Before the “progressive” Left began tearing down American monuments, they tried to use the Founding Fathers’ names to their advantage.
Matters eventually turned around in Damask’s favor; his interim chancellor publicly apologized for “the uneven manner in which this was handled and for our lack of full consideration for our professor’s right of academic freedom.”
“Disappointing … ashamed … outrageous”: These are words better applied to the deceitful doctrine of taqiyya itself and those who would whitewash it—not those who expose it.
Western secular minds would do well to stop projecting their own exclusively materialistic paradigms onto jihadis
Does Islam itself promote hostility for and violence against non-Muslims, or are all the difficulties between the West and Islam based on secondary factors—from “radical” interpretations of Islam, to economics and grievances?
Recently I explained how, by Muslims’ own (inadvertent) logic, various Koran verses stand to be banned on the basis that they defame and incite violence against non-Muslims.
Saleh Ali and all his fellow colonists know that the European authorities can’t and won’t resist them. Because they would rather tolerate terrorists than tolerate those who tell the truth about Islam.
This year’s Christmas season has been marked by Islam-related controversies in nearly every European country.
As the Islamic State explained in the aforementioned article, regardless of any and all appeasement offered by the non-Muslim, “we would continue to hate you because our primary reason for hating you will not cease to exist until you embrace Islam.
“In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Compassionate,” a terrorist declares on the Flight 93 cockpit recording.