The alleged crusaders of “human rights” show their true colors.
Steven Plaut is a native Philadelphian who teaches business finance and economics at the University of Haifa in Israel. He holds a PhD in economics from Princeton. He is author of the David Horowitz Freedom Center booklets about the Hamas and Jewish Enablers of the War against Israel.
Ryan Mauro is a fellow with the Clarionproject.org, the founder of WorldThreats.com and a frequent national security analyst for Fox News Channel. He can be contacted at email@example.com.
David E. Firester is currently a Ph.D. Student at the Graduate Center, CUNY. His areas of interest include insurgency/counterinsurgency, the intelligence community (in which he has previously served) and the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Paul Gottfried, Raffensperger Professor of Humanities Emeritus at Elizabethtown College, is the author of ten books, including After Liberalism (Princeton, 1999), The Strange Death of European Marxism (University of Missouri, 2005) Encounters: My Life with Nixon, Marcuse, and other Friends and Teachers (ISI, 2009) and Leo Strauss and The Conservative Movement in America (Cambridge, 2012). He is currently finishing an eleventh book, on fascists and antifascists.
Andrew E. Harrod is a freelance researcher and writer who holds a PhD from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and a JD from George Washington University Law School. He is a fellow with the Lawfare Project, an organization combating the misuse of human rights law against Western societies. You may follow Harrod on twitter at @AEHarrod.
Mark Durie is a theologian, human rights activist, pastor of an Anglican church, and an Associate Fellow at the Middle Eastern Forum. He has published many articles and books on the language and culture of the Acehnese, Christian-Muslim relations and religious freedom. A graduate of the Australian National University and the Australian College of Theology, he has held visiting appointments at the University of Leiden, MIT, UCLA and Stanford, and was elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities in 1992.