The Blaze TV’s Glenn Beck show featured Mosab Hassan Yousef, the bestselling author of “Son of Hamas: A Gripping Account of Terror, Betrayal, Political Intrigue, and Unthinkable Choices,” Monday discussing how he personally rejected radical Islam and converted to Christianity.
“I was brought up in a state of delusion, believing the Islamic theory that once we control the globe and build an Islamic State we can bring humanity, justice and happiness and solve the human condition,” Yousef said. “Islam is a very dark theory and we need to face this reality.”
The son of one of the founding members of Hamas, Yousef worked as a spy for the Israeli intelligence service after beginning to question the ideology he had been raised with. On Monday, he reiterated his belief that “Islam is the religion of war.”
Sally Hilburn, Director, Tishomingo Clinic
ADA, Okla. – Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby recently appointed Sally Hilburn, a Chickasaw administrative health care professional, to lead the Chickasaw Nation Health Clinic in Tishomingo, Okla.
“Mrs. Hilburn understands the important role healthcare plays in helping enhance the quality of life of the Chickasaw people” said Gov. Anoatubby.
“Her experience and dedication to serving the people she sees as friends and neighbors make her well-suited for this position.”
Sights and sounds of furry has erupted nationwide in the latest created crisis of public uproar from the left with equally deafening response from the right. To the high volume of debate; The Daily Caller’s Casey Harper offers a simple nine things “you need to know” on both sides.
Indiana’s new religious freedom law has outraged Hollywood, media and, of course, the Leftists who apparently hope to distract from the massive failures to govern both domestically and in foreign policy by the current U.S. Administration.
Analysis: Currently, the Oklahoma House is considering a measure that could change the date for our Presidential Primary. This is an important issue and one that is certainly deserving of debate and discussion. But we need honest debate and discussion. It is unfortunate that there are those who prefer to twist this bill into a campaign issue with half-truths, deception and misinformation.
The first in a monthly series of public meetings was held last week and the video is now available online below.
Speakers included; Gary Jones, Oklahoma State Auditor and Inspector on the good governance and financial reports his office produces statewide, Charity Marcus on youth and minority involvement in public issues, Jonathan Bartlett on Homeschooling challenges in Northeastern Oklahoma and Tulsa Today Publisher David Arnett on local and national journalism challenges.