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Sharia Victory in Florida Threatens Human Rights

By JanSuzanne Krasner A controversy over the defeat of Florida legislation that would have restricted state courts from considering foreign laws as part of legal decisions has intensified.  This is after a Tampa judge ruled that two opposing Muslim parties have their dispute settled under Islamic sharia law “pursuant to the Quran” in spite of the … Continue reading

What the Koran REALLY says

THE QUR’AN SAYS THAT ALLAH GAVE THE LAND OF ISRAEL TO THE JEWS AND WILL RESTORE THEM TO IT AT THE END OF DAYS by Shaykh Prof. Abdul Hadi Palazzi THE QUR’AN SAYS: “To Moses We [Allah] gave nine clear signs. Ask the Israelites how he [Moses] first appeared amongst them. Pharoah said to him: … Continue reading

Muslim Antisemitism: What everyone needs to hear

Great read: :Muslim Antisemitism: What My Daughter’s Friend and Ambassador Gutman Need to Know by Richard Landes. One of my daughters recently wrote me about a friend who thought that “most of the Muslim antisemitism in Europe wasn’t based on their dislike of what is going on in Israel and not so much on religion.” … Continue reading

Iranian general urges Afghanistan to fight U.S.

Mullah’s are starting to really push their luck… (AP)  TEHRAN: A senior Iranian military commander urged Afghans on Saturday to use force to kick American troops out of their country, hinting that “new resistance groups” could launch attacks on U.S. interests in Afghanistan. Brigadier General Masoud Jazayeri, a senior figure in the powerful Revolutionary Guard … Continue reading

Deep in the heart… of Saudi Arabia

From the kings of conspiracy theories and all things Wabbism comes.. The veiled Zionist plot BY DR. SADAKA YAHYA FADHEL writing for The Saudi Gazette.. This should be good… Israel is planning to trigger a war in the region and has been encouraging the world to take action purportedly to stop Iran from developing nuclear … Continue reading

Iran’s pervasive n persistent assaults on human rights

While the world is understandably focused on the threat posed by Tehran’s nuclear weaponization program, we cannot abandon the Iranian people. While the world is understandably preoccupied with the slaughter of innocents in Syria– and when addressing Iran, is concerned primarily with its nuclear threat — Iran’s massive domestic repression has been passing quietly under the … Continue reading

Refuting Apologetics Over Islamic Taqiyya

Sam Shamoun of Answering Islam recently forwarded me an article titled “Tawriya: Islamic Doctrine of ‘Creative Lying’? Response to Raymond Ibrahim,” appearing on a website called Muslim Debate Initiative, and written by one Shadid (“Severe”) Lewis in response to my recent exposition on the doctrine of tawriya. Although this response—poorly written, poorly argued—would normally be ignored, I … Continue reading

The partition of Syria?

Since as far back as June 2011, some have speculated that the embattled Syrian regime is trying to cement control over a neat enclave along the country’s coastline, extending westwards from the outskirts of Aleppo to Homs to the sea. The area is the Alawite heartland, the sect to which the Assads belong and from … Continue reading

Iran cut off from global financial system

BRUSSELS (AP) — Iran was largely cut off from global commerce on Thursday, when the company that handles financial transactions said it was severing ties with many Iranian banks — part of an international effort to discourage Tehran from developing nuclear weapons. The action is meant to enforce European Unionsanctions, as global financial transactions are … Continue reading

Syria and Assad’s emails

Bashar al-Assad took advice from Iran on how to handle the uprising against his rule, according to a cache of what appear to be several thousand emails received and sent by the Syrian leader and his wife. The Syrian leader was also briefed in detail about the presence of western journalists in the Baba Amr … Continue reading

The terrorists in Gaza and what can be done to get rid of them

Twenty-five Palestinians — among them four civilians — were killed during the recent border crossfire between Israel and Gaza, which started Friday after Israeli pilots killed a Palestinian terrorchief. As expected when shots are fired, Western officials urged both sides to re-establish calm and warned of further escalation. But somehow Israel, which often feels unfairly … Continue reading

The case of Syria could prove different

(…) After the withdrawal of France from Syria in April 1946, the country saw numerous upheavals, with the eventual emergence on the scene of the Syrian version of the Ba’ath party, embodying a combination of pan-Arabism, socialism and unique Islamic influences. While Hafez Assadbrought a measure of stability to the country, he incurred the biting … Continue reading