Written by Dr. Andrew Bostom
Three days before the first round of voting began for Egypt’s constitutional referendum on December 15, 2012, Hesham Darwish, from Cairo’s Hadayeq al-Qobba district, summarized the views of those who planned to vote “yes,” and affirm the charter:
Written by Ryan Mauro
Syrian dictator Bashar Assad has privately pledgedto “fight to his last bullet” in his ancestral hometown of Qardaha, vowing, “If I go, none of Syria remains.” The daily pools of blood spilled by his madmen cause hearts to be warmed by signs of Assad’s impending fall, but one Syrian Christian ...
Written by Henrik R. Clausen
The first event of the day was a press conference featuring Sabatina James, an aposstate from Islam who ...
Written by Scott Stewart
On Nov. 25, Boko Haram, an Islamist militant group from northern Nigeria, attacked a church in Jaji, Kaduna state, using two suicide bombers during the church's weekly religious service. The first bomb detonated in a vehicle driven into the church, and the second detonated approximately 10 minutes ...
Written by Y. Mansharof
On September 7, 2012, Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird unexpectedly announced that Ottawa had severed relations with Tehran, and that all Iranian diplomats were being expelled from Canada. He explained that, as of that date, Canada was considering Iran a terror-sponsoring country and formally ...
Written by Raymond Ibrahim
The title of a recent Al Akhbarreport declares: “Morsi summons 3,000 jihadis from Afghanistan, Chechnya, Bosnia, Somalia and Iran to be an Islamic army to strike the police and army forces” of Egypt. According to the report, Ibrahim Ali, a lawyer of various Islamic groups, said that 3,000 leaders ...
Written by Omar Lamrani
The battle for Damascus is raging with increasing intensity while rebels continue to make substantial advances in Syria's north and east. Every new air base, city or town that falls to the rebels further underlines that Bashar al Assad's writ over the country is shrinking. It is no longer ...
Written by Right Side News
The Islamist Boko Haram suspected in rampage in predominantly Christian area
Lagos, December 6 (Open Doors News) — Ten people were killed and four churches burned in two separate Dec. 1 attacks in northeast Nigeria by gunmen suspected to be members of the Boko Haram Islamist group.
Written by James Phillips and Adam Gianella
On Monday, President Obama warned the beleaguered Syrian regime of President Bashar al-Assad not to use chemical weapons against its own people.
“Today I want to make it absolutely clear to Assad and those under his command: The world is watching,” Obama said in a speech at the National ...