Thursday, March 31, 2011

The New Obama Doctrine: Arming Our Enemies?

The Obama administration is reportedly actively considering arming the Libyan rebels without even knowing for certain who they really are. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who met on Tuesday in London with a senior rebel leader and made clear that Col. Qaddafi must go, admitted that: "We don’t know as much as we would like to know." However, what we do know at this point is alarming enough to stop any Commander-in-Chief with America’s best interests in mind from even considering providing arms to these rebels. But not necessarily our current Commander-In-Chief, heralding his new Obama Doctrine of deferring to international consensus on how far we go in fulfilling internationally defined ‘humanitarian’ military missions. [more...]

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

3-30-11 - National Security Updates

Iran’s End Times Documentary

The Iranian government has produced a bone-chilling documentary that claims that Ayatollah Khamenei, President Ahmadinejad, and Hassan Nasrallah are talked about in Islamic prophecy as leaders who will wage war to bring about the arrival of the Hidden Imam, which the film says is “very close” to happening. [more...]

Sweet-Talking the Christians

An Islamic extremist group that has given guerilla warfare training to some of its members is sweet-talking churches and law enforcement by holding events meant to honor Jesus and offer friendship. The group, Muslims of the Americas (MOA), held an event in February at its 36-acre Holy Islamville community in York County, South Carolina that received fawning press coverage that didn’t even mention its radical leader in Pakistan, Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani. [more...]

Don’t Let Syria Play Out Like 2009 Iran

The West is rightly fretting over where the Arab revolutions will bring us, but there’s one we can be thankful for in Syria. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates had it right when he said that the Syrian military should follow the example of Egypt’s that “empowered a revolution.” Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had it wrong - amazingly wrong - when she said that members of "both parties who have gone to Syria in recent months have said that they believe he [Bashar Assad] is a reformer." [more...]

Ceasefire is Victory for Gaddafi

UN-authorized strikes against Gaddafi’s military forces began on March 19 as the rebels were on the edge of defeat, a position Gaddafi was in not long before. The West has apparently decided that its mission is not regime change, but a ceasefire that would leave Gaddafi in power. Survival would be a victory for the Libyan dictator, and leave him in an unhinged state to plot his revenge against the rebels and those who backed them by exploiting the limits of the UN engagement. [more...]

NOTE: Ryan is available for updates on the uprisings throughout the Middle East, which he's following very closely. Watch Ryan on Fox & Friends.

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

The Myth of Islamic Democracy and the Middle East Crisis

Time and time again we hear that Islam is a religion that emphasizes the equality of people, the accountability of leaders to community, and the respect of diversity and other faiths. That it is a faith, which is fully compatible with democracy. However, such statements are rich with false dreams and void affirmations.

In the teachings of the Qur'an regarding two very important issues; freedom of religion and equality I have addressed the treatment of people of other faith under Islamic law, and the status of women in general. The outcome is very obvious: Islam despises women and does not offer others any type of religious freedom under which they can worship and have their rights be protected at the same time.

On the overall concept of Islam Sharia Law in generral, not that many people realize that in order for Islam to accept the concept of democracy, a cultural reformation must take place at first. Such reformation will have to cause a drastic face lifting of values and beliefs that must be compatible with Islamic teachings and its religious values. In other words, in order for the Middle East to have any hope for democracy, under Islamic ideology, there needs to be a major adaptation of Islam and its Sharia Law. However, the concept of and Islamic democracy is wishful thinking. [more...]

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7 Ways The Obama Administration Is Helping To Advance The Islamists’ Agenda

Islamic law (sharia) contradicts the notion that all human beings are entitled to be treated with equal dignity and have inalienable rights. Islamic law separates believers from nonbelievers, sanctioning inferior status, if not outright death, for the latter. In this worldview, religious tolerance is a one-way street. Women in Islam are degraded to submissiveness under misogynist laws. Children are taught to hate. Critical thought that questions official Islamic doctrines is regarded as the crime of defamation of Islam, punishable by death. [more...]