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  • El Cid
    El Cid in exile
    El Cid angered his king by invading Granada. In reality, King Alphonso VI might have been looking for an excuse to rid himself of the hero. In response to the invasion, and possibly out of spite and jealousy, Alphonso VI banished and blackballed...
  • Muslim woman in mosque
    Best 8 quotes from Women's Mosque of America founder interview
    Earlier this year a first of its kind project was established in Los Angeles and garnered much interest nationwide: the Women's Mosque of America.While there have been women only Islamic institutions or masajid around the world for centuries,...
  • Chadian Special Anti-Terrorism Group Troops
    Chad fights Boko Haram while spec ops exercise prepares it for wider war
    Chadian armed forces recently achieved several significant victories against Boko Haram, and as they continue fighting they also continue participating in the U.S.-sponsored Exercise Flintlock, which appears to be helping to prepare regional...
  • Barack Obama
    Historian shreds Obama's claim Islam 'woven into fabric' of U.S. since founding
    While speaking at the White House Summit on Countering Violent Extremism, Barack Obama claimed that “Islam has been woven into the fabric of our country since its founding.” But, The Blaze reported Friday, historian David Barton...
  • Former Obama spiritual mentor Rev. Jeremiah Wright
    Now Obama's Christianity has been placed in doubt
    Hard on the heels of former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani expressing doubts about President Obama’s love of the United States, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, a potential Republican presidential candidate, has said that he doesn’t know...
  • bb
    Brigitte Bardot under fire again for insulting Muslims
    Considered by many as one of the sexiest actresses in the film industry during the 50s and 60s, the iconic Brigitte Bardot is best known in her later years as one of the most staunch and vocal defenders of her French homeland and also of the more...
  • U.S. Soldiers Perform Live-fire Demonstration
    Iraqi forces being prepped by U.S. to retake Mosul in April
    Iraqi forces could begin the battle to retake Mosul from Islamic Caliphate terrorists as early as April and U.S. forces could be fighting with them according to a U.S. official, but the fight to retake the second largest Iraqi city will only...
  • Islamic State
    Poverty-driven terrorism: Endless possibilities
    The war against people needing jobs? What is the source of “bending over backwards to deny the Islamist ideological source of the threat”? Apparently the Clarion Project has discovered the clue. It is a lone wolf who has penetrated the...
  • U.S. Airman Exits Aircraft During HAHO Jump
    U.S. special operations assist African nations in fight against Boko Haram
    U.S. special operations forces in Africa for an annual regional exercise will also use their time there to help train and supply African forces for their fight against Boko Haram, confirming a previous possibility raised by the Examiner only days...
  • Baloch group, Coptics, Jews welcome Netanyahu address to the US Congress
    Baloch group, Coptics, Jews welcome Netanyahu address to the US Congress
    WASHINGTON DC -- At least three Middle East-related organizations Tuesday threw their full support to the upcoming speech of Israel prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the U.S. Congress on March 3. Israel’s Voice and Voice of the Copts have...
  • Chapel Hill Tragedy
    Lessons from the Chapel Hill tragedy
    A deranged American, a ticking time bomb by any definition, kills three bright, young Americans in cold blood in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.It is not clear if the killings are dueto a long-simmering parking dispute or to the killer’s...
  • Chapel Hill killings hate crime
    UNC killings - hate crimes and zealous ideologues, peas and carrots
    Opinion –It seems inconceivable to sober-minded folks, meaning reasonable individuals who are keenly aware of the state of affairs and the nature of present realities in this world, that some people are clamoring for the “Chapel Hill...
  • El Cid statue
    El Cid and Alphonso VI
    El Cid served both Christian and Muslim rulers in Spain. Originally, he fought valiantly against the Moors. Despite the heroics, El Cid made enemies in the Christian community. In 1079, he attacked Granada without permission and defeated the...
  • Islam
    Islam's war with the United States
    In the 16th chapter of Genesis, the story is told of Abraham’s son Ishmael. After going many years without fathering a child, God told Abram (Abraham) the day would come that Sarai (later Sarah) would bear him a son. Time passed and as Abram...
  • National Prayer Breakfast
    Who is a Christian? Who is not?
    Last week, President Obama was roundly criticized by conservative and, particularly, evangelical Christian leaders for suggesting the Christianity wasn’t always the most nonviolent religion in the world. How dare the President suggest that...