Islam is a religion of profound contradiction. Commonly portrayed as a “religion of peace,” it is simultaneously responsible for the majority of terrorist attacks around the world. While claiming to advocate high ethical standards, the Muslim faith also advocates intentional deception under the doctrine known in Arabic as “taqiyya,” which encourages believers to deliberately mislead non-Muslims if it will further the faith.
Recently billboards have appeared over I-80 sponsored by an organization which calls itself SWIFT (Southwest Interfaith Team). The billboards proclaim: “One God: Three Faiths Christians and Jews and Muslims ALL working for Peace and Understanding.” SWIFT …
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The Islamic State released the fifteenth issue of their English-language Jihadi magazine, Dabiq, this past week, titled "Break the Cross."
In the first issue following the attacks in Orlando, Nice, Normandy, Wurzburg, and Ansbach, ISIS orders even more attacks to be launched without delay.
Yet another non-Muslim assures us that the Islamic State is not Islamic. And once again, his analysis is based on comforting falsehoods about Islam that will not convince even one young Muslim who is considering joining the Islamic State not to do so. In that case, what is the effect of articles like this one? To keep Americans from getting nervous about rising Muslim populations, and to keep them ignorant and complacent about the full nature and magnitude of the jihad threat.
“What our president should say about Islam,” by Mark Cunningham, New York Post, March …
Confucius once said, “The beginning of wisdom is to call things by their proper name.” When it comes to radical Islam, it’s clear that too many people have chosen foolishness over wisdom. The question is, in these dangerous times, are there enough of us willing to embrace wisdom?
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This is simple common sense. By going to Iraq and Syria to join the Islamic State’s jihad, these Muslims have joined an entity that has declared war against the United States. They have committed treason. They have forfeited the rights and privileges of citizenship. But it will be interesting to see who opposes this, and on what grounds.
“Cruz Files Bill to Ban American Islamic State Fighters from Returning to U.S.,” by Adam Kredo, Washington Free Beacon, January 23, 2015 (thanks to Pamela Geller):
Sen. Ted Cruz (R., Texas) will file legislation on Friday to ban American …
President Barack Obama declared in his recent address to the nation that “ISIL is not Islamic.”
But how does he know? On what basis did the president of the United States declare that a group of Muslims that calls itself the “Islamic State” is “not Islamic?”
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