As tensions ramp up (anew) between the United States and Iran following President Trump’s decision to take out Tehran’s terrorist mastermind, Al-Quds Force leader Gen. Qassem Soleimani, it’s worth remembering all of the things President Obama did to empower that … Continue reading Sleeper Cell President? Obama Granted Citizenship to 2,500 Iranians as Part of Securing Nuclear Deal
Russian police are focusing on an Islamic suspect filmed by surveillance cameras inside a St. Petersburg subway station right before the bombing which killed at least 12. The suspect, who had a beard and wore a Muslim cap, left his briefcase on the subway car and then quietly left the station, according to Russian media. https://ren.tv/player/180858?autoplay=true The police, however, did not exclude the possibility the man was a decoy meant to mislead the investigation. Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin said all possible causes for the explosion are being investigated, including terrorism. “The causes of this event have not been determined yet, … Continue reading RUSSIAN POLICE FOCUS ON ISLAMIC SUSPECT IN ST. PETERSBURG ATTACK
The Express is reporting that ISIS (you know, the western-backed rebels that have come to be called ISIS), is planning an attack on Trump’s inauguration. Apparently they’re referring to it as “Bloody Friday”: ISLAMIC STATE is planning a ‘Bloody Friday’ assault on … Continue reading “BLOODY FRIDAY” FEARPORN: NOW ISIS CLAIMS IT WILL ATTACK TRUMP’S INAUGURATION
Yes, we should be concerned about how Islam is being exported in a wholesale fashion to the modern nations of the world. Muslims have before have settled in European countries before and with disastrous results. As the world fixates on … Continue reading Sharia Law Is Replacing the U.S. Constitution
Authorities are declining to link the shootings in Chattanooga, Tenn., that killed four Marines on Thursday to the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) Authorities are declining to link the shootings in Chattanooga, Tenn., that killed four Marines on … Continue reading FBI: No sign of ISIS link in Marine killings
The father of one of the Egyptian Coptic men killed in Libya by the Islamic State (Asmaa Waguih/Reuters) The Islamic State reportedly burned 45 people to death and has been harvesting their organs to finance their mission, according to news … Continue reading Barbaric ISIS Burns 45 Alive, Harvesting Organs, Reports Say
Most of the compounds are near strategic locations within the U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder was in Paris for a terrorism summit with French President Hollande, but darted out just before World leaders historically convened to pay their respects to the fallen Charlie Hebdo cartoonists. Holder then went on a media blitz claiming that there is no credible threat to Americans. It makes the average American wonder what the Obama Administration is hiding when anyone can go online and discover the clear and present danger of decades-old State Department documents revealing what has been lurking within at least 22 states. … Continue reading Report: Obama’s Terror Cells In The U.S.
The EU court’s decision represents a “severe blow to the Palestinian Authority and Egypt,” according to Palestinian political analyst Raed Abu Dayer. Any victory for Hamas, albeit a small and symbolic one, is a victory for the Islamic State, Al-Qaeda, Islamic Jihad, the Muslim Brotherhood and other fundamentalist groups, and causes tremendous damage to those Muslims who are opposed to radical Islam. Hours before the EU court’s decision was made public, Hamas leader Mahmoud Zahar announced that his movement would never recognize Israel, and that Hamas seeks to overthrow the Palestinian Authority and seize control of the West Bank. The … Continue reading EU Gives Hamas Green Light to Attack Israel
The oppressors change, oppression does not. The U.S. and EU expressed concern about media freedom and the independence of the judiciary in Turkey. Turkey changes, and it does not. The oppressors change; oppression does not. Every Turkish courtroom sports in big, bold letters the proud dictum: “Justice is the foundation of the state.” Perhaps that explains why the Turkish state looks like a makeshift building without a proper foundation. In Turkey, the ruling ideology has changed from one belief to another. The bête noire for the state also changed — in line with what the dominant ideology has crowned, or … Continue reading “Justice” in Turkey
Muslim and Arab hostility toward Israel and Jews was downplayed and ignored while Jewish wrongdoing was highlighted. Palestinian violence was depicted as an attempt to achieve sovereignty, and not as an attempt to deny the Jews their right to sovereignty. Palestinians’ actions were explained; Israelis’ actions were condemned. When presented with evidence of James M. Wall’s factual errors, the publication declined to correct them. Eventually some people in mainline churches started to realize that these overtures were causing more damage to mainline Protestantism than they were to Israel. The crimes of The Christian Century continue unabated. Yahoo, the well-known search … Continue reading The Stubborn Antisemitism of Yahoo and The Christian Century
Legal society withdraws advisory on implementation of Islamic standards The association that serves United Kingdom solicitors worldwide has reversed course on its accommodation of Islamic law, or Shariah, withdrawing an advisory that effectively implemented Muslim inheritance restrictions in the British legal system. The short announcement simply said Britain’s Law Society “has withdrawn” the advisory on Islamic inheritance requirements after receiving “feedback.” Andrew Caplen, the president, said: “Our practice note was intended to support members to better serve their clients as far as is allowed by the law of England and Wales. We reviewed the note in the light of criticism. … Continue reading Expansion of Shariah into West hits roadblock
Renews hope for Bachmann bill to outlaw movement and its spinoffs Bans on the radical Muslim Brotherhood abroad combined with a historically large GOP majority in Washington could provide the impetus to pass the Muslim Brotherhood Terrorist Designation Act introduced earlier this year by Rep. Michelle Bachmann, R-Minn., congressional sources say. The bill, which would effectively outlaw the radical Muslim Brotherhood in America, has attracted 19 Republican co-sponsors but has languished since being introduced in the House in July by Bachmann, a member of the House Intelligence Committee. Since then, however, the Republicans have gained the largest majority in the … Continue reading Arab ban on Muslim Brotherhood death knell for CAIR?
During the Spanish Civil War, tens of thousands of foreign nationals from across the Western world flooded into the country. They formed dozens of “international brigades“, and fought against Francisco Franco and his German and Italian allies. Throughout history, the reasons for volunteering for such a cause have often been misguided. During the Spanish Civil War for instance, most of those volunteers were fighting for the Communists, just so they could fight the Fascists. Not much of an improvement if you ask me. Since then, there hasn’t been a conflict that has inspired so many young westerners to leave the comfort … Continue reading Members of Dutch Biker Gang Are Fighting ISIS in Iraq
Governor says ‘exploring’ possibility of joining U.N. relocation program Gov. Matt Mead has requested information on the U.N. program that assigns refugees displaced by war and ethnic conflicts to various host countries. The U.S. accepts more foreign refugees than all the rest of the world’s countries combined, a State Department official told WND, and many of them come from worn-torn Middle Eastern countries like Iraq and Somalia. WND reported last month that a new wave of Muslim refugees will be coming to American cities soon from Syria, up to 75,000 of them over the next five years. The fact that … Continue reading Is only U.S. state not importing refugees getting ready to cave?
Starting next week, a series of six anti-jihad ads are set to appear on about 100 buses and two subway entrances in New York City, The Blaze reported Saturday. One ad shows beheaded American journalist James Foley next to the man who killed him and reads, “It’s not Islamophobia, it’s Islamorealism.” Another ad says that “Christians are becoming extinct everywhere in the Middle East except Israel” and demands an end to U.S. aid going to Muslim countries. One ad that was previously used shows Adolf Hitler with the Mufti of Jerusalem and says that hatred of Jews is in the … Continue reading Anti-jihad ads coming to N.Y. buses: ‘It’s not Islamophobia, it’s Islamorealism’
Former top government officials who have been warning Washington about the vulnerability of the nation’s largely unprotected electric grid are raising new fears that troops from the jihadist Islamic State are poised to attack the system, leading to a power crisis that could kill millions. “Inadequate grid security, a porous U.S.-Mexico border, and fragile transmission systems make the electric grid a target for ISIS,” said Peter Pry, one of the nation’s leading experts on the grid. Others joining Pry at a press conference later Wednesday to draw attention to the potential threat said that if just a handful of the … Continue reading New ISIS Threat: America’s Electric Grid; Blackout Could Kill 9 Of 10
Iraqi born pastor Jalil Dawood of the Arabic Church of Dallas, who, along with other Christian leaders will be holding a rally on Sept. 14 in support of Iraqis who are being persecuted by the Islamic State, says there are five things Americans can do today to help their brothers and sisters in Christ. “What Americans can do today is write to their representatives and tell them the U.S. government needs to take more aggressive action toward the Islamic State, because this group is not only a threat to Iraq, it’s a threat to America, eventually. And we need to deal … Continue reading 5 Things Americans Can Do to Help Persecuted Christians in Iraq
Pope Francis has reached out to an Iraqi priest helping refugees who are fleeing terror group ISIS and are said to be in a “miserable” situation, telling the priest that he is always with him in prayer. “‘I read your letter,’ said the Pope. He said he was very sorry for everything that was happening to us and he said, ‘Know that I am with you in prayer always. I never forget you,’” Fr. Behnam Benoka told CNA on Sunday, recalling the pontiff’s phone call. Benoka had written to the pope to tell him of the dire situation thousands of refugees, … Continue reading Pope Francis to Iraqi Priest Who Reported People Are ‘Miserable’: ‘I Am With You Always’
The federal government on Wednesday sued the small north-metro city of St. Anthony, contending that its City Council violated federal law in 2012 by rejecting a proposed Islamic center. The lawsuit sprang from a controversy that echoes those that have flared in many U.S. cities when Muslims have sought to establish worship centers. “An injustice has been done,” U.S. Attorney Andrew Luger said at a news conference in Minneapolis. “I will not stand by while any religious group is subject to unconstitutional treatment that violates federal civil rights laws.” The lawsuit alleges that the council’s decision to deny the Abu … Continue reading Feds sue city of St. Anthony over rejection of Islamic center
Nigerian terrorist group Boko Haram has declared an “Islamic Caliphate” in the predominantly Christian town of Gwoza, which it seized earlier in August and slaughtered over 100 civilians. “Thanks be to Allah who gave victory to our brethren in (the town of) Gwoza and made it part of the Islamic caliphate,” Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau says in a 52-minute video obtained by AFP on Sunday, which also apparently shows the execution of civilians. The Nigerian military has rejected the claim, stating that the “sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Nigerian state is still intact.” The Islamic extremist group has waged … Continue reading Boko Haram Declares ‘Islamic Caliphate’ in Captured Christian Town in Nigeria