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This article was originally published at The Daily Wire.  Among the fascinating phenomena of America’s most prominent Muslim activist organizations is how they decide which Muslims to lift up and which to ignore. Compare two recent comedy specials. One, Dave Chappelle’s newest Netflix special “Sticks & Stones,” which is generating intense reactions given its choice of material […]

This article originally appeared in the American Thinker under the title, “A New Chicago Muslim College’s Islamist Ties“ The Prayer Center of Orland Park (OPPC), Illinois, recently declared the establishment of an Islamic university at its premises, the Universal Islamic College of Chicago (UICC) that  will provide “higher Islamic education to the American Muslim community as well as serve […]

A version of this article appeared in the Times of Israel. Rather than focusing on fixing the anti-Semitic problems of Philadelphia’s mosques, CAIR Philadelphia Executive Director, Jacob Bender chose to needlessly weigh in on Israel’s decision to block entry to Congresswomen Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar. In a press release full of false accusations, false […]

This article originally appeared at the American Spectator. On the Chicago-based independent Muslim podcast The Mad Mamluks, a leading New York Muslim leader accused Muslim scholars, such as Sheikh Hamza Yusuf Hanson, of being used as a rubber stamp in order to legitimize American “imperialist” policies and support for wars against Muslims. Raja Abdulhaq, the Executive Director of […]

This article originally appeared at The American Thinker. A young Palestinian journalist described as the youngest press card holder in the world was on a tour of the United States last month, with a stop in Chicago.  But critics say the teenager is little more than a spokeswoman for anti-Israel propaganda promoted by groups with extremist […]

This article originally appeared in Areo Magazine. At this year’s Western Conservative Summit in Denver, John Andrews, former Colorado senator and founder of the Centennial Institute, reignited the discussion of Islamism in Muslim-American communities. Many local publications, local Muslim leaders and prominent Islamic organizations have condemned Andrews’ words as Islamophobic. However, Andrews was careful to distinguish Islam, a […]

This article originally appeared in the Daily Wire. World Vision, a multi-billion dollar international charity founded on evangelical Christian principles, has made quite a few deals with the devil. A new terror-funding scandal seems to implicate the organization every few years. Last month, documents obtained from the U.S. Treasury via the Freedom of Information Act revealed how […]

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 at PJ Media under the title, “Muslim Public Affairs Council and J Street Accuse Trump and Netanyahu of Fueling ‘Ethnonationalism’“ On the night of August 1, shortly before the pair of horrific shootings the following weekend, the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC), an Islamist influence organization with roots in the Muslim Brotherhood, and J […]

This article first appeared in the American Thinker under the title, “Another Radical Palestinian in Congress?” The first Palestinian Muslim American running for U.S. Congress in Illinois, Rush Darwish, declared that Palestine is home, and vowed to support for Boycott, Divestment, and Sanction (BDS) movement against Israel. On June 15th, Darwish,  a Democrat, announced he is […]

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