Browsing All posts tagged under »Shi’a Islam«

Iraq’s New War – If You’re Not Going To Finish The Job, Don’t Start It!

June 23, 2014 by


There’s something not quite right happening in Iraq right now. I’d like to write about it, but I’m not sure how to word it correctly to ensure the correct context on the matter, but here goes anyway. It’s a Shi’ite versus Sunni thing, and it always has been, and that is the root cause of […]

Obama is Sunni Muslim? Is This Why He Does Not Help Shiite Controlled Iraq?

June 21, 2014 by


By Dave Gaubatz Millions of Americans have asked themselves if President Obama is Muslim.  I have always said in accordance with Shariah law, Obama was born Muslim because his father was a Muslim.  Did he leave Islam in later years.  Doubtful, but only he knows.  Obama’s father was Sunni and Obama was educated in his […]

Syria Conflict Exacerbates Communal Tension in Lebanon

July 1, 2013 by


By Elizabeth O’Bagy The conflict in Syria has exacerbated traditional communal tensions in Lebanon, with violent clashes becoming increasingly widespread in parts of the country. Sectarian polarization has fueled Sunni mobilization and allowed radical figures like Salafist Sheikh Ahmed al-Assir to gain popularity among a disenfranchised, increasingly militant Sunni community. His armed wing has received […]