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Austere Religious Scholar or Muslim Master of Mayhem? Or Both?


The Washington Post has unwittingly demonstrated the truth that Islam is not a religion of peace, a message it has been loath to acknowledge.   Yesterday, it carried the obituary of self-styled ISIS Caliph Ibrahim, also known as Abu Bakr … Continue reading

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The Hornet’s Nest of Muhammad’s Islam


Turkey’s recent, illegal incursion into Syria has as its principal goal the extermination of Syrian Kurds as well as the potential annexation of Syrian land to serve as a Kurdish-free buffer zone for the indefinite future. In the process of … Continue reading

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CAIR San Diego Is Scared of Smart Streetlights


In December 2016 the San Diego City Council approved its Smart Streetlights Program. Originally envisioned as a way to save energy costs by switching from high energy bulbs to LED streetlights that can be programmed and managed individually from a … Continue reading

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Islam’s Inferiority Complex


Islam, since its very inception, has suffered from a serious inferiority complex. Muhammad as an aspiring prophet in his home city of Mecca labored for some twelve years to convince his fellow citizens that they should renounce polytheism and bow … Continue reading

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Ilhan Omar and the Revolving Doors of Marriage


U.S Rep. Ilhan Omar presents herself as a practicing Muslim — she wears a head-covering out of religious conviction, talks proudly of her Muslim heritage, speaks at fundraisers for the Muslim Brotherhood front group CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations) … Continue reading

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Ilhan Omar and the Door of No Return


Freshman Minnesota Congressional Representative Ilhan Omar, in an apparent bid to keep a Twitter feud alive with President Trump, tweeted a photo of herself posing with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi at the “Door of No Return” on the … Continue reading

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Islamomoria — Countering the Charge of “Islamophobia”


When words are weaponized and skillfully wielded in the moral battles of a society, they can change the debate landscape in short order — a few decades at most. Witness, for example, a word freshly minted in the early 1980s, … Continue reading

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