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"Every devout Muslim is an "Islamist". Islam is not a personal religion. It is a religion of the public space. A "moderate" Muslim would have to reject Islam as a religion of the public space, as theocracy, and that secularism would be a rejection of Islam.
Nothing in Islam exists apart from anything else. While liberals view culture and religion as a buffet that they can pick and choose from, it is a single integrated system. If you accept one part, you must accept the whole. Once you accept any aspect of Islam, you must accept its legal system and once you accept that, you must accept its governance and once you accept that, you lose your rights.''
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Category Archives: Middle East
Share I’m just thinking of all the lives lost (American and allies), capital spent and reputation and image sullied. U.S. Embassy Prepares for Possible Evacuation as Militants Take Control in Iraq Jun. 11, 2014 5:25pm Sara Carter The U.S. Embassy … Continue reading
Share As I’ve said before, the void created by a US retreat, will be filled by those least friendly to a free West. Washington abandons old Middle Eastern allies Posted by: Zvi Mazel 28 March, 2014 America is disengaging itself from the … Continue reading
Share Nothing brings clarity to the mind better, than the urge for self preservation. Nadaf is motivated to act by the massive persecution of Christians throughout the Arab world since the onset of the Arab revolutionary wave in December 2010. … Continue reading
Share This is the biggest crime of this century. The current situation is all the more tragic because Christianity has its roots in the Middle East. In Palestine, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, and Egypt, Christians were a majority in the region … Continue reading
Share Activists Say 12 Rebels Killed in Syria Infighting BEIRUT December 10, 2013 (AP) Syrian activists say that fighters belonging to rival Islamic rebel groups are battling each other in the north and at least 12 have died. The Britain-based … Continue reading
Share In the Middle East, it’s assumed that the one with the loudest voice usually wins the debate. Egyptian Islamist lawyer Muntasir Al-Zayyat vs. Egyptian journalist Abdel-Halim Qandil Click here for the fun, and make sure to grab some popcorn and … Continue reading
Share The price paid for electing a man, whose only job description was street organizer, to higher office. There can be no meddling/negotiating when both sides are very intent in wiping the other out. Lobbing a few shells or missiles … Continue reading
Share Must have something to do with this……. NOTE: It’s something that Hillary should have done approaching the 9/11 anniversary, but she thought ‘what difference does it make!” It was later disclosed that all U.S. embassies and consulates across the Middle … Continue reading
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Share Egypt: Photo by: Sherif Zaazaa Friday, July 19, 2013 – 17:55 Authors: Mada Masr Supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsi clashed with unknown attackers on Friday night in the Delta City of Mansoura, killing four women from the first camp, … Continue reading
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BARRY RUBIN: SNAPSHOTS OF PERSONAL EXPERIENCES FROM THE M.E., NOT IMAGINARY ONES MANY POLITICIANS HOLD FAST TO……..
Share There is a major disconnect in the minds of many politicians (fed to them by academia and parroted by the legacy/fake media), about the actual reality in the M.E. They hold totally unrealistic views on what can be achieved there, so … Continue reading
Share Democracy was never the answer, a constitutional republic, founded by an already ‘civil society’…..is. Such a civil society organizing a representational government founded upon the concept of individual unalienable rights, proven free market principles that safeguards property rights, and … Continue reading
Share And it’s been all down hill from there after. The Secret Document That Set Obama’s Middle East Policy By Barry Rubin “We have to confront is violent extremism in all of its forms.… America is not — and never … Continue reading
MARTIN KRAMER’S SANDBOX: FAVORABLY OR UNFAVORABLY THE US CONTINUES TO BE GRINDING WHEEL OF WORLD CHANGE…….
Share It’s not a question of what the West (US) does, it’s the fact that it exists, that drives the Middle East players to do either ”this or that”. Golden quote: ….the damaging effect of the West upon the East … Continue reading
Share And the West looked on. Egypt’s New Constitution: Laying the Basis for an Islamist, Sharia State But this time, unlike 2011, it is the regime that enjoys the support of the armed forces and Western governments, being buttressed also … Continue reading
Share Subsidizing terror. Tens of billions of dollars, and nothing to show for but a bunch of millionaires in Ramallah and in Gaza City. Why Economic Development As a Panacea for Middle East Problems is a Myth By Barry Rubin A reader asks: … Continue reading
Share We can’t afford this guy a second term. The indispensable Barry Rubin: Preview of the Next Four Years?: Obama Administration Doubles Down on Middle East Policy Errors By Barry Rubin There are two problems with current U.S. policy toward … Continue reading