An Iraqi professor who had protested against crimes ISIL committed in Mousel-Iraq was beheaded in front of her children.
ISIL terrorists beheaded “Hanna Al-Baghdadi”, former university professor thursday morning while her family and also her children were watching this brutal crime.
She was accused of posting some notes in her facebook page against ISIL and critised this terrorist group’s activities against innocent people.
The Dhimmi Must Never ComplainÂ
The Muslim Brotherhood may have been forced underground in Egypt today, but that doesn’t mean that Islamic supremacism has been eradicated. Clearly, it is alive and well in Minya, and on the police force. “Minya security assault the Copts at Bani Ahmed East village,” by Naim Youssef, Copts United, October 20, 2014 (thanks to Maged):Robert SpencerÂ /Comments…]Â Continue Reading Â»
Serial BS-Peddler Reza Azlan Lies His A$$ Off
The first thing Muhammad did was kill the Jews and rape their women. And then he sold their children into slavery.
If I never hear the names Reza Aslan and Bill Maher again, that would be just fine with me, but nonetheless, this ongoing controversy is highly illuminating in numerous ways. One thing it exposes is how absolutely one-sided the mainstream media is: after Maher left the reservation, mainstream media publications vied with one another to [Robert Spencer/Â Comments]Â Continue Reading Â»
A Nigerian court has approved banning Muslim headscarves (hijab) at public schools, a ruling that drew the ire of the Muslim community, which has vowed to appeal the decision.
Mustard Outrage Over Ban On Hijabbery
In 2008 the Federal Bureau of Investigation warned the United States that the self-proclaimed “Muslim civil rights” group Council on American–Islamic Relations (CAIR) was really part of the Palestinian terrorist organization the Hamas.
From the Religion of Peace:
How the Muslim World Benefits from ISISÂ Â (Daniel Greenfield)
The game now being played on us is “Good Caliph, Bad Caliph”.
Condemnation Does Not Make IS UnIslamicÂ Â (Molschky)
“If Muslim scholars wish to condemn the violence of ISIS, that is a good thing. But pulling the wool over the eyes of the West is something else entirely.”