I have now been gradually vaccinated ad nauseam against all the unending crying, wringing of hands, agonized excuses and gushing demonstrations of regret, expressed every time threats from offended Muslims feelings rears up its ugly head: by Lars Løkke when he talks about "the rape of Islam". By torch-lit vigils. Of “Imagine”-singing people holding pencils aloft. Of all the Je Suis campaigns. It is a devoid-of-consequence, virtue-signaling attempt to “purchase indulgences” so to speak, and an excuse for not doing anything at all - and it most certainly will not make any potential terrorist wonder if our will to defend our values is so strong that he might as well pack up his weapons and crawl out of the truck.
Mark Steyn's speech at the 10th anniversary of the publication of the Muhammed drawings.
The German-Egyptian writer Hamed Abdel-Samad, who currently works as a researcher at the Institute of Jewish History and Culture at the University of Munich, is the son of an orthodox imam.
Roger Scruton is probably England's most significant conservative philosopher who, for decades, insisted on voicing his opinion against the cultural radical opinion monopoly.