Despite the rendition of Islam portrayed by the mainstream media and education system as a “religion of peace,” experts on the Muslim culture argue that the West is in denial about the sheer brutality at the core of the religion based in Shariah. [Caution: This article contains some graphic descriptions that could be unsettling to some readers.]
Islam, Muhammad, life in Iran, Sharia – how knowledgeable are you on these topics? Anni Cyrus is well-acquainted with all of them. She was born in Iran to a father who was a sheikh and a mother who taught the Quran. At age seven she began to wear the hijab to school; at age nine she first wore the full burqa and was officially certified as an “adult woman.” When she was barely into her teens, her father married her off to a man who gave him $50 (USD) and a month’s supply of opium. Ms. Cyrus knows all too …
How did you come to faith in Jesus? For most of us, a parent, grandparent, Sunday school teacher, or other influential person in our life shared the Gospel with us, answered our questions, encouraged and prayed over us, leading us to the point where we were ready to embrace Jesus as our Lord and Savior. No doubt we’ve heard of someone who came to faith in Jesus by reading a tract, watching a Billy Graham crusade on television, maybe listening to Ray Comfort ask probing question, or hearing a teaching program on a Christian radio station, but usually decisions to …
A new controversy has erupted in School District U-46, and this time it doesn’t involve compulsory co-ed locker rooms or offensive statements from board member Traci O’Neal Ellis. This time 18 religious leaders have objected to school board member Jeanette Ward’s Facebook post about a controversial article on religion assigned in a sixth-grade class.
Posted in Education, Faith
Tagged Allah, Christianity, David Daubert, Dr. Nathaniel Edmond, Dr. Paris Donehoo, Ed Hunter, Fred Rajan, George Wadleigh, Islam, Jeanette Ward, Jesus, Jill Terpstra, Judaism, Karen Schlack, Katie Shaw Thompson, Lois Bucher, Margaret Frisch Klein, Mark Weinert, Marlene Daubert, Philip Almond, Rev. Denise Tracy, Rev. Donald J. Frye, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Richard T. Carlson, School District U-46, Steven J. Peskind, Sulayman Hassan, Traci O’Neal Ellis, Veronica Noland
Philip Haney is a former Department of Homeland Security (DHS) whistle blower and counter-terrorism expert. Haney studied Arabic culture and language while working as a scientist in the Middle East before becoming a founding member of the DHS in 2002. He has specialized in Islamic theology and the strategy and tactics of the global Islamic movement. He retired in July 2015 and is the author of See Something, Say Nothing.
Haney was the last to make a presentation, and he opened his remarks by telling the audience that “this is how it feels to be on the receiving end …
The deadly Islamic terrorist truck attack in New York City on Halloween exposed a cauldron of issues, from national security to immigration policy.
But it’s about much more than that. The attack and its aftermath have shone a light on the Left’s campaign to radically transform America through cultural Marxism. That’s the revolutionary philosophy that aims to cure inequality by destroying traditional Western culture.
Posted in Islam & Sharia, Marriage/Family/Culture
Tagged Allahu Akbar, Charles Schumer, Cultural Marxism, Ed Gillespie, Islam, Jeremiah Wright, Latino Victory Fund, Manhattan, Ralph Northam, Sayfullo Saipov, Terror
In response to the July 14 Nice, France terrorist attack, killing 84, former House Speaker Newt Gringrich called for deportation of Muslims supporting sharia law. President Barack Obama immediately criticized the suggestion as “repugnant” and “un-American.”
In a speech delivered to the Annual MAS-ICNA (Muslim American Society and Islamic Circle of North America) Convention in December 2015, Nihad Awad, the Executive Director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), urged Muslim Americans to take up the cause of Black Lives Matter. “Black Lives Matter is our matter,” he said; “Black Lives Matter is our campaign.”
Posted in Islam & Sharia
Tagged Barack Obama, Black Lives Matter, CAIR, David Gaubatz, Ibrahim Hooper, ISIS, Islam, Jeff Hood, Khalilah Sabra, Louis Farrakhan, Muslim Brotherhood, North American Islamic Trust, Paul Sperry, Saul Alinsky, The Nation of Islam, Wallace Fard Muhammad
We at the Center for Security Policy feel it is important for Americans to better understand– and, then, be able to successfully contend with– those that attempt to destroy or subvert our way of life. As making our nation’s enemies’ threat doctrines available is a key part of our educational efforts, we are pleased to present the blueprint for the Muslim Brotherhood in America, known as An Explanatory Memorandum: On the General Strategic Goal for the Group in North America or, in America’s largest terrorist prosecution in US federal court, Government Exhibit 003-0085 3:04-CR-240-G in U.S. v Holy Land Foundation, …
In 1993 I was a seasoned federal prosecutor, but I only knew as much about Islam as the average American with a reasonably good education—which is to say, not much. Consequently, when I was assigned to lead the prosecution of a terrorist cell that had bombed the World Trade Center ...
Renowned Evangelical flagship Wheaton College has been embroiled in a controversy generated by the Facebook statement from associate professor of political science Larycia Hawkins that Muslims and Christians worship the same God. She made this statement when she announced that during the entire Advent season, she would wear a hijab, the traditional head-covering required of Muslim women when in public. Hawkins viewed this as an act of “embodied politics, embodied solidarity” as opposed to what she deems “theoretical solidarity.” Wandering around America wearing a hijab was Hawkins’ rather peculiar application of James 2:26: “For as the body apart from the …
Posted in Education, Faith, Islam & Sharia
Tagged Al Mohler, Black Lives Matter, Brian Howell, Bruce Lindley McCormick, Eric Teetsel, Erwin Lutzer, Islam, Julie Rodgers, Larycia Hawkins, Michael Mangis, Miroslav Volf, Muslim, Nabeel Qureshi, Noah Toly, Statement of Faith, Wheaton College
You may not know what dhimmitude is and hopefully you never experience it.
But you’ve probably heard of ISIS (the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) and you’re almost surely aware of what Christians are.
Dhimmitude is an Islamic system that governs non-Muslims who have been conquered through Jihad by folks like ISIS.
If you surrender to Muslim control – though not Muslim – you are referred to as dhimmi.
Sounds fun, right?
Islam is on the rise around the world, whether it be terrorist activity in the Middle East or the increasing number of followers here in United States. Though these trends open up many opportunities to share the gospel, Christians also have reason for concern.
We have now reached a tipping point–the spread of Islam is rapidly altering the way we live. These changes are cause for alarm, for they endanger our freedoms of speech and religion.
Join us as we hear from Dr. Erwin Lutzer, pastor of Moody Church and the best selling of author of numerous books including …
It seems that every day is met with a new atrocity stemming from the Islamic State. We've lost track of the executions, the crimes against women and children are incalculable and unconscionable, and it seems that every drop of innocent blood feeds a thirst for more.
President Barack Obama’s address at the National Prayer Breakfast on February 5, 2015 has reverberated through the corridors of the world and provoked shock and dismay in numerous quarters. Even a professor at the University of London commented on his shallow understanding of the Crusades.
Posted in Faith, Islam & Sharia, Media Watch
Tagged Barack Obama, Christianity, Crusades, Geraldo Rivera, History, Islam, National Prayer Breakfast, Ravi Zacharias, White House