WEDNESDAY’S LIBRARY

February 23, 2005 // by admin

For your blogging delectation, kind readers, may I suggest you check out:

The always impressive Arthur Chrenkoff, and his interview with Michael Ledeen (among other fascinating bits you will have the pleasure of scrolling through).

Regime Change in Iran (insha’allah) gives us the true story behind the Tehran- Damascus Axis of Evil, and presents the latest insights from our favorite lunatic ex-weapons inspector.

Meanwhile Baghdad Dweller offers the Islamofascist view of democracy.

So, you’re opposed to celebrating birthdays and anniversaries because they are an “imported tradition”–what’s a Wahhabi Muslim to do?  Arab News offers some advice.

Jihad Watch, via Junkyard Blog, updates the Armanious murders.

Little Green Footballs reveals the Saudi connection behind would-be Bush-assassin, Ahmed Omar Abu Ali.

The Saudi-Hungarian spat continues!

Do not mess with this woman!

Thought for the day:

Every little action…makes or unmakes character, and that therefore what one does in the secret chamber, one has some day to cry aloud from the housetops.

— from An Ideal Husband, by Oscar Wilde

 

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