10 Aug 2009

Muslim Populations in Europe: The Sharia Invasion

“The long distance, already successfully underway, is to apply existing western laws to implement Sharia in their societies. Between Sharia and radical violence is a distance so short, it is impossible for the west to avert or mitigate the risks of Islamic terror.” Washington DC – August 10, 2009 (Farid

20 Jul 2009

US Rapprochement with Syria: The Fake, The Missed, and the Real – Part Two

Syria has Become the World’s Dumpster and its Leadership is the World Garbage Disposal. A Free Damascus is the Key to Reversing the Tide of Islamic Terror. Saudi Arabia Does not Want Damascus Tolerant History to Rise above its Wahabbism. Thus its Support of Assad. Sufism, and not the Muslim

17 Jun 2009

Signs of Nervous Behavior in Damascus

For the first time, we see signs that Assad is scared that the uprising in Iran may spill over to Syria. Washington – June 17, 2009 (Farid Ghadry) – Assad just decided to free Walid al-Bunni, a physician, who was imprisoned illegally in 2007 for merely talking to a prison

09 Mar 2009

From Hama to Hamas: Syria’s Islamist Policies

Understanding the logic of Syria’s policies can be a daunting task. Syria, under the Assad regime, has fostered a strategy that includes persecution of the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood (SMB) at home while providing moral support, weaponry, and other tangible assets to the Palestinian Muslim Brotherhood abroad

18 Feb 2009


Syria may follow Iran, be taken over by Muslim Extremists should world fail to act The Middle East is engaged today in a battle for its soul and the decisions acted upon by the new Obama and Israeli administrations will either defer a Muslim Renaissance by offering an olive branch

13 Jan 2009


Can Muslims engineer coexistence instead of inventing “resistance?” Farid Ghadry One cannot but wonder, watching the demise of Hamas, if the outcome of this war is more of a lesson for Arabs or Israelis. What experiences can we draw from a war against a supposed enemy whose power and knowledge