Supreme Court Increases Likelihood of Muslim Attack | Bryan Fischer

from American Family Association For liberals and homosexual activists, whether they got their feelings hurt has now become the sole indicator of iniquity. If something you or I do causes them emotional discomfort, it is the equivalent in their eyes of physical assault and must be punished by the power of the state. Lawsuit after […]

The Antichrist and the Muslim Mahdi (Part 1) | Michael Youssef

Daniel tells us that the Antichrist will speak “boastfully” (Daniel 7:8), yet it is clear that these will not be empty boasts. The Antichrist will appear to possess superhuman brilliance. He’ll be the ultimate smooth talker, the greatest con-man who ever lived, and he’ll unite the nations under his rule. At first, he’ll seem to […]

Obama Has ‘Strong Loyalties’ to Islam | Michael Youssef

from Charisma News: Let me just say that President Obama is probably not a Muslim, but not a Christian, either. Most likely, he’s agnostic. Politics is his religion. That doesn’t mean that he doesn’t possess strong loyalties. Many people are afraid to discuss those loyalties, however, lest they be branded some type of crazy “Obama […]

Erick Stakelbeck — The Muslim Brotherhood | Jewish Voice Today

from Jewish Voice Today, You Tube As the Muslim Brotherhood gains prominence and political power inside the United States do they represent a clear and present danger? Today’s guest, Erick Stakelbeck, a well-known investigative news reporter and Middle East expert will share information from interviews with radical Islamists and intelligence analysts that you have probably […]

Is the U.S on the side of the Muslim Brotherhood? | Joel Rosenberg

from (Washington, D.C.)—The violence in Egypt is horrific, heart-breaking and painful to watch. The question is: What do we do about it? The Wall Street Journal’s Bret Stephens writes a thought-provoking column today that I commend to your attention. The former editor-in-chief of the Jerusalem Post raises a very important question. He argues it […]