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On Saturday, June 29 from 1 PM to approximately 2:45 PM the Muslim American Society’s Greater Los Angeles (MAS-GLA) chapter led its second protest of the month at the Saudi Arabian consulate in downtown Los Angeles’s Japantown neighborhood, allegedly on behalf of three Muslim Brotherhood-linked clerics who are to be executed. Protesters begin to gather […]

“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 at The American Thinker under a different title. New York congressman Max Rose criticized Ilhan Omar on Twitter for “invoking hurtful stereotypes and caricatures of Jewish people to dismiss those who support Israel.”  Omar had come under fire for, once again, using blatantly anti-Semitic tropes under the guise of merely “critiquing” Israel. Yet just last […]

From his location in Doha, Yusuf Al Qaradawi, one of the most influential Muslim Brotherhood leaders, runs an international network of Islamist activists from the Middle East to Dublin and Boston.

The head of CAIR Philadelphia is quick to blame ideology and even the president for a white supremacist attack on a Synagogue in Pittsburgh, but downplays and ignores the role of Islamism in an attack on a Philadelphia police officer.

Kyle Shideler, an expert on radical Islam currently working with the Middle East Forum, said the slate of speakers at this year’s ISNA conference is indicative of its ongoing radical shift.