Writings by Stephen Schwartz

Campus Watch Research, Middle East Studies in the News, Campus Watch in the Media

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Middle East Studies in the News
Title Publication Date
The New York Times and the Incoherence of Tariq Ramadan Folks Magazine October 3, 2012
Erdogan, Qaradawi, Ramadan, Hamas, and Obama The Weekly Standard June 3, 2010
Obama Administration Welcomes Tariq Ramadan to D.C. The Weekly Standard April 29, 2010
Islamist Gülen Movement Runs U.S. Charter Schools American Thinker March 29, 2010
CAIR Attacks American Educational Book Series The Weekly Standard March 24, 2010
Identifying Muslim Radicals [incl. Richard Antoun] The Weekly Standard Online December 9, 2009
Fort Hood: The Saudi Camel in the Room [incl. Ingrid Mattson] Hudson New York (Hudson Institute) November 25, 2009
What Do Muslims Want? [on Dalia Mogahed; incl. John Esposito] The Weekly Standard October 20, 2009
Tariq Ramadan Redux: Visas For Extremists Hudson Institute (New York) August 3, 2009
The Ghosts of Geneva [incl. Tariq Ramadan] The Weekly Standard April 29, 2009
CAIR vs. the NYPD [incl. Dhabah "Debbie" Almontaser, Khalil Gibran International Academy] The Weekly Standard April 11, 2008
Intifada High [on Khalil Gibran International Academy, Dhaba "Debbie" Almontaser] TCS Daily August 22, 2007
Brandeis' Self-Hate [on Natana DeLong-Bas] The New York Post January 5, 2007
A Terrorist Professor at Brandeis New York Post February 6, 2006
Why the Tariq Ramadan Controversy Matters Tech Central Station September 16, 2004
Albanian Muslims: Islamist Target FrontPage Magazine October 11, 2002
Treason of the Academics FrontPage Magazine July 22, 2002
Campus Watch in the Media
Title Publication Date
Hartford Seminary's Shameful Ties to Syria's Dictator Connecticut Jewish Ledger April 24, 2012
Rashid Ghannoushi: John Esposito's Islamist in Tunis Right Side News December 11, 2011
Moosa and the Madrassas Right Side News May 22, 2011
John Esposito, Islamophobia, and the Ground Zero Mosque Assyrian International News Agency (AINA) August 3, 2010
Campus Watch Research
Title Publication Date
Questions about the 'Muslim-Jewish Advisory Council' The Weekly Standard February 1, 2017
Is Iran Ratcheting Up Influence Peddling in American Universities? American Thinker October 22, 2016
Ibrahim Kalin: Erdoğan's U.S.-Trained Enforcer Independent Journal Review August 2, 2016
Don't Believe the Hype about Zaytuna College American Thinker April 29, 2015
'Islamophobia' in the Bay Area? American Thinker August 13, 2013
The Iran Lobby Buys a Friendly Face for Despotism American Thinker March 10, 2013
M. Shahid Alam: Northeastern University's Historical Hoaxer American Thinker November 17, 2012
Northeastern University's Islamists American Thinker October 14, 2012
Letter: Stephen Schwartz Responds Jewish Ledger May 9, 2012
Hartford Seminary's Shameful Ties to Syria's Dictator American Thinker April 15, 2012
John Louis Esposito for the Defense (of an Alleged, Would-be Terrorist) American Thinker February 17, 2012
Harvard's Middle East Outreach Center: Propaganda for Teachers American Thinker February 5, 2012
Rashid Ghannoushi: John Esposito's Islamist in Tunis American Thinker December 11, 2011
John L. Esposito: Apologist for Wahhabi Islam American Thinker September 18, 2011
Berkeley-CAIR Islamophobia Report: 'No There, There' American Thinker July 17, 2011
Georgetown and the Islamist Money Changers American Thinker June 24, 2011
Moosa and the Madrassas American Thinker May 22, 2011
Radical Islam at UC Berkeley Law American Thinker May 8, 2011
'Litigating Palestine' at a Public-supported Law School American Thinker April 24, 2011
Ingrid Mattson: No Longer Leading ISNA, but Still Advancing Radical Islam American Thinker February 20, 2011
'Zaytuna College' and Its Continuing Media Circus American Thinker September 28, 2010
John Esposito, Islamophobia, and the Ground Zero Mosque American Thinker August 3, 2010
Model Middle East Indoctrination American Thinker January 31, 2010
America's First Islamic College? American Thinker December 6, 2009
Tariq Ramadan Repudiated The American Thinker August 28, 2009
American Crescent [incl. Akbar Ahmed and John Esposito] Middle East Quarterly Summer 2009
Reinharz's Problem with Radical Islam [on Jehuda Reinharz of Brandeis] The Justice (Brandeis Univ.) September 11, 2007
Politicizing Archaeology in the Holy Land: The Revisionism of Barnard College's Nadia Abu El-Haj Family Security Matters March 21, 2007
Natana DeLong-Bas: American Professor, Wahhabi Apologist Real Clear Politics January 19, 2007