Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's visit to New York has changed many parameters in US-Egyptian relations, but support for the Muslim Brotherhood is not totally gone.
In political Islam vernacular, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’ s visit to New York and his attendance at the environmental summit and the UN General Assembly can be called the Battle of New York.
“..We will conquer your Rome, break your crosses, and enslave your women, by the permission of Allah..”
“..enslaving the families of the kuffār and taking their women as concubines is a firmly established aspect of the Sharī’ah..”
Upon conquering the region of Sinjar in Wilāyat Nīnawā, the Islamic State faced a population of Yazidis, a pagan minority existent for ages in regions of Iraq and Shām. Their continual existence to this day is a matter that Muslims should question as they will be asked about it on Judgment Day, considering that Allah had revealed Āyat as-Sayf (the verse of the sword) over 1400 years ago.
Series of conflicting statements over new electoral districts law fueled speculation whether Egypt's parliamentary elections will be held later this year or postponed to end of 2015
President Obama’s top military adviser said Sunday that he could envision situations in which U.S. troops could provide an edge in the fight against Islamic fundamentalists.
A Pew Research Center survey of the world’s Muslims released earlier this week had many interesting findings. The Daily Caller reviewed the survey and pulled out some of the most fascinating — and sometimes alarming — tidbits:
Coptic Solidarity 2014 Conference
The Annual Conference was held in Washington, D.C. on June 26-28, 2014.