A number of other notable websites and publications continue to expose the US Army War College’s submission to CAIR. Excerpts from and links to some follow: Powerline: In “Army War College Surrenders,” Scott Johnson succinctly summarizes the entire fiasco — including how, in their smear campaign, the Islamists presented me (an ethnic Egyptian) as a […]
William Campbell of Challenging Opinions recently interviewed me on a number of topics revolving around Islam and the West. True to the show’s name, Campbell never seems to miss a chance to “challenge” my views. To listen to the interview/debate, click here and fast-forward to the 8:42 mark.
Gatestone Institute The Slaughter of Christians Burkina Faso: A number of fatal Islamic terror attacks on Christians and their churches occurred throughout or were reported in May: On Sunday 26 May, armed Muslims stormed a Catholic church during mass and opened fire on the gathered worshippers; four were killed and several others injured. killing four […]
FrontPage Magazine Islamic jihadis recently gang-raped a 60-year-old Christian woman to triumphant cries of “Allahu Akbar!” before stoning her to death. When no one in Yaqoubiya, a small Christian village in Idlib governorate, Syria, saw Susan Grigor (or “Gregory”) on July 9, the worried priest sent parishioners to search for her. They eventually found her […]
Derek Gilbert of Sky Watch News recently interviewed me. Among other topics, we discussed why “jihad” is better translated as “struggle” and not “holy war” — and why that actually makes it more dangerous; why in this sense characters like Linda Sarsour are practitioners of jihad; and why, unlike their descendants, premodern Europeans were not […]
“Austria acts against Muslims almost every day because of their subconscious fear of Turks,” writes Turkish historian Erhan Afyoncu. “Austrians have not forgotten the fear and their emperor’s escape in the Battle of Vienna in 1683. When Turks were defeated in the Battle of Vienna, Europeans were so happy…” This is true. As such, a […]
I recently appeared on Colliding Worldviews, a program on ABN’s Trinity Channel, hosted by Tony Gurule. Titled, “CAIR vs U.S. Army War College,” the 30-minute interview — which includes an interesting discussion on the interplay between doctrine and history — follows: CAIR vs. U.S. Army War College from Tony Gurule on Vimeo.
Note: Melanie Phillips, best-selling British author of Londonistan and The World Turned Upside Down, weighs in on the recent CAIR/War College fiasco (original appears on her website): Raymond Ibrahim is the author of an important new book about Islam, “Sword and Scimitar: Fourteen Centuries of War Between Islam and the West”. In this meticulously researched work, he […]
Gatestone Institute Slaughter of Christians Sri Lanka: On Easter Sunday, April 21, Islamic terrorists launched a bombing campaign on Christians; the death toll reached 359, with hundreds more wounded. Eight separate explosions took place, at least two of which were suicide bombings: three targeted churches celebrating Easter Sunday Mass; four targeted hotels frequented by Western tourists in connection with Easter […]
On June 28, I appeared on CBN News’ Global Lane, with Gary Lane. The official description of the seven minute segment follows: “Free speech silenced. The U.S. Army War College capitulates to the demands of Islamic activist groups and cancels the schedule lecture of this author. Why was this Egyptian-American labeled a white racist?”