November 01, 2018|A.J. Caschetta New English Review
In February 2018, unnamed spies were accused of infiltrating Iran with special lizards that “attract atomic waves.”
November 01, 2018|Aymenn Jawad Al-TamimiAymennJawad.org
It is striking how the phenomenon of 'extremism' is associated with foreigners in IS' ranks, especially non-Arabs.
October 29, 2018|Seth FrantzmanJerusalem Post
Most of the attacks were either not condemned as specifically antisemitic attacks, or their perpetrators were not found or were quietly deported.
October 27, 2018|Seth FrantzmanJerusalem Post
Iran has benefited from the chaos and instability in the region, building a crescent of influence that stretches from Tehran to Beirut.
October 10, 2018|Raymond IbrahimGatestone Institute
The crowd surrounded her, beat her and took her to the village, screaming: "Death! Death to the Christian!"
October 10, 2018|A.J. CaschettaGatestone Institute
Now that the slow-motion demise is speeding up, nothing short of a successful military coup is likely to prevent Erdogan from going full-Khomeini.
September 19, 2018|Burak BekdilGatestone Institute
Erdoğan's efforts to Islamize education continue as the Education Ministry lays groundwork for gender-segregated education on a wider scale.
September 11, 2018|Sam WestropThe American Spectator
Liberal-minded organizations have an unfortunate history of working with extremist organizations.
August 15, 2018|Seth FrantzmanJerusalem Post
ISIS won in the West because it was allowed to percolate up and then quietly go away without any real desire to confront it.
August 04, 2018|Seth FrantzmanJerusalem Post
A coalition spokesman said that hardcore ISIS fighters, including foreign fighters, still remain in the Euphrates river valley.