FrontPage Magazine One of the most meaningless statements made by CNN concerning the recent Pensacola naval air station shooting—where Ahmed Muhammad Alshamrani, a Saudi man, killed three people and injured eight—was to say “It does not appear Alshamrani had ties to terrorist groups, two sources told CNN. He had been training at the Florida base […]
It’s official: Islamic jihad and generic criminality are intimately connected. According to an earlier UK study: The lines between terrorism and criminality are becoming blurred as an increasing number of former criminals join the Islamic State… Nearly 60 percent of European jihadists studied by researchers had been jailed previously… Once recruited by ISIS, these people easily transition to […]
I was recently interviewed on Fire Power, an InfoWars program, with host Will Johnson and co-host Tom Pappert. We discussed several topics in the 18 minute segment, which can be viewed here, starting right around the 48.03 mark.
FrontPage Magazine If Muhammad cannot beat the infidels on the battlefield, he’ll outbreed them—literally: Last year it was reported that “Mohammed most popular name for newborn boys in the Netherlands for second year in a row.” Muhammad is apparently also the most popular name in England. In fact, Muhammad is one of the most popular names throughout Northwest Europe. And now, for the first time […]
I did a couple of radio interviews earlier this week on how “Turkey Is Reliving the Glory/Gory Days of Jihad”: On “Kresta in the Afternoon,” which airs on Ave Maria Radio (click here to listen), and on the Denice Gary Show.
Yesterday, Fr. Robert McTeigue, host of the radio program, The Catholic Current, which airs on The Station of the Cross, interviewed me on a variety of topics related to the segment’s title, “The Unholy War Against Christians.” The comprehensive, hour long interview can be listened to here.
FrontPage Magazine Turkey’s little remarked on but ongoing mistreatment of historic churches is increasingly reflective of that nation’s growing sense of Islamic supremacism. Before the Turks invaded it, Anatolia (present day Turkey) was an ancient Christian region; a large chunk of St. Paul’s epistles were sent to or dealt with its churches, including the seven […]
FrontPage Magazine On November 15, 2019, two of the foremost representatives of Christianity and Islam, Pope Francis and Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayeb of Al Azhar—the latter was once named the “most influential Muslim in the world”—met and embraced each other again as brothers. “During the[ir] cordial discussions,” the Vatican announced in a press release, the two […]
On November 13, 2019, American Thinker published a review by John Dale Dunn, titled “Raymond Ibrahim and the History the Army Refuses to Heed.” A shortened version follow: In the book Sword and Scimitar Raymond Ibrahim, an Egyptian Christian, tells the story of the millennium-plus of conflict between Islam and Western (Christian) Nations, structured on 8 landmark […]
FrontPage Magazine What do Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri—that is, the late leader of ISIS, and the late and current leaders of al-Qaeda—have in common? That they’re among the world’s most notorious Islamic terrorists? Yes, but there’s something else, something more subtle, that binds them: they all began their careers as […]