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Islamic State creates jihad video game to inspire and train jihadis; characters scream “Allahu Akbar” and behead opponents

Jihad Watch According to Arabic media, the Islamic State’s media wing just announced that it has created a new video game where players consist of jihadis battling Iraqi and American forces. Among other things, the purpose of the game is to “raise the morale of the mujahedin and to train children and youth how to battle the [...]

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Beheading Infidels: How Allah ‘Heals the Hearts of Believers’

FPM To understand why the Islamic State not only decapitates its “infidel” captives, but also mutilates and mocks their corpses—and all to sadistic laughter—one need only turn to the Koran and deeds of Islamic prophet Muhammad. The Koran exhorts believers to “Fight them [those who oppose Islam], Allah will torment them with your hands, humiliate [...]

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Salafis Return to Egypt’s Mosques and Media

In a move that has many anti-Islamist Egyptians concerned, the government has again allowed the Salafis to return to preaching in mosques and on television. Salafis are Muslims who profess to follow as literally as possible the teachings and habits of Islam’s prophet and his companions. Soon after the June 2013 revolution in Egypt, which saw the [...]

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Islamic Rape Gangs: Raymond Ibrahim on the Franklin Raff Show

Franklin Raff interviewed me yesterday on WCGO concerning my recent article on the international proliferation of Islamic rape gangs.  Click here to listen to the 20 minute discussion.

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Muslims Sexually Enslaving Children: A Global Phenomenon

FrontPage Magazine As shocking as the Muslim-run sex ring in Rotherham, England may seem to some—1,400 British children as young as 11 plied with drugs before being passed around and sexually abused in cabs and kabob shops—the fact is that this phenomenon is immensely widespread.  In the United Kingdom alone, it’s the fifth sex abuse [...]

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Raymond Ibrahim on TruNews: The US-Jihad Alliance

Today Raymond Ibrahim was interviewed by Rick Wiles on TruNews.  The nearly 40 minute interview begins at the 23:30 mark.

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Sharks and Islamists: Equally Misunderstood?

I recently spent some time watching Shark Week on television.  Being fascinated with large predatory fish, I’ve watched many shark programs throughout the years.  And I’ve reached one conclusion: the “liberal” response one is accustomed to when the topic of Islam and Islamists come up—that they are misunderstood, that we need to respect their ways [...]

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The Siege of Constantinople

Editor’s note: To mark the August 15 anniversary of the second Islamic siege of Constantinople, we republish the following article, which appeared a year ago on National Review Online: Seige of Constantinople, from the Constantine Manasses Chronicle Danish Portuguese  Today, August 15, marks the anniversary of Constantinople’s victory over Muslim invaders in what historians commonly call [...]

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Graphic Video: Islamic Terrorists Executing Civilians

The following video depicts the Islamic terrorist organization still popularly known as “ISIS” executing reportedly some 1,500 civilians. It is graphic, especially around the 2:30 mark, when the savages start executing the men (the women and children were herded and sold as slaves, sexual or otherwise). Some things of note: Prior to executing them, the [...]

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Islam’s Quest for Control

Raymond Ibrahim was recently interviewed on In the Market with Janet Parshall in a segment titled “Islam’s Quest for Control.”  Click here to listen; the 30 minute segment begins around the 21:30 mark.    

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