The latest issue of Daibiq, the Islamic State’s online English magazine, has an article that explains Islam is not a religion of peace but rather a religion of the sword.
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It’s a shame it took the horrendous death of a young pilot to rally Muslims against the evil that lurks among them. One can hope his death was not in vain.
I read that the Obama administration has had meetings to consider sanctions against Israel. Israel! The only friend we have in the Middle East…
This year’s theme,“Make Change Happen,Volunteer!”, emphasizes how volunteerism can advance sustainable development by fostering participation
The world has always had its share of the criminally insane. Many have escaped unscathed because they were rulers or part of the inner circles of such leaders. Some, as with IS, couch their brutality in the shadow of their so called religion. I haven’t read the Koran so I cannot interpret it, but even […]
I made a public commitment to offer a motivational quote and message every Monday to help myself and others start our week on an upbeat note.
It seems to me the whole controversy over quarantine policy for people entering the country from what is now being called the Ebola “hot zones” could have been avoided had the President made a decision at the outset. Forget what the science says. That hasn’t yet been proven and when lives are at stake why […]
We need more than a genie on a flying carpet to get out of this mess. Baghdad, if you’ve looked at the latest maps of the IS progression, is surrounded.
When I heard, today, that the Norwegian Nobel Committee had awarded the 2014 peace prize to Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan and Kailash Satyarthi of India, I was thrilled.
Not so long ago I wondered what kind of trade off the Turks made with IS to get their diplomats back. Whatever it was it worked.