A Day in the Life of a Coptic Christian in Egypt

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Attacks on the Christian-Coptic minority by incited Muslim mobs have become a way of life.

Obama Meets Dalai Lama, and China Is Quick to Protest

WASHINGTON — President Obama met with the Dalai Lama on Thursday, welcoming the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader to the White House for a low-profile meeting that nonetheless raised the hackles of China. The two men spoke about democracy, human rights and the need to preserve Tibet’s religious identity and culture — all issues that, predictably, […]

Rashad Hussain’s Samigate

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An Obama appointee’s defense of jihad leader Sami al-Arian is covered up.

Egypt’s Christians In Peril

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The Christmas Eve Massacre and other attacks on the Muslim country’s religious minorities.

The Velvet Philosophical Revolution

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Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the battle for political freedom goes on.

The Homegrown-Terrorist Threat – Commentary

If 2001 was the year when international terrorism hit American soil, then 2009 was the year when Americans became the targets of domestic terrorism. In November, Army Major Nidal Malik Hasan, born in Virginia to Palestinian Muslim parents, killed 13 and wounded 30 in his one-man attack on fellow soldiers at Fort Hood in Texas. […]

John Murtha

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John “Jack” Murtha, a Democrat from western Pennsylvania’s Twelfth District, died Monday of complications from gall bladder surgery. He had been a member of the U.S. House of Representatives since 1974. During the Bush administration, Murtha consistently assailed the manner in which the Iraq War was prosecuted. In a November 2005 statement, Murtha described the U.S. military as “stretched thin” […]

A Non-Violent Jihadi is Still a Jihadi

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How Hizb ut-Tahrir spreads extremism around the world.

Clueless About CAIR and ISNA

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Why do some government officials insist on involving themselves with groups connected to terror?

Kicking the Palestinian Habit

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The Middle East “peace process” is on hold – and that’s a good thing.