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The Rise and Threat of Radical Islam: An Interview with Brigitte Gabriel

The Rise and Threat of Radical Islam: An Interview with Brigitte Gabriel

With so much media attention in this country focused on the presidential race and the Supreme Court’s ruling on ObamaCare, not enough attention is being paid to much of what is going on in the Middle East, and at the United Nations. Egypt has recently chosen as its next president Mohamed Morsi, who ...

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Spotlight on Iran (Week of June 27-July 4, 2012)

Spotlight on Iran (Week of June 27-July 4, 2012)
  • Oil embargo comes into effect; Iran continues to show resolve
  • Iran's public and media discourse increasingly concerned with continuing price increases
  • What is the Islamic historical parallel to Iran's current situation?
  • President gets into political confrontation with critics and top clerics over ...

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Hizbollah in South America's Tri-Border: The Genesis

Hizbollah in South America's Tri-Border: The Genesis

In October 1987 Paraguayan residents were surprised to read in La Tarde, Asuncion’s afternoon newspaper, that plans were afoot to open a huge section of the Paraguayan Chaco to 500 Muslim families. Paraguayans with some knowledge of the isolated Chaco, and the difficulty the settlers would ...

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Egypt: "Unknown Assailants" Attack and Plunder Christian Youth

Tuesday, July 3nd, three "unknown assailants" in al-Minya, Egypt, attacked two Coptic Christian youths with knives and robbed them of 1,300 pounds, before fleeing the scene. While this incident may be dismissed as a mere crime inspired by plunder, there is little doubt that the victims were ...

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Protest Movements as Political Strategy

Protest Movements as Political Strategy

Recent protests throughout Sudan are the latest in an ongoing trend of protest movements around the world, from Muslim Brotherhood supporters in Egyptto oil workers in Norway and opposition parties in Thailand. Protests have proved an effective strategy against autocratic regimes, political ...

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Terrorism and Persecution of Christians in India, June 2012

Terrorism and Persecution of Christians in India, June 2012

Karnataka, India, June 29 (CDN) — Police arrested three Christians on charges of “abetment of a thing” in Hubli, after Hindu extremists verbally abused them and seized tracts from them on June 21. The Global Council of Indian Christians (GCIC) reported that at about 2:30 p.m. Pastor Manju ...

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Iran Will Have Nukes, Regardless of Sanctions

Iran Will Have Nukes, Regardless of Sanctions

Tehran's Response To The Intensification Of Sanctions: A Determined Stance On The Nuclear Issue, Controlled Threat In 'Great Prophet 7' Missile Exercise, Threats Of Terrorism

With the looming intensification of Western sanctions against Iranian oil and Iran's central bank, which went into effect ...

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Kenyan Churches Attacked by Muslims; Worshippers Gunned Down as They Fled

Kenyan Churches Attacked by Muslims;  Worshippers Gunned Down as They Fled

At least 17 dead, among them 3 children

Garissa, Kenya, July 2 (Compass Direct News) — Attackers with guns and hand-grenades killed at least 17 people and wounded scores more during worship services at two churches Sunday in Kenya.

Three of those killed were children. Two were police officers ...

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Muslim Persecution of Christians: May, 2012

Muslim Persecution of Christians: May, 2012

"Death to Christians!"
Elsewhere in Sub-Sahara Africa, wherever Christianity and Islam meet, Christians are being killed, slaughtered, beheaded and even crucified. 

Unlike those nations, such as Saudi Arabia, that have eliminated Christianity altogether, Muslim countries with significant ...

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