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Thoughts on Islam (and other political forces at work) in History

Islam is NOT for peace. Islam is a political effort, NOT a religious effort (it’s draped in religion). The real problem though is not this….. because they have a right to do and be whatever they want. The REAL problem is that people allow this in their homeland and then expect not to be bombed and murdered unless they convert. So it is with all other political forces seeking to take down America. I call these, enemies domestic. So, what should be our stance against the political forces at work…

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HIJRAH – Arabic for “jihad by immigration”

A friend of mine, Rev. Al Baker, once took in six refugees from Laos. But today this compassionate Christian asks, “How shall we address the issue of Syrian refugees coming to our country for asylum?” It’s true that “the United States has, without question, been a safe haven for the vast number of ethnicities in our world from our very beginning.” He continues by saying, “We know that God directed His people, just after their liberation from Egyptian bondage, to not mistreat the strangers or sojourners from other nations who…

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Letters to the Editor: Memories of Lee, Fl.

I was born in 1944 in the Lee Community, and at the age of six moved into the Lee town limits. I have fond as well as bittersweet memories of growing up, living and eventually having to leave the community of my heart – Lee, Florida. I am so happy I was born in Lee, Florida. I could have been born in a crime-ridden area of a northern city. I thank God that He providentially allowed me to be born in Lee. Even though Lee had its negatives – we…

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Letters to the Editor: Pay attention America! Our freedoms are being taken away!

On October 16, my life was changed forever. That was the day that my grandmother and I arrived in the United States from Cuba with only the clothes on our backs. It was both exciting and sad, for my parents and sister were not allowed to leave and I would not see them again for a year. We left behind a life of fear and oppression. My grandfather escaped a year earlier in a homemade boat and worked hard to get us out of the island. He had to leave…

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