This course connects the proverbial dots, drawing on a wealth of publicly available data and first-hand accounts to present a picture that has, for over a decade, been obscured, denied and suppressed: America faces in addition to the threat of violent jihad another, even more toxic danger – a stealthy and pre-violent form of warfare aimed at destroying our constitutional form of democratic government and free society. The Muslim Brotherhood is the prime-mover behind this seditious campaign, which it calls [...]READ MORE »
Daily archives for April 25th, 2012
Part 1- Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch
David Horowitz Foundation and The Students For Intellectual Freedom hosted this conference at Temple University on the evening of April 23, 2012. The speakers were introduced by Temple University student, Alvaro Watson. Robert Spencer was the first speaker; listened to by most, although there was the to-be-expect disruption by a few (this happens in a couple of moments during Spencer’s opening remarks) and handled by the speaker (security seemed to just stand by and [...]READ MORE »
Despite the recent declaration by Iran that it does not want a nuclear bomb and statements by regime officials that they are willing to negotiate over the nuclear issue, indications from within Iran signal massive preparation for an all-out war as part of its destiny.
Nine years ago a Revolutionary Guards arm, the Holy Defense, published a book, “The Last Six Months,” in which it describes the conditions needed in the last six months prior to the reappearance of the last [...]READ MORE »
The 24th of April marks the 97th anniversary of the date officially commemorated as the start of the Armenian Genocide — a jihad genocide — April 24, 1915. Persistent jihad denial by U.S. policymaking elites across the intervening century — a mindset so egregiously delusive at present it reflects mindslaughter — is the tragic, shared living legacy of these superficially disparate, but intimately related phenomena, both animated by canonical Islam.
The Armenian genocide is formally commemorated each April 24th because on [...]READ MORE »
The Moro Islamic Liberation Front said Manila has agreed on the creation of a Muslim sub-state in Mindanao, which it has been demanding for a long time.
The MILF has previously said it would not sign a peace deal unless the Aquino government agrees to its demand for a Muslim sub-state in Mindanao.
Marvic Leonen, the chief [...]READ MORE »
An Emirati school girl in the seventh class level in Abu Dhabi suffered from brain haemorrhage and underwent a major surgery after she was violently attacked by four boys in the same school during break time.
The Abu Dhabi Education Council is investigating the case after the father criticised the school for failing to provide enough protection to students during break time and for refusing first to reveal the incident. He said the administration first told him his daughter just suffered [...]READ MORE »
Abdel-Ghani Jawhar, Lebanon’s most wanted militant terrorist, has been killed while planting bombs for the rebel movement in Syria, raising fresh concerns about the growing influence of radicals in the opposition to the Assad regime.
Jawhar was said by security sources quoted in the Lebanese media to have been killed in Qusayr, near the embattled city of Homs.
According to another report, he blew himself up when a bomb he was preparing detonated prematurely.
He was the head of Fatah-al-Islam, a militant group [...]READ MORE »
A takeaway owner who allegedly ran a brothel above his restaurant hounded girls as young as 12 to become prostitutes and told one of his child victims that ?age is just a number?.
Azad Miah, 44, branded the? vulnerable girls ?fresh meat? and harassed them over weeks and months before offering to give them drugs, alcohol or money in return for sex, a court heard.
Miah targeted the girls in ?a cold, clinical, calculated exploitation of the desperate and therefore vulnerable?, Carlisle [...]READ MORE »
In the early morning hours of Tuesday, a Nigerian military joint task force invaded a suspected Boko Haram bomb factory in a suburb of the restive northern city of Kano. Meanwhile, five members of the Boko Haram Islamic militant group were killed yesterday while preparing improvised explosive devices that exploded in Biu town of Borno state.
Borno is the state where Boko Haram, whose name means “Western education is a sin,” originated.?Biu is one of the five local governments placed under [...]READ MORE »
The Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia has ruled that ten year old girls can be married off, because in his words, ?Good upbringing makes a girl ready to perform all marital duties at that age.? The Mufti, who also recently called for destroying churches in the Arabian Peninsula, is descended from Mohammed Wahhab who gave birth to Wahhabism and his descendants have controlled the Saudi religious establishment, which has given them control of Islam around the world. For all his [...]READ MORE »
Dean of Students Stephanie Ives foreshadowed the inevitable contention in Kiva Auditorium at the Islamic Apartheid Conference, sponsored by Temple University Students for Intellectual Freedom.
?I ask you all to keep the principles of free speech and civil discourse in mind tonight,? Ives urged the packed auditorium prior to the conference?s start.
Featuring controversial panelists Robert Spencer, director of the blog ?Jihad Watch,? Pamela Geller, former-Muslim Nonie Darwish and Sudanese refugee Simon Deng, the conference addressed issues such as honor killing and [...]READ MORE »
A Cairo court on Tuesday upheld the sentencing of Adel Imam, the Arab world’s most famous actor, to three months in jail for “defaming Islam” in several roles on stage and screen, a judicial source said.
The Egyptian actor, who is also a UN goodwill ambassador was originally convicted in absentia in February, after being sued by Asran Mansur, a lawyer with Islamist ties.
Imam told AFP on Tuesday that he would appeal the verdict, and remained free on bail.
“Many people support [...]READ MORE »
The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on Tuesday ordered the entire U.S. military to scour its training material to ensure it doesn?t contain anti-Islamic content. The order came after the Pentagon suspended a course for senior officers that was found to contain derogatory material about Islam.
The extraordinary order by General Martin Dempsey (pictured), the highest-ranking military officer in the U.S. armed forces, was prompted by content in a course titled ?Perspectives on Islam and Islamic Radicalism? that was [...]READ MORE »
Even in a region where some of the United States? closest military partners are steadily improving national stability and security, the threat of violent extremism is spreading, Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta said here yesterday.
During a weeklong trip that includes stops in Bogota, Colombia; Brasilia and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; and Santiago, Chile, the secretary is meeting with military and political leaders to reaffirm the U.S. commitment to help with common defense challenges.
Increasingly, one of those challenges involves violent extremist [...]READ MORE »
Five Luton men were being questioned by police last night after being arrested on suspicion of terror offences in a series of dawn raids in the town yesterday.
The town hit the national headlines for all the wrong reasons once again after officers from the Metropolitan Police?s Counter Terrorism Command team swooped to search five homes in the Bury Park and Farley Hill areas as part of an ?intelligence-led operation?.
The five men, aged 30, 24, 21, 35, and 23, were taken [...]READ MORE »