Author Archive for findalis

I’m in my 50′s, Female, Widowed, Mother of 2 grown children. I was born in Queens, NY, raised in Brooklyn and have the accent to prove it. I’m a veteran of the US Air Force. I worked as a Translator and Analyst. My theater of expertise was the Middle East. Just an NCO here. No need to salute me. I’m currently in semi-retirement, been outsourced once too often. I’m neither a conservative nor liberal. I am liberal on some issues and conservative on others. I vote my conscience. But on one issue I am very outspoken: The threat of Islamic Fascism and the security of the State of Israel!

Israel And The Rest of the World

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Everybody hates Israel. That is not just accepted wisdom, it is a reality that chokes all rational debate on the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians. There are exceptions, of course, such as Canada, but most of Western Europe has slipped from support for Israel to support for the Palestinian cause, as if both sides might not have valid claims to the disputed land.

Michael Behenna Wins Parole

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Good news for his family. UPDATE: 1st Lt. Michael Behenna is from Edmond, Oklahoma, a suburb of Oklahoma City. Along with the joyous news today that he will be paroled, please read his story here and understand what our Military…

U.S. “Chose to Stay Silent” on Muslim Persecution of Christians: November 2013

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A Christian college professor in India was finally acquitted of all blasphemy charges, although is still missing an arm — cut off by a group of men, following accusations that some of his exams contained offensive questions about Islam’s prophet Muhammad.

According to the founder of the Maspero Union, an activist movement in Egypt, targeting Christians in the context of seizing their money and their property is seen “as a religious duty.”

Muslim Persecution Of Christians: October, 2013

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On October 21 in Syria, U.S.-supported Islamist rebels invaded and occupied the ancient Christian settlement of Sadad for over a week, until ousted by the Syrian army. What took place that week was “the largest massacre of Christians in Syria,” in the words of Orthodox Archbishop Alnemeh. Among other things, 45 Christians—including women and children—were killed, several were tortured to death; mass graves were discovered; all of Sadad’s 14 churches, some ancient, were ransacked and destroyed; the bodies of six people from one family, ranging from ages 16 to 90, were found at the bottom of a well (an increasingly common fate for “subhuman” Christians).

How Will Obama Respond to Egypt?

The fact of the matter is that despite all the protestations of innocence from Ikhwan Web, the MB’s English-language web site, the Brotherhood has engaged in massive violence. Today, it stands accused by the government of the bombing of police hqs in Mansoura. Just since the military coup, They have driven their followers to destroy over 80 Christian churches.