Islam

Textbooks Are Pro-Islam, Anti-Christian, Texas State Education Board Finds

Saturday, September 25, 2010
By Paul Martin

Textbooks Are Pro-Islam, Anti-Christian, Texas State Education Board Finds By SARAH NETTER ABCNews.com Students in Texas may be getting a glorified view of Islam, according to some state education leaders who are pushing for a resolution that would denounce social studies textbooks as biased against Christianity. Though the president of conservative-leaning Texas State Board... »

Libyan Dictator Suggests Conversion to Islam while Demanding 5 Billion Euros in Annual Tribute from the European Community

Friday, September 10, 2010
By Paul Martin

Martin Barillas CuttingEdgeNews.com Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi’s visit to Rome was to mark the second anniversary of his country‚Äôs renewed bilateral relationship with Italy, which had once occupied the North African nation. However, at an August 30 lecture in the Eternal City, he appeared to offer Libyan husbands to the hundreds of women assembled... »

Building Mosques on Sacred Sites of Defeated Enemies a Symbol of Conquest

Friday, September 10, 2010
By Paul Martin

by Gabriel Scheinmann Hudson-NY.com The real issue behind the controversy that has erupted over plans to build a 15-story cultural center, mosque and madrassa a few yards from Ground Zero is not only about the mysterious funding behind the Cordoba Center initiative, or whether or not its founders and backers have malign intentions. It... »

Panel of former Muslims say-U.S. needs to “wake up”; overtolerance could hurt USA

Friday, September 10, 2010
By Paul Martin

Anath Hartmann WashingtonTimes.com Apostasy killing of former Muslims could become widespread in the United States if the U.S. government and Americans don’t “wake up,” a panel of three former Muslims said on Capitol Hill Thursday. The talk, hosted by three members of the new civil rights organization Former Muslims United, marked the first public... »