Islam

Exposing Islam’s “necromancy” doctrine risks Al-Azhar scholar’s professorship

By | 2018-03-30T22:10:20+00:00 October 29th, 2017|Op-Eds|

necromancy In the middle of last month, while Al-Azhar denounced a liberal law in Tunisia, the Institute created a national scandal within Egypt Al-Azhar Institute is scrambling to protect and defend the Islamic faith, its traditions and foundational beliefs – clamping down on Islamic scholars who reveal truths that will damage Islam’s position

Imam who called to kill Jews ‘one by one’ won’t be prosecuted

By | 2017-09-17T00:36:20+00:00 September 17th, 2017|Islam, News|

Quebec court rules Montreal imam who asked Allah to ‘destroy the Jews’ will not be prosecuted because 'too much time elapsed.' By JTA – Arutz Sheva Quebec prosecutors will not file hate crimes charges against an imam for saying at a Montreal mosque that he prayed for Allah to “destroy the accursed Jews.” In a November

Examining the “Ten Truths about Jihad”

By | 2017-09-09T15:37:15+00:00 September 9th, 2017|Op-Eds|

Qurans - (Reuters) The Muslim Reform Movement's attempts to represent a merciful, inclusive Islam are best called Fantasy Islam. Learn what the Koran says here. By Dr. Stephen M. Kirby – Arutz Sheva The Muslim Reform Movement (MRM) was founded in early December 2015 in Washington DC by a small group of aspiring

Egyptian youths escape Sharia inferno

By | 2016-09-13T13:44:20+00:00 September 13th, 2016|Op-Eds|

Mocking Islam or mocking the prophet of Islam spells doom. In Egypt you will be arrested, home and property confiscated, and coerced to “force emigrate” from your town. Then count on a five-year prison term. This was exactly the penalty for four Coptic Christian school boys, ages 14 through 17, and their teacher.    Modernity

There is no “radical Islam” and there is also no “moderate Islam”

By | 2015-11-12T19:41:21+00:00 November 12th, 2015|Op-Eds|

Beginning more or less with 9/11, the expression "radical Islam" became the accepted way for the media, politicians and public to define the religious and ideological foundations of Islam-based violence when referring to what the world calls "terror."  This expression was meant to be contrasted with "moderate Islam" which presents Muslims as ordinary people who

Facebook Atheist Risking Jail Seeks to Flee Egypt

By | 2015-03-09T16:08:53+00:00 March 9th, 2015|News|

Karim al-Banna, who on Monday could hear an appeal court uphold his three-year jail term for "insulting" Islam with his atheism, wishes he could live anywhere but his native Egypt.   "All I want now is to leave Egypt. Life is not possible for atheists here," the 23-year-old engineering student told AFP from his home

PA Cleric on TV Calls Jews ‘Apes and Pigs, Slaves of Deities’

By | 2015-02-08T15:08:48+00:00 February 8th, 2015|Islam|

While the Palestinian Authority (PA) is commonly touted in international circles as a "moderate" alternative to its unity partner Hamas, a PA cleric's sermon broadcast on official PA TV last Friday put any doubts about the organization's virulent Islamic anti-Semitism to rest.   Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) exposed and translated the sermon made on the

Muslim Scholars Call to ‘Kill and Crucify’ ISIS Terrorists

By | 2015-02-05T12:10:57+00:00 February 5th, 2015|News|

Al-Azhar, Sunni Islam's most prestigious center of learning, has called for the killing and crucifixion of terrorists from the Islamic State group (ISIS), expressing outrage over their murder of a Jordanian pilot.   In a statement after the burning alive of Maaz al-Kassasbeh, the Cairo-based authority called for the "killing, crucifixion and chopping of the

Only Israel, Not Europe, Can Stand Up to Islam

By | 2015-01-30T03:14:02+00:00 January 30th, 2015|Op-Eds|

France's puerile educational response - and for that matter, Europe's general response - to the Charlie Hebdo and supermarket massacres, is worse than useless.   That the French ruling class had understood little or nothing of the massacres at Charlie Hebdo and at the kosher supermarket in Paris could have already been easily guessed.  The

What al-Sisi Didn’t say at Al-Azhar University

By | 2015-01-20T04:54:34+00:00 January 20th, 2015|Op-Eds|

Once Islam led the world in intellectual and cultural activity, as well as economic and military power. Then it closed its doors.   In an extraordinary speech (translated on Raymond Ibrahim’s blog and virtually unnoticed by the world media) delivered on New Year’s Day by Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to the religious imams of