Anwar Al-Awlaki’s Boss is Regular White House Visitor

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Esam Omeish, former head of the Muslim Brotherhood-created Muslim American Society, visited the White House three times. Omeish personally hired the late terrorist Anwar al-Awlaki to be the imam of Falls Church, VA, Dar al-Hijrah mosque. More terrorists have been linked to Dar al-Hijrah since 9/11 than to any other mosque in America.

Gaddafi Dead — So What?

What a myopic view the Western media and its array of “experts” have concerning the so-called “Arab Spring” — a myopia that naturally metastasizes among the general public. Consider the Libyan crisis. As usual, the focus is entirely on the individual, on the tangible — the now dead Gaddafi — whom all the blame can […]

The Closing of the Muslim Mind

Last week, “Saudi Arabia’s religious police arrested an Indonesian housemaid for casting a magic spell on a local family and ‘turning its life upside down.’”  The maid “confessed” to using sorcery, and “commission experts took the magic items to their office and managed to dismantle and stop the spell.” Far from being absurd aberrations to […]

Exposed: Ron Paul’s Foreign Policy Ignorance and Naivety

Among other qualities, a good presidential candidate must be knowledgeable and able to think outside the box; equally important, he must not be naïve or gullible — certainly not swallow everything the enemy says hook, line, and sinker. During the recent Republican candidate debate, Congressman Ron Paul exhibited his ignorance and gullibility when the panel […]

Winning the Battle Against Al-Qaeda, Losing the War Against Jihad

So long as the West focuses on names and faces in the so-called “war on terror”—as opposed to focusing on ideas and motivations—so long will it possibly win battles, even as it slowly loses the war. As we approach the ten-year anniversary of 9/11, we win another battle with the recent slaying of al-Qaeda’s number […]

“Muslim Radicalization”: In the Eyes of the Beholder

Because the phrase “Muslim radicalization” has become increasingly popular in American discourse, it behooves us to establish once and for all what it means.  Without an agreed upon definition, it may be that we are each talking about different things—or worse and more likely, nothing at all. Most dictionaries define “radicalization” and “radicalize” as “to […]