Translating Words, Interpreting Events

Obama’s Policies to Empower ISIS Exposed

For months, many Western observers have been closely following the minute-by-minute developments concerning the battle between Islamic State and coalition forces in the hopes that such data will help them discern what the future may hold. Yet knowledge of the end game has been available for anyone viewing the Obama administration with the eyes of [...]

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The Ongoing War between Islam and Europe

In the following video, Hanne Nabintu, historian of religions, interviews me on a number of topics dealing with the history of Islam and the West – including such topics as the original Arab conquests and Crusades — and why the modern West’s notion of historian is immensely skewed:

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Egyptian Judge: ‘Unacceptable for Christians to Testify Against Muslims’

Coptic Solidarity  True to the medieval teachings of Islam—in this case, that an “infidel” Christian’s testimony against a Muslim is null and void in (a Sharia) court—the following letter was recently published on Arabic media demonstrating that little has changed in Egypt: Yesterday I suffered an extremely harsh and psychological shock.   I went to court with one [...]

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Egyptian Mosque Sermons Reminiscent of ISIS

Coptic Solidarity On Friday, May 15, the prayer leader of Safa Mosque in the city of Mersa Matruh, west of Alexandria, Egypt, repeatedly declared that “the Islamic caliphate will return and that Jerusalem, though stolen at the hands of the Jews, will return to Muslims once again.” The mosque’s imam further spoke in tones reminiscent of the [...]

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Raymond Ibrahim on Issues, Etc.

Yesterday I appeared on the radio program Issues, Etc., with Todd Wilken, discussing several Mideast and Islamic related topics of the day. Click here to listen to the 13-minute interview.

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Egypt: Grandson of Medical Pioneer Cannot Follow Same Profession Because He Is Christian

Coptic Solidarity Dr. Khaled Montaser, an Egyptian intellectual and frequent critic of the Islamization of the country, recently discussed how discrimination against Christians is widespread in certain medical professions. During a televised program, he pointed out that, although the pioneer of Obstetrics and Gynecology in Egypt was a Coptic Christian (Dr. Naguib Mahfouz), his grandson is essentially banned from entering [...]

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Raymond Ibrahim on ‘Kresta in the Afternoon’

Earlier today I appeared on Ave Maria Radio, with Al Kresta, discussing a number of topics related to the Islamic State and the root source of Muslim ‘Grievances.” Click here to listen to the interview.      

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The Islamic Prerequisite of Kuwaiti Citizenship

On May 11, the Kuwaiti Constitutional Court rejected an appeal by MP Nabil al-Fadl to adjust citizenship laws in order to allow Christians to become citizens. The current law, according to Article 4.5 of the Citizenship Act of Kuwait, holds that he [a potential citizen] be an original Muslim by birth, or that he has [...]

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Iran: Muslim Convert to Christianity Gets Five Years Prison

Ibrahim Firouzi, a Muslim convert to Christianity in Iran, was sentenced to the maximum five years in prison for “action against national security through collusion and gathering.” After Firouzi converted to Christianity, he was arrested on August 25, 2013 and convicted of evangelizing, colluding with “anti-regime” foreign networks, launching a Christian website, and, in short, [...]

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Egypt: Muslim Convert to Christianity Rots in Prison

Coptic Solidarity Bishoy Armia Boulous, formerly known as Mohammed Hegazy, an apostate from Islam in Egypt, remains imprisoned on charges of blasphemy related to his conversion to Christianity. Imprisoned now for approximately a year, he has been held well past the legal six month investigation period.  All this time, he has been subject to physical [...]

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