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Archive for the ‘Terrorism’ Category

Solution to Terrorism

Posted on: January 22nd, 2010 by Matt 1 Comment

It is Time for Tough Love

America is at war whether we like it or not. The days to come do not bode well for the property and lives of Americans overseas or here at home. The specter of a nuclear and biological attack looms large on the horizon. Liberals are more concerned about protecting the feelings of Muslims than protecting the lives of Americans. If loyal Americans do not rise up and demand that the present government fulfill its constitutional duty to protect the lives and property of the citizens of this great land, who will?

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Four Faces of Islam

Posted on: January 6th, 2010 by Matt No Comments

Four Faces of Islam: Before and After the Terrorist Attack upon America

Introduction

After teaching Muslim clergy at the Faculty of Islamic Theology of the University of Teheran, Iran, during 1968–1974, and after attending preaching and praying events in dozens of mosques around the world, and after hours of discussions with Muslims in their homes and mosques and around tables of food and cups of tea, I am in agreement with Nobel Prize in Literature winner V. S. Naipaul when he writes, “Islam is not simply a matter of conscience or private belief. It makes imperial demands.”

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The Hamas Terrorist Covenant

Posted on: December 31st, 2009 by Matt No Comments

The terrorist organization "Hamas" is in the news almost daily. Many (including our current President Obama) are trying to force Israel to give in to the demands of Hamas. Hamas will never be satisfied until Israel (and her people) are destroyed – by any means necessary.  Read their covenant below and see what you think!

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The Real Meaning of Jihad!

Posted on: December 31st, 2009 by Matt No Comments

‘JIHAD’, the Real Meaning

‘Jehad’ (Jihad) is an Arabic word that literally means ‘endeavor’. In the literal historical context, this Islamic doctrine clearly implies physically fighting in the way of the Arabic God ‘Allah’ to establish supremacy over unbelievers, until they relinquish their faith and become Muslims, or acknowledge their subordination by paying the ‘Jaziya’ (or Jizya) humiliation tax. As will be shown in subsequent chapters, Jihad historically has been a perpetual war against infidels (Buddhists, Hindus, Deists, Pagans, Atheists, Skeptics, Jews, Christians, etc).

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Does Islam Encourage Violence?

Posted on: December 31st, 2009 by Matt No Comments

Islam and Violence

After the events of September 11, the issue of violence and religion has once again come into intense discussions and debate. It is our conviction that although various political, socioeconomic and cultural factors have significantly contributed to the rise of violence and terrorism in contemporary fundamentalist Islam, we cannot ignore the religious dimension of this violence that goes back to the very heart and origin of Islam.

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