US Officials Attend Dinner Honoring Islamist Who Called for “Unceasing War Against the Americans”

Rached Ghannouchi, leader of the Islamist Ennahda movement, Tunisia's main Islamist political party, delivers a speech during a meeting regarding International Women's Day in Tunis

Ghannouchi began by blessing the mothers of the suicide bombers

Moderate Muslims Threaten Elementary School Teachers with Death for Not Wearing Burka


The organization calls itself a repression cell in the region

When The Arab Spring Died


The movement that was born in Tunisia, dies in Tunisia.

Sex Jihad and Western Disbelief


The new face of Islamic trafficking of women.

Arab Spring End: Tunisia’s Ruling Islamists Fall

Supporters of the Islamist Ennahda movement light flares and wave flags during a rally in Tunis

The Arab Spring began in Tunisia. It may end there.

Capitalism and the Arab Spring


In Egypt, for example, to legally own a small business such as a bakery requires dealing with 29 different government agencies and navigating 215 sets of laws.

Islamist Gov in Tunisia Lets US Embassy Attackers Off With a Warning


Obama’s Arab Spring turned Tunisia into a terrorist state. There is no safety for non-Muslims in an Islamic terror state.

McCain Thanks Tunisia’s Islamist Thug Who Freed Benghazi Attacker

Tunisia's Prime Minister Ali Larayedh shakes hands with U.S. Senator John McCain in Tunis

Instead of holding the Tunisian Islamist regime accountable, McCain gave it a pat on the back

Gay Islamist Hardliner is New Tunisian Prime Minister


Aside from his undistinguished tenure as Minister of the Interior, when he accidentally or deliberately allowed the Salafist attack on the US embassy to take place, Ali was caught up in a gay scandal when a videotape was released of him having sex with another man while in prison.

Islamic Assassination: Silencing Freedom Fighters


An age-old tradition of the Religion of Peace claims another victim.