Christian Action Network (CAN) has sent a “Letter of Demand” to the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) mandating that it cease its Islamic education program for the nation’s public schools. The DOE Islamic education program is currently being presented to the nation’s schools and teachers through the PBS LearningMedia website.
If the conditions of its “Letter of Demand” are not met within 60 days, CAN will bring a federal lawsuit against the DOE challenging the constitutionality of the federally funded program.
Following the death of Carrie Fisher — and the death one day later of her mother, Debbie Reynolds — I ran across an article about Fisher’s 24-year-old daughter, Billie Lourd.
Lourd proudly spoke about her upbringing at the hands of single mom and admitted drug abuser Carrie Fisher. Lourd boasted that her mother “raised me to not think of men and women as different. She raised me without gender. It’s kind of the reason she named me Billie.”
Multiple confidential sources inside of a powerful jihadist group within the United States have informed the Christian Action Network and the Clarion Project that members have been told to arm themselves in anticipation of raids by the Trump Administration.
The Pakistan-based spiritual leader of Muslims of America (MOA), Sheikh Gilani, told top MOA officials (known as “khalifas”) to order all unarmed members to obtain firearms, licenses and hunting permits in order to resist raids on the group’s approximately 22 compounds that they expect to happen under the Trump Administration. Additional “security” was also called up and assault rifles have been mentioned as desirable.
Donald Trump pulled off a feat on Election Day that even self-proclaimed born-again-Christian President George W. Bush could not: He garnered 81 percent of the evangelical vote. By comparison, Bush only got 78 percent of evangelicals in 2004, the same percentage that voted for Mitt Romney in 2012.
During the primaries, Trump only managed to garner 36 percent of the evangelical vote. But after the race became a battle between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, the evangelical rank-and-file, remembering their recent losses in 2008 and 2012, rallied to Trump and helped push him over the finish line.
In a private announcement to its members, an Islamic terrorist group in the United States has revealed plans to replace its leader, Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani, with his son, Sultan Gilani.
Sheikh Gilani, who is reportedly ill and close to death in Lahore, Pakistan is the leader of the American-based Jamaat ul-Fuqra, which also goes by the name “Muslims of America,” (MOA).
The organization is headquartered in Hancock, NY and has Islamic compounds and camps in at least 22 American locations. Some of the locations have been associated with guerilla-warfare training tactics.
Last week, at the Olympics in Rio, an Egyptian judo competitor refused to shake the hand of his Israeli opponent. It’s right there on video for all to see. At a sporting event unrelated to religion, national borders or politics, one man steps back from the offered hand of another, backing away in refusal.
It’s a shocking thing to see — almost embarrassing. That’s one of the weird things about naked, unbridled hate: It elicits a cringe reaction. You feel the shame of someone so wrapped up in his own smallness, so unaware of how he is coming across.
Never forget that while Islam declares “God is great” (Allah akbar), Christians declare, quite differently, “God is love.” A recent incident with migrants on a Greek island illustrates these two very different mind-sets, and the contrasting ways that they go about winning new converts.
It takes some serious courage to do what Dr. Zuhdi Jasser of Arizona has been doing. The founder of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy (AIFD) has become a prominent media figure, speaking against groups like the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Islamic Society of North America. His complaint is that these groups try to portray U.S. Muslims as victims, mix Islamism with politics and try to downplay the obvious connections between Islam and terrorism.
Eating bacon. My grandkids love it. And, full disclosure, I’m a fan of it too. But some people don’t like it. Too greasy. Too fattening. Too salty. Some even complain the aroma gets into the furniture.
But other people hate bacon for entirely different reasons.
It offends them. It violates them. It can send them directly to hell.
So Muslims think Americans have gone insane. Who can blame them? To watch and read our news, and listen to our "enlightened" leaders, we no longer see a concrete difference between males and females. A society that cannot see that is not destined for long-term survival.
Why is this clash of civilizations happening right now?
The current clash is the natural result of competing – and extremely divergent – worldviews. Though many ideologies compete for the minds, souls and direction of mankind, there are four main combatants: Secular humanism, Islam, Christianity and Judaism.
At the root of the enmity is the core question of whether God exists and man’s secular and religious duties that flow from either belief or nonbelief.
Fake crimes and phony incident reports are an increasingly common weapon of minorities trying to strike blows against majorities. One reason they have become so plentiful is our leftist, clueless, easily-fooled news media.
The Christian Action Network (CAN) has announced its campaign to stop the United States Department of Education (DOE) from pressuring public schools to incorporate Islamic indoctrination into their classrooms.
At a time in our nation when it is forbidden to express Christian faith in any way in a public school, parents across the nation are becoming increasingly outraged and vocal about Islamic curricula and school activities designed to normalize and mainstream Islam.