March 05, 2018|Earl Bowen and Asaf RomirowskyYnet
Groups like Black Lives Matter have distorted Mideast reality, pushing many African-Americans to make assumptions and conclusions based on falsehoods and misinformation
December 10, 2016|Stephen SchwartzThe Weekly Standard
Originally published under the title "White Supremacist and Radical Islamist Terror Against American Jews and Israelis." Founded in 2007, the Community Security Service (CSS) is a low-profile, nonprofit organization based in New York...
February 25, 2015|Cinnamon Stillwell and Rima GreeneJihad Watch
Originally published under the title, "Stanford 'Charlie Hebdo' Panel: Je Suis Ferguson?" What does the Islamic terrorist attack on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in January have to do with the 2014 police shootings...
February 21, 2015|Daniel PipesNational Review Online
Originally published under the title, "Remembering Malcolm X Fifty Years Later" On this date fifty years ago, the man best known as Malcolm X was killed by a Nation of Islam (NoI) hit squad while speaking just north of Harlem, New York....
December 27, 2013|Daniel PipesThe Washington Times
The year 2013 marks the centenary of the reported founding of the Canaanite Temple in Newark, New Jersey. That was the very earliest form of an indigenous African-American Islam, one completely distinct from normative Islam, the 1,400 -year-old...
July 13, 2010|Daniel PipesNational Review Online
Louis Farrakhan recently sent a three-page letter along with two books to the heads of sixteen Jewish organizations. Dated June 24, 2010, the letter is resplendent with a crescent-and-moon flag and Farrakhan's impressive-sounding title ("...
June 01, 2010|Denis MacEoinMiddle East Quarterly
America's first Muslim congressman and his Islamist friends
October 11, 2009|Brendan GoldmanAmerican Thinker
"America needs to understand Islam, because this is the one religion that erases from its society the race problem," Malcolm X wrote in 1964 during his pilgrimage to Mecca. Though Malcolm's anti-white rhetoric was moderated after his...
July 08, 2009|Brendan GoldmanPajamas Media
The mainstream media has publicized a few cases of Somali-American youth that have returned to their homeland to fight for Islamist forces there. What the media has neglected to investigate is how Islamist members of the Somali-American community...
November 29, 2008|David J. RusinAmerican Thinker
Music and real estate mogul Kenny Gamble, alternatively known as Luqman Abdul Haqq, is one of the most powerful men in Philadelphia — and also among the most controversial. His effort to revitalize dilapidated South Philly neighborhoods...