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Money Jihad
"This blog is dedicated to exposing how the enemies of America finance themselves. Here we shine a light on: Terrorist funding, The economies & military expenses of Middle Eastern countries, Sharia finance, Islamic taxation"

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Islamic Expansion and Decline
"This paper is a historical survey examining the nature of Islamic civilization and the factors underlying its expansion, peak and decline... Understanding history objectively is essential if the civilization-killing bias infecting the education establishment is to end"
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Tears of Jihad
From Bill Warner at the Center for the Study of Political Islam. "In Africa over 120 million Christians and animists have died over the last 1400 years of jihad. Approximately 270 million nonbelievers died over the last 1400 years for the glory of political Islam. These are the Tears of Jihad which are not taught in any school"
Historical and Investigative Research
Site edited by University Professor of Biocultural Psychology and Ethnopolitical Conflict. Issues include Israeli-Arab conflict, history of PLO, History of Israel, Yugoslavia, and more. Rigorously documented, sourced and footnoted


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Armenian Genocide
From "Armeniapedia: the online Armenia Encyclopedia". Documents the Armenian Genocide, with a summary of events, quotes, articles of the time, first-hand accounts, suggested readings, graphic pictures, and many links to other essential sites covering the subject
Website about Armenian history from 800 BCE - 2004, including the genocide during WWI. Important historic data about the first holocaust of the 20th century by the hand of Muslims. Their goal is to "provide the general public with easily accessed reliable facts and information about Armenia and it's related issues"


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Christians Of Iraq
"Christians of Iraq trace their ancestry to the ancient Assyrians and Babylonians. They are known by various names such as Assyrians, Chaldeans for those who belong to the Chaldean-Church and Syriacs for the members of the Syrian Orthodox church"
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What Arab Civilization?
This letter was sent to Carly Fiorina, CEO of Hewlett Packard Corporation, in response to a speech given by her on September 26, 2001. It is a letter about "Islamic achievements and tolerance"
Genocides Against the Assyrian Nation
Documents the Muslim genocide against Assyrians. "Throughout our long history, each time an Assyrian man, woman, or child stood up against their oppressors and refused to give up their religion, language, or national existence, our nation as a whole was pulled one step back from the abyss of extinction"


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Muslim League Attack on Sikhs and Hindus in the Punjab 1947
Book by Sardar Gurbachan Singh Talib detailing the suffering of Hindus and Sikhs who fled their homes during the Partition of India. Ishtiaq Ahmed, of the Department of Political Sciences at Stockholm University, examined the book and reported that many of the incidents related in the text can be independently verified
History of India (Links)
One of our own pages. A collections of links to informative books, websites and articles on the history of India, with emphasis on the period of Muslim rule


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Pre-Islamic Paganism
Archived version of the site. Discusses the pre-Islamic civilization in Arabia. "Please be aware that the subject matter of my web site is not intended for anyone under eighteen or sensitive to controversial subject matter"