This is the introduction and first two chapter's of Bill Warner's book, Sharia Law for the Non-Muslim and is recommended reading for all Americans as Sharia is spreading rapidly throughout our country.
EuropeNews 8 November 2010
By Henrik R Clausen
In order to determine if 'Taqiyaa' is an integral part of Islam, the best place to look it up is probably the classical book of Islamic law named "Reliance of the Traveller", authored by Ahmad ibn Naqib al-Misri (1302–1367 AD). This is part of Sunni Islam, specifically the Shafi'i school, and the 1991 English translation carries the seal of approval from the Al-Azhar university in Cairo. In this comprehensive manual, pages 744-746 describe the circumstances in which lying is permitted.
EuropeNews 30 October 2010
By Henrik R Clausen
The Arab Lobby by Mitchell Bard is a detailed account of the organisations, fronts and persons that make up an Arab lobby in the United States of America. While the Israel lobby (primarily AIPAC) is well known and often mentioned, at times even inspiration for conspiracy theories, the Arab lobby is less well defined, has very limited public support, yet has significant influence on US policies and the educational system. ”The Arab Lobby” is an ambitious effort to set the record straight.
Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Robert R. Reilly, a senior fellow at the American Foreign Policy Council who has written for the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, Reader’s Digest, and National
Nothing is more essential to Islam’s credibility than Muhammad’s version of Abraham. Islam must prove that he was a Muslim, that his God was Allah, and that he worshiped in Mecca. Recognizing this, Muhammad tried desperately to make the case.
EuropeNews 19 September 2010
By Henrik R. Clausen
Book essay: The Closing of the Muslim Mind, by Robert R. Reilly.
One of the more interesting memes regarding Islam is that of a so-called "Golden Age", a historical period when the Islamic world was affluent, progressive and a great place to live. As a historical, physical fact, that meme has been proven false. However, in the secluded area of philosophy, things are somewhat different. As the introduction states:
Center for Security Policy 15 September 2010
Complete report can be downloaded as PDF here.
Team B II, a group of highly accomplished civilian and military national security professionals, is releasing a major new national security assessment examining the threat posed by Shariah to America. The 177-page report, Shariah: The Threat to America, will be released at a Capitol Hill press conference on Wednesday, September 15
Gates of Vienna 9 September 2010
It is true, as some observers point out, that many people make stupid choices and more or less freely vote for parties that insult them and take away their freedom and dignity. This is a very real problem and exposes some of the flaws of mass democracy. I don’t question that. The issue is whether there is also something else at work in the modern West in addition to this, and my answer to that is “yes”.
Facebook 2 September 2010
By Dr. Thomas Ahmed
Vlad Tepes Blog 29 August 2010
By Vlad Tepes
Frankly, to properly answer all the misinformation, disinformation and outright lies of the BBC propaganda video about the crusades and middle ages, I would need a month at least and the result would be absurd as I would have to stop the video every 90 frames and cut in with what is wrong. So I had to content myself with addressing some of the worst outright lies of this video and one major 'oversight'.
The Lord Byron Foundation for Balkan Studies 23 August 2010
A review of The Krajina Chronicle by Srdja Trifkovic. Written by Ambassador James Bissett, Chairman of The Lord Byron Foundation, it was published in the September 2010 issue of Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture.
Srdja Trifkovic is no stranger to Chronicles readers, many of whom have found his articles commenting on foreign affairs, with particular attention to the Balkans, to be insightful, penetrating, and written with authority. His latest book, The Krajina Chronicle, provides further confirmation of his extraordinary talent.
You may be wondering why Muhammad based his new religion on old Bible stories, and why he found it necessary to alter them. Muslim scholars insist that the characters and events, at least up to the point of departure, are similar because Yahweh and Allah are the same god. Unfortunately, that makes less sense than the sun falling out of a chariot and angelic wings blotting out the moon.
Book essay: Son of Hamas 16 July 2010
By Henrik R Clausen
Authored by Mosab Hassan Yousef, "Son of Hamas" is a riveting book. It is an autobiographical account of his upbringing in the Palestinian territories, where his father co-founded the Hamas movement, only to see living conditions deterioate from bad to worse, as violence, terrorism and security measures strangled what used to be a reasonably functional society.
Robert R. Reilly's The Closing of the Muslim Mind: How Intellectual Suicide Created the Modern Islamist (ISI Books, May 2010) will, I am sure, fascinate other readers as it did me. I could hardly put it down until I'd read it twice.
An overview might be helpful before we begin. Islam started when Muhammad, a seventh century Arab, purported to be the Messenger of God. That much we know for sure. The Qur'an, he claimed, was a series of revelations he received directly from a nameless Lord.