Ayad Jamal Al-dinÂ is a prominent Iraqi intellectual, politician and religious cleric and former member of the Iraqi parliament.
Here’s the transcript, viaÂ MEMRI:
As the global Islamic jihad against Christianity and Christians continues to rage and escalate, will Christian leaders in the West finally wake up to the reality of it? Or will they continue to deceive themselves into thinking that if they keep quiet about it, their “dialogue” with Muslim leaders in the West will finally bear […]Continue Reading Â»
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria aspires to establish a single Islamic state, ruled by a caliph, that includes not just Iraq and Syria, but Kuwait, Lebanon, Jordan, Cyprus, parts of Turkey, and Israel. So it is not surprising that a group linked to it would be participating in jihad attacks in Israel. And […]Continue Reading Â»
How ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi became the world’s most powerful jihadist leader
The murkiness of the photo of the man who calls himselfÂ Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is appropriate. Though he’s “the world’s most dangerous man”Â to Time magazine and theÂ “the new bin Laden”Â toÂ Le Monde, the man who orchestrated the sacking of northern Iraq’s largest city and today controls a nation-size swath of land,Â is a relatively unknown and enigmatic figure.
Undated file picture released Jan. 29, 2014, by the official Web site of Iraq’s Interior Ministry claiming to show Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the head of the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. (Iraqi Interior Ministry via AP) Â WaPo
“The Islamist extremist some are now calling the most dangerous man in the world had a few parting words to his captors as he was released from the biggest U.S. detention camp in Iraq in 2009. ‘He said, “I’ll see you guys in New York.”‘ And who knows? The way things are going, maybe he […]Continue Reading Â»