Over at the 1389 Counterjihad blog, I've begun a series -- which I call "From the Hesperado Files" -- where I'll be publishing various files I've collected over the years on Islam.
Just today, I published my first one there, an old essay I'd been saving detailing the actual inscriptions that are carved into the walls of the Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, a mosque second to the mosque in Medina in "holiness" and therefore Islamically fanatical importance and significance.
For at least the past ten years, I've been collecting files of information on Islam -- I must have a few hundred by now, reflecting a bewildering array and variety of subtopics. About 300 of them are in the form of World files, and about another 300 are in various folders among my Firefox Bookmarks.
I'll be trying to publish at least one per week -- with the kind indulgence of the 1389 Counterjihad blog owners. I do intend on publishing every last one, no matter how slight -- or how voluminous -- it may happen to be. And since the project would be gargantuan, the only way I can do this is by refraining from my usual somewhat OCD impulse to make sure every i is dotted and t crossed. I.e., many of these will likely look a little green around the gills.
But what the hey. These files have just been gathering dust stuck in their dark folders, so why not bring them out to the light and share them? Someone somewhere may well find them useful; and if even just one of them along the way nudges a person to wake up to the problem of Islam, it will have been worth it.