Category: Islam articles

Muslim and Christian shoulder-to-shoulder in Tahrir Square

Egypt’s Muslims and Christians join hands in protest

| February 10, 2011 | Comments (1)

Just weeks after a Christmas Eve church bombing rocked the port city of Alexandria, Egypt’s religious tensions have been set aside as the country’s Muslims and Christians join forces at anti-government protests. Making my way to Tahrir Square during the anti-Mubarak protests, a striking piece of graffiti caught my eye. Scrawled on the concrete pillar […]

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Former elite officers reveal tensions in Iran regime

Former elite officers reveal tensions in Iran regime

| February 9, 2011 | Comments (0)

With so much going on in the Middle East in Tunisia, Yemen, Jordan and Egypt; you could be forgiven for forgetting the uprising in Iran during the elections of 2009. Here’s a video showing some of what went on during that time. Isn’t it remarkable that Islamists will insist Islam is the best option for […]

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The usual suspects

Arab revolts bad news for al Qaeda

| February 9, 2011 | Comments (0)

There was a time when al Qaeda felt threatened by those who wanted to fight fire with fire. Now it seems they are more worried by peaceful protest. Just what do you do with fellow Muslims who are not engaged in a war, per se: but are fighting for what many regard as basic human […]

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The Bible and the Koran talk about two very different Gods

Chapter 29:46 of the Koran says Christians and Muslims Worship the Same God,which is False

| February 9, 2011 | Comments (1)

Chapter 29:46: “And do not dispute with the people of the Book, except for what is better; save with those among tem who have been unjust and say: 1.We believe in what is sent down to us. 2.And in what has been sent down to you. 3.our God and your God is one 4.And to […]

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Early design for the Mega Mosque in London

Islamic sect in fight for ‘mega-mosque’ at Olympic site

| February 9, 2011 | Comments (1)

Imagine Christians or any other religious group trying this in Saudi Arabia or some other Muslim majority country: There are places where a church cannot be built or repaired without approval, sometimes from the government itself, which is often rejected. It will be interesting to see the response if this application is turned down. There […]

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Obama's Muslim Brotherhood ties

Spencer: Obama’s Muslim Brotherhood Ties

| February 8, 2011 | Comments (0)

In “Obama’s Muslim Brotherhood Ties” in Human Events this morning, I discuss how the Muslim Brotherhood is not just in Egypt: Barack Obama has declared that all opposition groups should have representation in the next Egyptian government, which essentially ensures that the Muslim Brotherhood will be part of that government. The Brotherhood is the largest opposition […]

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The Russian Flag

Islamist rebel leader pledges year of attacks in Russia

| February 7, 2011 | Comments (0)

The Koran and Sunnah in many places encourages Muslims to use violence against non-believers to advance Islam’s cause. Those who claim this to be a false interpretation of Islamic sources should explain what the below texts mean. “Moscow (CNN) — The leader of Islamist rebels suspected of bombing Moscow’s main international airport last month is […]

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Egyptians call for the death of converts from Islam

Egyptians call for the death of converts from Islam

| February 7, 2011 | Comments (0)

My concerns for Egypt are looking like genuine concerns after all. The cry for democracy does not match with this survey. “According to a Pew Forum survey, an overwhelming majority of those polled in Islam-dominated Egypt want those who commit adultery to be stoned, while thieves should have their hands cut off and apostates from […]

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Pakistan: Asia Bibi claims police abetted her accusers

Pakistan: Asia Bibi claims police abetted her accusers

| February 7, 2011 | Comments (0)

Asia Bibi makes the stand to clear her name. “In the testimony given by Asia Bibi – a Christian woman condemned to death in Pakistan for blasphemy under Islamic law – she protested her innocence in the court of Nankana Sahib. Said Bibi, “I am a married woman. My husband is a labourer. I used […]

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Abu Bakar Bashir

Senior Cleric in Indonesia Is Charged With Terrorism

| February 6, 2011 | Comments (0)

Apparently “JAKARTA, Indonesia — One of Indonesia’s most senior radical Muslim clerics could face the death penalty after prosecutors formally lodged terrorism charges against him on Wednesday. Abu Bakar Bashir, an elderly cleric long accused of being a main terrorist ideologue, was charged with coordinating and financing a militant group that was violently suppressed by […]

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