FALL 2006 VOLUME XIII: NUMBER 4
Uriya Shavit, Al-Qaeda's Saudi Origins
Saudi conspiracy theorists laid the ground for Osama bin Laden
Denis MacEoin, Why Do Muslims Execute Innocent People?
Shari'a law can be more flexible than the Islamists who apply it
David Bukay, The Religious Foundations of Suicide Bombings
Suicide bombers find instruction and inspiration in the Qur'an
David Verbeeten, How Important Is the Israel Lobby?
U.S. policymakers learned that Israel was a better friend than its neighbors
Harsh V. Pant, Saudi Arabia Woos China and India
Riyadh's approach to the east won't save it from tough choices on internal reform
Bilal A. Wahab, How Iraqi Oil Smuggling Greases Violence
Black gold finances more than Iraq's reconstruction
Eyal Zisser, Bashar al-Assad's Gamble
The Syrian leader believes he can outlast both internal enemies and Washington
Ayaan Hirsi Ali: "I Will Continue to Ask Uncomfortable Questions"
A leading anti-Islamist activist explains her decision to leave the Netherlands
Henry Kissinger to Iraq in 1975: "We Can Reduce Israel's Size"
The godfather of U.S. realism offers to sell out Israel
Al-Qaeda in Europe ... Female suicide bombers ... Hebrew Orientalism ... Lebanese Shi'ites
Jeffrey Azarva, Dissident Watch: Muhammad al-Sharqawi
An Egyptian crackdown against democracy activists claims another victim