Jihad Watch 16 June 2014
By Robert Spencer
Here is a fascinating glimpse of what life was like for Jews and Christians under Ottoman rule in 1838, before the abolition of the dhimmi laws that ensured that they would “pay the jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued” (Qur’an 9:29).
Major Stephen Coughlin takes a look at the exchange of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl for five terrorists, focusing on the tenets of classical Islamic law:
GhanaWeb 19 May 2014
Apostasy case: Former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey calls on British Muslim leaders to back the right to convert from Isla
Frontpage Mag 29 April 2014
By Jamie Glazov
Gatestone Institute 24 April 2014
By Douglas Murray
One year after the bombs went off at the Boston marathon, Brandeis authorities were so intent on avoiding the issues those bombs had raised, that they would rather point the finger at a critic of the radical ideology than do anything to criticize the ideology.
Raymond Ibrahim, a Shillman Fellow at the Center, was recently interviewed on New Zealand’s Shine TV, a Christian station. The ten-minute interview with host Allen Lee focuses on a wide range of topics, including Arab dictators versus Islamists and the phenomenon, historic and modern, of Christian persecution.
Family Security Matters 16 April 2014
By Raymond Ibrahim
Who is ultimately responsible for the ongoing attacks on Christians and their churches throughout the Islamic world? Focusing on one of the most obvious nations where Christians are regularly targeted-Egypt's Coptic Christians-one finds that the "mob" is the most visible and obvious culprit.