The Palestinianization of Feminism in Montreal


It’s now official: Apartheid is a feminist issue.  For years, I have been challenging feminists to take up this cause. Had I finally found oil, discovered gold? I received an invitation via email, both in English and in French, which began: Calling all feminists…We are inviting you to participate in the BDS (Boycott, Divestment and [...]

Anti-Semitism Cannot be Equated with Islamophobia


Even as Chancellor Angela Merkel pronounces the failure of “multiculturalism” in Germany, the English-language German newspaper reporter, Marc Young, writing for the English-language German news at The Local, proclaims that “bigotry towards Muslims is the new anti-Semitism.” As the author of a book with the title The New Anti-Semitism (with an edition in German), allow [...]

The Burqa—Modern Views in the Arab World, Islamist Views in Europe


Should the West ban the face veil and the burqa? Wouldn’t it be religiously intolerant, racist, even “Islamophobic” to do so? Let’s hear from some Arabs and Muslims on the subject. Quite simply, many Arabs and Muslims oppose the Islamic veil. In October of 2009, Sheikh Muhammad Sayyid Tantawi, perhaps the foremost spiritual authority in [...]

Why Women Still Won’t Vote for Women


It is 2010, ninety years after American women first won the right to vote, and nearly fifty years after Betty Friedan’s influential work “The Feminine Mystique” was published, and women still do not want to vote for women. And women definitely do not want to vote for Republican women. For example, in Connecticut, Republican Linda McMahon [...]

Is Jihad Winning in Holland and America? An Interview with Abigail R. Esman


Holland is on my mind right now, partly because Geert Wilders is, unbelievably, still on trial for the “thought crime” of telling the truth about Islamic jihad but partly because a new study has just been released which shows that half the victims of honor-related violence in Holland (this means Muslim girls and women) who [...]

Potentially, Israel Faces a Second Holocaust


A mass rally-demonstration entitled “For the truth, for Israel” will be held in Rome this Thursday. It is being organized by Fiamma Nirenstein – journalist, MP, and vice president of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the Italian Chamber of Deputies –and other leading European personalities.  Information at www.truthforisrael.eu, www.fiammanirenstein.com. This article was commissioned for it. Potentially, Israel [...]

Can the Brainwashed Learn the Lessons of the Holocaust in Time?


The first conference I ever attended about global anti-Semitism took place in New York City in early 2003 at the Center for the Study of Jewish History; my son accompanied me. The more I heard, the unhappier I grew. My son could not understand why. He asked: “Mom, why are you groaning? They are saying [...]

Hot Post:Red Guard Harvard Students “Educate” Dr. Martin Peretz


This popular post was first published on September 27 here. This past weekend, a throng—nay, a large crowd of Harvard students publicly taunted, shamed, and stalked the venerable liberal intellectual Martin Peretz. Like the jihadists who distribute videos of their beheadings, the protesters also released their mini “Aktion” on YouTube. They call it: “Party for [...]

Red Guard Harvard Students “Educate” Dr. Martin Peretz


This past weekend, a throng—nay, a large crowd of Harvard students publicly taunted, shamed, and stalked the venerable liberal intellectual Martin Peretz. Like the jihadists who distribute videos of their beheadings, the protesters also released their mini “Aktion” on YouTube. They call it: “Party for Marty.” These students decided to rain on “Marty’s” parade, ruin [...]

Hot Post: Female Troubles on the West Bank


Originally published on September, 22, 2010 It’s the 1960s all over again, and I am talking about the dark side, not the glamorous, glorious side. What is happening on the West Bank reminds me of the American 1960s, when idealistic young white and Jewish women, who thought they were volunteering for Martin Luther King’s non-violent [...]