“Is It Really Human Beings Doing This?”

Police "behaved with the priests as they would with killers." — Human rights lawyer, Minya, Egypt. "The common factor among all [church] closures, however, is that they were done to appease fundamentalists and extremists to the detriment of the Copts. It


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Christian Martyrs of Islamic Jihad: A Recurring Theme

American Thinker Last February 15 marked the four year anniversary of the martyrdom of 21 Christians—20 Coptic Orthodox from Egypt and one Ghanaian.  It was commemorated by several groups, including Coptic Solidarity, which summarized the event in a February 15, 2019 statement: This week in 2015, 21 men were brutally beheaded on a Mediterranean beach […]

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Pelosi Caves to Anti-Semites and Supporters of Palestinian Terrorist Groups

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi caved to radical activists by watering down a resolution condemning anti-Semitism in reaction to Minnesota U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar's anti-Semitic outbursts. Pelosi showed more determination after Omar's statements last month after


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Sarsour and Her Islamist Entourage Protect Rashida Tlaib From Critic

Anti-Semitic activist Linda Sarsour on Wednesday ordered people associated with the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) to physically block former Wall Street Journal journalist and Muslim Reform Movement leader Asra Nomani from entering U.S.


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Raymond Ibrahim and Glenn Beck on Muslim-American Politicians

Earlier today I appeared on Glenn Beck TV. We discussed Islamic tactics of deception and subversion in the context of U.S. politicians, Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar. The video follows

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