Raymond Ibrahim “Crucified Again”

May 24th, 2013

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Two thousand years after St. Stephen, the first Christian martyr, was stoned to death for his faith, Christians are once again being systematically persecuted on a large scale and with lethal cruelty.

Their antagonists? Adherents of radical Islam.

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Scholar Raymond Ibrahim writes, in “Crucified Again,” that the violent persecution of Christians by Muslims is now a global human rights crisis.

But he says it has received little attention in the mainstream press.

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Phyllis Schlafly “No Higher Power”

July 25th, 2012

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President Barack Obama is at war — and his enemy is religious liberty, says longtime conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly.

In her new book “No Higher Power” Schlafly says there has never been a U.S. presidential administration so convinced that there is “no higher power than itself.”

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Schlafly claims the evidence is all around us — an attempt to ban Bibles from miulitary hospitals. defiance of the Defense of Marriage Act, an open assault on conscience protections for pro-life doctors and nurses — but she says that evidence has been largely ignored by the mainstream media.

And Schlafly warns, it’s only going to be worse in a second Obama term.

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Deborah Scroggins “Wanted Women”

February 1st, 2012

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Two young women who, at first glance, could not be more opposite from each other, actually have much in common, says the veteran journalist who has written a dual biography of them.

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Deborah Scroggins‘s book “Wanted Women” illuminates an entire generation of Muslims through the lives of activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali and religious extremist Aafia Siddiqui.

One is a martyr, the other a she-devil — but who’s who depends entirely on whom you’re asking.

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Siddiqui was branded “Lady al-Qaeda” for her involvement with extremist factions. Hirsi Ali has defiantly renounced the Muslim fundamentalism in which she was raised, to become a darling of the anti-Islam extremists.

Scroggins says she came to this story through a coincidence of sorts….

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Irfan Husain “Fatal Faultlines”

December 29th, 2011

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Why do so many of the world’s Muslims hate America? Indian-born, Pakistani-raised journalist Irfan Husain uses that simple but plaintive question as the jumping off point for his new book “Fatal Faultlines.” Indeed, Husain takes the question and runs with it, unafraid of offending either the West or the Muslim community in exposing the misconceptions each harbors about the other.

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Husain says if we can agree there are at least two sides to every disagreement, the least we need to be able to do is understand the mindset of people whose hearts and mind have been lost by the West and the United States.

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Robert Spencer “The Truth About Muhammad”

November 15th, 2006

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A common refrain since 9/11 among western politicians and pundits is that Islam is a religion of peace, and that the attacks on America represented a perversion of the principles of Muhammad.

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Now, though, drawing on sources that Muslims themselves consider most reliable about Muhammad, author Robert Spencer draws a very different conclusion. His book is called “The Truth About Muhammad.” And Spencer says the truth is, the religion of Muhammad justifies jihad and terrorism.

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