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The Disobedience of the Israelites during the Absence of Moses at Mount Al-Tur
'Israelis stealing organs in Haiti'
English Fatwas : Part one:
The contact prayers in Isslam, once for all
Fatwas Part One-Hundred
The Sheikhs/Clergymen of the Muhammadans Are the Dealers of Religious Opium
Le scénario de la destruction totale après le massacre de la Nouvelle-Zélande (4): La haine profonde des Arabes envers les Byzantins leur a fait ignorer une prédiction historique miraculeuse dans le
About Ending Peacefully the Culture of Wahabi Terrorism and Crusades-Like Terrorism
Russia in Syria!
In the occasion of the Nigerian suicide bomber on West Jet airline fro
The Holy Quran and the Destruction of the Al-Saud Family
The KSA on Its Way to Deny Sunna Hadiths: It Is NOT Difficult for the KSA to Reject Wahabism
The Suffering of An Old, Sick Man Regarding Purification and Prayers
The Farce of Sentencing Sheikh M. A. Nasr to a Five-Year Jail Term Accused of Showing Contempt of Religion
Liberate Islam from the dominance of tabooed masters
When in Rome
Torture within Quranist Viewpoint (15): Preaching by Bringing News of Bliss or Torment
Formation Statement of the Abraham Federation

Adopted unanimously by all participants of the first Social Justice Collaborative, August 7-9, 2008 in St. Louis sponsored by the Center for Economic and Social Justice, the American Chesterton Society and the Public Revenue Education Council:

“The Abraham Federation is a coalition of organizations that hold in common the idea that access to property ownership is the key to justice, and justice is the key to peace. We are a think tank and catalyst for social change comprised of Muslims, Christians, Jews and all who uphold the principles of natural law. We advocate limited economic power of the State, free and open markets, and the full rights of private property."

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