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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 […]

There has been a growing effort by Islamist activists to convince their followers of a connection between American border security and the situation in Gaza. Last weekend Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) and Linda Sarsour gave fiery speeches condemning the U.S. and Israel for their “white supremacy” and declaring the “interconnected” nature of the “oppression” in […]

This article originally appeared at the American Thinker. The Islamic Association of North Texas (IANT) is well-known as the largest mosque in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Established in the early seventies as a prayer meeting, the mosque first went by the name of Dallas Central Mosque. The congregation of the mosque grew in fits and […]

This article originally appeared at the American Thinker.  In September, the local Dallas-Fort Worth chapter of a global movement for compassion,  Charter for Compassion Initiative, will be holding its annual conference. Presentations will range from making baby hats for premature infants and “Contemplative Painting” to more serious topics such as human trafficking and a presentation on […]

This article originally appeared in the American Thinker under the title, “Karen Armstong and the Islamists” What do the Dalai Lama, a former nun, and a group accused of supporting terrorism have in common? All of them are connected to a multinational initiative to “help people adjust creatively to our globally interdependent world,”known as the Charter […]

This article originally appeared in the American Thinker under the title “CAIR’s Obstruction of Trump’s ICE Raids.” The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the self-described “Muslim civil rights organization” with a history of undermining law enforcement, has put the migrant crisis front and center of its newest efforts. Last week the Dallas-Fort Worth chapter of […]

This Article Originally Appeared under the title “A Victory for State Education” at the American Thinker. An existing struggle over the nature of culture and politics has been reenergized in recent years, in part due to the election of Donald Trump. At least if recent curricular changes for Texas K-12 social studies programs are any […]

“We are not afraid of you –and we are resilient.” So spoke Dallas Imam Omar Suleiman in an interview in online magazine OZY back in 2017 in response to a question as to what Suleiman would say to President Trump if he could. Certainly, Muslim Brotherhood supporters in the Dallas area like Suleiman were unafraid […]

This article originally appeared under the title, “The Long Arm of Turkey’s Erdogan” at American Thinker Sports and politics have always been uncomfortable bed-fellows, despite the best efforts to keep sports as a unifying nonpartisan activity. From Jesse Owens at the 1936 Berlin Olympics to the American hockey team from the 1980 Miracle on Ice, […]

This article originally appeared in the American Thinker under the title “The Real Omar Suleiman” On Sunday, the Dallas Morning News published an op-ed by Muslim Brotherhood linked anti-American Omar Suleiman. In this editorial, the Dallas-based imam claims that the accusations of anti-Semitism by Rep. Lee Zeldin of  New York, Fox host Lou Dobbs, and others following Suleiman’s delivery of […]

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