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US Prepares to Sell Warships to Saudi Arabia to Help “Take Down Iran”

By Bruce Gagnon
Global Research
November 20, 2014

The American revolution was supposed to have happened because of the revulsion our ‘founding fathers’ had with the institution of ‘divine right of kings’ or monarchy.  780 more words


Wahhabi Extremists - Boko Haram - Engage in the Haram

Boko Haram those who embarrass Islam,

those who shame the Muslim ummah.

They say they promote the Shariah,

but they are far from the Sunnah. 229 more words


Islamic apologists

I recently read an article claiming Islamic apologists to be the current problem with Islam.

What I learned is that there are apologists for every religion in the world because a religious apologist, by definition is: someone who defends a religion, usually their own, by speech or writing. 451 more words


Force and Fanaticism: Wahhabism in Saudi Arabia and Beyond

Force and Fanaticism: Wahhabism in Saudi Arabia and Beyond

Simon Ross Valentine

Foreword by Ziauddin Sardar

November 2014   £25.00

The product of three years research in Saudi Arabia on what Wahhabism means to those whose lives are governed by its formidably strict tenets. 273 more words

A look into The House of Saud


After understanding the potential longevity of my previous blog, I restricted myself to what I posted, promising to follow up with a part two. Only now, however, have I realised that part two may’ve been a myth, and that any future content would’ve been a product of my zeal at the time of writing. 2,628 more words


Saudi Wahhabism in American Media

(Click here for article) Saudi Wahhabism in American Media

Saudi Wahhabism in American Media: Sinister Spread or Fearful Fantasy.”  Drake Undergraduate Social Science Journal  (2011).  Online Publication

Islam In America

The Middle East Masquerade Party - Breaking Israel News

Everyone wears a mask at the Middle East party and some are replaced whenever it serves the wearers’ interests.

A masquerade party is a social event in which participants’ faces are covered, allowing them to say and do all the things they would either be ashamed or afraid to say if they could be identified. 1,867 more words