Is Binyam Mohamed a Martyr?

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Thomas Joscelyn reveals the truth about the Left’s terrorist cause célèbre.

Andy McCarthy: Binyam Mohammed: Is That All There Is? – National Review Online

Binyam Mohammed is an al Qaeda terrorist who planned, with his would-be partner Jose Padilla the “Dirty Bomber” to carry out mass-murder attacks in U.S. cities as part of a 9/11 “second wave.” More here. Unlike Padilla, who was prosecuted on tangentially related terrorism charges and is now serving a lengthy albeit not lengthy enough […]

The Railroading of Geert Wilders

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The Netherlands leaves justice behind.

The Threat from Londonistan – Foreign Policy

In January 2009, the head of Britain’s Security Service (also known as MI5) boasted that his agents were succeeding in cracking down on potentially violent homegrown Islamists. Although conceding that “the battle [was] not won,” Jonathan Evans told the Daily Telegraph that his agents were forcing would-be terrorists “to keep their heads down.” He went […]

Stephen Hayes: Obama vs. Holder – The Weekly Standard

In an interview with 60 Minutes last spring, President Obama discussed the handling of captured terrorists and challenged those who claimed the “American system of justice was not up to the task of dealing with these terrorists.” Obama said: “I fundamentally disagree with that. Now — do these folks deserve Miranda rights? Do they deserve […]

In Defense of the American Task Force on Palestine

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When they say they want peace they really mean it.

The Lure of Radical Islam

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Why some Western men find the lifestyle of the jihadist so captivating.

Curious Defenses of the Goldstone Report

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Goldstone invokes his Jewishness, Zionism, his daughter’s residence in Israel and his connection to Hebrew University.

Politicians in Wonderland

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What’s the real story on how many jobs the president has created?

Michel Gurfinkiel: War, revolution, Dreyfus and an era of religious and political turmoil in France – WSJ.com

Two monuments in Paris are so prominent that they’re hard to miss. One is the Eiffel Tower, of course, the all-iron tour de force of engineering, standing by the Seine amid the city’s spacious and supremely elegant West End. Then to the north, atop Montmartre, there is the Sacré-Cœur: a tall, immaculately white Catholic basilica […]