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Christus Rex

People Say That Christianity Is Not Political, But Is This True?

By Theodore Shoebat If I were the devil, I would tell people that it is more civil and fashionable to keep Christianity away from politics. If I were the devil, I would tell Christians to relax, be themselves, and restrict their Faith only within the sphere of social life, and not within government. If I […]

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Walid Shoebat’s Response to Egyptian Crisis

Friends The crisis in Egypt has opened up the doors of the media for Walid to explain to the public what is actually occurring there. Walid will be on The Hannity TV show tonight at 9.10 pm EST. On top of this, Walid appears today on The G. Gordon Liddy Show, Larry Elder, The Bull […]

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Walid on O’Reilly factor with Laura Ingraham Tonight‏

Friends Walid will be discussing Imam Rauf and his duplicity in the Arab language. We hope to post both the Radio interview with Laura today and the Factor interview tonight for those that cannot watch. The show will air at 8 pm EST and again at 11 pm EST tonight. Hopefully this Imam as a […]

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3 Things You Need To Know About Islam Video + Refusing To Name The Enemy Article

http://shoebat.org/videos/3ThingsIslam.php http://www.shoebat.com/blog/archives/414 Our first feature is a video that efficiently spells out the minimum amount of knowledge an American NEEDS to know in order to understand the conflict of Islam vs. The Western World. We also are featuring an article originally from American Thinker that spells out the political correctness that is slowly but surely […]

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Refusing to Name the Enemy

August 14, 2010 By Steven Simpson (American Thinker, Click to View Original Article) On September 11, 2001, extremists hijacked four American airliners, crashing them into New York City’s World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and a field in Pennsylvania. The tragedy resulted in 3,000 Americans dying. Does the above paragraph sound strange, deliberately vague, misleading (i.e., […]

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