Tag Archives: Islamic

Greeley is Vulnerable

Will Greeley once again be the epicenter of terrorist activities? Those who read the Northern Colorado Gazette are aware of the history connecting Al Queda Islamic terrorism to Greeley and Weld County. Now northern Colorado faces a new threat. According … Continue reading

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Eric Holder now favors Arming Americans

Is Somali Terrorism another Clinton – Obama Legacy? Has Eric Holder reversed his position on the right for citizens to bear arms? Holder, for years a leading opponent of the 2nd Amendment right of Americans to be able to protect themselves … Continue reading

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NoCoGazette – smarter readers better news from a Simpler Time

by Craig Masters While regular readers of the Northern Colorado Gazette don’t always agree with the opinion pieces, they always trust that the news is reported with minimum bias. We don’t have to report stories we might not like or want … Continue reading

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Terrorist trial in Denver

by Craig Masters Jamshid Muhtorov is charged in Denver Federal Court as a terrorist. But, as recent as 2007, the UN supported Muhtorov’s status as a political refugee from the oppressive Uzbekistan government and the U.S., under the Bush administration, granted … Continue reading

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Supremes could decide fate of NSA spying program after conflicting rulings

Contradicting an earlier ruling last week that the NSA’s collection of data on most Americans was flagrantly unconstitutional, another judge has ruled this week that the agency has the right to collect data in order to prevent terrorist attacks.   … Continue reading

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Al-Qaeda takes Fallujah as battle for control of country continues

The city that was one of the bloodiest battles of the American war in Iraq has now fallen to our enemies as al-Qaeda has reportedly captured the city of Fallujah.   The Washington Post is reporting that an al-Qaeda affiliated … Continue reading

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SEAL Team 6 families suspicious of official government claims

More than two years after President Obama reassured the father of a member of SEAL Team 6 that the government would look into the death of his son, the father is still waiting for a response, and his suspicions are … Continue reading

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The World asks, “Will Obama finish the job his rebels haven’t?”

by Craig Masters After another speech of questionable truths, Obama plays a round of golf, and the world braces for an expanding war – perhaps the worst yet. Why? Is this Obama’s game plan for one world government with him … Continue reading

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Which side will receive U.S. missile strikes?

by Craig Masters Those who would destroy Israel and America are doing nothing wrong – they have their “laws” handed down from their “supreme” being. We Christians have ours. Conflicts result when someone throws out the idea that democracy is … Continue reading

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Media attempts to portray Muslims as vicitms in Boston bombing

While authorities continue to attempt to locate those responsible for the brutal terrorist attack on Patriot’s Day in Boston, Muslim groups and their supporters are already attempting to get ahead of the game by setting themselves up as the victims … Continue reading

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Iran reportedly behind Boston attack

by Peter Grady –   A former member CIA spy in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard says a source within Iranian intelligence agencies claimed the Iranian government is behind the terrorist bombing in Boston on Monday.   According to Reza Kahlili, … Continue reading

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Was Petraeus blackmailed by Obama administration?

by Peter Grady –   Following news of an affair by CIA director David Petraeus just a few days after the election, some have speculated Petraeus may have been blackmailed into giving false testimony before Congress about the terrorist attacks … Continue reading

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Obama refuses to say he ordered military support in Benghazi

by Peter Grady –   President Obama refused to answer a simple yes or no question on whether he issued an immediate order to support diplomats who made multiple requests for aid after they were attacked by terrorist elements in … Continue reading

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It’s official, Petraeus to testify before Congress

by Peter Grady –   Despite his resignation last week for having an affair, officials have confirmed that CIA director David Petraeus will still be testifying before Congress about the Libya terror attacks in Benghazi that resulted in four dead … Continue reading

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Hillary: Can’t testify, have wine-tasting event to go to

by Matt Lacy –   As Congress attempts to discover the events in Benghazi where Americans including an ambassador were killed, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will not be able to testify because among other things she will be attending … Continue reading

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Army appeals court to decide whether Ft. Hood shooter can be forced to shave beard

by Jack Minor –   An Army Appeals court is deciding whether the judge in the case of the accused Fort Hood shooter exceeded his authority by requiring that Maj. Nidal Hasan comply with the Army’s grooming standards by shaving … Continue reading

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Pastor jailed for leaving Islamic faith finally freed

by Matt Lacy –   An Iranian pastor who has been in prison for almost three years for the crime of converting to Christianity from Islam has finally been freed after intense international pressure was brought against the Iranian government. … Continue reading

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U.S. embassy attacked, Ambassador killed after apology for “hurting Muslims feelings”

by Matt Lacy –   Following an apology by the embassy in Cairo for Americans who portrayed Islam in a negative light, Muslims attacked diplomatic facilities in Libya and Egypt which resulted in the death of several Americans including the … Continue reading

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Top Obama advisor gets big payday tied to Iran

by Craig Masters August 5, 2012, the Washington Post reported that senior Obama advisor, David Plouffe, had received $100,000 from a company that owns the multi-billion dollar Iranian cellular phone company Irancell. If your bank or business would do this … Continue reading

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Muslims accused of playing victim card over Sikh shooting

by Matt Lacy –   An expert on Islamic Jihad says the recent attempts by Muslim groups to portray the tragic murders at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin as an anti-Muslim attack is hypocritical considering the long history of Muslim … Continue reading

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Pakistan restores Twitter after subscribers “insulted the prophet”

by Jack Minor —   After briefly blocking Twitter services for allowing what it said was blasphemous material, the government of Pakistan has restored access to the network.   The tweets in question promoted a Facebook competition to post images … Continue reading

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Iran now jails pastor’s lawyer

by Jack Minor —   The government of Iran appears to be doubling down in the case of a pastor facing the death sentence for leaving the Islamic faith by now arresting his attorney. The American Center for Law and … Continue reading

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Judge rules enforcing Muslim law on everyone not establishment of religion

by Peter Grady —   A federal judge says an Ohio prison that forces all inmates to adhere to a strict Islamic diet is not an establishment of religion  because everyone eats the same food. A federal judge recently threw … Continue reading

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“Ritual washings” and Muslim prayers paid for by taxpayers

by Craig Masters On the last Sunday in January, Catholic priests around the country told their congregations the “news” about the latest assault on Christianity in America. In Pittsburgh, Bishop David Zubik wrote that President Obama had told Catholics, “To … Continue reading

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Muslim group wants Somalia free of Christians

by Peter Grady — Al Shabab, a Muslim group in Somalia, wants to rid the country of all Christians and is specifically going after Christian converts from Islam. The group which recently partnered with al Qaeda desires to implement Sharia … Continue reading

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Iranian Christians await verdict over their faith

      While many Christians are aware of Iranian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani, who is facing a possible death sentence for refusing to recant his Christian faith he, is not the only one awaiting news of his fate.   On … Continue reading

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School board declined on policy preventing pro-Sharia groups speaking to students

by Jack Minor — The head of a Florida-based pro-family organization said a school board in Tampa has officially declined to adapt a policy that would prohibit officials with a Pro-Sharia group from addressing students in the public schools. Members … Continue reading

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Is Iran stalling on nuke issue?

by Peter Grady – With the US and European allies once again warning Iran to shut down its nuclear program, some experts are suggesting the Iranian government is simply stalling for time to develop its nuclear bomb. Once again, the … Continue reading

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America’s Most Biblically-Hostile U. S. President

When one observes President Obama’s unwillingness to accommodate America’s four-century long religious conscience protection through his attempts to require Catholics to go against their own doctrines and beliefs, one is tempted to say that he is anti-Catholic. But that characterization … Continue reading

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Dismissal of charges against Muslim assaulting atheist proves need for anti-sharia laws

Gabriel by Jack Minor — The recent decision by Pennsylvania Judge Mark Martin to throw out assault charges against a Muslim man who assaulted an atheist who insulted his faith reveals the need for anti-sharia laws, a pro-national defense activist … Continue reading

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UNC offering food meeting Islamic standards

by Jack Minor – Students attending the University of Northern Colorado this semester may notice a change in the food offerings with menu choices now including meat slaughtered according to Islamic guidelines. Hal Brown, the food director at UNC, told … Continue reading

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Pres. Candidate says US reaction to Quran burning shows officials know Islam not religion of peace

by Peter Grady – A Florida pastor who is running for president as an independent says that despite claims by government officials that Islam is a religion of peace, recent actions show they do not truly believe that. Pastor Terry … Continue reading

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CAIR praises Muslim community for turning in FL terrorist, then criticizes FBI for “entrapment”

by Matt Lacy – While praising local Muslims for their help in capturing a Florida Muslim who wanted to blow up area nightclubs, CAIR then criticized law enforcement authorities saying they may have used “entrapment” to catch the bomber. Sami Osmakac, a … Continue reading

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Canada creates office to promote religious freedom overseas yet stifles Christians’ beliefs

by Peter Grady — Canada has established an office of religious freedom in its foreign affairs department, however, the country appears to have no problem prohibiting Christians in its own borders from upholding personally held beliefs. One of the reasons … Continue reading

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Comeback kid: Santorum comes within 8 votes of Romney

by Matt Lacy – After remaining at the bottom of the polls during the Republican debates, Rick Santorum has suddenly sprung to the top of the conservative pack, finishing in a virtual photo finish against moderate candidate Mitt Romney. The … Continue reading

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