From the cover of the Islamic State’s magazine called ‘Dabiq’ From the cover of the Islamic State’s magazine called ‘Dabiq’ While attention is focused on upcoming offensives against Mosul and Raqqa, rebel forces are on the doorstep of Dabiq, ISIS’…
By-Samual Smith Family Research Council President Tony Perkins, a prominent social conservative commentator, asserted Wednesday that the Obama administration’s limitations on religious freedoms domestically is “emboldening” the Islamic State’s attacks on Christians abroad. Perkins, who testified before a Senate subcommittee…
By Drew Zahn ‘Ata Abd Al-Aal
An Egyptian journalist interviewed on the nation’s Al-Rahma TV outlined a plan for increasing Muslim influence over America, boldly declaring, “The U.S. will be transformed into an Islamic republic.”
Shortly before massive riots backed by the Muslim Brotherhood broke out in Egypt, journalist ‘Ata Abd Al-Aal told his interviewer in a video translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute that he had even heard a sheik in America declare that “the most important place for the future of Islam, after Mecca and Medina, was the U.S.”
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The presence of Islam in the America, Abd Al-Aal insisted, has grown so rapidly that it has become “of great alarm to the Zionist circles in the U.S.”
By Brian Murphy-Iran rounds up Christians in crackdown
Iran has arrested about 70 Christians since Christmas in a crackdown that demonstrates the limits of religious tolerance by Islamic leaders who often boast they provide room for other faiths.
The latest raids have targeted grass-roots Christian groups Iran describes as “hard-liners” who pose a threat to the Islamic state. Authorities increasingly view them with suspicions that range from trying to convert Muslims to being possible footholds for foreign influence.
Christian activists claim their Iranian brethren are being persecuted simply for worshipping outside officially sanctioned mainstream churches