January 28, 2017|Aaron Eitan MeyerNewsday
August 01, 2009|Aaron Eitan MeyerCovenant
While it may seem strange to suppose that the year 1936 was in any way beneficial to the Jewish people, considering the state of affairs in Nazi Germany, and the dawning of the Arab Revolt in the British Mandate of Palestine, that year did also bring
May 19, 2009|Brooke M. Goldstein and Aaron Eitan MeyerWashington Times
The United Nations recently passed resolutions that would make "defaming" Islam a globally criminal act. The United Kingdom first refused entry to Geert Wilders, a sitting European Parliament member and Islamist critic, and now has issued a list...
April 29, 2009|Brooke M. Goldstein e Aaron Eitan MeyerCenter for Security Policy
Gli autori americani che scrivono del Terrorismo e delle sue Fonti finanziarie sono al sicuro? I Consiglieri anti-Terrorismo della Polizia di New York sono al sicuro? Sono i Congressisti americani al sicuro quando riportano di Gruppi terroristici...
April 29, 2009|Brooke M. Goldstein and Aaron Eitan MeyerCenter for Security Policy
Are American authors who write about terrorism and its sources of financing safe? Are counter-terrorist advisors to the New York City Police department safe? Are U.S. congressmen safe when they report terrorist front groups to the FBI and CIA? Are
January 22, 2009|Brooke M. Goldstein and Aaron Eitan MeyerAmerican Spectator
On Wednesday, freedom of speech in Europe took a new and devastating turn, as a Dutch appellate court ordered the prosecution of Geert Wilders, parliamentarian and filmmaker, charging him with "inciting hatred and discrimination" against Muslims...
April 14, 2008|Aaron Eitan Meyer
On Thursday April 10th 2008, the Foundation for The Defense of Democracies and The New Criterion jointly presented a conference entitled "Free Speech in an Age of Jihad: Libel Tourism, "Hate Speech," and Political Freedom." The program consisted...