Category: U.S.

Dueling Ad Campaigns Leave Muslim Apostates in the Crossfire

| June 22, 2010 | 0 Comments
Dueling Ad Campaigns Leave Muslim Apostates in the Crossfire

Dueling Ad Campaigns On Islam Dangerously Drag Muslim Apostates into a Very Real Cross-Fire.   From Hudson-NY Upon Obama’s succession, the majority of the public believed that tensions between Muslim and non-Muslims were a thing of the past.  Since his election, Obama has already appointed a U.S. envoy to the Muslim world, pulled an unknown […]

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Muslim American Relations and How UCI Could Have Avoided a PR Disaster

| June 22, 2010 | 0 Comments
Muslim American Relations and How UCI Could Have Avoided a PR Disaster

WHAT MUSLIM AMERICAN RELATIONS MEANS…. ….and HOW UCI COULD HAVE AVOIDED A PR DISASTER A question that has been voiced from several areas is on “Muslim American Relations”. Unfortunately, many individuals and groups think this immediately points to a division within American society, that being Muslims on one side and Americans on the other. It can […]

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Why Building a Mosque on Ground Zero is a Failed Idea

| May 21, 2010 | 0 Comments
Why Building a Mosque on Ground Zero is a Failed Idea

A Mosque on Ground Will Devastate Muslim American Relations       NYC Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf touts that a mosque on Ground Zero will work to help ease relations between Muslim Americans and Americans.  In reality, this is possibly the single worst thing anyone can do. Instead, this is the perfect move to ensuring […]

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What South Park’s Depiction of “Muhammad” Really Says About Muslims

| April 23, 2010 | 0 Comments
What South Park’s Depiction of “Muhammad” Really Says About Muslims

South Park’s “Muhammad” Depiction Infuriates Muslim Groups   In yet another round of Muslims v. Free Speech, Muslims slam hit satirical comedy show, South Park, with lamented cries criticizing the show’s producers Trey Parker and Matt Stone for daring to depict the Prophet Muhammad. However, not completely insolent, Trey and Stone didn’t violate Islamic fundamentals […]

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Bridging the Gap: What Fort Hood Has in Common with the Buffalo Beheading

| January 27, 2010 | 1 Comment

Originally written for and first published with Islamist Watch   When Americans first heard of Islamic extremism, most didn’t consider homegrown terrorists. Even further removed from our imagination was any idea that a Pakistani man working to change Muslim stereotypes, or that a Palestinian-American Army psychiatrist, would make national news for their acts of extremism […]

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Fort Hood Shooting Draws New Parameters

| November 12, 2009 | 0 Comments
Fort Hood Shooting Draws New Parameters

Over the last week, Texas’ Fort Hood shooting by U.S. Army psychiatrist Major Nidal Malik Hasan drew the attention of a nation. The main question that’s arising is whether this was an act of terror. Was this an isolated incident or does the military face a risk of jihadist infiltration? Facing a potential backlash, a […]

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Questioning the Validity of CIA Interrogations

| November 11, 2009 | 0 Comments

More details have begun emerging of the Central Intelligence Agency’s method and mode as far as the interrogation of terror suspects since the 9/11 attacks. None of the facts emerging about interrogations or about the hasty and slipshod way in which the program was put together are complimentary towards the Bush Administration. Indeed, they simply […]

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USC Progressive Alliance Adds to Growing Radicalism in College Campuses

| November 4, 2009 | 1 Comment
USC Progressive Alliance Adds to Growing Radicalism in College Campuses

Universities, long esteemed institutions for the free exchange of ideas, seem to be on the endangered species list thanks to a growing number of radical Muslim student associations.  While thousands of students run the gauntlet to be accepted to some of Southern California’s top schools, the irony of it is that once there they seek […]

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“Caliphate or Republic”

| September 3, 2009 | 0 Comments

How the Exchange Between CAIR and ACT! For America Highlights the Importance of Free Speech and Conservative Values. On July 11, 2009, the San Diego Public Library hosted CAIR’s SD Director Edward Hopida’s presentation on Islam.  During the presentation, Mr. Hopida took a moment to list a number of authors whose work he felt should […]

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Grappling with Language: the Ongoing Struggle in Defining the War on Terror

| July 20, 2009 | 1 Comment
Grappling with Language: the Ongoing Struggle in Defining the War on Terror

Anaheim, CA – In April of 2009, a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department round table on terrorism featured a unique opportunity for Muslims to discuss terrorism.  The discussion drew attention to the perception gap on terrorism and the ways in which even a compact Muslim community differs in their understanding it. The event, presented by […]

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A Policy of Double Standards Mushrooms Among Muslim Media

| June 22, 2009 | 0 Comments

Since 9/11, the FBI has emphasized identifying domestic national security threats while at the same time fostering an open door policy with local Muslim communities. In March of 2009, the bureau discovered the door had been slammed shut. The Southern California Islamic community was in an uproar over findings that the FBI had placed ex-con […]

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Why Obama’s Speech Failed to Deliver

| May 22, 2009 | 0 Comments

President Obama’s recent national security and anti-terrorism policy speech was an opportunity for Obama to highlight his strengths, to display strong leadership, set out a clear road map for combating terrorism, and above all give us a concrete indication of his disposition on the war on terror. Instead, it was a defensive maneuver that stood […]

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Pro-Muslim Brotherhood Candidate Eyes Public Office

| May 13, 2009 | 0 Comments
Pro-Muslim Brotherhood Candidate Eyes Public Office

In an April 2004 speech at a Muslim American Society (MAS) conference in Overland Park, Kansas, Dr. Esam Omeish stated that either Islam will “become the dominant religion of the next century” or “we may be forcibly rejected from the West because of forces of intolerance, racism, and bigotry.” In 2006, the Muslim American Society […]

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Hawaiian Senate Declares “Islam Day”

| May 9, 2009 | 0 Comments

In an overwhelming 22-3 vote, Hawaii’s Senate moved to declare a state-wide “Islam Day”. The bill, previously passed by Hawaii’s House of Representatives, marks the 24th of Sept as day celebrating Islam’s “rich religious, scientific, cultural and artistic contributions.” The dissenting minority of two Republicans argued that other faiths did not have a celebration day, […]

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