Symposium: When Does a Religion Become an Ideology?


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Is it significant that, in Islam, the pillars of faith are rituals rather than moral values?

Symposium: The World’s Most Wanted: A “Moderate Islam”


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Four top experts on Islamic theology battle it out on whether a democratic and liberal Islam exists — or can exist.

Naming the Enemy


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Activists dare speak the name of radical Islam at the site of the attempted Time Square terrorist attack.

From the Writings of David Horowitz: May 6, 2010


Like Islamic radicalism, the totalitarian doctrines of communism and fascism are fundamentalist creeds. “The fundamentalist does not believe [his] ideas have any limits or boundaries,… [therefore] the goals of fundamentalist terror are not to eliminate injustice but to eliminate opposition.”10 That is why the humanitarian nature of America’s mission to Mogadishu made no difference to [...]

Separating Islam From Terrorism


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Another empty statement of Islamic moderation.

Ramadan Comes to Cooper Union


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The American Left’s hero refuses to acknowledge the suffering of women under Islamic gender apartheid.

Debunking Anti-Anti-Islamist Myths


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The politically correct classes see no evil on radical Islam.