evil of dead white men, leftism etc, that they are fashionable rebels instead of what they are. Useful idiots.

    When you point out that their views are the norm its interesting how quickly they spread alternative views.

  6. Richard says:

    Good idea.

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