Written by Cliff Kincaid
Al Jazeera is under scrutiny for subversion in Egypt, and facing a mutiny from its own reporters over supporting the Muslim Brotherhood there. But The Washington Post assures us in a story that the channel’s official launch in the United States is on August 20, and its coverage, will be different.
Written by Walid Shoebat
The removal of Mohammed Mursi from power in Egypt has garnered some interesting reactions from individuals in the U.S. who either belong to Muslim Brotherhood groups or have expressed sympathies for them. One such individual is a Mohamed Elibiary, who has been expressing via twitter, bitter ...
Written by John Rossomando
The Investigative Project on Terrorism
Millions of Egyptians are in the streets demanding the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood regime in Egypt for their totalitarian theocratic policies. But many of America's leading Islamists are sticking by Morsi and condemning the ...
Written by David J. Rusin
Islamist Watch (IW) maintains an extensive archive of news items on nonviolent Islamism in the Western world. The complete collection can be found here; lists organized by topic are accessible on the right side of the IW homepage.
Written by Steven Emerson and John Rossomando
An Investigative Project on Terrorism Report
Radical Egyptian cleric Yusuf Qaradawi is considered so radical that the United States bans him from entering the country.
Qaradawi, considered the spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood movement, has called for the killing of Jews and Americans.
Written by Right Side News
A federal judge in Chicago has dismissed an imam's claim that the Illinois State Police (ISP) discriminated against him when it rescinded the imam's appointment to be a volunteer chaplain.
Kifah Mustapha's appointment as the ISP's first Muslim chaplain was reversed after the Investigative Project ...
Written by Baron Bodissey
Middle Tennessee is the epicenter of the American resistance to Islamization. Anti-sharia volunteers are thick on the ground in Nashville and its environs, and they are very vocal in effective in their work. The political class and the local media generally toe the multicultural/dhimmi line, but ...
Written by Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff
“Death Can Be Silent – The Present State of Free Speech in the U.S., Europe and Beyond”
Ahavath Torah Congregation, Boston, June 17, 2013
Ladies and Gentlemen,
I am here tonight to discuss the ominous and growing threat to free speech in the Europe, the United States, and the rest of the Western ...
Written by Bill Warner
The Muslim Brotherhood was handed a tactical defeat on June 4, 2013 in Manchester, TN. The FBI and DOJ (Department of Justice) appeared at a meeting called by AMAC (American Muslim Advisory Council -- Muslim Brotherhood) in Manchester, TN. It was to include a talk by a US Assistant Attorney General ...