Jerusalem Divided: Palestine to Receive Stake in Jerusalem

Jerusalem Divided: Palestine to Receive Stake in Jerusalem

| December 10, 2009 | 0 Comments

EU’s Call for a Two-State Capital Fails Logic Originally written for and featured in REVOLUTION Islam · December 10, 2009 As if Jerusalem were stock that could be divided among shareholders –  butapparently that’s what EU ministers must think of one of the holiest cities to the three largest monotheistic faiths. In an effort to […]

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America’s Last War: The Effect of Diversity on America’s History

America’s Last War: The Effect of Diversity on America’s History

| December 9, 2009 | 0 Comments

submitted by Rabbi Shifren Here is a Pearl Harbor story you WON’T hear: I am a teacher, as some of you might know, for 22 years now in the L.A.United School District. It was one particular Dec. 7, several years ago, that I received the biggest wake up call of my life, changing forever my […]

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A Global Inheritance: Who “Owns” Space?

A Global Inheritance: Who “Owns” Space?

| December 4, 2009 | 0 Comments

A War and Peace article entitled “Who Owns Space?” writer Kevin Sanders takes on the question of which nation/group has authority over space. Taking on Alex Lightman, Sanders cites against the Kennedy School of Government graduate by arguing the case against the U.S. Though his specific arguments were flawed at times, citing acts committed by […]

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Can 30,000 More Troops “Fix” Afghanistan?

Can 30,000 More Troops “Fix” Afghanistan?

| December 3, 2009 | 0 Comments

As Obama shows he doesn’t have greater problem solving ingenuity than his predecessor, the chant of “Hope and Change” is now recognized for the gimmicky election relic that it is.  Post 9-11, not only did the U.S. Government fail to attack the root of the problem, they failed to target the right country. 9-11 was […]

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Khuda Ke Liye

Khuda Ke Liye

| December 2, 2009 | 0 Comments

Rated: 4.5/5 Stars Literally translating to “For God’s Sake” or “For God”, Khuda Ke Liye is a critically acclaimed film that tells of the path three different characters follow. It was in written and directed by Shoaib Mansoor, a Pakistani talent who debuted as a director when Khuda Ke Liye was released in Pakistan.  You […]

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East is East

| November 30, 2009 | 0 Comments

Rated: 4/5 Stars Part comedy, part drama, East is East is the story of a Pakistani-British household in 1960s England. George Khan (Om Puri) is a first generation Pakistani immigrant married to a British woman named Ella (Linda Basset).  The complexity kicks in around the antics of their part Paki- part Brit children who walk […]

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Five Fingers

Five Fingers

| November 30, 2009 | 0 Comments

Rated: 3/5 Stars Five Fingers, directed by Laurance Malkin, sends a powerful message about the debated use of torture by CIA agents.  The film stars Ryan Phillippe who plays Martijn, a Dutch citizen who’s kidnapped alongside is guide while visiting Morocco to set up his charity, a Food Program. He comes to meet his captor […]

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Islam’s Green Initiative

Islam’s Green Initiative

| November 13, 2009 | 0 Comments

Muslim Seven Year Plan Shows Potential for Flexibility and Cooperation within Islam Written for Green Prophet On November 4, 2009, UK-based the Alliance of Religions and Conservation (ARC), in working with the U.N., hosted 200 representatives from nine major world religions spanning over 60 different religious organizations. Baha’i, Buddhists, Christians, Hindus, Jews, Muslims, Shintoists, Taoists […]

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Fort Hood Shooting Draws New Parameters

Fort Hood Shooting Draws New Parameters

| November 12, 2009 | 0 Comments

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

USC Progressive Alliance Adds to Growing Radicalism in College Campuses

| November 4, 2009 | 1 Comment

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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Sufi Muslims: Islam’s Eco Guardians

Sufi Muslims: Islam’s Eco Guardians

| October 29, 2009 | 0 Comments

Originally Featured on the  Green Prophet Sufism is the undiscovered sect within Islam known only through its most famous disciple, the 13thRumi whose work reflected strong themes pairing nature and spirituality. century philosopher poet Sufis, “heirs of a mystical ancient tradition”, helped propagate the faith to the height of its expansion in Islam’s coined “Golden […]

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The Day After: Why September 12 Matters

| September 12, 2009 | 0 Comments

Every year, as we remember the tragedy and loss of the 9/11 attacks, we see more and more people who seek to push this grim chapter in America’s history from our minds. They seek to focus our attention on anything else other than the vicious act of war that brutalized our nation, and that has […]

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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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