Source: Raymond Ibrahim, May 9, 2022 Two stories of Coptic Christian women disappearing off the streets of Egypt that surfaced around the same time in the month of Ramadan, April, 2022, are a testimony to the ongoing prevalence of this phenomenon. On April 11, Simone Adel Isaac, a 15-year-old Coptic girl,...
Source: Raymond Ibrahim, May 10, 2022 On April 24, 2022, the grand imam of Islam’s most prestigious university, Al Azhar, delivered an address before the heads of state, with Egyptian President al-Sisi sitting in the front row.  This occurred during state-level celebrations of Laylat al-Qadr (the “Night of Power”), which, in Islamic...
Source: FAIR, By Amy Mek, April 15, 2022 A knife-wielding man described as “mentally ill” stabbed to death a 56-year-old Coptic priest, Alexandria Arsanious Wadid, at the popular seaside promenade in the northern city of Alexandria. On the evening of April 7, the 60-year-old man stabbed Walid several times in the...
Source: RAIR, By Amy Mek, April 16, 2022 On Thursday and Good Friday, Rasmus Paludan, the leader of the Danish Stram Kurs political party, scheduled protests in Sweden against Islamic Supremacy. Paludan organized demonstrations in some of the country’s most dangerous, immigrant-dense areas, widely considered no-go-zones. These protests, which coincide with...
Source: Todd Starnes, March 9, 2022 A Guantanamo Bay detainee accused of trying to join the 9/11 hijackers was sent to Saudi Arabia for “treatment for mental illness,” the Pentagon announced Monday. Mohammad Mani Ahmad al-Qahtani has been held in the Cuba-based prison since 2002. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin informed Congress last...
Source: American Thinker, By Raymond Ibrahim, February 24, 2022 The history of Islam and the West has been one of unwavering antagonism and seismic clashes, often initiated by the followers of Muhammad.  By the standards of history, nothing between the two forces is as well documented as this long war.  Accordingly, for more...
Source: Jihad Watch, By Christine Douglass-Williams, January 21, 2022 Jihad Watch covered the fact that Malik Faisal Akram, the jihadi who was shot dead after taking four people hostage at a Texas synagogue, was investigated by MI5 to assess his level of security threat. Investigators at MI5 concluded that he posed no...
Source: Jihad Watch, By Clare Lopez, January 21, 2022 In the wake of the turbulence surrounding the 15 January 2022 Texas synagogue attack, it may be useful to take a step backward to review those events from a broader strategic perspective. John Guandolo at Understanding the Threat has done an excellent job...
Source: Frontpage Mag, By Raymond Ibrahim, November 26, 2021 Sad and ugly truths. On a recent night, four young Muslim migrants from Morocco appeared out of the darkness and surrounded a 30-year-old woman in northern Spain. “Let’s see how we destroy that beautiful face,” they cried, before punching her several times, wounding...
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Source: Jihad Watch, Robert Spencer, September 21, 2021 At least Daniel Haqiqatjou is honest, unlike so many other Islamic apologists in the West. And though many do dissemble to lull Westerners into complacency regarding Sharia, others have been forthright about this as well. According to Islamic law, Muslim men can take...