Posts Tagged ‘ terror ’

Remembering the 9-11 Jihad Attack Against America

Sep 11th, 2015 | By

I was on I-395 approaching the 14th Street bridge at the moment Islamic terrorists flew hijacked American Airlines 77 into the Pentagon. At the time I was literally on the phone with an assistant to President Bush talking about the jihad attack in New York City. I had been headed to a press conference in support of the Sudan Peace Act that the White House opposed. The Sudan Peace Act would have punished the Islamic Sudanese government economically for murdering for the continued persecution and mass murder of Christians in the South Sudan.


The Saudi Future, The West And The War On Terrorism

Aug 19th, 2015 | By
In January, 2015 President Barack Obama traveled to Saudi Arabia to pay homage to the new King.

Despite its status as the epicenter of extremism, religious intolerance, corruption, an exporter of lethal dogma, violator of its citizens’ basic human rights and supporter of extremists and terrorists worldwide, the Saudi regime receives praise and respect from Western leaders including President Obama


Tunisia:  Arab Democracy’s Last Best Hope?

Aug 12th, 2015 | By
Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy conference calls attention to the only Arab world democracy and its tenuous state

American-led military campaigns for democratic regime change in Iraq and Libya have failed miserably. Tunisia is Arab democracy’s lone fragile success and illustrates that liberty under law is not amenable to export, but demands indigenous roots. Will the West support the Tunisian experiment?


Ramadan at the White House and Obama’s reality

Aug 3rd, 2015 | By
President Barack Obama hosts an Iftar dinner celebrating Ramadan in the East Room of the White House, June 22, 2015. (Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson)

For Ramadan 2015 President Obama cites several alleged acts of oppression against Muslims in the United States while ignoring that virtually all oppression and terror in the world today is perpetrated by Muslims. Includes White House links


Chairman’s Report for May 29th, 2015

May 29th, 2015 | By

In this issue: Update on our post card program asking congress to stop arming Islamic fighters / Update on our new “boycott Saudi Arabia” program calling attention to human rights abuses in Saudi Arabia and the royal family’s support of terror / Update on our continued efforts to assist Christian families you have fled Iraq and Syria


Children in Mosul Preach Jihad in ISIS Video

Apr 24th, 2015 | By

In ISIL video children are shown preaching Jihad. In it a teenager says: “The cry of faith has become loud inside us, and with it, we shall smash the heads of the infidels.” A new generation of jihadists is being trained thanks to American determination to take down the secular government of Syria.



Apr 8th, 2015 | By
Geert Wilders head the Freedom party in Holland

Strikingly powerful speech on the link to Islamic immigration and terror in Europe by Geert Wilders, the leader of the Party for Freedom, and a member of parliament in Holland. Major Islamic groups have called for his death and there is a bounty on his head by al-Qaeda. He speaks the truth


Challenging Islam’s Warrant to Kill

Apr 7th, 2015 | By

The fundamental problem in Islam today is that the majority of otherwise peaceful and law-abiding Muslims are unwilling to acknowledge, much less to repudiate, the theological warrant for intolerance and violence embedded in their own religious texts.


Huge surge of unscreened Muslims flooding U.S.

Mar 27th, 2015 | By
Muslims are invading Europe and America as part of jihad against the West.

Muslim immigration from dangerous nations is dramatically higher in recent years, and government assurances that immigrants are being properly screened is “a farce,” according to accomplished author and columnist Paul Sperry.


Obama, The Crusades, And The Alternate Liberal Reality

Mar 1st, 2015 | By
Obama attacks Christian history at prayer breakfast. (Photo from White House Internet site)

Even if Barack Obama refuses to believe it Christianized nations were the first in the world to abolish slavery, usually as in England, without violence or war. Slavery was not officially abolished in Saudi Arabia until 1962. In reality, slavery still exists to some extent in much of the Islamic world