Undaunted: Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff’s Fight for Free Speech


One courageous woman’s struggle for equality and freedom of expression in Europe.

Belgium Sentences Man to 4 Months in Jail for Burning Koran


The court held that the facts were serious and testified to “a blatant lack of tolerance and a highly questionable attitude”.

Turkey Convicts World-Renowned Pianist for ‘Defaming’ Islam


While the movement to bring similar blasphemy laws to the West continues to grow.

Egypt May Allow “Citizen’s Arrest” of Western Tourists for Blasphemy

Bangladeshi Muslims shout slogans during a protest in front of the National Mosque in Dhaka

Only Islamist political powers, represented by the Freedom and Justice Party and Al-Gamaa Al-Islamiya, welcomed the decision.

Torching Christians in Pakistan


A Muslim mob burns down over 150 Christian homes and two churches.

Egypt May Jail Christian 9-Year-Old for “Blasphemy”

Massacre Those Who Insult Islam

Nabil and Nady are both illiterate and according to the parents could not have known what was written on those pages, found in among rubbish.

CAIR Ex-Chairman Who Supports Blasphemy Ban Elected to Human Rights Commission


Parvez Ahmed, the former Chairman of CAIR, had served on the Florida ACLU’s Board of Directors, despite being on record as opposing freedom of speech, will be serving on Jacksonville’s Human Rights Commission, with the support of the New Black Panther Party.

OIC Ramps Up ‘Islamophobia’ Campaign


International Islamic blasphemy codes move one step closer to being realized.

Spain to Deport Christian Refugee over Mohammed Film


If sent back to Pakistan, Imran Firasat will face death.

Mullahs, Doublespeak and Videotape


Watch a Mullah’s liberal face to the West — and his real face at home.