July 2008

Al-Jazeera and History: The Fall of Acre

by Raymond Ibrahim Jihad Watch Amidst the images of suffering and slain Palestinians, Iraqis, and Afghanis, the internationally (in)famous Arabic news station al-Jazeera today had an interesting five-minute segment that it played over several times: the fall of the Muslim city of Acre (Arabic: ‘Akka’) to the Crusaders, which after a nearly two-year siege, occurred …

Al-Jazeera and History: The Fall of Acre Read More »

Share This

Excusing Taqiyya?

by Raymond Ibrahim Jihad Watch Instead of trying to be “bold” and tackling a “controversial” topic, innate apologists would do better to simply remain silent. Share This

Share This

Land Dispute or Jihad?

The Coptic monastery raid revisited by Raymond Ibrahim Jihad Watch Even though Dhimmi Watch admirably noted the recent attack on the Abu Fana Coptic monastery in Egypt, after just watching a graphic video detailing the affair on the Arabic satellite program Hiwar al-Haq — which makes clear that the raid (ghazwa) was far from being motivated by a “land dispute,” as …

Land Dispute or Jihad? Read More »

Share This

Religion and the Age

George Weigel gives Christian answers to the West’s most pressing questions. by Bruce S. Thornton City Journal A review of Against the Grain: Christianity and Democracy, War and Peace, by George Weigel (Crossroad, 2008, 352 pp.) Share This

Share This