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  • December 28, 2010|Lee SmithMEF Wire

    Wikileaks Revelations: More Good than Bad?

    Lee Smith is a visiting fellow at the Hudson Institute and author of The Strong Horse: Power, Politics, and the Clash of Arab Civilizations. On December 28, Mr. Smith addressed the Middle East Forum via conference call on the implications of...

  • December 27, 2010|Raymond IbrahimDe olho na jihad

    Islamistas visam cristaos 'onde quer que possam pega los'

    Em 2006, quando o Papa Bento XVI citou a História, considerada pouco lisonjeira ao Islam, cristãos por todo o mundo islâmico pagaram o preço: seguiram-se distúrbios anti-cristãos, igrejas foram queimadas e uma freira foi assassinada na Somália. Isto,

  • December 24, 2010|Cinnamon Stillwell and Eric GolubAmerican Thinker

    UCLA's Professor of Fantasy

    The Center for Near Eastern Studies (CNES) at the University of California, Los Angeles and the UCLA School of Law's Journal for Islamic and Near Eastern Law co-sponsored a lecture (podcast available here) last month by Khaled Abou El Fadl, chair...

  • December 20, 2010|Raymond IbrahimHudson New York

    Swedish Jihad Revelations

    Back in 2004, in one of his most recognized messages to America, Osama bin Laden, responding to then President George Bush Jr.'s claims that Al Qaeda hates freedom, rhetorically asked, "If so [if Al Qaeda hates freedom], let him [Bush] explain to...

  • December 14, 2010|Daniel PipesNational Review Online

    Pouring Cold Water on WikiLeaks

    Of all the WikiLeaks revelations, the most captivating may be learning that several Arab leaders have urged the U.S. government to attack Iranian nuclear facilities. Most notoriously, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia called on Washington to "cut off the

  • December 11, 2010|Daniel HuffThe Daily Caller

    Profiling airline passengers is constitutional and effective

    Last Christmas, it looked like TSA might finally be getting serious. That day, Umar Abdulmutallab very nearly brought down a jetliner using explosives hidden in his underwear. The agency's response was swift and two-fold. Body scanners would...

  • December 10, 2010|Raymond Ibrahim

    Islamister har kristne som mål: 'Hvorsomhelst i kan nå dem'

    I 2006 da Pave Benedikt citerede fra historien, som blev bedømt som krænkende af islam, betalte kristne i den muslimske verden prisen: Anti-kristne optøjer fremkom, kirker blev brændt ned, og en nonne blev myrdet i Somalia. Det var dengang. For nogle

  • December 10, 2010|Raymond IbrahimPost de Veille

    Les islamistes s'en prennent aux chrétiens « partout où ils peuvent les trouver »

    En 2006, lorsque le Pape Benoît XVI avait cité une phrase historique qui fut considérée comme diffamatoire pour l'islam, les chrétiens dans le monde entier en ont payé le prix : des émeutes anti chrétiens avaient suivi, des églises brûlées et une...

  • December 03, 2010|Raymond IbrahimPajamas Media

    Islamists Target Christians 'Wherever They Can Reach Them'

    In 2006, when Pope Benedict quoted history deemed unflattering to Islam, Christians around the Muslim world paid the price: anti-Christian riots ensued, churches were burned, and a nun was murdered in Somalia. That was then. Days ago, when a...

  • November 30, 2010|Daniel PipesThe Washington Times

    Islamist Turkey vs. Secular Iran?

    Early in the sixteenth century, as the Ottoman and Safavid empires fought for control of the Middle East, Selim the Grim ruling from Istanbul indulged his artistic side by composing distinguished poetry in Persian, then the Middle East's language...

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