What primary lesson should the US be learning from the Islamic terrorist actions in the UK?
Pres. Trump attacked the mayor of London by telling people that they shouldn’t need to worry about Islamic terrorism when in fact they should be concerned. If London and the UK should be concerned, on a scale of 1- 10 with 10 being the most and 1 being the least, how concerned should Americans be about such Islamic terrorist attacks here in America?
From London Bridge to the Western Wall. We are joined by John Guandolo (Understanding the Threat) and Bill Koening (White House Correspondent, World Watch Daily). Topics discussed include: How concerned should Americans be about such Islamic terrorist attacks in America? What primary lesson should the US be learning from the Islamic terrorist actions in the UK? The contrast of the Middle East polices of the Obama and Trump Administrations. Is Saudi Arabia hypocritical to denounce terrorism in Qatar when there’s evidence that the Saudi’s sponsor terrorism?
Paris Accord Dumped. Refugees Increased. Imminent Manchester Type bombings in the US? Responding to Islamic Propaganda Lies. We are joined by Leo Hohmann (news editor, World Net Daily).
Are Muslims and Christians “People of the Book”?
What role are the over 3000 Islamic mosques playing in making a Manhattan type bombing or another 9-11 possible in the US? It only makes sense that the Imams and the teaching in the mosques are either telling American Muslims it is a sin to destroy and murder or they are telling them how to best murder and destroy. What is the role of the Mosque in Jihadism?
What is the history of Ramadan? Why is it a holy month to the Muslim world?
What causes those of us not directly involved or affected by 9/11/2001 to consider truthful statements of behavior related to the events of that day hate speech?
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