June 8, 2009
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By Binyamin L. Jolkovsky
Yesterday Michael Graham wrote in his column: "I take no pleasure in saying it. It pains me to think it. I could very well lose my job in talk radio over admitting it. But it is the plain truth: Islam is a terror organization." And then his fears came true. Hours after his column appeared here, Graham, a mid-morning talker at WMAL in Washington, D.C., was suspended without pay pending an investigation. Graham's column and previous on-air comments were not the first time he's had a run-in with CAIR. In an April, 2004 column, he details other attempts by the Muslim group to silence him. But as late as this week, a WMAL executive, Randall Bloomquist, told the Washington Post that despite CAIR's protests about some of Graham's on-air utterances, the station had no intention of reprimanding him. Describing Graham's rhetoric as "amped up", he said, according to the paper, it is justified within the context of the program. "Remember that this is talk radio," Bloomquist added. "We don't do the dainty minuet of the newspaper editorial page. It's not 'Washington Week in Review.' It depends on pungent statements to drive it. Michael is rattling the cage. It's designed to start and further a conversation, and it has certainly done that." Graham, on-air, explained his position on Islam:
The attached file is from Rabbi Rob Miller. Although many of you (and I)
would not agree with some of his theology, this letter is very important and significant. You need to read it.
To the Netzarim Diaspora in Australia
It has come to my attention that a Believer in YahShua is being persecuted in Australia. His life was threatened recently when attending a Muslim run so-called inter-faith meeting in Sydney. He is an Arab Believer and a minister in Sydney by the name of F I_______
By Jean-Christophe Mounicq
The morning of Jan. 29, upon hearing about the attack on a bus in Jerusalem, I did not experience the expected emotion. It seemed such a "normal" thing, and I have not enough tears to shed for people I do not know.
The next day, on Jan. 30, I read an article about one of the victims -- Avraham Belhassen, 26 years old, a young father -- and realized that I could tolerate no more. I can no longer tolerate terrorist folly, Islamist hatred, the passivity of Muslims, the blindness of the West.
'Homosexuals know they must silence the church and that's what's behind this'
Posted: October 18, 2008
12:10 am Eastern
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A growing movement that experts believe could end up in the criminalization of Christianity in the United States is being exposed in a new documentary being prepared for airing on October 26, officials at Coral Ridge Ministries have announced.
By Dan Rabkin
"I am writing to advise you that following the London bombings in July 2005, the Home Secretary announced a list of particular activities that would normally lead to a person being excluded or deported from the UK " ¦ The list of unacceptable behaviours covers:
Posted: March 01, 2008
4:47 pm Eastern
Lawyers for a team of Christians convicted of disorderly conduct for praying at a "gay" fest in a public park in Elmira, N.Y., are promising an appeal of the verdict that left them with $100 fines.
Christian Persecution in the Middle East
by Nina Shea
In the two millennia since the child"s birth in a humble manger in Bethlehem, the good news of Christianity has spread to every continent, inspiring more followers than any other religion today. But the lands that once were the cradle of Christianity have turned distinctively inhospitable to the faith. Fiercely intolerant variants of Islam are taking hold in the region, many of them fueled with ideology and funds from Saudi and Iranian extremists.
Decision affirms constitutional right to engage in religious speech on public property
Monday, August 06, 2007, 10:04 AM (MST)
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CUMMING, Ga. " ” A Georgia Superior Court has dismissed all charges against Frederic Baumann, a Christian man whom Cumming police arrested in April for passing out religious literature on a public sidewalk.Ã‚ Attorneys with the Alliance Defense Fund represent Baumann and had requested the court dismiss the charges.
by American Family Association
Davou Bulle, his wife, and their 10 children each climbed into the van, exhausted from another full day of work on their family"s farm. He started to pull away but was soon jarred to attention by the sound of gunshots hitting the tires. They were being ambushed because of his faith!