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  • 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?

  • June 15, 2017|Eric GolubThe Algemeiner

    Keeping up with anti-Israel buzz words is a full-time job. UCLA's notoriously biased Center for Near East Studies recently held a conference whose title caused a double take: "The Naksa at 50: Nostalgia and Memory in the Middle East and Beyond...

  • January 07, 2017|Andrew E. HarrodAmerican Thinker

    Two graduate students and two undergraduates recalled personally experiencing the July 15, 2016 coup attempt against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government at a December 7, 2016, Georgetown University panel, before a youthful audience of

  • October 28, 2016|A.J. CaschettaThe Daily Caller

    In the days after the July coup attempt against his regime, Turkey's tyrant Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused a group of scholars attending a conference in Istanbul of conspiring against him and directing the plot.  After his widespread paranoid purge of

  • June 06, 2014|Andrew HarrodFrontPage Magazine

    N.B.: Text differs slightly from FPM's. Merely ten people, including two imams and a reporter, heard University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, professor of religious studies Carl W. Ernst deliver the "First Annual Ibrahim Abu-Rabi Lecture" on May...

  • May 07, 2013|Cinnamon StillwellFrontPage Magazine

    How did scholars of the Middle East and those engaged in moonlighting (non-specialists who write about the region) react to the Boston Marathon bombing on April 15, 2013? Before the smoke cleared, some were predicting that the perpetrators would be

  • October 05, 2012|Cinnamon StillwellFrontPage Magazine

    In the wake of the al-Qaeda attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya on Sept. 11, 2012, the seizure of the American embassy in Cairo, Egypt, and the ensuing anti-American protests and riots throughout the Middle East—the latter ostensibly...

  • March 25, 2012|Winfield MyersAmerican Thinker

    [Ed. note: this essay appears at American Thinker as, "No, Hasan and Bales Are Not Equivalent."] Last week, Omid Safi, a professor of Islamic studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, used his blog "What Would Muhammad Do" at the

  • November 11, 2011|Cinnamon StillwellAmerican Thinker

    When Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney announced last month that Walid Phares -- a Lebanese-American Christian, adjunct professor of jihadist global strategies at the National Defense University, and former Middle East studies...

  • July 05, 2009|Sid ShahidPajamas Media

    Last year, Islamist anger over the [1] mass distribution of the DVD [2] Obsession: Radical Islam's War Against the West was quite predictable. As is their modus operandi, the Islamist cry focused on victimology and attacking the messenger, while...

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