Archive for the 'Islam' Category

  1. Nakba Day Commemorates the Day the Arabs Failed to Vanquish and Exterminate the Jews of Palestine

    Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

    “Nakba Day commemorates the catastrophe (as the Palestinians have chosen to call it) when five Arab nations (Egypt, Trans Jordan, Syria, Saudi Arabia and Yemen) attacked outnumbered and outweaponed Israel on its first day of independence. Yet amazingly, and against all odds, the poorly armed Jewish Haganah emerged victorious.”

  2. Israel needs a Salvation Day
    to oppose Nakba Day

    Tuesday, July 12th, 2011

    “Unfortunately Nakba Day spurs the always present anti-Semitism in much of the non-Jewish world. It generates ardent sympathy for the Palestinian cause. For days before and for days after, the world media is immersed in the Palestinian narrative. From a PR point of view Nakba Day gives Israel a bloody running nose and two black eyes – year after year.”

  3. Hamas injustices inflicted
    on Palestinians

    Friday, August 13th, 2010

    “Palestinian refugees are treated like third class non-citizens. Even those born in Lebanon are not allowed to own property and are banned from many professions. Palestinians are not allowed to work as journalists or doctors or lawyers or any of 50 professions. And yet, those who sound as if they spend sleepless nights suffering for their Palestinian brethren remain curiously quiet about these terrible, inexcusable injustices.”

  4. Iran’s descent into barbarism

    Wednesday, August 11th, 2010

    “Why is there an Iranian embassy in the middle of London? Does its presence not silently condone this continuing barbarity against women? Where are the women’s groups to protest Western interactions with a country that can mutilate females in the most monstrous ways?”

  5. The Historical Roots and Contemporary Threat (of Islam)

    Monday, March 8th, 2010

     Adapted by author Tony Salazar  from Dr. Peter Hammond’s book:  Slavery, Terrorism and Islam. Islam is growing fast. France could fall first. A very succinct explanation of what Islam is: Islam is not a religion, nor is it a cult. In its fullest form, it is a complete, total, 100% system of life. Islam has religious, […]

  6. “Cruel and Usual Punishment” by Nonie Darwish Reviewed by Bill Muehlenberg

    Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

    Nonie Darwish knows a fair amount about Islam. She was an Egyptian Muslim for the first 30 years of her life. Then she fled to America and she is now a Christian. In this book she continues her important story, but she does so by highlighting two crucial themes: what sharia law means, and how women are treated in Islam.