Category: U.S.

Just How Viable is Rudy Giuliani’s “Tag Em Track Em” Proposal on Radical Islam?

Just How Viable is Rudy Giuliani’s “Tag Em Track Em” Proposal on Radical Islam?

| August 22, 2016 | 3 Comments

In the aftermath of one of Islamism’s bloodiest summers, Western countries are stepping up efforts to filter for potential threats. Germany has held raids targeting Islamist preachers suspected of recruiting ISIS supporters. Belgium launched a police hunt for an imam’s son who walked down the street loudly praying to Allah for the annihilation of all Christians. […]

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Qatar-based AJ+ Campaigns to Deny “Radicalization” Exists

Qatar-based AJ+ Campaigns to Deny “Radicalization” Exists

| June 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

Source: CounterJihad On September 20, 2001, George W. Bush declared a “Global War on Terror.” It had been just nine days after the attack on the Twin Towers and the Pentagon, and the world was still unsure what this war would look like. Americans anticipated direct military strikes in a contained assault. It’s been a decade […]

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Muslim Heroism Means Reforming A Decrepit Faith

Muslim Heroism Means Reforming A Decrepit Faith

| June 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

Source: The Federalist Yesterday, at the Islamic Society of Baltimore, the audience for President Obama’s speech reflected an Islamist’s vision of today’s Muslim-American community. That setting, promoted by the media and the White House, was meant to teach the American people—and, certainly, the growing number of Muslims in America—what an authentic Muslim looks like. It […]

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The Soft Bigotry Of Jimmy Kimmel’s Low Muslim Expectations

The Soft Bigotry Of Jimmy Kimmel’s Low Muslim Expectations

| June 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

Source: The Federalist Between laughs and fluffy, getting-to-know-you questions this past Wednesday, late-night host Jimmy Kimmel challenged presidential candidate Ted Cruz on his articulated policy of “patrolling” Muslim neighborhoods in response to the recent terror attacks in Brussels. During the talk, Kimmel pushed back against the candidate, arguing: Don’t you feel that human nature is […]

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What World War II Can Teach Us About Radical Islam

What World War II Can Teach Us About Radical Islam

| June 30, 2016 | 1 Comment

  Source: The Federalist On March 18, international counterterror authorities celebrated the capture of Salah Abdeslam, the ISIS-linked Belgium national heavily responsible for last year’s Islamic terror attacks in Paris. Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel awoke Tuesday morning to find ISIS had rocked Brussels again. Two explosions at the Brussels airport and a third at the city’s train station […]

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Senator Ted Cruz Gets in Ring to Take on Radical Islam in “Willful Blindness” Hearing

Senator Ted Cruz Gets in Ring to Take on Radical Islam in “Willful Blindness” Hearing

| June 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

On Tuesday, June 28, Senator Ted Cruz lead a critical Congressional hearing on the willful blindness of the Obama administration on the prohibition of language in the fight against radical Islam. The Obama administration is a long time aggressor in obstructing the use of key language, engaging in an ongoing Orwellian purge of identifiers that link the acts of radical groups […]

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The Case for Trump

The Case for Trump

| May 11, 2016 | 9 Comments

Muslim Reformer Shireen Qudosi on why we must simply walk into Mordor and support Donald Trump. The Friday before the Indiana primaries, I was approached by the Trump campaign’s Foreign Policy Advisor, Walid Phares, to see if I’d be interested in joining them as a Muslim reformer. I had to ask myself whether this was […]

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Maher vs. Aslan: The Real Issue is Language

Maher vs. Aslan: The Real Issue is Language

| October 2, 2014 | 1 Comment

Muslims have been hailing “touchdown!” ever since Reza Aslan went on air calling Bill Maher’s arguments “facile” and a pair of CNN Tonight hosts as “stupid.” Maher was grilled for his blanket statement on Muslim nations, throwing out that, “People were not giving enough attention to Islamic violence and oppression.” CNN Tonight hosts Alisyn Camerota […]

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Little Arabia Thrives in Anaheim, Garden Grove

Little Arabia Thrives in Anaheim, Garden Grove

| June 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Art Marroquin Source: Orange County Register/Community   Bold, curving letters emblazon the leather-bound books lining the long shelves at Jarir Bookstore in Little Arabia. The shop’s owner, Jarir Saadoun, greets customers looking for the latest Middle Eastern cookbook, historical texts, children’s tales, or novels by best-selling Algerian author Ahlam Mostaghami. Saadoun, an Orange County […]

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American Leadership Ten Years After 9/11

American Leadership Ten Years After 9/11

| September 10, 2011 | 2 Comments

Liberals may joke about people who live in the sticks – the truck driving, plaid wearing variety. The type that sit on their front porch chewing a blade of grass with a shotgun resting on their lap. They may be labeled as uncultured but they definitely cannot be labeled stupid. If you trespass with intent […]

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9-11 Ten Years Later: Where Liberal Media and Muslim Narratives Fail

9-11 Ten Years Later: Where Liberal Media and Muslim Narratives Fail

| September 10, 2011 | 0 Comments

When watching G.I. Joe as a kid, I knew Cobra Commander was an inherent baddie. Of course, I was about 20 years too late for the propaganda to have any effect on me; the Cold War was long over. G.I. Joe would never survive today. And for that I feel a little at loss knowing […]

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Response to National Review’s Feature Article “Uncharitable: Zakat is Not About Charity, but Jihad”

| April 23, 2011 | 16 Comments

Response to National Review’s Feature Article “Uncharitable: Zakat is Not About Charity, but Jihad”   Dear National Review Editors, Your publication of Andrew C. McCarthy’s piece, “Uncharitable: Zakat is Not About Charity, but Jihad”, featured April 23, 2011, is a complete disappointment to your standing as a leading conservative publication, as well as to journalism […]

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Hate Comes to Orange County

Hate Comes to Orange County

| March 4, 2011 | 3 Comments

Anti-Muslim Protest in Yorba Linda Signals Growing Close-to-Home Hatred of Muslims ICNA Relief hosted a February 13, 2011 charity fundraising dinner in Yorba Linda, CA. ICNA (The Islamic Circle of North America) aimed to help raise money for women’s shelters and help relieve homelessness and hunger in the United States. The event was disrupted by […]

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Raheel Raza on “The Clash of Civilizations”

Raheel Raza on “The Clash of Civilizations”

| January 12, 2011 | 2 Comments

A recent evening with Raheel Raza, hosted by the Kehilla Academy in Los Angeles, opened the doors to a wonderful lecture on “The Clash of Civilizations” and lead to an interesting post lecture discussion with audience members. The “Clash of Civilizations” is a term made popular by the fateful events of September 11. And while […]

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