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  • American Terrorist Group Names New Leader

    By Martin Mawyer

    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.

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  • Coach fired for praying in public!

    By Martin Mawyer

    It’s reasons like the above headline that we started our crowdfunding campaign to publish both a book and film called, "The United States: A Christian Nation."

    Here’s the outrage:

    Joe Kennedy is a high school football coach at Bremerton School District in Washington State.

    Did I say he “is” a football coach?

    I’m wrong.  He “was” a football coach, because he was fired.


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  • Are you committing a Civil Rights violation?

    By Martin Mawyer

    The U.S. Civil Rights Commission has produced a startling report declaring certain religious conduct to be a civil rights violation.

    The report states that religious freedom and religious liberty are “code words for discrimination, intolerance, racism, sexism, homophobia, Islamophobia, Christian supremacy ... ”

    The September report is obviously directed toward Christian Americans who believe in the fundamental values of the Bible and the teachings of Jesus Christ.

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  • In our survey, Islamic terrorism/immigration topped all other concerns

    By The Christian Action Network

    In one of our August mailings, the Christian Action Network sent out a 14-point questionnaire to gauge what our supporters care about most. The possible responses were these:

    A) Very Concerned B) Somewhat Concerned C) It’s on my mind D) Not concerned at all

    The results paint a worrisome picture: one of people who know what they are most threatened by, but don't see a clear path out of the problem.

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  • Even in Rio, Islam has trouble playing well with others

    By Alec Rooney

    The Christian Action Network

    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.

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