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  • First Muslim College in US to Gain Accreditation

    03/12/2015 7:16:16 AM PDT · by PROCON · 25 replies
    breitbart ^ | March 11, 2015 | William Bigelow
    The Western Association of Schools and Colleges has bestowed “initial accreditation” on Zaytuna College, a Muslim institution in Berkeley, California, making it the first accredited Muslim college in the nation. The association will permit the college to offer an accredited “Bachelor of Arts in Islamic Law and Theology,” according to the College Fix. The president of Zaytuna College, Hamza Yusuf, celebrated the Western Association’s decision, writing on the college’s website: Five years ago, we introduced an undergraduate liberal arts program inspired by the idea of restoring the holistic education that had been offered in the great teaching centers of Islamic...
  • Frank Gaffney Needs Our Support...Getting the Right Back on Track in the Battle with Islamofascism

    03/11/2010 1:34:14 PM PST · by Ooh-Ah · 11 replies · 398+ views
    Newsreal ^ | 2010 March 11 | David Swindle
    Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, we have a problem. Let’s review the evidence:Exhibit A: Conservative icon Sarah Palin endorses Rand Paul for one of Kentucky’s Senate seats. The son of notorious non-interventionist Congressman Ron Paul is on record as describing his foreign policy views as “very, very similar” to his father’s. Exhibit B: Ron Paul wins the Straw poll at CPAC. (More a symbolic victory than a substantive one given that he netted the votes of less than 10% of CPAC attendees but never the less the victory becomes a tool for his cult of unhinged, online evangelists.)Exhibit...
  • 'Global War On Terror' Is Given New Name; Bush's Phrase Is Out, Pentagon Says (24 March 2009)

    12/28/2009 7:39:00 AM PST · by AmericanInTokyo · 27 replies · 1,316+ views
    The Washington Post ^ | 25 March 2009 | Scott Wilson/Al Kamen (WaPO)
    (24/3/09) The Obama administration appears to be backing away from the phrase "global war on terror," a signature rhetorical legacy of its predecessor. In a memo e-mailed this week to Pentagon staff members, the Defense Department's office of security review noted that "this administration prefers to avoid using the term 'Long War' or 'Global War on Terror' [GWOT.] Please use 'Overseas Contingency Operation.' ..."
  • Egypt: More Muslim Brotherhood members detained

    02/15/2007 2:52:43 PM PST · by knighthawk · 4 replies · 481+ views
    al Bawaba ^ | Februari 15 2007
    On Thursday, Egyptian security forces detained 73 members of the Muslim Brotherhood, cracking down against the government's most powerful political rival. The arrests occurred in Cairo and the Nile Delta, the main bases of the Islamic movement. Office managers, doctors, engineers, professionals, teachers, and three Brotherhood members of parliament were among those arrested. According to Reuters, the men were arrested on charges of belonging to an outlawed group and possessing anti-government literature. The Brotherhood condemned the sweeps as an attempt to reduce its influence before elections for the upper house of parliament in April, in which they are expected to...
  • The "Palestinians" = favorite tool of Islamofascism

    11/30/2006 12:37:20 PM PST · by PRePublic · 3 replies · 232+ views
    The "Palestinians" = favorite tool of Islamofascism How Islamofascists like Ahmadinejad conveniently use the "Palestinians" for it's fascism As if we didn't have enough from this Hitler about wiping of nations and "death to US, UK, Israel", calls. So now we see a new cover, masked under "worry for Arab victims", when this propagandist hater never cared/cares about any Arabs, in fact, (Ahwazi) Arabs inside Iran suffer from persecution and oppression, much less about helpìng Palestinians? of course not, arming "Islamic Jihad" to cause more bloodshed and chaos in the middle east and even among Palestinians, there he "helps", just...
  • Minister criticises Muslim letter

    08/12/2006 3:09:31 PM PDT · by Jack2006 · 19 replies · 600+ views
    BBC ^ | 12 August 2006
    Foreign Office minister Kim Howells has criticised Muslim leaders for condemning British foreign policy. An open letter, signed by three Muslim MPs, three peers and 38 community groups, said the stance on the Middle East has put civilians at risk. They went on to say that UK policy has given "ammunition to extremists". But Mr Howells denied there was a "rational connection" and said "no government" formulates policy based on a perceived risk from terrorists. Downing Street, meanwhile, said Tony Blair "stands ready" to meet Muslim representatives when he returns to the UK. Mr Howells told BBC News 24 the...