They Don’t Remember, But Will Never Forget


Fox News reports: For so many Americans, Sept. 11, 2001, is a day forever seared in their memories. However, many others hardly remember it, because they were so young. Children who were sent home from school that Tuesday morning, but didn’t really understand why, are now becoming adults. They’re graduating high school and getting...
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Rep King hearings on radical Islam draw rival protests


Pro-national security groups peacefully confronted Leftists and pro-Muslim Brotherhood protesters on Long Island yesterday outside of House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Peter King’s congressional district office. The rally was to show support for King’s plan to conduct Congressional hearings on March 8 over the rise of radicalization within America’s Muslim community. A spokesperson for...
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Brit extremist to lead WH protest calling for ‘Islamic state in America’


Omar Bakri Mohammed called the 9/11 hijackers “the magnificent 19.” If the Obama administration grants him a visa does not bar his entry into the United States, his fellow co-founder of the banned Al-Muhajiroun group, Britain’s Anjem Choudary, will lead a protest outside the White House next Thursday, according to the Daily Mail (UK):...
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House stops all funding of Gitmo detainee transfers to U.S.

Photo of sketch by Janet Hamlin-Pool/Getty Images

The House voted 235-189 on Saturday to deny all funding for the transfer of Guantanamo detainees to the U.S. and associated detention facilities. The provisions were within H.R. 1, the continuing operating budget for all government agencies through September 30, 2011. The “lame-duck” session laws signed by President Obama only prohibited the Department of...
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Putting stitches in traveling 9/11 flag

September 11 flag stitching

The Orlando Sentinel reports: “Elsie Rosado helped bring the tattered banner to her town so that “local heroes” could get a chance to help stitch it back together. The National 9-11 Flag, as it’s now named, has been touring the country, honoring the victims of the attacks and the heroes who have protected the...
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Death to Apostates: Not a Perversion of Islam, but Islam

Doctor and Christian Said Musa, currently in a Kabul prison, faces execution

Andrew C. McCarthy writes: “This is the dictate of Mohammed himself. One relevant hadith (from the authoritative Bukhari collection, No. 9.83.17) quotes the prophet as follows: “A Muslim … may not be killed except for three reasons: as punishment for murder, for adultery, or for apostasy.” It is true that the hadith says “may,”...
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