Archive for the ‘Violence’ Category

This past Sunday, Devin Kelley gunned down 26 members of the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Texas and injured 20 more. Sutherland Springs is a small town, the church was a centerpiece, and the number killed and injured represented nearly half the members. The media has been covering the story in all the major […]

Reposted from Front Page Magazine, by Eric Bell. [Editor’s note: The article below is written by Eric Allen Bell, a filmmaker who was recently banned from blogging at  the “Daily Kos” because he wrote three articles that ran afoul of the mindset there, specifically naming “Loonwatch.com” as a “terrorist spin control network.” Frontpage invited him to […]

By Raymond Ibrahim. Originally posted in the Middle East Forum here. Earlier this month in the West Bank, “settlers attempted to burn two mosques, and vandalized an IDF base as part of the latest ‘price tag’ attacks. The attacks came in response to the demolition of three buildings earlier this week in the West Bank settlement […]

What do the following verses from the Quran have in common? Note that I am taking the liberty of quoting from several English translations, lest someone accuse me of cherry picking one particular translation to fit a certain agenda. I prefer to let the Quran speak for itself, rather than forcing an idea by choosing […]

The following is a response to an opinion piece published September 9, 2011 and published online. For background behind the comments below, please read the entire article here. The writer makes a number of errors. He either is intentionally misleading those who know little about Islam, or he himself is ignorant of the historical roots […]

By Tawfik Hamid The recent terror act in Norway by Anders Behring Breivik is -without doubt- a heinous and an evil act. This attack cannot be ignored as it may herald the very early stages of serious communal conflict or worse in Europe. At the same time, what conclusions does it merit? The attack does illustrate […]