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This article originally appeared at American Thinker under the title, “Islamic Center of Irving’s Mass Data Deletions.” Islamic religious leaders at a local Texas mosque allege that former leaders stole key files and security camera footage. According to an announcement posted on December 31, 2019, the current leaders alleged former Shura council members deleted key […]

This article originally appeared in the print version of the California Courier. Minority communities in the United States are uniting to oppose an increasingly authoritarian and aggressive Turkey, an effort that has taken on new urgency as the Turkish government grows increasingly belligerent overseas and seeks to expand its influence through alliances with U.S.-based Islamist […]

This article originally appeared in the American Thinker. When Sadia Gul Covert was elected in 2018 and sworn into the office of Dupage County commissioner, she took her oath on the “Quran, Torah, and the Bible,” in what seemed at the time like a symbol of unity and moderation. But Covert’s decision to cast her lot with […]

This article originally appeared in the American Thinker. The Muslim American Society-Islamic Circle of North America (MAS-ICNA) 2019 convention held in Chicago last month reveals the Illinois Islamists’ ties with the autocratic Turkish regime of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and how Erdogan uses U.S. Islamists organizations as an arm of his foreign policy. One of […]

This article originally appeared in PJ Media. For many viewers of this year’s Golden Globes, it appears that the extraordinary opening monologue from host Ricky Gervais was the high point of the evening. In no uncertain terms, he called out Hollywood stars directly to their faces for their self-righteousness political ramblings and overall moral confusion. […]

Len Getz, CIG’s Philadelphia Associate will appeared on the Sutliffian Report on Global Patriot Radio to discuss his recent article about CAIR PA supporter and State Representative Movita Johnson-Harrell’s sudden resignation and conviction on corruption charges.  

A  version of this article originally appeared in the American Thinker. Interfaith initiatives have become ubiquitous in American life. In large cities and small towns, there is an expectation that community religious leaders must come together to discuss their similarities and minimize their differences. But these efforts become a hindrance when they are used to […]