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

UTT Throwback Thursday: The Last Fatwa

The Ottoman Empire – the last Islamic Caliphate prior to the current one claimed by ISIS leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi – was established at the end of the thirteenth century, and was not dissolved until the early 1920’s. The last sitting Caliph to issue a fatwa – Islamic legal ruling – was Mehmed V […]

Armies of Mohammad, Christian Persecution, Dying in Islam, Information Dominance, jihad, mohammad, Mosque, Radical Islam, sharia, State Sponsors of Terrorism, Terrorism, The Ummah, UTT