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The Price Of Compromise, The Wages Of Influence

The Price of Compromise"Some cultures do not compromise. Take the example of Islam. Islam is now culture, now religion, now political system and now race. It can be anything, depending on the situation. However, Islam cannot change. You cannot water it down, reform it or modernize it. The Qu'ran is emphatic that Islam is perfect (Q: 5:3). No Muslim will tolerate reforming his religion that was perfected by God. Consequently, the only culture that will have to give in to the point of extinction will be the Western culture." —Ali Sina The Wages of Influence"One facet of this sad disagreement,...

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China Cracks Down On Many Aspects Of Islam

he Chinese government is attempting to limit prayer time and areas of worship for practicing Muslims in the northwestern part of the nation, which some see as an effort to control the growth of Islam. China officially outlaws most religious practices within its borders. Posted signs outside some mosques reportedly direct Muslims not to go longer than one half-hour in prayer and also not to pray outside of them, as well. Khotan residents are also prohibited from worshipping at moques outside of their town, reportedly angering some citizens. People who are upset with the rules do not express their concerns,...


A Mass Psychosis Of Alienation On The Rampage in Europe

n armory of moxy Muslims demonstrate in Bern centre urging the public Islamization of the Swiss Confederation. Imagine if George Bush had said this about his own allegiance towards evangelical Christianity. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad stated Tuesday from Iran that rule of Islam on mankind is the only way for salvation of human beings. "There is no truth on earth but monotheism and following tenets of Islam and there is no way for salvation of mankind but rule of Islam over mankind," an unplacated Ahmadinejad said in a meeting with Afghan Sunni and Shiite ulama at Iranian Embassy in Kabul. President Ahmadinejad...


Listening To Americans Staying Alert

Listening to ordinary Americans told to stay alert is often overlooked by the powers of the air. The following first-hand report from reporter Annie Jacobsen is not unique, but it is important to note. She has since written a book describing her "probing" experience. There have since been many similar probes, which we never hear about in the mainstream media. So be diligent and do your homework. As Ms. Jacobsen puts it: "there's no one looking out for us." n June 29, 2004, at 12:28 p.m., I flew on Northwest Airlines flight #327 from Detroit to Los Angeles with my...