May 2008 Entries
So says the Church of England's official newspaper (via Jihad Watch--the original C.O.E. link doesn't seem to be available):
The suspect is a white convert to Islam who may have prior mental health issues. Not sure why the mainstream media has ignored this story, but here goes, from the Guardian:
And when they say they want to see the end of Israel, and they want to see it happen with no, um, preconditions. From IRNA:
As planned, Sinclair Community College will be playing host to the radical cleric Sheikh Khalid Yasin tonight. As I wrote on Tuesday, Yasin is notorious (across several continents, no less) for his anti-Semitic, anti-American views and his support of wife beating and the murder of homosexuals. His appearance is being sponsored by a local mosque, Masjid at-Taqwa. I contacted the mosque via phone and e-mail for an explanation as to why they would sponsor someone like Yasin. I didn'
This Friday night, May 16th, Sheikh Khalid Yasin will speak at Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio. The title of his lecture is 'Survival of the Community Means Change" (see the event flyer here). Who is Khalid Yasin, and why is this relevant? Here's a sampling of his positions, courtesy of Patrick Poole of Central Ohioans Against Terrorism, who broke this story:
John Bolton is the former U.S. Amassador to the United Nations, where he made some much-needed waves with his unapologetic criticism of America's enemies, not to mention of the UN itself. Bolton says its time to neutralize Iran's terrorist training camps, whch the U.S. military says are producing jihadists who are killing American troops in Iraq. Here's more:
The Investigative Project on Terrorism has obtained two government memos that outline a new strategy in the War on Terror. Basically, it all comes down to language. Words like "jihadist" and "Islamofascist"--which used to be peppered throughout President Bush's speeches--look to be on their way out. Terms like "violent extremist" and, simply, "terrorist" are in. Bear in mind that Bin Laden, al-Zawahiri and their Al-Qaeda ilk descri
Last year, the Islamic Society of North America--or ISNA--was named an unindicted co-conspirator in a federal terrorism case. Now the group is receiving a grant from the U.S. government.