Meet Ahmed al-Tayeb, the “Most Influential Muslim in the World”

There’s nothing like knowing Arabic—that is, being privy to the Muslim world’s internal conversations on a daily basis—to disabuse oneself of the supposed differences between so-called “moderate” and “radical” Muslims. Consider the case of Egypt’s Dr. Ahmed al-Tayeb. Hardly one to be dismissed as a fanatic who is ignorant of the true tenets of Islam,

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Combattre l’islam Avant Que Ca Soit Trop Tard

Travailleuse sociale de premier cycle universitaire, je m’intéresse à l’islam depuis environ 5 ans. J’ai débuté mes recherches uniquement en vue de cibler mes soi-disant « préjugés ». Dès que j’ai découvert le coran, environ 5 mois après le début de mes contacts avec le monde islamique par voie d’un site musulman doté d’un forum, Yabiladi ; plusieurs

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Why the Peaceful Muslim Majority Might be Dangerous

The following is an article from Paul Marek (author of the outstanding piece, Why the Peaceful Majority is Irrelevant). Reprinted with permission. Mubarka is a Canadian born woman of Pakistani parents. She grew up in Toronto among other Canadian children and attended university where she received a degree in commerce. Today she holds a prominent position with

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Why the Peaceful Majority is Irrelevant

This is an article written by Paul on Celestial Junk.  The reason I’m reprinting this is because one of the most common responses we get when we mention anything negative about Islam is, “But the majority of Muslims are peace-loving people.” This seems like such a final, decisive, irrefutable, self-evident conclusion, it makes all your ranting about Islam

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Calculating the Costs of Muslim Terrorism

La Braderie, For Example The mayor of Lille, in northeast France, has just announced the cancellation of La Braderie, the largest flea market in Europe, with 10,000 exhibitors and, last year, 2.5 million visitors. Martine Aubry, the mayor, and a Socialist stalwart, said that the safety of visitors could not be assured – “there are risks we

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On Islamic Violence: Forget the Koran, Look to History

Is Islam Violent? Forget the Koran, Let’s Talk About Islam’s PROVEN Historical Record. The debate around Muslim violence all too often centers around doctrine—around what the Koran and Hadith (words and deeds of Muhammad) really mean and say. Forgotten in this debate is that Islamic scriptures are unnecessary in determining whether Islam teaches violence and war

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ISIS AND TRUE ISLAM

ISIS broadcasts to the world why it kills. ISIS is taking umbrage at critics who challenge its claim to represent true Islam. In the latest issue of its magazine Dabiq, published on July 31, the author of an editorial entitled “Why We Hate You and Why We Fight You” repudiated “the Islam-is-a-peaceful-religion crowd.” That crowd would

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The Islamic State reveals why it hates us, and so do their Islamic supremacist cohorts

The article below discusses “Why We Hate you and Want to Fight You” from the ever untruthful, untrustworthy and unreliable Islamic State brutes, who delivered a message to the West in hopes that Westerners will actually take them at their word. Leftists actually do, and herein lies (no pun intended) the problem. The six reasons

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Pass/Fail in Bangladesh

“The gunmen were doing a background check on religion by asking everyone to recite from the Quran. Those who could recite a verse or two were spared. The others were tortured.” This from the jihad attack at the Holey Artisan Bakery, in Dhaka. In the middle of the nineteenth century, the English naturalist Henry Bates, a contemporary of Darwin, was studying butterflies

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Does Islam Convert Social Losers into Time Bombs?

Is Islam good for individuals? Is Islam good for societies? It is almost universally assumed by elites that Islam is good, and that even to ask such questions is offensive. But there is good reason to raise them anyway. Paris prosecutor Francois Molins said Monday that the Nice truck attacker Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel “showed a certain recent

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