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Future Holocaust In The Muslim World Becoming More Apparent

By Theodore Shoebat Arrests and deportations of Christians in Sudan are becoming more momentous in Bashir’s government. On April 12 the secretary general of the Sudan Catholic Bishops’ Conference was ousted out of North Sudan into South Sudan. As a church elder in Khartoum was praising God in his church, government officials from the Security […]

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Dzokhar Tsarnaev — A Hero Amongst Chechens

By Theodore Shoebat Azamat Tazhayakov and Dias Kadyrbayev, two Kazakh Muslims, alongside a Dzhokhar sympathizer, Robel Phillipos, have been caught covering up for Dzhokhar. But why? Because there is a network between Muslims and sympathizers in America. This network can be found online. Scattered around the internet are photos unknown to Americans of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, […]

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Should We Pray For Obama?

Or render Unto Caesar’s what is Caesar’s? By Theodore Shoebat In the present-day church in America there is this frequented idea of praying for the president, and while this is not necessarily a bad thing, it has become but opportunities for pastors to act sycophantically to politicians. They pray that the president will make the […]

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The Boston Bombers — Why Americans Are Clueless

By Theodore Shoebat A manhunt for Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev still continues on; his brother Tamerlan, was killed in a shootout. Both are from Chechnya, a fact which will be sparking more interest in two very significant regions of the Muslim world which has not received the attention they deserve: the Balkans and the Caucasus. While […]

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Is God Listening To Boston’s Prayers?

By Theodore Shoebat With tolerance comes weakness before the presence of evil, and before the violence and havoc of Islam and Leftism. Lets look at an example of this. When the Boston explosions erupted, shortly after the New York Post reported that “authorities have identified a suspect, a Saudi national”. In a short time, the […]

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The Cultural Intifada and Temple Denial – on The Glazov Gang

This week’s Glazov Gang had the honor of being joined by Lela Gilbert, author of Saturday People, Sunday People, actor Dwight Schultz (DwightSchultzFansite.tv) and Ann-Marie Murrell, the National Director of PolitiChicks.tv. The Gang members gathered to discuss The Cultural Intifada and Temple Denial. The dialogue occurred in Part I and focused on Islamists’ gambit to […]

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Leaving the Totalitarian Faith — on The Glazov Gang

This week’s Glazov Gang had the honor of being joined by actor Basil Hoffman (The Artist), Ari David, Podcast Host of The Ari David Show and Czech Defector Borek Volarik. The Gang members gathered to discuss Leaving the Totalitarian Faith. The dialogue occurred in Part I and focused on each guest’s personal story about braking […]

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America — A Nations Where Heretics Abound

By Theodore Shoebat and Walid Shoebat The rise and power of Leftism and Islam today are threats, but they are merely symptoms to the ultimate problem: a decaying church plunged into heresy. In America today we rarely even hear the term “heretic” anymore because we have ourselves become a nation of heretics. And when one […]

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Alarming Footage: Syrian Rebels Used Chemical Weapons

By Theodore Shoebat and Walid Shoebat In December of last year we revealed that the rebels had in their hands potent chemical weapons and were testing them on rabbits, and we predicted that they will use them on innocents. Well now it is happening. And now, new evidence translated from Arabic sources reveals the likelihood […]

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Iraq: Ten Years Since Removing Saddam: on The Glazov Gang

This week’s Glazov Gang had the honor of being joined by Shant Kenderian, author of “1001 Night in Iraq,“ Michael Walsh, author and screenwriter, and Josh Brewster, an NHL hockey broadcaster (hockeytalk.biz). The Gang members discussed Iraq: Ten Years Since Removing Saddam. The dialogue occurred in Part I and dealt with whether on nor we […]

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Remembering a Dissident

By Jamie Glazov Editors’ note: Yuri Glazov, Russian dissident and the father of Frontpage’s editor Jamie Glazov, died 15 years ago today on March 15, 1998. The editors felt it would be appropriate to mark this occasion by reprinting Jamie’s dedication to his father from our March 11, 2012 issue. We also hope readers will […]

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