Putin, Austria name 1915 Armenian killings ‘genocide’

Hurriyet Daily News 4/23/2015

Russian President Vladimir Putin has joined the list of world leaders and governments who have named the killing of Armenians at the hands of the Ottoman Empire “genocide,” just one day after the Austrian parliament issued a similar declaration, prompting Turkey to recall its ambassador.

“April 24, 1915, is a mournful […]

They'll like us when we win against ISIS

Daniel Hannan Opinion The Washington Examiner 2/23/2015

What is pulling Western-born boys, a surprising number of them converts from other religions, to the grisly banner of Islamic State? Surely a lot of the attraction has to do with the pitiless confidence that characterizes all totalitarian movements. The Salafists, like the Bolsheviks and the Nazis before […]

Walid Shoebat Exposes How Obama's Policies are Part of Master Plan to Revive Grand Caliphate

Walid Shoebat The Right Scoop 2/21/2015

Years ago, hints on questioning Obama’s loyalty to the U.S. was considered conspiracy theory. Today Americans are becoming increasingly more suspicious struggling to find rhyme or reason for Obama’s latest Middle East policies. Rudy Giuliani seems to attribute Obama’s policies to be influenced through his affiliations with radical socialists […]

The Nazi Romance With Islam Has Some Lessons for the United States

Two new important histories look at Hitler’s fascination with Islam and Atatürk, the founder of modern Turkey

David Mikics Tablet 11/24/2014

Both Hitler and Himmler had a soft spot for Islam. Hitler several times fantasized that, if the Saracens had not been stopped at the Battle of Tours, Islam would have spread through the European […]

‘All of These Men, Heroes’

100 Years After World War I Began, a Digital World Remembers

Zach Noble The Blaze 8/3/2014

A century ago Sunday, Germany declared war on France, setting in motion the bloody series of events that would leave millions dead across Europe and would set the stage for an even larger, costlier global conflict — World War […]

Sesquicentennial Comparisons: Black Slavery in America and Ottoman Turkey

“…Amongst the Mussulmans, however, the use of having slaves is universal; with them it is just as natural to have negro slaves as it is [for non-Muslims] to have cats or dogs in the house…”

 

Andrew G. Bostom American Thinker 1/1/2013

January 1, 2013 marks the sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) of President Abraham […]