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  • December 30, 2008|Daniel PipesJerusalem Post

    Insight into Obama's Middle East Policy?

    [JP title: Insight into Bush's 'promising' Middle East] Two events earlier this month summed up differing views of George W. Bush's Middle East record. In one, Bush himself offered a valedictory speech, declaring that "the Middle East in 2008 is a...

  • December 17, 2008|Cinnamon StillwellSFGate.com

    The Mumbai Atrocities: Where is the Outrage?

    It was often said after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, that everything had changed. And for a few years afterwards, indeed it had. After decades of denial, America and its allies went on the offensive against Islamic terrorism, both...

  • December 14, 2008|Raymond IbrahimAmerican Thinker

    On Vikings and Victims: White-Guilt in Context

    All-permeating "white-guilt" did not appear out of thin air. It has taken a sustained propaganda effort, a wide-ranging mobilization of education and culture, to inculcate and sustain self-loathing among American Caucasians. Like the Coca-Cola TM...

  • December 10, 2008|Daniel PipesJerusalem Post

    Still Asleep After Mumbai

    Victims caught in terrorist atrocities perpetrated for Islam typically experience fear, torture, horror, and murder, with sirens screaming, snipers positioning, and carnage in the streets. That was the case recently in Bombay (now called Mumbai...

  • December 04, 2008|Supna ZaidiAmerican Spectator

    L'Organisation des Nations Islamistes Unies

    La semaine dernière, les assauts terroristes contre l'Inde et les menaces contre le métro de New York ont encore une fois rappelé la nécessité d'un front uni contre le terrorisme mondial. Or, au lieu de chercher des moyens de lutter contre les

  • December 04, 2008|Supna ZaidiAmerican Spectator

    The United Islamist Nations

    Last week, the attacks in India and the threat to New York City's subway system provided another stark reminder of the need for a united front against global terrorism. Yet instead of figuring out how to combat Islamic extremists, the United...

  • December 03, 2008|Winfield MyersFrontPageMagazine.com

    To Ban a Book

    Political correctness is at its most parodic precisely when it seems beyond parody. The latest bit of history to support this adage is the Middle East studies establishment's reception of Sherry Jones's novel The Jewel of Medina (Jewel), a life of...

  • December 01, 2008|Kathy ShaidlePajamas Media

    Canada vs. Radical Islam

    On October 14, Canadian voters handed Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper his second minority government, one even stronger than his first. Harper vows to maintain the nation's military commitment in Afghanistan through 2011, but his...

  • December 01, 2008|Raymond IbrahimMiddle East Review of International Affairs

    An Analysis of Al-Qa'ida's Worldview

    By analyzing what al-Qa'ida preaches to Muslims regarding Islam's relationship to the non-Muslim world at large, and what it states to the West are its reasons for battling it, this essay seeks to highlight the many disparities behind al-Qa'ida's...

  • December 01, 2008|Cinnamon StillwellinFocus

    Rashid Khalidi, Campus Watch & Middle East Studies

    For a brief time during the 2008 presidential campaign, Columbia University's Edward Said Professor of Arab Studies Rashid Khalidi was the most famous Middle East studies academic in the country. Khalidi's relationship with now President-elect Barack

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