• May 16, 2018|Mark DurieThe Australian

    Terrorists not defaming Islam, but attempting to observe it

    To assert jihadist terrorism has nothing to do with Islam is a head-in-the-sand attempt to avoid ­reality

  • November 02, 2017|Mark DurieQuadrant

    Saudi-Exported Koran Fuels Islamic Extremism

  • November 01, 2017|Mark DurieQuadrant

    Calling for Violent Jihad in Australia

    A Saudi-promoted English translation of the Qur'an with commentary is a book that incites violent jihad

  • June 17, 2017|Mark DurieThe Spectator (Australia)

    The Myth of the Extremist

  • November 14, 2016|Mark DurieThe New English Review

    Muslim Aversion to Non-Muslim Rule and the Jakarta Riots

    Originally published under the title "Violent Protests in Indonesia Blow an Ill Will for Religious Tolerance." Violence between protesters and police in Jakarta broke out Friday night, November 4, 2016, when an estimated 200,000 Muslims...

  • July 02, 2016|Mark DurieThe Spectator

    It's not Personal, It's Islam

    A widely-publicised Iftar dinner, intended to show that Malcolm Turnbull gets what it means to be inclusive, ended badly after he was advised that one of his guests, Sheikh Shady Alsuleiman, had taught that Islam prescribes death for adulterers, and

  • June 30, 2016|Mark DurieThe Washington Examiner

    Obama Doesn't Understand Jihadist Doctrine

    In his June 14 address to the nation, President Obama attributed Omar Mateen's attack on patrons of Orlando, Fla.'s, Pulse nightclub to "homegrown extremism," saying "we currently do not have any information to indicate that...

  • January 01, 2016|Mark DurieThe Australian

    An Australian Minister's Misconceptions about Islam and Christianity

    Originally published under the title "Wrong, Minister — This Is How Religious Freedom Works." Writing in The Australian, Concetta Fierravanti-Wells has attempted to throw light on the challenge of Islamic radicalism. She offers a...

  • December 16, 2015|Mark DurieIndependent Journal Review

    Is Islam a Religion of Peace?

    Originally published under the title "Here's Where the Phrase 'Islam Is A Religion of Peace' Came From. Politicians Should Stop Using It." Days after the ISIS-inspired terrorist attack in San Bernardino, President Obama's...

  • November 16, 2015|Mark DurieLapido Media

    The Paris Attacks Were Not 'Nihilism' but Sacred Strategy

    Leading commentator Janet Daley's article in Saturday's Telegraph, "The West is at War with a Death Cult," stands for everything that is woeful about European elites' response to Islamic jihad. It is a triumph of religious...

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