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  • December 30, 2003|Daniel PipesNew York Sun

    A Call for Intelligent Profiling[ by Frederick Schauer]

    In mid-November, Yusuf Suleman Motala, a Muslim leader in the United Kingdom said to be highly regarded and have a vast following, was at Heathrow Airport on his way to the lesser pilgrimage in Mecca. But British officers stopped him and Mr. Motala

  • December 24, 2003|Daniel PipesWorldNetDaily.com

    CAIR's Assault on Paul Harvey

    Paul Harvey, 84, is an ABC radio personality whose "News and Comment" program appears on 1,600 radio stations. His radio career goes back 60 years and he is known as "the most listened-to voice in the history of radio" and is "generally considered...

  • December 23, 2003|Daniel PipesNew York Sun

    Reading Sharon's Mind

    In a much-noted speech last week, Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon ostensibly made a dramatic reversal in course. But I am wondering whether to take his shift at face value. Mr. Sharon announced that the "road map," a U.S. plan that envisions...

  • December 17, 2003|Daniel PipesJerusalem Post

    A tale of two crypts

    The discovery of Saddam Hussein in a crypt-like hole, hidden by bricks and dirt, in a farmhouse in a small town near Tikrit brings to mind the story of another Iraqi who also hid from the authorities by literally going underground. That Iraqi is...

  • December 11, 2003|David AufhauserMEF Wire

    Shutting Down Terrorist Financing

  • December 10, 2003|Daniel PipesDaily Illini

    Letter to the Editor of the Daily Illini

    Dear Sir or Madam: Your Dec. 4 article by Kali Bhandari on my Dec. 2 University of Illinois talk, "Controversial speaker draws crowd at Foellinger," ends this way: After ending his formal speech, Pipes criticized The Daily Illini for printing...

  • December 10, 2003|Daniel PipesJerusalem Post

    Locus of Euro-hate

    Anti-Semitism in Europe was for nearly two millennia a Christian phenomenon; now it is basically a Muslim one. That is the basic message of an officially-commissioned study by the European Union (EU) which became notorious in recent weeks when the EU

  • December 03, 2003|Daniel PipesJerusalem Post

    But he was good to his mother: Murdering for militant Islam

    The news last week that police had arrested Sajid Badat at his home in Gloucester, England, shook many Britons. The charges against him concerned his training with al-Qaida in Afghanistan and his possessing PETN explosives, the same substance...

  • December 02, 2003|Efraim KarshMEF Wire

    Arafat's War

  • November 27, 2003|Asaf RomirowskyFrontPageMagazine.com

    One Man Bank

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