Surrendering to Islam: Facing the Truth Will Bring Liberty Tuesday, September 21, 2010 •7:00 p.m. Skirball Cultural Center 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90049 The Third Choice is a one-stop shop for understanding Islam and the dhimmi condition Where and in what ways do you see dhimmitude at work in the West?
The Rev. Mark Durie Ph.D., an Australian noted scholar of Islam and vicar of St Mary’s Anglican Church in Caulfield, Victoria, Australia, discussed with CJHS and the audience these issues and will separate fact from fiction.
What is a mosque? This is an important and pressing question. I am reminded of the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein’s observation: “One thinks that one is tracing the outline of the thing’s nature over and over again, and one is merely tracing round the frame through which we look at it.” I suggest that this is how a lot of people form their understanding of mosques — they look at a mosque and think ‘Islamic church’, because a church is what they are familiar with.
By Danny Ayalon As a descendant of a family forced out of Algeria, my father and I – and the millions of other Jews from families who were expelled from Arab countries after 1948 – are entitled to redress.
By Moshe Dann The notion of a Palestinian people and Palestinian identity, although taken for granted today, has neither a long nor a distinguished history.
Four Israelis were murdered in a terrorist drive-by-shooting attack on route 60 near Qiryat Arba, east of Hebron, tonight, August 31, 2010.
It’s been a while since I photographed dead bodies. The last time I remember clearly was the murder of Yossi Shok from Beit Haggai who was shot and killed similarly on a Friday afternoon a few years ago.
Lt Col Avital Leibovich: An hour ago, we had a severe terroristic attack at Kiryat Arba – which is very close to Hebron.