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How John Quincy Adams felt about Muslims

Bill Federer recalls warnings, truths about brutal religion On Feb. 21, 1848, “Old Man Eloquent” John Quincy Adams suffered a stroke at his desk in the House chamber. He had just given an impassioned speech against the Democrat plan to expand slavery into the Western territories acquired after the Mexican-American War. He died 2 days… Read More »

Christian Love Gone Wrong – “I’m a Christian and I LOVE the Qur’an”

“I believe that this article reveals the growing ignorance of Scripture among professing Christians in America today. The message of salvation through Christ alone is the foundation of Christianity.” Timothy Jerry By Kade Hawkins “I’m a Christian and I LOVE the Qur’an” reads the sign of Jordan Denari, a Christian woman protesting Islamophobia at a… Read More »

Why Do Muslims Flock to the “Evil West”?

Gatestone Institute / Burak Bekdil “The tragedy of the Palestinians,” Jordan’s (late) King Abdullah wrote in his memoirs, “was that most of their leaders had paralyzed them with false and unsubstantiated promises that they were not alone; that 80 million Arabs and 400 million Muslims would instantly and miraculously come to their rescue.” Decades later,… Read More »

Islamic Education Infiltrating Public Schools

Ruth Odia Share this article Pamela Geller, author of the book Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance, has reported alarming recent accounts by parents whose children have been bringing home Social Studies homework that introduces them to Islam. Parents are frantic as they discover public schools all over America are… Read More »

An Open Letter To Moderate Muslims

by Michael Brown Al-Qaeda. The Taliban. Boko Haram. The Islamic State. Islamic Jihad. Hamas. Christians being beheaded. Muslims slaughtering Muslims. Schoolgirls being kidnapped. Schoolboys being burned alive. These are the images of Islam that we see on the news day and night, but we are told repeatedly that this does not represent true Islam. Instead,… Read More »