Frank Gaffney, head of the Center for Security Policy (CSP) is urging Congressman Mike Rogers (R-MI) to remove himself as a keynote speaker at an awards dinner to honor Muslims Faisal Rauf and his wife Daisy Khan. The dinner is being hosted by the International Center for Religion and Diplomacy (ICRD), which has ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.
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North Korea and Iran are working on developing EMP capabilities that will be used to destroy America. Such an attack would render our nation vulnerable to invasion from both Islamist and Communist nations. America’s constitutional freedoms would be wiped out and millions would die of starvation, riots, and police state rule.
In this issue: Obama’s man in Egypt tossed out / Obama’s proxy war on Christians / Senator Cruz: don’t arm Syrian terrorists / Islamic terrorists who wish to kill us / No tax dollars for jihadists / Christian hater has influence with Pentagon / Syria: Towns face mass murder by rebels / Egypt – Many Christian girls kidnapped under Morsi rule / China: Muslims kill another 27 people
William J. Murray, the chairman of the Religious Freedom Coalition, along with Frank Gaffney of the Center for Security Policy and author Bill Federer, will lead a tour to Israel that will include a visit to an IDF base, the Golan Heights and the West Bank. Join them in a once in a lifetime journey combining a Biblical tour with a fact finding mission on Middle East security.
A once in a lifetime mission led by William J. Murray, William Federer and Frank Gaffney, all three experts on Israel and Islamic affairs. Not a standard “tour,” the mission includes visits to settlements and military bases plus evening panels. Panelists will include members of the Knesset as well as ambassador level officials. The mission leaves on April 29th, 2013. Space will be limited because of the nature of the mission.
In this issue: Obama says military chaplains must recognize same-sex marriage / Obama orders military chaplains to violate federal and state laws / New ad points to Obama attacks on religious freedom / Congressman Todd Akin’s work to protect rights of military chaplains / Groups fight Eric Holder’s attempt to expand Internet gambling to state lotteries / Taxpayers paying for abortions for illegal immigrants / Muslim voters control keys to power in Europe / Bowing to Islam, France bans port form government buildings
The Obama administration has been working behind the scenes to do as its Islamist friends have demanded by shutting down the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom. It has enlisted for this purpose Senator Dick Durbin, the Senate’s Number 2 Democrat. Sen. Durbin is not only perfectly placed to do the deed stealthily. He has his own close associations with a number of the Brotherhood’s top fronts and operatives in his home state of Illinois, in Washington and elsewhere across the country.
The Constitution or Sharia; Preserving Freedom Conference Just Two Days Away — Attendance Exceeds All ExpectationsNov 9th, 2011 | By wjmurray
According to William J. Murray, chairman of the Sharia Awareness Action Network (www.shariafreeusa.com), the conference organizer, yesterday, registrations passed 350. Between the day and evening sessions, close to 500 are expected to attend. When the venue was the Hutton Hotel, which breached its contract with the conference, fewer than 200 were expected.
IN THIS ISSUE: Date set for Constitution or Sharia Conference / Obama Administration to fight “Islamophobia” by eliminating free speech / Obama wants more jobs (in Saudi Arabia) / Senator Lieberman says Obama too concerned about offending Muslims / Muslims go after coloring book depicting 9-11 attacks / Muslim Brotherhood in America / Final Ramadan body count 785/ More Christian persecution in Norway
IN THIS ISSUE: Barack Obama, the friend of sharia / An Egyptian democracy? / Will Congress defund Planned Parenthood / FCC to kill free speech / Social conservatives and CPAC / The liberal media has second thoughts on the mosque / Indonesian mobs destroy churches / Freedom on trial in Europe