This last Wednesday, on the anniversary of one of the worst terrorist attacks this nation has witnessed, Brother Craig The Hatchet Man took some time to talk about the unknown history of 9/11 and some of the unknown facts about the significance of the date and why it means so much to the Muslim world.
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In Honor of Our Fallen To understand why Bin-Laden chose to attack us on September 11th, get a historical perspective from 453 years ago, as the Muslim world continued to attack the Christian West. As we can see, there are many in the Muslim world who continue this war against us up to this very
More Benghazi revelations are shared from guest, Brad Owens, a contractor with the Torres Firm, who was personally on the ground in Benghazi six months before the raid, and was in charge of gearing up to take over the guard duty. After the September 11th attacks destroyed the compound and killed Ambassador Chris Stevens and
September 11th observes the anniversary of the terrorist attaches on America., commonly referred to as 9/11. Did you know that historically, there are a total of 5 significant attacks on September 11th? In my message with this posting, I share a historical timeline of 9/11 attacks, with a common thread of radical Islam being the
Nonie Darwish, a Middle East scholar, is Director of Former Muslims United and author of Cruel and Usual Punishment. A human rights activist, Nonie Darwish was raised as a devout Muslim in the Gaza and Cairo before immigrating to the U.S. Her controversial new book, Wholly Different: Why I Chose Biblical Values Over Islamic Values, argues
Laurie Cardoza Moore is founder and President of Proclaiming Justice to the Nations (PJTN). Based in Nashville, Tennessee, PJTN was founded in 2001 in response to 9/11. Her voice has been given a national platform by major broadcast outlets as widely diverse as CBN’s “700 Club,” to Jon Stewart and CNN‘s Anderson Cooper 360 –
“May the lives remembered, the deeds recognized, and the spirit reawakened be eternal beacons, which reaffirm respect for life, strengthen our resolve to preserve freedom, and inspire an end to hatred, ignorance and intolerance.” These words are part of the mission statement of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum at the World Trade Center