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A Former Radical Muslim Reveals Three Startling Truths

In a video interview aired August 12th of this year, Hicham Nostik, a Moroccan man living in Germany, shared his journey from radical Islam to newfound freedom. Already radicalized as a young man in Morocco, he moved in the early … Continue reading

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Befriending Muslims Can Be a Joy!

Recently, on a trip to D.C., I met two Iraqi brothers, Ahmed and Ali, who serve as hotel shuttle drivers, driving me between the airport and hotel. I was the lone passenger on the trip from the airport, so had … Continue reading

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Iran Wants to “Kill the Friends of Satan”

For those still clinging to the pipedream that Islam is a religion of peace, consider this: The Islamic Republic of Iran just last night launched six ballistic missiles against a target in southwest Syria which, they say, contains rebels they … Continue reading

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The Hatfields and McCoys of Islam

Do you remember the furor caused this last Easter when the State of New York shut down all but the most basic worship services at St. Paul’s Cathedral in downtown NYC from Good Friday through Easter Sunday? The cathedral was … Continue reading

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What an Arabian Oasis Can Teach Us about 9/11

An anti-Semitic Arabic chant favored by Muslim mobs goes like this: Khaybar, Khaybar, ya Yahud, jaysh Muhammad sawf ya’ud! Translated literally into English, it says: “Khaybar, Khaybar, O Jews, the army of Muhammad will return.” But in keeping with the … Continue reading

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Elon Musk Tilting at the Wrong Windmill

In June and July of this year, when a youth soccer team was trapped in flooding caves in Thailand, billionaire Elon Musk offered to help by using his tech firms to create a special mini-sub capable of maneuvering through the … Continue reading

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A Saudi Snake in the Grass, or Its Savior?

Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman (MbS) is the young (turning 33 in two days), favorite son of King Salman. The king, now 82, is rumored to have been in the grip of dementia for at least three years, making … Continue reading

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