A recent development, based on a little known technicality of sharia, yet again underscores how Islamic law is in many ways the antithesis of natural law.
Another tragic story surrounding a Christian household has just surfaced from Egypt.
International agreements that cede key strategic assets in exchange for vague “assurances” of future support are not worth the paper they’re written on.
The Six-Day War essentially created the Palestinians. Before the war, Jordan and Egypt never contemplated creating an independent entity in Judea, Samaria and Gaza.
On the one hand, Doha plays a pivotal role in waging the global jihad against the United States and the free world. On the other hand, it showers them with gifts.
Do Jordan, Egypt or Qatar update Israel on mass events in their territories? Does London, Paris or Madrid receive authorization from Washington for their marches?
“The [Palestinian Supreme] Fatwa Council again emphasized the fatwa banning the sale of real estate and lands to the occupation”
On April 7, 2022, in Egypt, a Muslim man lunged at and viciously stabbed a Christian priest thrice in the neck with a knife; Fr. Arsenius Wadid died soon thereafter. Although the murderer was instantly apprehended by passersby—the crime was committed on a crowded street—Egyptian authorities initially tried to do what their Western counterparts often do: portray […]
What this Jewish holiday is not, or at least shouldn’t be, is an opportunity to bemoan the lack of freedom experienced—or imagined—by all human beings everywhere.
‘Progressive’ Egyptian Newspaper Publishes Fatwa Banning Muslims from Selling Food to ‘Infidels’ (Non-Muslims) During Ramadan
the fatwa concluded that selling food to those who might eat it during the daylight hours of Ramadan was forbidden, “and there is no difference [in this ruling] between the Muslim and the infidel.”