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An American Muslim’s Open Letter to Donald Trump: I Challenge You To A Debate About Islam

Mr. Trump, I hope that this letter reached you in the best of health and spirits. Mr. Trump, earlier today, you gave a speech in South Carolina where you proclaimed multiple times that you are for everyone. That by running for the office of the President of the United States, that somehow, your xenophobic rhetoric is inclusive of everyone, when in fact you have been the most divisive and toxic
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Planned Parenthood Shooting: Will The Senseless Violence End?

From the hotel attack in Mali Hotel terror attack that killed three people while injuring 20 to the Planned Parenthood attack that killed three in Colorado Springs Colorado. From the extreme Paris, Lebanon and Nigeria terrorist attacks in recent weeks to something as simple as Black Friday shoppers fighting each other physically for an item of interest, the violence of our country continues to escalate. Most of the time with
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Monday Morning Michelle: Should We Screen Refugees? #AdviceColumn

Dear Michelle, I know this might be a serious topic and I understand if you choose not to answer, but I was wondering your thoughts on what's going on when Gov officials threaten to block legislation that would help to find out who is coming into our country.  Do you have any thoughts on this? On the heels of the recent catastrophic events around the world, would you block the
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The Spectator: Paris Terror Attacks Show America’s Deep French Connection

As the old French proverb, “plus ca change, plus c’est la meme chose” is translated into the common phrase, the more things change, the more they stay the same. Sadly, it couldn’t have been more frighteningly accurate during ISIS terror attacks in Paris that killed 129 people and wounded another 150 Friday. In what was the worst terror attack in Western Europe since the Madrid railway bombing in 2004, ISIS claimed
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Paris Attack: The Day After

Written by The Dark Knight of Sports LaShawn Encarnacion Not even 24-hours later, the country of France is still reeling from the worst attack on its home soil since World War II. Over 120 people proclaimed dead, gunman who were involved in attacks (confirmed to be working with ISIS organization) also dead and a boy of a suicide bomber was found near the stadium where a soccer game filled with
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ISIS Leader Jihadi John believed to be dead

Written by The Dark Knight of Sports LaShawn Encarnacion Multiple reports are confirming that the U.S. in cooperation with its Allied Powers has sent in and struck down an area where ISIS Leader Jihadi John was believed to be occupying. U.S. unmanned drone was sent in early this morning in a effort to end his tyranny and the organization known as ISIS. (more…)
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World: Is Russia Entering Syria The Beginning Of The Next Global Conflict?

With the recent entry of Russian troops into Syria, many in the Arab and Muslim world are seeing this as the beginning of the final war. Russia came into Syria claiming that they were going to fight ISIS but in fact are helping ISIS by attacking it’s enemies, namely the Free Syrian Army, or the FSA for short. Russia has also been accused of bombing refugee camps holding Sunni refugees
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The ISIS Deception: Have We All Been Fooled By The Western Media?

Earlier this month, the United Nations confirmed that ISIS aka the Islamic State (IS), used biological WMD’s against the Kurdish Peshmerga in Northern Iraq. Earlier accusations say that IS used mustard gas against the citizens of Aleppo in Northern Syria across from the Turkish border. It would seem that this would be major headlines news in light of the fact that some of the pollutants might have crossed into the
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Chattanooga Shooting: Will Keyboard Warriors Fuel More Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez Wanna-Be’s?

A lone gunman shot at two military establishments in Chattanooga on Thursday resulting in the death of four US Marines and the gunman. The shooter, 24-year-old Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez, who is of Kuwaiti and Palestinian descent is a nationalized American citizen, who only three years ago graduated from Tennessee State with a degree in engineering. According to the FBI, there was no indicators to suggest Abdulazeez was a threat. He
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Opinion/Editorial: Extremism in Islam Part 1; The Roots of Modern-Day Terrorism

Extremism in Islam is a growing threat to the entire world. This extremism in Islam has given birth to groups such as Boko Haram in Nigeria; Al-Qaeda; Ansar al-Shariah in Tunisia; al-Shabab in Tunisia, ISIS, and other extremist groups. These groups not only target non-Muslims for violence, but Muslims as well who do not believe the same as them. These groups follow what is known as the Khawarij or Khajarite