In this article, published in the New York Post, Phyllis Chesler, professor emerita of psychology and women´s studies at the College Staten Island and a fellow at the Middle East Forum, makes a compelling argument for the need to establish priorities in helping victims of Muslim persecution. Concerning refugees from the Middle East, shouldn´t the Christians get priority?
Monthly Archives: July 2016
This week, Denmark got a new school. An Islamic high school. Not everyone is happy with that decision. Steffen Mortensen, member of the board at Hatune Foundation Sweden, wrote about the concern of the ongoing Islamisation of Europe – particularly Denmark in this case.
All Yazidi refugees tell the same horrific stories. Hasan, who escaped Sinjar after a year under IS rule, recalls how the radicals captured his cousin: “They told him, ‘you have to convert to Islam and after that, you also have to give us your daughter.’ She was nine years old, seven men raped her on one day.”