Islamic Fundamentalism: The Pending Storm

Over the past few months I have expended a great deal of electronic ink covering the continuing controversy surrounding the Muslim movement as some have called it.

This has included focusing on flashpoint crisises ranging from the building of the Ground Zero Mosque to fearful warnings of a global assimilation, and the seeming intolerance we have had towards our own religious convictions from the standpoint of Christianity in posts such as the aptly titled First prayer, then standing up to a bully and now . . . a kindergartner suspended for crying?! What is wrong with our schools!, and the 49th Parallel Forum broadcast 49th Parallel- Bah Humbug! What’s up with Happy Holidays?.

Regardless of which side of the freedom of religion debate that seems to be raging in society – especially here in North America, I have tried to provide a lens of informed understanding regarding the diversity within our increasingly globalized community, in the hope that somehow the silos of prejudice and ignorance would somehow dissolve into a mutual if not amiable co-existence.

The problem with taking this balanced approach to such a complex issue is that the equalizing tensions that seems to provide a moderating influence can itself quickly dissipate into an inflammatory wave of acrimony in which it appears that one side has somehow gained the upper hand in an emotionally charged situation.

Over time, I have amassed quite an extensive collection of posts, radio and television broadcasts which have individually and collectively garnered considerable attention and comments.

As a result, and to create a single and therefore easy access point to the entire collection, I am pleased to launch what I refer to as “The Pending Storm” page through which existing and future articles and broadcasts will be posted for your convenience.

Comments on this page are of course encouraged and more than welcome.

PI Window Blog:

July 28th, 2011 –  Is Islamic Fundamentalism the 21st century version of communism?

July 21st, 2011 –  Multi-denominational panel convenes to discuss the Muslim prayer controversy at Valley Park Middle School

March 15th, 2011 – Why is Bloomberg the fall guy for Ground Zero Mosque protestors . . . isn’t GE facilitating its construction?

March 1st, 2011 – 49th Parallel Co-Host’s Question Asking Where Have All the Muslims Gone Poignant on Many Levels

February 26th, 2011 – If you believe that money is power, then history tells us that the Islamic threat is real . . . but are we to blame?

February 25th, 2011 – Amidst 911 Hard Hat Pledge Founder’s erroneous rhetoric may be some important facts that ARE worth knowing and noting

February 2nd, 2011 – Unintended consequences: Like Vietnam which triggered the Six Day War, is the present day Mideast crisis an unintended consequence of U.S. policy regarding Iran?

September 9th, 2010 – Self-Directed Intolerance: Apologizing For The Christian Faith?

August 18th, 2010 – Pamela Geller’s rhetoric appears to reflect a deep rooted prejudicial anger versus a real desire to heal

PI Window Radio Coverage:

July 26th, 2011 –  Is Valley Park Middle School Canada’s Ground Zero Mosque? 

July 9th, 2011 –  A Muslim’s Right To Pray (Skokie Revisited?)

February 24th, 2011 – Constitutional Suicide Pact and the Ground Zero Mosque

PI Inquisitive Eye TV Coverage:

August 16th, 2010 –  A Muslim’s Right To Pray

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