October 10, 2019

Remembering the West’s Victory Over Islam at Tours in 732 AD

Written by John D. Guandolo On this day in 732 AD, Frankish forces near Tours in Gaul (France) under the control of Charles “The Hammer” Martel defeated Islamic armies under the command of Abdul Rahman, who was killed in the battle, thus saving Europe, at least temporarily, from Islam’s barbarism. While many battles preceded and […]

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May 2, 2018

The Crusades are Nothing Like Jihad

One of the most frequent comments members of the Understanding the Threat team hear when presenting information about sharia (Islamic law) and the life of Islam’s prophet Mohammed is: “What about the Crusades?” UTT responds with:  “What about the Crusades?  What do you know about them?  When was the first Crusade?  Who ordered it?  Why […]

Christian Persecution, Civilization Jihad, ISIS, Islam, Islamic Law, jihad, mohammad, Mosque, Muslim Attacks