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  • Al-Baghdadi has called for lone wolf attacks in non-Muslim countries.
    The Covenant of Security of Muslims in Non-Muslim Countries
    May 25, 2015In summer of 2014, the terrorist group known popularly as ISIS (the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) began calling itself the Islamic State as it carried out a fast and overwhelming conquering spree through western Iraq after already...
  • TV personality Geraldo Rivera
    Pamela Geller makes Geraldo Rivera feel dirty
    Of all of Pamela Geller’s critics in the media, Geraldo Rivera is the most fascinating. Mediaite reported on Friday that Rivera appeared on the Fox News morning show “Fox and Friends” and let Geller have it. He compared her to...
  • Liberal journalist Kirsten Powers slams President Obama
    Liberal journalist Kirsten Powers slams President Obama
    Kudos to Liberal journalist, Kirsten Powers, who today stood up to the Obama administration for not criticizing Christian persecution in the Middle East.In USA TODAY, Kirsten writes that… when a throng of Muslims threw a dozen Christians...
  • Terrorism Goes Completely Against what Islam Says
    What Does Islam Say about Terrorism
    April 16, 2015Bismillah ar-Rahman ir-Raheem. (In the name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful.) Ever since the terror attacks on September 11, 2001 left nearly 3000 civilians, mainly Americans, dead in a single day, there has been a lot of...
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    Anti-fascist Jeljaszewicz
    The Lipka Tatars are a group of Mongols who originally settled in Lithuania during the 14th century. They were Muslims or shamanistic pagans. Today there are about 10,000-15,000 Lipka Tatars living in the former areas of the Polish&ndash...
  • Syrian Kurds want peace!
    North/South divide bringing Middle East to brink of WWIII
    We had the Union army in the North and the Confederates in the South of the early United States. However, panning out a bit in time and space, you can see a running theme of economic tensions that separate North Korea from South Korea, North...
  • Flag wars continue in America
    Allah outrage: New York parents flip out over Pledge of Allegiance
    It is a generally held American principle that our cultural and ethnic pluralism is a sign of strength. But a school in upstate New York is finding out the hard way this week that not everyone agrees -- with local education officials being forced...
  • ISIS child
    'ISIS child' executes Israeli ‘spy’: 10-yr-old executioner shown in ISIS video
    A video of an “ISIS child” taking the life of a so-called Arab-Israeli spy is a disturbing reminder of the lengths the unrecognized Islamic caliphate will go to in order to further their fanatical ideals. The latest recorded execution,...
  •  ‘To always do the right thing’ should be a personal amendment embraced by all
    NYC adds Muslim Holy Days to calendar
    The United States Constitution with its 1st 10 Amendments known as The Bill of Rights, distinctively states that, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the...
  • ISIS attack on Rome can lead to invasion of Europe?
    ISIS attack on Rome could lead to invasion of Europe?
    After beheading 21 Christians in Libya, members of the Islamic State Iraq Syria (ISIS) warned they would attack Italy and fly their flag over the Vatican, according to an article in the Daily Beast. Leaders of the Islamic State have been...
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    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...
  • 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...
  • Craig Hicks
    Why Atheism Is Not to Blame for the Shooting in Chapel Hill
    About 5pm, Wednesday, February 11, 2015, Craig Hicks shot and killed three people that resided near him in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The victims happened to be Muslims. The shooter was an atheist. Many people are speculating that since the...
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    British Army Chief of the General Staff; more Muslims needed in Britain's Army
    Despite the top man in the British Army openly stating he is desirous of "the best possible talent" to join his nation's active duty army, he's also called for a greater recruitment effort of a certain demographic based on little...
  • Muslim protests
    Are we losing our religion
    Anyone who has read the words of our founding fathers could doubt that this America was founded on Judeo Christian principals. Our laws such as thou shall not kill, thou shall not steal and a myriad of others are based upon the ethics of a...
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