Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, known as the mastermind of 9/11, has released a new manifesto and allegedly come into a new way of thinking and believing.
Florida minister Terry Jones was arrested Wednesday before he could torch thousands of kerosene-soaked Qurans as an anti-Islamist protest. And civil libertarians should be concerned.
Erik Rush and others who hastened to scapegoat Muslims for the Boston Marathon bombings are ignorant of the religion. I can’t understand why people who have never so much as read a book about a subject appoint themselves experts on it.
The threatened, and now fulfilled, Quran-burning gesture by Florida pastor Terry Jones (pictured) sparked fatal consequences in Afghanistan on Friday, when protesters in the northern city of Mazir-e-Sharif stormed a United Nations compound and killed at least 20 employees.
With an eye on Saturday's parliamentary elections, the Taliban is evidently making sure that Afghans don't forget the recent Quran-burning hubbub in the US (thanks a lot, Pastor Jones), as some 800 people gathered in Kabul for (continued).
Several of Bill O'Reilly's colleagues at Fox News clearly don't subscribe to his patented "No Spin Zone" formula, as the spinnage happening on the Murdochian channel about the Islamic cultural center near Manhattan's Ground Zero is enough to power a generously proportioned dynamo.
The evil side of America is on display in the form of a media-fueled Islamophobia that recalls some of the worst bigotry in the nation’s past. This is not what we hoped for in the days after Sept. 11, 2001, or the election of President Barack Obama in 2008. The evil side of America is on display in the form of a media-fueled Islamophobia that recalls some of the worst bigotry in the nation’s past.