Monthly Archives: February 2011

Qaradawi and The Treason of the Intellectuals

Originally posted at The American Thinker. Last Friday (2/18/11) marked the triumphal return to Cairo of Muslim Brotherhood “Spiritual Guide” Yusuf al-Qaradawi. After years of exile, his public re-emergence in Egypt was sanctioned by the nation’s provisional military rulers. Qaradawi’s … Continue reading

Fox News Does “Chrislam”—Badly

What does the willfully blind, doctrinally ignorant “Chrislam” movement propose to do about this? An open letter to Fox and Friends: Dear Ms. Green, Ms. Earhardt, and Mr. Kilmeade I just watched the “Chrislam” segment on today’s  (2/21/11)“Fox and Friends,” … Continue reading

Our Afghan Ally Preaches Islamic Jew-(and Other Infidel) Hatred—Despite Uncle Sucker’s Largesse

The fount of Afghan jihadism and Jew- and other infidel hatred Historical note to “Afghan imams wage political battle against U.S.,” published 2/17/11 in the Washington Post: The small and brutally oppressed Afghan Jewish community was liquidated by 1950, shortly … Continue reading

Egyptian Jew Hatred, Lara Logan, and Qaradawi’s re-emergence in Egypt

In follow-up to the Lara Logan sexual assault in Cairo story, I was interviewed today (2/18/11) during the 8 AM hour on the Helen Glover Show. The interview included discussion of the triumphal return to Cairo of Muslim Brotherhood “Spiritual … Continue reading

For the De-Nile-ists—Qaradawi-Khomeini in Cairo

Qaradawi-Khomeini in Cairo: “Pray For Conquest of Jerusalem; I Want To Give Friday Prayer Sermon At Al-Aqsa” Courtesy of the invaluable Middle East Media Research Institute: In a special mention of the Palestinian issue, Al-Qaradhawi asked the Egyptian army to … Continue reading

Lara Logan’s Rape and Egyptian Muslim Jew-Hatred

Lara Logan: Victim of Egyptian Islam’s Misogyny and Jew-Hatred Last Friday (2/11/11), Lara Logan, chief foreign correspondent for CBS News, was beaten and raped in Cairo during a thirty minute assault by a frenzied throng of over 200 Egyptians. According … Continue reading

Koranic Dissimulation—Sanctioned by Classical and Modern Koranic Commentators

Tabari’s Koranic Tafsir (Commentary): Sanctioning a millennium (and ongoing) of Koranic dissimulation Yesterday (2/14/11) Sean Hannity asked whether the Koran sanctioned lying/ dissimulation (or “taqiyya”) during a debate between Robert Spencer and Michael Ghouse. Spencer appropriately cited Koran 3:28, and … Continue reading

Jihad Martyrdom and Suhail Khan

Unveiling Suhail’s Con—The “Tearful” Champion of Jihad Martyrdom As reported by Paul Sperry in the New York Post on January 9, 2011, during the Islamic Society of North America’s 1999 conference (see video, here) Suhail Khan exhorted Muslims to sacrifice … Continue reading

Zuhdi Jasser’s Predicament—And Ours

Dr. Zudi Jasser is a decent man conflicted by what he wishes to be, and mainstream Islamic reality, as manifested in doctrine and practice since the creed’s 7th century foundation, through the present. Dr. Jasser gave a one hour interview … Continue reading

The “Kamshish Affair” and Post-Mubarak Egypt—Still Stalled?

In the wake of Mubarak’s resignation, amidst the ongoing Egyptian unrest, it is worth recalling what became known as the “Kamshish Affair” from April, 1966 (following the assassination of peasant leader Salah Husain Maqlad), and its aftermath. The events of … Continue reading