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Why Are We Abandoning the Christians?

Jewish Journal By David Suissa In all the self-righteous talk we’ve been hearing about Muslim refugees from Syria, who’s talking about the Christians? Over the past several years, no religious group has been more persecuted throughout the Middle East than the Christians. And yet, hardly a peep. Yes, the Jewish way is not either/or. We’re supposed [...]

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Lessons from Paris

By Bill Muehlenberg So France is now sending war planes into Syria to go after IS. Good. But why was this not done many months ago? Why did it have to wait for so many more of its own innocent citizens to be slaughtered before finally waking up and doing its duty? Western leaders seem as [...]

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Ben Norton Says Paris Attacks Were Due to Western Right-Wing Hypocrisy

CDN, by Bob Taylor CHARLOTTE, NC, November 16, 2015 – When you read the words of writers like Ben Norton of Salon, you have to wonder if the world is ever going to sane, or at the very least, reasonable again. Norton claims, “Our terrorism double standard: After Paris, let’s stop blaming Muslims and take a [...]

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The Taqiyya Factor

American Thinker, by Carol Brown Taqiyya is an Islamic doctrine that allows Muslims to deceive non-Muslims. As in lie to them. Dr. Sami Mukaram, author of Taqiyya in Islam, writes: “Taqiyya is of fundamental importance in Islam. Practically every Islamic sect agrees to it and practices it… Taqiyya is very prevalent in Islamic politics, especially in the modern era.” [...]

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The Jihadists and the Ethnic Cleansing of the Christians in the Middle East

Israel Thrives, by Michael Lumish It is astounding that as Muslims drive Christians out of the Middle East, Christians beyond the region do not seem to much care.  The rise of political Islam, since the misnamed “Arab Spring” – hereafter referred to as the Arab Nightmare - has unleashed waves of violence, chaos, and cruelty the likes [...]

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Obama’s Mideast Policies Are Paid for in Christian Blood

New American, by Selwyn Duke They cut off the 12-year-old boy’s fingertips, but still he refused to convert to Islam. They then “severely beat him,”reports the group Christian Aid Mission, “telling his father they would stop the torture only if he, the father, returned to Islam. When the [father] refused, relatives said, the ISIS militants also [...]

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Writer: U.S. Policy to Blame for Christian Persecution in Middle East

Christian Examiner, by Gregory Tomlin WASHINGTON (Christian Examiner) – The Gatestone Institute, a conservative, non-profit foreign policy think tank chaired by former United Nations Ambassador John Bolton, is claiming that while the Islamic State is carrying out its ruthless persecution of Christians, they aren’t entirely at fault. Raymond Ibrahim, a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz [...]

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Th Media Assault on Ben Carson and the Taqiyya Lying of Muslims

CDN,  Bob Taylor CHARLOTTE, N.C., Oct. 8, 2015 – Sometimes there is nothing sweeter than a historic precedent that verifies a contemporary debate. Such is the case from the 1980s with former President Ronald Reagan and Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq, then president of Pakistan, and as recalled by Middle East expert Raymond Ibrahim. Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson has [...]

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Was the Oregon mass shooting an Islamist attempt to assassinate Alek Skarlatos?

American Thinker By Matthew Vadum Was last week’s massacre at Umpqua Community College in Oregon a failed attempt to assassinate a Christian American hero for thwarting a Muslim terrorist train attack this summer in France? There may simply be a series of unlikely coincidences at play, or there may be circumstantial evidence suggesting that anti-jihadist [...]

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Humility and Hubris

Which better describes Pope Francis?

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