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Free Speech Hypocrisy In France (Video)

info-pictogram1 Since the Charlie Hebdo attack, France has been all about freedom of speech – but actions speak louder than words. Recently the French arrested a comedian for a Facebook post and a 16-year-old boy for allegedly posting a spoof Charlie Hebdo cover. While you may not agree with what those people did, shouldn’t the freedom of speech be absolute?

Founder Slams “Zionist, Islamophobic” Charlie



CAIRO – One of the early founders of satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo has accused its slain chief editor of dragging the team to their deaths after turning the weekly into a Zionist, Islamophobic mouthpiece.

“I really hold it against you,” Henri Roussel, 80, who contributed to the first issue of the satirical weekly in 1970, wrote to the slain editor in the Left-leaning magazine Nouvel Obs, Daily Telegraph reported.

“I know it’s not done,” Roussel, who publishes under the pen name Delfeil de Ton, added.

He went further to blame Stéphane Charbonnier, or Charb, of “dragging the team” to their deaths by releasing increasingly provocative cartoons.

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By: Paul Joseph Watson

A Muslim in Canada decided to put ‘free speech’ to the test in the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo shootings by joking about 9/11 and the Holocaust on Twitter. He is now the subject of a police investigation.

Hot dog seller Jerry Reddick took to the social media network yesterday to experiment with how far he could take freedom of expression, writing, “Let’s test just how free freedom of speech is when it’s not Muslims being disrespected.”

What followed was a series of tweets which were undoubtedly offensive but for many wouldn’t be construed as any more odious than material published by Charlie Hebdo.

Within hours of sending out the tweets, Reddick was reported to Halifax police and is now under investigation by authorities.

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Hijab: What Is It All About?

Hijab, My Choice, My Right, and My Freedom



The status of women in Islam is often the target of attacks in the secular media.

The hijab or the Islamic dress is cited by many as an example of the “subjugation” of women under Islamic law.

Yet, the truth is that 1400 years ago, Islam recognized women’s rights in a way that grants them the utmost protection and respect, a combination other systems fail to offer.

Islam granted them freedom of expression, political participation, business and financial rights, and asked the rest of society to hold them in high esteem and offer them due respect as mothers, sisters, wives, and daughters.

What is it about hijab? Why are Muslim women still wearing it?

How can a piece of cloth attract so much attention?

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Muslims express their love for the House of Allah (God) even in written word constructions!


” Look at this beautiful expression of the Divine in the Arabic Calligraphy of Yusuf Najm Udin: “Allahu Akbar Mosque) (Allah is the Greatest mosque). May Almighty Allah bless and protect all of the sacred masjids of the world, especially on the blessed day of Jumu’ah (Friday).”

Written by Abdullah Hakim Quick

Good character is an expression of righteous deeds.

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