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The Lethality of De-Judaizing Jerusalem

And stupidity.. As an example of what the insightful commentator Melanie Phillips referred to as a “dialogue of the demented” in her book The World Turned Upside Down, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is continuing a long tradition of attempting to de-Judaize Jerusalem by expressing his mendacious notion that, as he put it, “Jerusalem has a … Continue reading

The Hate-Wave All Over the Islamicized West

Dr. Inna Rogatchi The wave of anti-Israel and anti-Semitic hatred has sprung all over Europe readily seizing the pretext of the completely justified Israeli military operation in Gaza. Mass demonstrations in London and the other cities of the United Kingdom, violent riots in Paris, ‘Kristallnacht’-style attacks on synagogues in France, Ireland and Poland, public hate … Continue reading

Turkey: Execution dungeons and torture chambers discovered in excavations

Restoration of the Bursa city walls has been ongoing since the Bursa Municipality implemented a project to reveal the centuries old infrastructure. (Photo courtesy: Shutterstock Following thorough excavations in the Turkish northwestern province of Bursa, archeologists have come across 2,300-year-old dungeons used for execution and torturing purposes during the Bithynia kingdom era. The execution methods … Continue reading

Christian Arabs: Historical myth

My intention – for once – is not get anyone’s ideological back up. I just want to talk about history, and it’s relationship to a new phenomenon among the so-called “Christian Arabs”, specifically those Arabs that are called “Palestinian”. I’m sorry to cloud the issue with the facts, but here’s the fact: you can’t be … Continue reading

The truth about Robert Spencer

Rebuttals to false charges The charge: Both the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League have labeled the group that Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller founded as an anti-Muslim hate group. The facts: Robert Spencer is no more “anti-Muslim” than foes of the Nazis were “anti-German.” It has become common, because of the efforts … Continue reading

Islamic Throwbacks are Erasing Civilization

By Giulio Meotti Back to the days of the Mongols. Burn, pillage, destroy. “Dozens of churches were burned and destroyed in the largest attack on Coptic houses of worship since 1321″, reports the Wall Street Journal about the latest persecution of Christians in Egypt. A symbol of Egypt’s national culture, the ancient churches of Minya, … Continue reading

#Islam: Religion of Bigots

From   Barack Obama has said repeatedly that Islam is “a religion of peace.”  His administration has accused those who do not agree with this proposition — or who dare mention Islamic violence against women and homicidal oppression of homosexuals — of “Islamophobia.” These are fictions and the President has done the country a … Continue reading

The Triumph of Illusion in the Middle East

By Shoshana Bryen   The Palestine Liberation Organization was created in 1964. Like most revolutionary movements, it wrote a Charter to define its aims and fundamental policies, including: Article 17: The partitioning of Palestine, which took place in 1947, and the establishment of Israel are illegal and null and void, regardless of the loss of … Continue reading

The Crusades Reconsidered

By Mike Konrad One of the idiocies passed off for decades among Western historians is bemoaning the Crusades as evil. The Islamic world — the Ummah — has disseminated this imaginary charge against the West, and like fools, we have absorbed Arab lies and taken the blame to heart. But the most superficial reading of Western … Continue reading

The Continuing Brutal Legacy of the Religion of Peace

By Eileen F. Toplansky As Barack Hussein Obama enjoys his vacation, he should ponder the brutality of Muslims against so many groups in the world, including other Muslims.  Instead of his fawning at the recent White House iftar dinner, he should remind these co-religionists that their religion defies the imagination for the sheer ferocity against … Continue reading

Notes on Counterjihad

By Bruce Bawer “Counterjihadist.” If you had told me a couple of decades ago that this would be one of the many labels that would someday be attached to my name with some regularity, I would hardly have known what to say. Counter what? What jihadist? But then these are strange times. On the evening … Continue reading

Robert Spencer to debate Muslim scholars on Is Islam a Religion of Peace? at Michigan conference

Details from Ave Maria Radio: Catholic Witness Conference: Is Islam a Religion of Peace? – August 10, 2013 Islam conference Event DetailsLocation: Ypsilanti, Michigan Start Date:August 10th, 2013 End Date:August 10th, 2013 Flyer: Download Registration: Click Here Ave Maria Communications presents: Catholic Witness Conference: Is Islam a Religion of Peace? Saturday, August 10, 2013 from … Continue reading

#UK: Britain’s Rape Jihad Crisis

By Soeren Kern A court in London has sentenced seven members of a Muslim child grooming gang based in Oxford to at least 95 years in prison for raping, torturing and trafficking British girls as young as 11. The high-profile trial was the latest in a rapidly growing list of grooming cases that are forcing … Continue reading

The Truth About the Jews from Muslim Lands

June 20 was World Refugee Day, dedicated to nearly 60 million people worldwide who have been forcibly displaced by conflict or persecution. One group of refugees rarely acknowledged is the Jews who were indigenous to Muslim lands but who were compelled to flee around the time when the State of Israel was established. June 20 … Continue reading