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Ten Things To Remember

Originally published on Jihad Watch website on November 24, 2004. IHAD WATCH Board Vice President Hugh Fitzgerald's brilliant and absolutely must-be-read exploration of the very concept of moderate Islam and the existence of moderate Muslims offers ten things to remember: 1. Not only Muslims on every continent, but embedded "islamochristians" objectively promote and push the propagandistic line that disguises the Jihad (evidence of which can be found worldwide), and mislead as to both what prompts that Jihad (not "poverty" or "foreign policy" but the precepts of the belief-system of Islam) and what will sate it (not Kashmir, not Chechnya, not...

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Muslims Against Sharia

he Muslims Against Sharia site appears legitimate, and should it prove to be so, that is, a site erected, maintained, and supported by a growing number of inspired Muslim leaders, indeed would be uplifting news, an excellent supplement to that long-elusive manifestation of concerted actions required to force Islam to meet the West on a sound and logical footing, joining the company of a few other strong and courageous voices out there contradicting the usual "Religion of Peace" deception fed the infidels, such as Islamwatch, another site created by and for ex-Muslims. While we can apprerciate both the perceived and...


Islam Loves Death, But So Did Saint Paul

Well, Tancredo is finally legit with this one. As Robert Spencer put it. "The list just keeps growing. No word yet, however, on any demonstrations planned to wish "dath" on Osama bin Laden or any of the others who have, as we're endlessly told, "hijacked" Islam." And what about the recent words of Barack Obama who suggested that if he were president and he had "actionable" intelligence, he'd send US troops into Pakistan without Musharraf's permission to route out the terrorists? There there were some protests, but mostly from around this country. with Bush and the State Department jumping into...


Moderate Islam Is No Islam

A single voice of reason, Amil Imani, writing for the American Thinker today, has said it best: e humans are torn each day by conflict, sometimes in our profession, other times in our family, sometimes in our country and in the world at large. Human beings are unique. We are driven to search for meaning of things. We want to make sense out of things and find a purpose to continue. I believe that there is an unfathomable Being who is the Fashioner of this universe, including us. We refer to this Being as God, He, and so forth, in...


History Is Plain On Moderates

From the grapevine, with a few added words for emphasis: man whose family was a part of the German aristocracy prior to World War II owned a number of large industries and estates. When asked how many German people were true Nazis, the answer he gave can guide our attitude toward fanaticism. "Very few people were true Nazis, "he said," but many enjoyed the return of German pride, and many more were too busy to care. I was one of those who just thought the Nazis were a bunch of fools. So, the majority just sat back and let it...