non-Muslims

Attitude Adjusting On Sliding Scale Of Islam

HERE ARE THOSE WHO THINK the tide has turned on the question of militant Islam, moderate Muslims, and the algebra of just getting along. Some believe as a result of Jack Straw's recent admission of concern over Muslim women's use of veils to cover their faces in British society and PM Tony Blair's call for full discussion on the Muslim conflict with modernity has signalled a sea change in mood for free speech traditions long stymied by the political correctness crowd. Calling out for more common sense, these free speech advocates suggest that the rules of the game seem to...

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The Steady Creep Of Sharia Law Into The West

HIS IS A CHAPTER FROM AN UPCOMING book: Sharia Law for Non-Muslims. The book was designed to be short, only 48 pages. Many people do not want to know anything about Islam, but experience shows that they may have an interest in Islamic law. Since it doesn't make any difference which part of a rope you pick up first, Sharia law is a great way to start learning about the true nature of Islam. CHAPTER 1—Sharia in Europe Today Even a surface study of how and where Islam is operating, succeeding, dismantling and oppressing institutions and day to day lives...


Inspiring A Responsible Creed

creed, confession, symbol, or statement of faith is a stark statement of the shared beliefs of a community, according to the general sensibility. Creeds are not intended to be comprehensive, but to be a summary of core beliefs. The term "creed" can also refer to a person's political or social beliefs, or is sometimes used to mean religious affiliation. William Tyler Page, in 1917, composed The American's Creed: I believe in the United States of America, as a government of the people, by the people, for the people; whose just powers are derived from the consent of the governed; a...