How I Fell out of Love with Islam

From American Thinker.Com November 1, 2011 David Lawrence Believe it or not I considered becoming a Moslem before 9-11.  I was in a federal joint for two years for tax evasion.  I used to attend Black Moslem classes.  There was wisdom and a calm demeanor to the Moslems. I liked them back in the 90's. They seemed pacific rather than hostile.  The same way Osama bin Laden appeared wisely peaceful as he walked around the Continue Reading

Islam Pleads Guilty

From American Thinker.Com October 19, 2011 By TR Clancy In late 2009, in fulfillment of a religious obligation, I decided to participate in jihad against the United States. The Koran obliges every able Muslim to participate in jihad and fight in the way of Allah, those who fight you, and kill them wherever you find them. - Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, October 12, 2011 Think of this as Islam's guilty plea. Will we accept Continue Reading

Islamintern Denounces Islamo-realistic Free Speech in Holland (Updated)

From American Thinker.Com July 6, 2011 Andrew G. Bostom See update at bottom The Islamic world has shown again that it cannot tolerate free speech regarding Islam and its prophet.  Bat Ye'or has appositely characterized Geert Wilder's recent acquittal as a "Copernican revolution," achieved by a solitary "unarmed man, constantly threatened by death and whose only defense was his courageous and unbending commitment to say the Continue Reading

TSA: A Portrait in Islamization

From American Thinker.Com July 3, 2011 By Rabbi Aryeh Spero On June 18th in an airport in Florida, Transportation Security Administration agents required a 95-year-old woman with leukemia to remove her adult diaper if she wanted to pass their inspection and travel.  The TSA says they would have been satisfied with merely feeling around the garment, but it was wet.  Whatever version, this constitutes yet another debasing treatment Continue Reading

The Five Stages of Islam

From American Thinker.Com May 29, 2011 The Five Stages of Islam GA_googleFillSlot("AT_300_250_bottom"); Forget the Five Pillars of Islam.  It is the Five Stages of Islam that threaten the fundamental freedoms of  Western Democracy.  Freedoms which include freedom of thought, expression, and association and the crucial derived right of freedom of the press.  We should never forget that "Islam" means submission -- the opposite of Continue Reading

Muslims don’t need excuses for killing

From American Thinker.Com April 07, 2011 Muslims don't need excuses for killing Ethel C. Fenig David Petraeus, commander of US troops in Afghanistan, is commendably, and understandably, concerned about the safety of his troops plus innocent civilians, UN personnel and others who are not the enemy. Thus he deserves some slack for condemning the silly symbolic act of burning a book the Muslims consider holy which Afghani Muslims used Continue Reading

John Esposito: Apologist of Islam or Messenger of Islamic Da’wah?

From American Thinker.Com March 06, 2011 John Esposito: Apologist of Islam or Messenger of Islamic Da'wah? By David Bukay John Esposito is a professor at Georgetown University and the head of the "Prince Alwaleed Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding."  He is considered one of the foremost apologists of radical Islam in American academia.  The term "apologist" means one who denies events and activities of a group or who uses Continue Reading

Turkey: The Sleeping Giant Of Islam

From World Affairs Journal.Org Today is a turning point in history. Nothing will ever be the same again.” So said Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan shortly after nine Turks aboard a Turkish ship died in a May 2010 clash with Israelis. The ship had challenged Israel’s embargo on terror-related goods bound for Gaza. Some observers said that the prime minister shook visibly as he spoke that day. Erdogan was indeed marking a historic Continue Reading

The Sharia Apologencia

From American Thinker.Com February 15, 2011 The Sharia Apologencia By D.B. Grady Prior to the revolution that ousted Hosni Mubarak and installed a military junta, the Egyptian government couldn't shut the Muslim Brotherhood up.  For a group whose philosophy is seventh century, the Brotherhood's techniques are leading edge, and it has found great success spreading its message on blogs, Facebook, and Twitter.  This makes its silence of Continue Reading

What If Radical Islam Is Actually Mainstream Islam?

From American Thinker.Com Radical Islam. What does this mean? Does it mean that there are a few Muslims who take Islam to the extreme and cause violence throughout the world? In order for innocent people and countries to combat the threat of violent Islamic jihad, we have to redefine "radical Islam." If the majority of Muslims adhere to sharia law (at least in their hearts), then we must confront the possibility that "radical Islam" is Continue Reading