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President Obama and “Radical Islamic Terrorism” (Video)

A clip from a CNN Presidential Town Hall (9/28/2016) with President Obama explaining why he won’t use the phrase “radical Islamic terrorism.”

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Is Islam a Religion of Peace?

Is Islam a religion of peace? How is one to interpret the historical event of Muhammad’s having hundreds of Jews beheaded?






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Bernard Haykel: The Folly of Bombing ISIS

“Bin Laden was very proud that he had only spent 500.000 dollars on the 9/11 attacks. The US in response to those attacks has probably spent 3 trillion dollars. So as a return on investment, Bin Laden has done really well…Every time the West has intervened in the Middle East for the last 200 years it has led to a much worse situation both for the people of the region and for the West.”
–Bernard Haykel, Professor at Princeton University






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Bernard Haykel: How Islamic is the Islamic State?

Bernard Haykel, Professor at Princeton University, says there is no question ISIS is drawing inspiration from Islamic texts. He said members of the Islamic State know the Islamic texts better than most Muslims.






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Jihad and Just War

Professor Keith Ward, the Gresham Professor of Divinity from 2004 and 2008. He argues that Jihad and the Christian doctrine of Just War are “virtually identical”.






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Dhimmitude: Other Faiths in Islam by Mark Durie

Lecture by Mark Durie on dhimmitude. Watching this video will help you better understand the plight of Christians in Muslim nations.






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“Islam is dominated by radicals”

Intelligence Squared Oxford-style debate over the motion “”Islam is dominated by radicals”.






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Herman Bavinck and Islam

“The danger of conflict [with the Muslim world] will remain as long as Islam remains Islam; no cultural influence will alter that” (Herman Bavinck [1854-1921]).






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The only problem with Islamic fundamentalism…

Sam Harris says the problem isn’t extremism or fundamentalism. The only problem with Islamic fundamentalism are the fundamentals of Islam.






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Has Islam been Hijacked by Radicals?

Has Islam been Hijacked by Radicals? Discussion between Daniel Pipes, Robert Spencer, Abdullah Kunde, and Moustafa Zayed.






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Malaysia: Electricity for Converting to Islam?

A frequently quoted verse from the Quran is “Let there be no compulsion in religion” (Quran 2:256). It seems the Malaysian government has not read this passage in the Quran.






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Jesus is the Prince of Peace

Christmas, the celebration of the Virgin Birth of Jesus – the Prince of Peace One of the things Christians remember at Christmas is the birth of Jesus, the “Prince of Peace.”  Jesus was born of the Virgin Mary in fulfillment of prophecy (Isaiah 7:14), and Jesus was born the “Prince of Peace” in the fulfillment of prophecy (Isaiah […]

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Islam vs. Islamism

Islam historian Daniel Pipes discusses Islamism Daniel Pipes is an historian of Islam and was recently interviewed on the topics of Islam and Islamism.  Highlights from the interview: Muslims believe they should be the wealthiest and most powerful people; in fact, they are the least wealthy and least powerful.  What went wrong? Islamism has provided a widely […]

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Is Islam a Religion of Peace?

Is Islam a Religion of Peace was the subject of a recent debate between four scholars (Zeba Khan, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Maajid Nawaz, and Douglas Murray).






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Is Sharia Law Good For Kenya?

The definition of sharia according to the Encyclopaedia of Islam, “Within Muslim discourse, sharia designates the rules and regulations governing the lives of Muslims, derived in principal from the Kuran and hadith. In this sense, the word is closely associated with fikh which signifies academic discussion of divine law.”






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