Monthly Archives: August 2010

Fox News’ Bret Baier Invokes My Essay on Jihad versus The Crusades

I was quoted last night (8/26/10) by Bret Baier during his “Grapevine” segment at the midpoint of the one hour prime time newscast, Special Report. The quote, below comes from this 2005 American Thinker essay of mine, at 0:53 to … Continue reading

“The Sharia Is Unjust”—Impassioned Plea From A Secular Muslim Woman of Yemenite Origin

Dr. Elham Mane’a: “[T] he time has come to call things by their proper names: a theocracy that applies the precepts of the shari’a to [its] society today [is one that] violates individual rights, discriminates between its citizens, and oppresses … Continue reading

Imam Feisal Rauf and the Genocidal Hamas Covenant

From a Hamas poster glorifying the martyr who drowns the Zionists in blood (used as part of the cover art for Raphael Israeli’s seminal “Islamikaze”) As reported by the New York Post’s Tom Topoussis on June 19, 2010, Imam Feisal … Continue reading

Islamophilic Indoctrination in New York High Schools

Mahmud of Ghazni, early 11th century Muslim jihadist who ravaged Hindu India during at least 17 conquering expeditions waged over 25 years. What New York High School students are required to affirm on their State Regents exams in global history: … Continue reading

Jihad, Dhimmitude, and Muslim Spain

The reverse orientation of the map above—the southern Mediterranean littoral of North Africa on top of the northern littoral of Southern Europe—corresponds to the Islamic supremacist world view of medieval Arab Muslim cartographers. This map symbolically (i.e., submissively) adorns the … Continue reading

The Journalism That Failed—Anne Barnard’s New York Times Agitprop on Imam Feisal Rauf

Anne Barnard: Reporting, or playing Wonderland croquet with herself? After reading a studious account of Imam Feisal Rauf’s Malaysian activities by my journalist colleague Alyssa Lappen, and listening to an interview of the courageous investigative reporter Steven Emerson, who has … Continue reading

Journalistic Malpractice: Time Magazine’s Bobby Ghosh and CNN’s Ali Velshi on “Cordovan Ecumenism” in Muslim Spain

The original Visigothic Church of St. Vincent, then Mosque of Cordoba, now Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption Yesterday (Thursday 8/19/10) during the 1 PM hour CNN’s “Newsroom,” this exchange took place between CNN reporter Ali Velshi and Time … Continue reading

The Raufs’ Original “Interfaith” Mosque: Jews Responsible for 9/11

The most informed and understandably passionate critics of Sharia-supremacist Imam Feisal Rauf’s proposed Ground Zero mosque are men and women such as FDNY Rescue’s Tim Brown, and 9 /11 Families for a Safe and Strong America, Debra Burlingame. Motivated by … Continue reading

And It Stoned Thee: Background for Tonight’s (8/17/2010) Pending O’Reilly Discussion of the Sharia Basis for Stoning Adulterers

This blog is available at Big Peace, where some of my blogs will also be posted. A promo for tonight’s (Tuesday, August 17, 2010) Bill O’Reilly Show mentioned there would be an “Is It Legal?” discussion of the Taliban’s recent … Continue reading

Uriel Heyd on Turkey’s Re-Islamization, Circa 1968: Over Four Decades Ahead of Today’s Vacuous “Analysts”

Professor Uriel Heyd (d. 1968) described Turkey’s tenuous secularization and aggressive re-Islamization fully 42 years before todays “learned analysts” have finally come to the same pathetically belated realization… … Since the recent Mavi Marmara flotilla affair—facilitated, and perhaps even orchestrated … Continue reading