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THE US ADMINISTRATION & RADICAL ISLAM – Downplaying the risk or down-right clueless

For while a noticeable trend is taking shape in terms of how the US administration has been responding to any and all acts of terrorism against the US. The usual reaction is that these acts are isolated incidents performed by lone-wolves who are acting on their own behalf and have no ties to an organized […]
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Is the US prepared for the New Middle East? A Dilemma of International Proportion

In the wake of the recent attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, one sobering reality emerged very clearly; the US is not prepared for the new Middle East. Not even close by any stretch of imagination. Many current events and factors are foundational in reaching this heartbreak conclusion. • For starter, the US remains […]
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A Movie about the Prophet of Islam! Here we go again – A Small and Savage Reaction, or a Serious Dilemma!

It was almost a few months ago that the people of Libya were liberated from the 42 reign of tyranny by Gadhafi, thanks to the intervention of the US and Allies, Inc. Celebrations were filling the streets of the many major cities in Libya, and the Americans were held as heroes. Yet today we hear […]
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In Memory of 9/11 – Are We Better Off Today? The Dilemma of Radical Islam Revisited

Eleven years ago a group of 19 radical Muslims hijacked four US airplanes for the purpose of committing suicide missions against key structures, mainly in the Eastern region of the United States. The after math of this ruthless attack was the destruction of both of the World Trade Centers, damage to a section in the […]
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The Dilemma of the Muslim Friday Prayer in Charlotte: A Show of Domination of National Concern

Time and time again the Qur’an, the Muslim’s Holy Book, makes it very clear that the ultimate purpose of Islam is to make the religion supreme and dominate over all other beliefs (including Atheism). The following two verses from the Qur’an serve as an example of such purpose. Q 61:9 “He it is Who has […]
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The Muslim Brotherhood – A Global Threat, a Regional Dilemma

The Muslim Brotherhood not that long ago was an obscure name to the global community until just recently with the unfolding events in Egypt during the Arab Spring revolution. Many are not aware of the existence of this organization which has lasted for over 82 years. Initially, rising as a religious reformation movement, then advancing […]
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Why The Obama Administration is Perfect for The Muslim Brotherhood?

As a former radical Muslim who once had aspirations to fight as a jihadist against the enemies of Allah, I find it disheartening when I hear or read about the many venues of support that the Obama Administration has made in the past or is making available to the Muslim Brotherhood. A radical Islamic group […]
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The Dilemma of Islamic Sharia and Freedom of Expression

Often times we hear the rhetoric that Islamic Sharia Law is compatible with Western democracy and constitutions as the United States’. Many Muslim advocates of Sharia try to promote the notion that Islam provides adequate forms of democracy and freedom. However, the more one explore such claims the more disturbing the findings become. Pakistan for […]
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The Dilemma of Radical Islam in Light of the Arab Spring

Ever since the Spring of 2011and the Middle East has been experiencing an up rise like never before, a movement that earned itself the nick name “Arab Spring”. The results of this unique and unprecedented movement were the toppling of four different regimes which shared a common theme; long-term dictatorship governing modules where people got […]
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The Egyptian Election – Who’s The Winner?

Since the start of the Egyptian revolution in January 2012, which resulted in the ousting of the Mubarak regime, and all eyes and ears are on the hope of establishing a new government to be elected by the Egyptian people for the first time in their history since the fall of its Monarchy over sixty […]
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