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November 2, 2015
How realistic is a call to Christians, Jews, and Muslims to unite together against secular humanism, materialism, and immorality?
September 24, 2015
IRD Board Member Mateen Elass blogs about the President siding with a “Muslim student of color” over against school and law enforcement authorities. Did he further drive a wedge of division into elements of our society with regard to race and Islam?
November 14, 2014
For the first time, the Episcopal Church’s Washington National Cathedral has hosted a Muslim service of Friday prayers at the landmark national church.
November 14, 2014
One wonders how far the Cathedral will go to accommodate the service. Will they remove the Cross?
June 18, 2014
A Palestinian woman convicted of a 1969 bombing in Jerusalem caught by the FBI on immigration fraud is the latest cause celebre.
May 24, 2014
Meriam Ishag, a Christian, was sentenced to death for apostasy in Sudan. Her Muslim brother turned her in because of “honor.”
May 2, 2014
Islamists and their misguided interfaith allies think Americans can’t handle the truth about the jihadist motivation behind 9/11.
April 24, 2014
When Bin Laden was killed, the Muslim American Society defended his goal of creating an Islamic state in Afghanistan.
April 23, 2014
Mohamed Elibiary is openly pro-Muslim Brotherhood. He takes issue with the Copts support for El-Sisi, calling it ‘immoral.’
March 25, 2014
“Before I came to Israel, I saw the conflict as a David and Goliath scenario with Israel being Goliath and the Arabs as David. Now I understand that it’s the opposite …”
February 14, 2014
Shoulder-to-Shoulder, an interfaith coalition allied with the Islamic Society of North America, is mobilizing its supporters against state legislation that stops foreign law from superseding the Constitution. The Islamists’ non-Muslim allies are helping frame it as an unnecessary, bigoted initiative that threatens all people of faith.
January 22, 2014
“Courage Muslim Brothers/You do not walk alone/We will walk with you/And sing your spirit home,” sang demonstrators inside a National Museum of American History atrium during a January 11, 2014, protest calling for closure of Guantanamo Bay’s terrorist detention facility. The demonstration displayed an inverted morality naively proclaiming terrorist detainees innocent while condemning American national defense measures at Joint Task Force Guantanamo (JTF-GTMO).