Allahu Akbar

CNN host Jake Tapper won’t put up with fake news.
Authorities say there is no threat to the man's Idaho community.
The phrase "Allahu Akbar" is commonly used by Muslims to remind themselves of God's vastness and power. Unfortunately, some Muslim extremists employ this phrase before performing acts of terror, leading many to associate "Allahu Akbar" with violence and destruction.
Strength is to let go, to let be, to simply exist. Strength is to know that we are nothing and that we have no strength. It is to know that strength is in God and is not acquired but provided.
We try to display ourselves as strong, independent beings, as confident and un-phased by the events around us. In reality, it is often a show, a facade, a cry for attention rather than an element of fortitude.
There are thousands of names and attributes for God because of the many languages, cultures, and religions.
“Would you have a problem with an American person saying ‘Thank God, thank God'?" McCain said. “That’s what they're saying
“Would you have a problem with an American person saying ‘Thank God? Thank God?'" McCain said. “That’s what they're saying
"The fact he shouted Allahu Akbar, that seems to be why the security guard drew his weapon and fired a number of shots at
Neighbors said that the woman had wanted to throw out her husband. A German man was seen atop his roof, a knife in one hand
What has been the impact on Muslim Americans after a decade of discrimination? The answer is both surprising and predictable.
The phrase Allahu Akbar is used, abused and misused not by anyone else, but by Muslims. We unequivocally condemn abuse of the phrase.
Hasan was shot four times during the rampage. Cone says he is hospitalized in stable condition and that military officials
Democracy's 'War on Islam' is exactly the war Islamic terrorists have been hoping to ignite, and we must not let them succeed. It is time for peaceful, ordinary Muslim Americans to put their collective foot down.
Since 2001, 195 cases of terrorism have been uneventfully prosecuted in civilian courts, with 91% ending in convictions, But this little factoid surely won't stop Republicans from exploitative political posturing.
Look closely at the images of mass demonstrations taking place in Iran this week and you will see them: thousands of brave Iranian women taking to the streets to protest an election they feel was stolen.
The ruling Islamists appear to have forgotten their own history, and the role that technology can play in a popular uprising.