Monthly Archives: May 2017

Offensive Jihad, The One Incontrovertible Problem with Islam, by Raymond Ibrahim

A recent MEMRI report titled “Arab Columnists: Stop Talking About Offensive Jihad,” alludes to the ultimate problem between Islam and the non-Muslim world: offensive jihad, or jihad al-talab — the Islamic imperative to subjugate the world. The report opens by … Continue reading

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Jihad and Psychotics, by Raymond Ibrahim

Whenever Muslims engage in behavior that ostensibly contradicts Islam—from doing recreational drugs and watching porn to killing fellow Muslims—Islam’s apologists loudly proclaim “Aha! See, they’re not true Muslims!” Or, in the words of CIA head John Brennan on the Islamic … Continue reading

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Ken Temple proves from the Hadith that Islam is a militaristic ideology of conquest and rule

Ken Temple May 27, 2017 • 1:14 pm Hadith and Sira Sahih Muslim (1:33) The Messenger of Allah said: “I have been commanded to fight against people till they testify that there is no god but Allah, that Muhammad is … Continue reading

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Ramadan in Egypt: Muslims murder 26 Christians in bus on way to monastery, a post from JihadWatch.org with comments

May 26, 2017 9:01 am By Robert Spencer 65 Comments Ramadan begins today. It is the month of jihad, the month when Muslims strive to please Allah more fervently. And so because murdering Infidels who are considered to be at … Continue reading

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Violence and Context in Islamic Texts by Mark Durie, June 20th 2013

Recently the journalist Paul Sheehan, reflecting on the Woolwich beheading of Drummer Lee Rigby, invited consideration of the view of Muslim violence in authoritative Islamic texts. In the Sydney Morning Herald of May 27, 2013, Sheehan observed that the Koran … Continue reading

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Jihad – Holy War or Plundering Raids? Part 2

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Jihad – Holy War or Plundering Raids? Part 1

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Salafis and the Muslim Brotherhood: What is the difference? by Mark Durie June 6, 2013

http://www.meforum.org/3541/salafis-muslim-brotherhood For the western lay people, it can be hard to distinguish one radical Muslim from another. What is the difference between Salafis and the Muslim Brotherhood? Are they really all that different? And why do Western governments seem to … Continue reading

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Wilders in Australia and the “Islamic Problem” – Part II by Mark Durie May 29, 2013

  http://www.meforum.org/3520/australia-geert-wilders This is the second in a four part series of posts written in response to Geert Wilders’ visit to Australia in early 2013. In a previous post I contrasted Geert Wilders’ view that ‘Islam is the problem’ with … Continue reading

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Wilders in Australia and the “Islamic Problem” – Part I by Mark Durie March 14, 2013

  http://www.meforum.org/3473/australia-geert-wilders   Wilders in Melbourne Dutch parliamentarian Geert Wilders’ recent speaking tour in Australia brought him to my home town of Melbourne. I have been pondering his message since his visit, and this is the first of a series … Continue reading

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