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CounterJihad Brussels 2007 Presentations

Posted by counterjihadeuropa on October 28, 2007

CounterJihad Brussels 2007 Conference, October 18 – 19

Press Release

Speaker Biographies

Agenda and Presentations Below
October 18, 2007

1. Keynote speech

Eurabia – How Far has it gone?
Bat Ye’or

Creeping Dhimmitude at the United Nations
David Littman
15 minute break

2. Country reports -

10 minute problem statements/current and planned activity summaries

a. Belgium (Belien/Dewinter)

b. Germany (Stefan Herre)

c. France (Nidra Poller)

d. UK (Gerard Batten)

e. Sweden (Ted Ekeroth/Reinhard – FOMI)

f. Denmark (Lars Hedegaard)

g. Norway (Jens Anfindsen)

h. Finland (KS)

i. Netherlands (Johannes Jansen)

j. Italy (Adriana Bolchini Gaigher)

k. Switzerland (Arnaud Dotezac)

l. Romania (Traian Ungureanu)

m. Austria (Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff)

3. Working Lunch/

Country reports – Cont’d as above

4. What can we learn from Israel’s on-going fight with terrorism? (video, H/T Atlas Shrugs)
Dr Arieh Eldad, member of Israeli Knesset

Break/Networking

5. From Dawa to Jihad (presentation is not public, but here is a video interview, H/T Atlas Shrugs)
Dr. Patrick Sookhdeo, Director, Institute for the Study of Islam and Christianity and of the Barnabas Fund

6. Opposing Jihadism
Dr. Marc Cogen, professor of International Law, Ghent University

7. The War Against Jihad : Understanding the adversary (presentation not public)
Sam Solomon, ex-Muslim and shariah law expert, author of the Proposed Charter of Muslim Understanding

1 hour break – move to dinner Locale (TBD)

8. Reception (Drinks) and Dinner

Islam – Is it the real problem (video, H/T Atlas Shrugs)
Robert Spencer

The First and Last Enemy-Jew-Hatred in Islam
Andrew Bostom

October 19:

Working Groups (Notes distributed to participants only)

Matyas Zmo: Czech Republic country report

Laurent Artur du Plessis: Shariah Finance

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