Appeasers are once again protecting Islam, presumably on the assumption that because it is a monotheistic religion it is somehow equivalent to Christianity, and telling us that we can dialogue with 'moderate' Muslims.
While ISIS uses artillery and bombs to further their worldly ambitions, the weapon of choice for the AMC to promote humanity and spread the true peaceful teachings of Islam is the almighty pen.
My criticism of the rationalists, the humanists and the secularists is their desire for a society in which the sacred is no more.
Just why has the Big Bash taken off in the past two years? From humble beginnings it's now compelling viewing, live and on TV.
We must always be on guard against terrorism, its our responsibility to band together to defeat not only terrorism but equally important, avoid falling into the Islamophobia trap.
What do 'identity', 'sharing economy' and 'face with tears of joy emoji' have in common?
Perhaps Christianity is indeed in decline. But the decline has nothing to do with assault from without, and everything to do with unbelief from within.
Typically you would wrap a number of things – perhaps a lump of coal, or a carrot plus your real present.
Does Monk's purported inclusivity extend to embracing a traditional, religious, faith-inspired, Bible-based, Nativity-based, Christ-centred Christmas?
The peaceful, loyal and law-abiding Australian Muslims deserve a 'fair go'. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is a perfect example as victim of this over generalisation.
While it is popular to say, in an intended peace-making turn, that Christianity, and Islam believe in the one God, it is apparent from close inspection that this is not true.
It is apparent from the book, that despite Waleed's media-savvy personality, he is a rather dedicated Islamist.