November 19, 2018|A.J. CaschettaThe Tower
Columbia University’s Center for Palestine Studies is an Ivy League clearinghouse for PLO propaganda and the demonization of Israel. It's the PLO’s American academic wing.
October 31, 2018|Mitchell BardAmerican Spectator
The University of Pennsylvania’s Middle East Center and Department of English organized a panel of seven academics to discuss Professor Amy Kaplan's "Our American Israel: The Story of An Entangled Alliance."
October 25, 2018|Cliff SmithAmerican Spectator
In a small, crowded conference room at Georgetown University, around 40 people gathered to hear two academics from a Muslim background discuss the topic of “Islamophobia” in Europe.
October 22, 2018|A.J. CaschettaThe Tower
Why did American professors of Middle East studies attend an Istanbul conference chaired by former Palestinian Islamic Jihad board member Sami Al-Arian?
October 22, 2018|Andrew E. HarrodThe Algemeiner
Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) leaders have a peculiar way of expressing their oft-preached virtues of inclusion, pluralism, and participation.
October 08, 2018|Aymenn Jawad Al-TamimiHistory News Network
Why would the Middle East Studies Association (MESA) oppose the New York Times partnering with George Washington University to produce a public archive of thousands of Islamic State (ISIS) documents?
October 03, 2018|Press ReleaseMiddle East Forum
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August 23, 2018|Cinnamon StillwellThe Algemeiner
Under the guise of helping schools combat “anti-Muslim bullying” and “Islamophobia,” CAIR has achieved special concessions for Muslim students and the inappropriate insertion of religion into publicly-funded education...
July 16, 2018|Cinnamon StillwellThe Algemeiner
When a school district with a non-discrimination policy and guidelines that stipulate “non-engagement of political activities” partners with a self-described “social justice” organization that’s blatantly hostile to...
June 30, 2018|Winfield MyersNew English Review (The Iconoclast Blog)
Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s victory in the June 24th elections marks a major advance in his years-long march toward one-man rule. So clear is his progress that even Juan Cole has become a former Erdoğan apologist.