The Dhimmi

Dhimmi and Dhimmitude After Mohammed had destroyed the three tribes of Jews in Medina, he attacked the Jews of Khaybar, a hundred miles away. After they surrendered, he made them dhimmis. A dhimmi was a non-Muslim who agreed to resist … Read More


KAFIR The language of Islam is dualistic. As an example, there is never any reference to humanity as a unified whole. Instead there is a division into believer and kafir (unbeliever). Humanity is not seen as one body, but is … Read More

Last Night of a Damned Soul

Radio Interview with Bill Warner July 10, 2008, 12:00 PDT, 3:00 EDT on the Web, BlogTalkRadio. From the Bookshelf The Last Night of a Damned Soul by Slimane Benaissa. Slimane Benaissa, an Algerian Berber living in France, is an … Read More

The Esposito School

Chief of the Dhimmis Sun Tsu speaks of two kinds of enemies in The Art of War. There is the “far enemy” and the “near enemy”. Islam defines itself to be the far enemy of all kafirs (unbelievers). The near … Read More