Archive | May 14, 2012

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NYPD wants to name a street in Harlem after slain Officer; told to get permission from Mosque

What would you say if you learned that a police officer was shot and killed inside a mosque while on duty and that a movement to name a street after that officer ran into resistance from a local community board because the leadership of that mosque might be offended? Whatever you would say, say it […]

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ISNA welcomes Tunisian Muslim Brotherhood leader

Rachid Ghannouchi is recognized as the leader of Tunisia’s Muslim Brotherhood movement. He also heads Ennahda, an Islamic political party. In August, Ghannouchi will be speaking at the upcoming annual ISNA convention. Remember, the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) is a confirmed Muslim Brotherhood group, despite what Suhail Khan said at CPAC in 2011: […]

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Egyptian sentiment for ending Peace Treaty with Israel growing?

In left wing parlance, the term ‘Hudna’ is nothing more than a ‘peace treaty’ that gives both sides the opportunity to reach a mutually beneficial understanding. ‘Peace treaty,’ like ‘Arab Spring’ sounds so tranquil and welcoming, doesn’t it? In the Muslim world, Hudna means something far more tactical: What is being touted as a ‘cease-fire’ […]

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Whaddya Know: Egypt’s Stealth Muslim Brotherhood candidate calls Israel a ‘racist state’

Abdel Monem Aboul Futuh is one of two frontrunners in the Egyptian presidential election. His closest opponent is Amr Moussa. Conveniently, Futuh is NOT the official Muslim Brotherhood candidate but he still has unkind words for Israel. Via Egypt Independent: A leading Islamist candidate in Egypt’s presidential election has branded Israel a “racist state” and […]

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