Good to know that this chap has his priorities straight. He doesn’t bother meeting with al Qaeda members and explaining to them how they’re misunderstanding the Qur’an. He doesn’t waste his time teaching against the jihadist understanding of the Qur’an. He doesn’t accost his fellow Muslims and try to convince them that non-Muslims should enjoy […]
Brennan unfortunately did not explain how al Qaeda is misinterpreting the Qur’an. The key problem with his assertion is that al Qaeda justifies its actions and makes recruits by quoting the Qur’an and the Sunnah. With al Qaeda on the offensive and surging in Africa and elsewhere, there is a huge need for Muslims who […]
Al-Qaeda is starting an English language magazine as part of a fresh effort to recruit and inspire Western jihadis to launch attacks in their own countries. UK Telegraph Advertisement for ‘Resurgence’ magazine uses words of Malcolm X in appeal to disaffected … Continue reading →
Not a path to defeat, but a path to victory.
The Islamic Republic’s shrewd gambit in supporting two opposing groups.
Al-Qaeda and its offshoots train and indoctrinate newborns, toddlers, preschoolers, primary school students and teens. MEMRI Increasingly over the past decade, Al-Qaeda and its affiliates and sympathizers have been aiming their outreach and recruitment efforts at pre-teens, and even much younger … Continue reading →
America sees the president sweat through another overused and failing routine.
Emboldened jihadists test the waters against a weakened America.
Sednaya, a village north of Damascus, known for its historical, cultural and religious heritage, characterized by a large presence of Christian churches and monasteries and a local community that speaks Aramaic, has been under constant threat by al-Qaeda linked militias, … Continue reading →
“Al Qaeda has been decimated…Al Qaeda is on the path to defeat…” – Barack Obama, November 2012 “Al Qaeda controls more territory than ever in Middle East,” by Peter Bergen and Jennifer Rowland for CNN, January 7: (CNN) — From around Aleppo … Continue reading →