As previously detailed, the conflict in Libya began as a series of passive, non-violent public demonstrations, most notably in the northeastern city of Benghazi. These protests were met with an extraordinarily malevolent and violent backlash, through a series of persistent … Continue reading
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So here we are pouring shiploads of cash into yet another war, this time in Libya, while simultaneously demolishing school budgets, closing libraries, laying off teachers and police officers, and generally letting the bottom fall out of the quality of … Continue reading
Download the study here: Anti-Terror Lessons of Muslim-Americans Schanzer and Moosa of Duke University and Kurzman of the University of North Carolina have garnered a fair amount of media attention for their study despite its complete methodological failure. Anti-Terror Lessons … Continue reading
VIDEO HERE: Yasir Qadhi takes on the jihadist Anwar al-Alaki.
In response to the bogus charges alleged against Raymond A Davis, who was freed from Pakistani custody today after a judge accepted the payment arrangements bestowed upon the families of the “victims”, Carmella Conroy, American Consul General for Lahore, had … Continue reading
RE-BLOGGED FROM: American Who Worked for C.I.A. Freed in Pakistan By CARLOTTA GALL LAHORE, Pakistan — An American working as a contractor for the C.I.A. who had been jailed for the killing of two Pakistanis on a crowded Lahore … Continue reading
by Raymond Ibrahim “You can sit here and talk about jihad from here to doomsday, what will it do? Suppose you prove beyond any shadow of doubt that Islam is constitutionally violent, where do you go from there?” Such was … Continue reading