December 10, 2018|Andrew HarrodAmerican Spectator
In a November 27 address at Georgetown University, University of Michigan Professor Juan Cole discussed his new book, "Muhammad: Prophet of Peace Amid the Clash of Empires."
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.
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.
May 21, 2018|Andrew HarrodAmerican Thinker
"Islamophobic Muslims"? Such is the surreal conclusion of the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (IPSU)'s 2018 American Muslim Poll.
March 21, 2018|A.J. CaschettaThe Jerusalem Post
Last November, when the crown prince and de facto ruler of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman (MbS), arrested dozens of wealthy royals and businessmen, many were stunned to learn that his cousin Alwaleed bin Talal was among those charged with...
December 18, 2017|Cinnamon StillwellThe Algemeiner
[Text differs slights from the Algemeiner's.] Hackneyed predictions that the Middle East will "go up in flames" following President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital—and subsequent plans to move the U.S. embassy—have yet to
December 04, 2017|Campus Watch
Middle East studies faculty at Georgetown University have a reputation as the most radical and intolerant in the United States. This critical survey of Georgetown University's programs and faculty of Middle East studies is intended to serve as a
December 01, 2017|Andrew HarrodThe Algemeiner
[Text differs slightly from the Algemeiner's.] Italian author and journalist Paola Caridi decried the sectarian "cruelty of Jerusalem," the "archetype of an anti-modern city," at the November 16 Georgetown University presentation of her new book,