The Center for Security Policy, a non-profit, non-partisan national security organization headed by frequent Blaze guest Frank Gaffney hosted its annual Mightier Pen Award ceremony in Manhattan yesterday, pulling together a diverse crowd of Cold Warriors, Counterjihadists and assorted conservatives from Communist historian M. Stanton Evans to Pentagon expert on Islamic law Stephen Coughlin to commentator David Webb.
The Muslim Issue 25 November 2013
By M. A. Khan
One of the most controversial aspects of Islam is its doctrine of slavery. It incites controversy because slavery in the modern world is clearly considered a contemptible practise. In Islamic doctrine however, it isn’t.