Category Archives: Muslim Brotherhood

Is a ‘Little Bit of Sharia’ Okay?

By Alyssa A. Lappen and Andrew G. Bostom American Thinker | Jul. 25, 2011 Some Americans argue that U.S. civil and criminal legal codes and courts should recognize Islamic law (sharia), as applied to Muslim families, at least. But sharia … Continue reading

A Foreign Policy Institute Obamamania Love Fest

Seeing the President as a “Born Again Neocon” by Alyssa A. Lappen Family Security Matters | May 24, 2011 Muhammed Ali (1769-1849) To hear former CIA agent Reuel Marc Gerecht tell it, Ottoman governor Muhammed Ali and his Menemencioglu tribe … Continue reading

What has happened to the Anti-defamation league?

Is opposition to sharia a social crime? by Alyssa A. Lappen Family Security Matters | Mar. 31, 2011 ADL now supports sharia. How can any supporter of civil rights defend the introduction of such barbaric “law” into the United States? … Continue reading

Yusuf Qaradawi’s U.S. minion

The real aim of the Fiqh Council of North America By Alyssa A. Lappen Act for America special report | Feb. 25, 2011 Those who believe Muslim Brotherhood spiritual leader Yusuf Qaradawi doesn’t threaten Egypt — or the U.S. — … Continue reading

Though Europe Rots, We Must Defend the West

With free speech under attack, our civilization’s survival is at stake. By Alyssa A. Lappen Pajamas Media | Jan. 18, 2011 Defending the rights to free speech of editor, columnist and Danish and International Free Press Society president Lars Hedegaard … Continue reading

Organization of Islamic Conference’s Chicago Summit Flops

The recent Chicago meeting of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) had low turnout, U.S. envoy Rashad Hussain failed to turn up, and only a tenth of the audience seats were filled. by Alyssa A. Lappen Family Security Matters … Continue reading