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  • December 17, 2009|Jonathan Schanzer and Madeleine MorgensternAmerican Thinker

    The Palestinian American Research Center (PARC), a U.S. taxpayer-funded organization noted for the virulent anti-Israeli attitudes of its academic members, held a conference in October at George Washington University's Elliott School of International

  • October 16, 2009|Jonathan SchanzerThe American Thinker

    Juan Cole, the Richard P. Mitchell Collegiate Professor of History at the University of Michigan, produces a steady stream of writings that downplays the threat radical Islam poses to America and the West. His opinions are at odds with the beliefs of

  • May 31, 2009|Jonathan SchanzerThe American Thinker

    A California nonprofit dedicated to "teaching about Islam & Muslims" at U.S. high schools and college campuses features a board of advisors that is stacked with some of the most controversial activist professors in the field of...

  • April 19, 2009|Jonathan SchanzerThe Jerusalem Post

    Rashid Khalidi, the former PLO spokesman-turned Columbia University professor, is convinced that Israel has constructed a "matrix of control" in the Middle East. Khalidi once cited books and articles to back up his skewed views of Middle East...

  • January 04, 2009|Jonathan SchanzerThe American Thinker

    In recent years, Campus Watch (CW) analysts have leveled a barrage of criticism against the Middle East Studies Association (MESA) as a bastion of groupthink for scholar-activists peddling a politicized agenda. CW's current director, Winfield Myers,

  • September 11, 2008|Jonathan SchanzerNational Review Online

    Ingrid Mattson, a 45-year-old Canadian-born convert to Islam, caused an uproar in the blogosphere after she was invited by the Democratic party to a gathering of religious leaders in Denver on the eve of the convention. Other notable participants

  • July 11, 2008|Jonathan SchanzerNational Review Online

    For more than a decade, the allocation of hundreds of thousands of dollars in U.S. funded doctoral and post-doctoral grants on Palestinian issues has been decided by a group of Middle Eastern-studies professors that includes some of the most...

  • June 26, 2008|Jonathan SchanzerThe Jerusalem Post

    It is often said that either you are an idealist or a realist. Indeed, these two worldviews almost always clash. But Jerusalem Post deputy managing editor Caroline Glick, an American-Israeli with strong Zionist convictions, somehow embraces both with

  • June 06, 2008|Jonathan SchanzerJerusalem Post

    The Fall and Rise of the Islamic StateBy Noah FeldmanPrinceton University Press189 pages; $22.95 Determined to prove that Islamic law (Shari'a) is compatible with democracy, Harvard law professor Noah Feldman is still laboring to fit a square peg...

  • March 12, 2008|Jonathan SchanzerThe American Thinker

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