The Pentagon’s Bow to Islamic Extremism


How the acceptance of Islamic dress codes may make the Pentagon more vulnerable.

The Iranian Hostage Crisis: 34 Years Later


The Islamic Republic of Iran’s chilling commemoration of the occasion.

Iran’s Hope for an ‘Islamic Awakening’ in Egypt


The dangerous power vacuum left by an absence of U.S. leadership.

North Korea: A Window into the Future on Iran


The consequences of appeasing the Islamic Republic’s fanatical designs are clear.

The Problem With Islam


A new book dares to call out the “Religion of Peace.”

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The Professor Who Sharia’ed Bill Clinton


How Obama’s new religious freedom commissioner contemplated trying the former president under Islamic Law.

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The Islamist Proxy War in South Sudan


The hope for secular democracy and religious freedom comes under brutal attack.

Jihad’s Child Suicide Bombers


The Taliban’s spring offensive begins with the suicide bombing of a 12-year-old boy.

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Two Muslim Commentators Discuss Saddam’s Legacy in Islamic Iraq


A profound Islamic dialogue emerges.

Two Muslim Commentators Discuss Saddam’s Legacy in Islamic Iraq