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Brave French Muslim Policeman Executed While Trying to Stop Terrorists in Paris

January 10, 2015

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Anne Penketh, The Guardian Newspaper It was a Muslim policeman from a local police station who was “slaughtered like a dog” after heroically trying to stop two heavily armed killers from fleeing the Charlie Hebdo offices following the massacre. Tributes to Ahmed Merabet poured in on Thursday after images of his murder at point blank […]

Happy Veterans’ Day to All who Fought for the Preservation of Freedom and Justice

November 11, 2013

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Both my son and my daughter are US Navy veterans.   Veterans from my father’s family fought against the Nazis in Northern Africa as part of the British Army.  The veterans from this country liberated us from Hitler and Nazi hegemony, freed this country from the British, chased down Al Qaeda and neutralized it, and […]

Al-Zawahiri, isn’t time for you to shut up and turn yourself in?

November 19, 2008

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Note from Rafik Beekun: Muslims reject terrorism of any kind, and take particular offense to al-Zawahri’s use of the offensive term “house Negro” in reference to President-elect Barack Obama. Islam abhors racism and emphasizes universal peace and brotherhood. We reject any and all use of racial slurs or insults. Al-Qaida’s second in command releases new […]

Winning the War of Ideas–A U.S. Perspective

July 27, 2008

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Featuring James Glassman, Undersecretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs July 8, 2008: Undersecretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs James Glassman addressed The Washington Institute’s Special Policy Forum on July 8, 2008. The following is the prepared text of his remarks. During my confirmation hearings in January, I said that […]

Contre Le Terrorisme et L’extrémisme Religieux : Position et Responsabilité du Musulman

June 3, 2007

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I. Notre position par rapport au terrorisme L’humanité vit aujourd’hui dans un monde interdépendant et interconnecté où l’interaction paisible et juste, incluant le dialogue inter et intra-religieux, devient impérative. Le fléau de l’extrémisme religieux et politique qui se manifeste sous plusieurs formes de violence, y compris, le terrorisme, constitue une grave menace pour nous tous […]