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Maryland: Indonesia funds $3M purchase of church, conversion to mosque

Creeping Sharia 17 October 2014

For hundreds of Indonesian-American families and Maryland Muslims, "grand opening” couldn’t have more meaning than it did on Friday, September 26, 2014. After two decades, the

 

This Amazing Film Shows What Iraq Was Like In The 1950s

Business Insider 17 October 2014
By Pierre Bienaime and Armin Rosen

In April, 20th century film house British Pathé digitized more than 80,000 of its films and put them on YouTube. "Ageless Iraq” is one of them, shot in the ’50s to introduce

 

Britain: Muslim Rape Gangs Run Wild

FrontPage Mag 16 October 2014
By Robert Spencer

1,400 British non-Muslim children were gang-raped and brutalized by Muslims in the British city of Rotherham, in accord with the Qur’anic allowance for the sexual enslavement

 

British jihadis are depressed, lonely and need help, says Prof

Telegraph.co.uk 15 October 2014
By Sarah Knapton

Teenagers and young people who flee Britain to fight jihad are just depressed and lonely and should be allowed to return to the UK without being criminalised, a leading

 

Thousands of Yazidis sold as sex slaves, say Isil

Independent.ie 15 October 2014
By Richard Spencer

Islamic State jihadis have given detailed theological reasons justifying why they have taken thousands of women from the Iraqi Yazidi minority and sold them into sex

 

Remembering the Battle of Tours

FrontPage Magazine 11 October 2014
By Mark Tapson

The month of October marks the anniversary of an epic event that unfortunately is no longer widely known but which nonetheless shaped the future of the Western world, and which may still hold inspiration for the West today.

 

Ben Affleck: Portrait of Islam’s Clueless Apologetics

FrontPage Magazine 11 October 2014
By Raymond Ibrahim

The value of actor Ben Affleck’s recent outbursts in defense of Islam on HBO’s Real Time is that here, in one 10-minute segment, we have all the leftist/liberal bromides used

 

Conquering fear with hope: Secularism 2014

National Secular Society 11 October 2014
By Gita Sahgal

The issue of secularism is a controversial one in international human rights organisations. That, perhaps is why they do not always fully uphold universal values, the bedrock

 

Ancient Prophecies of Apocalypse Rally IS Jihadists

Breitbart 11 October 2014

An infidel horde flying 80 banners meets a Muslim army at the Syrian town of Dabiq in an apocalyptic battle. The Muslims are decimated but ultimately prevail, ushering in the end of days.

 

Does Dhimmitude in Denmark Describe Our Destiny?

American Thinker 11 October 2014
By Carol Brown

Denmark is a tiny country half the size of Maine. Why should we care about what happens there? Because it foreshadows our future. And without a major course correction, the

 

Erdogan’s Double Game

National Review Online 11 October 2014
By Charles Krauthammer

During the 1944 Warsaw uprising, Stalin ordered the advancing Red Army to stop at the outskirts of the city while the Nazis, for 63 days, annihilated the non-Communist Polish

 

15,000-plus for Fighting: The Return of the Foreign Fighters

War on the rocks 11 October 2014
By Michael Noonan

After years of being treated as a niche topic, the rise of the "Islamic State” in Syria and Iraq has moved the issue of foreign fighters from academic journals and wonky

 

Europe Is Concerned about Progression of Jihadism on Its Territory

Radio Cadena Agramonte 11 October 2014

Paris - The growing involvement of European citizens in jihadist groups is a reason for concern here, where authorities estimate that some 3,000 Europeans, mostly French

 

Memo to Liberals: Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood are ISIS

FrontPage Magazine 11 October 2014
By Daniel Greenfield

Another day, another smug liberal dismissal that there’s any connection between one violent Islamic terrorist group and another. This time in the Forward, a radical

 

The Case Against Qatar

AINA (press release) 11 October 2014
By Elizabeth Dickinson

ABU DHABI and DOHA -- Behind a glittering mall near Doha's city center sits the quiet restaurant where Hossam used to run his Syrian rebel brigade. At the battalion's peak in

 

How to Confront the Islamic State

Frontpage Mag 10 October 2014
By Geert Wilders

The Islamic State is an Islamic cancer. It is a poisonous snake based on the Quran and the life of Muhammad, a criminal who 14 centuries ago went, murdering and decapitating,

 

Who Does Turkey Support?

The Gatestone Institute 10 October 2014
By Burak Bekdil

In short, to finish off jihadists, Washington will now work with the man who until recently funded and reinforced these same jihadists, and is proud of his love affairs with

 

Isis' 15,000 foreign fighters may pose threat on return

stuff.co.nz 10 October 2014
By Carol J. Williams

As the migration of disaffected young men and women to join the fighting in Syria and Iraq intensifies, so do fears among security services worldwide that their radicalised

 

Sharia Law

Citizen Warrior 9 October 2014

The following is a chapter of Islam 101: Unlike many religions, Islam includes a mandatory and highly specific legal and political plan for society called Sharia, which translates approximately as "way" or "path."

 

Muslim Tradition of Incestuous Marriages Is Accepted by the West

Cherson and Molschky 9 October 2014
By Y.K. Cherson

Inbreeding. By definition it is the production of offspring from the mating or breeding of individuals or organisms that are closely related genetically, in contrast to

 
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