The Case against Islam (GAMLA)What do you have to do to be called "the Religion of Peace?" Well, killing a few thousand people apparently works wonders.
Europe's Islamosocialists (Wall Street Journal)European Socialists are gift-wrapping the continent for Muslims… but their dreams of a happy marriage have little chance of materializing once they are no longer needed.
X-Muslim Blog Roundup (The House of Apostasy)This is a new site that tries to bring a little diversity to the world of Muslim apostasy.
Confronting Radical Islam: Will America Be the Last Chance? (Family Security Matters)Even in the Land of the Free, secular Muslims are not so free to speak out. And that's just how groups like CAIR want it.
CAIR's Blood Money (FrontPage Magazine)Once again, we find that CAIR is curiously close to those who kill in the name of Islam. This time honoring a WTC co-conspirator and pocketing the cash.
Allah's Amabassadors II (D.C. Watson)Pro-Jihad professors in American classrooms? D.C. Watson, airs it out.
"Good Muslims" (Renew America)Are "peaceful Muslims" more like the "good Germans" of 1940… mildly disapproving, but hedging their bets nonetheless?
Jihadi Meltdown (NY Sun)Even Iraqi Sunnis are growing weary of the "insurgency."
The Not-So-Moderate Muslim Brotherhood (Family Security Matters)The most dangerous Islamists are the ones which can hide behind electoral processes, token anti-terrorism stances, and peaceful progress while they work domestically and globally insidiously to undermine the West.
CAIR vs. Human Rights (Jihad Watch)The "civil rights" organization has "missed" so many opportunities to be on the right side of the debate that it's beginning to appear less than coincidental.
My Leaving Islam Testimony (FaithFreedom.org)One apostate's story.
The Fastest Growing Religion? (The Interactive Bible)This is a fact-based article with break-out tables showing different aspects of the growth of all religions.
When CAIR Criticizes a Muslim (American Thinker)Why do Muslims who try to end Islamic terror bother CAIR so much?