Daily Archives: December 25, 2017

Corruption: Mideast’s Political Gangrene by Amir Taheri

Following the strict measures taken recently by the Saudi government against dozens of prominent figures, the issue of corruption has moved to the center of public attention in several other regional countries notably Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan.

The West’s Steadfast Misunderstanding of Turkey and Islam by Uzay Bulut

Fundamentalist Muslims in Turkey — and elsewhere — do not see jihad, forced conversions or other forms of persecution against non-Muslims as criminal. On the contrary, their religious scriptures openly command them “to chop off heads and fingers, and kill infidels wherever they may be hiding,” among many other openly violent teachings.

urope: The Islamization of Christmas “An unbearable, involuntary submission to Islam” by Soeren Kern

The re-theologizing of Christmas is based on the false premise that the Jesus of the Bible is the Jesus (Isa) of the Koran. This religious fusion, sometimes referred to as “Chrislam,” is gaining ground in a West that has become biblically illiterate.

France’s Macron Submits to the Arab World A Gentle Christmas Day Word of Caution

NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 19: French President Emmanuel Macron speaks to world leaders at the 72nd United Nations (UN) General Assembly at UN headquarters in New York on September 19, 2017 in New York City. Topics to be discussed at this year’s gathering include Iran, North Korea and global warming. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

The tragic dead end of French fake “secularism” is that it allows public expressions of the Islamic religion in France, but prohibits the Christian ones.

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