Asad Shah and Continued Ahmadiyya Denial

1st Romana: All he’s doing is using you. Madame Lamia: I know. But that is better than nothing. Doctor Who  The Androids of Tara 1978 We keep hearing about the fear of a backlash against Muslims over the Brussels attacks against Muslims and we've finally got an actual murder of a Muslim in the west … Continue reading Asad Shah and Continued Ahmadiyya Denial

Radical Islamists: Equal Opportunity Murders

My Friend Pam Geller has often talked about the threat of radical Islamists to the west but it's worth noting that for ISIS if a Christian or a Jew or an Atheist isn't handy to kill any person who doesn't worship God the right way, their way, will do, even other Muslims: Pakistan’s Ismaili Shiite … Continue reading Radical Islamists: Equal Opportunity Murders

The Ahmadi Catch 22

1st Romana: You know, if Grendel does become king, he'll never make you his queen. Madame Lamia: Nor you, either. I will see to that. 1st Romana: Ah, but I don't want him and you do, don't you. Look, why don't you let me go? All you have to do is release me and the … Continue reading The Ahmadi Catch 22

Radical Islam, US Army & vs Ahmadiyya Islam on Christmas

At Gateway Pundit Jim Hoft brings us a story of yet another tolerant Imam: When you say: “Merry Christmas,” you are saying: “Congratulations on your false religion,” “Congratulations on your false understanding of life.” You are congratulating them on the most evil of polytheism and heresy. As Ibn Qayyim said, this is worse than fornication, … Continue reading Radical Islam, US Army & vs Ahmadiyya Islam on Christmas

DaTechGuy with Bishop Reilly & Dave Carter Now Available

For those of you who missed Bishop Reilly & Dave Carter Author of Che the Lost Diaries (along with his editor Richard McEnroe) on this weeks show. I have a way to wipe of the shame of that oversight. Simply click here and all two hours of DaTechGuy on DaRadio this week is yours carrying … Continue reading DaTechGuy with Bishop Reilly & Dave Carter Now Available

An Army of Barbaras Dr. Who, The Aztecs and Radical Islam

Page 1  Page 2  Page 3 and so we return to the present day. What were the lessons of that episode? Barbara's expertise on the Aztecs was in the classroom, when she said: BARBARA: Ah, well, that was one of my specialties, Susan. what she knew about the Aztecs came from her studies and while … Continue reading An Army of Barbaras Dr. Who, The Aztecs and Radical Islam

Wishful thinking from the Ahmadiyya Muslims

I've mentioned the Ahmadiyya Muslims on my blog before, they have a mosque on main street Fitchburg and march regularly in our 4th of July parade. They are good people and they certainly mean well with this effort: “Our hope is to emphasize to our fellow Americans,” Sayed said, “that it is the religious duty … Continue reading Wishful thinking from the Ahmadiyya Muslims

Sit Down Pam Geller Light might be dawning on Marblehead MSNBC

As a person who follows the war on terror and radical Islam, I have read many stories like this: In the weeks before the New Year's Day suicide bombing of an Egyptian church, al-Qaida-linked websites carried a how-to manual on "destroying the cross," complete with videos on how to build a bomb and the locations … Continue reading Sit Down Pam Geller Light might be dawning on Marblehead MSNBC

Where did Jesus Die? Amazon Review

My review of the Volume Where did Jesus Die by J. D. Shams is available at Amazon.com here This is written from the perspective of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community and was given to be to read by the Imam of the local Mosque. It would appear to be long out of print.

It’s the Islamic version of Fat Tuesday today…

...as Muslims around the world feast in preparation for the fast of Ramadan. After my post on the local mosque I picked up quite a few readers from the Ahmadiyya Muslim community. To those new readers and to Muslims everywhere I wish a happy feast and a blessed Ramadan.

My unexpected visit to the local Mosque

I was in town to cover the Planned Parenthood protests, got there early before the people did when I noticed an older fellow heading toward the Mosque. (Which was a bakery years ago). I never had actually been inside and asked the person (who it turns out was 89 year old Grammy winner Jazz legend … Continue reading My unexpected visit to the local Mosque