Posts Tagged ‘ground zero’

Four days ago, on August 13, 2010, President Obama hosted an iftar dinner at the White House as other past Presidents have done. After some time of digesting his speech, I have just a few simple comments that I feel the need to share. For the full text of his speech, see this article at […]

The following article appeared on the opinion page of the Washington Post, Sunday August 8, 2010. I will let the author’s words speak for her. The author is a Muslim woman from Iran, now living in the U.S. A Muslim victim of 9/11: ‘Build your mosque somewhere else’ By Neda Bolourchi I have no grave […]

From Islamist Watch by David J. Rusin In a saner world, the¬†terrorist ties and Islamist agenda of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) would render it politically untouchable, with candidates for office shunning the organization and chastising those rare opponents who back it. Controversies from two ongoing election campaigns offer provocative hints that such a […]

From American Thinker and Campus Watch by Stephen Schwartz American Thinker August 3, 2010 John L. Esposito, professor of religion and international affairs and director of the Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding at Georgetown University, is America’s best-known¬†apologist for Saudi Wahhabism, the Turkish fundamentalist Justice and Development Party (AKP), and Islamist ideologies […]

The Northeast Intelligence Network recently released an extensive investigative report on the behind-the-scenes events surrounding the Cordoba House Islamic Center, otherwise known as the Ground Zero Mosque, just a few hundred feet from where 19 Islamic jihadi warriors brought down the World Trade Center towers. In this must-read report you will gain insight and learn […]

David Wood of Acts17 Apologetics examines the implications of the proposed mosque at Ground Zero and wonders: “Is this something that has been planned for quite some time, given photographs that were passed around the Muslim community post 9-11?”

I like this man. Even though he does not live in the United States, but instead is a British citizen, he seems to have a greater sense of patriotism to the US than many Americans. Those who think we ought to be tolerant and allow the mosque to be built should see how far they […]