Posts Tagged ‘ft hood’

by Cinnamon Stillwell American Thinker November 15, 2009 Reposted from the Middle East Forum In the wake of the horrific attack at the Fort Hood military base in Texas earlier this month, and the mounting evidence that the shooter, Major Nidal Malik Hasan, was motivated by Islamist beliefs, the media has turned to Middle East […]

In an article in the December 5, 2009 issue of World Magazine, author Lynn Vincent hits the nail on the head: U.S. analysts, constrained by politics, are loath to conclude and publicize what the facts already show: that jihadist Muslims who state that they kill non-Muslims because their religious ideology demands it are in fact […]

In a recent post on WorldNetDaily, author David Kupelian asked a very pointed and timely question: What is behind Americans politically correct love of Islam? The opinion piece is very well written and deserves to be reposted, so here is a portion. Follow the link at the bottom to read the entire article. WHAT’S BEHIND […]

Last evening I got into a bit of a discussion on Facebook with someone who had a mutual friend with me. He was decrying all the ‘right-wingers’ who were attempting to label the shooting at Ft. Hood as an act of jihad perpetrated by a lone gunman. His position was that it was not jihad […]