Taking on the myths of the “loves make a family” ideology.
The dire cost of family breakdown.
A conversation about the long-term dangers of a radical ideology.
The political consequences of turning to the dark side.
Is the Islamic world’s past destined to become the West’s future?
A conversation with a former CAIR member.
For Christians and other minorities, is Assad safer than fiendish jihadists?
A Christian humanitarian tells his story.
Yoram Hazony explains where conservatism begins.
Reflections on why “Lady al-Qaeda” is a cause célèbre in the terrorist world.
Only time will tell if zeal for Islam’s faith-based politics will finally burn out.
In Soviet-occupied Afghanistan in the 1980s, the “United States was convinced that it was supporting a genuine national liberation struggle, albeit with a
Rice University sociology professor Craig Considine, a self-proclaimed “Islamic apologist,” likes to quote the dubious hadith that the “ink of the scholar is
In 1999, House Taskforce on Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare director Yossef Bodansky noted that “starting in the late 1970s, Islamist thinkers
The webinar “9/11: American Muslims Twenty Years Later” does not concern “who did it, was it Mossad, the CIA, and how did bin Laden get operatives in the
Many Western observers “have ignored the very real accomplishments and popular acceptance of the Taliban government in Afghanistan,” then-CIA analyst Michael
CIA analyst Michael Scheuer emphasized the “overwhelming centrality of religion in all of [Osama] bin Laden’s activities” in his 2002 book
In Palestinian Authority (PA) school curriculum, “traditional Islamic concepts such as Jihad and martyrdom” are “emphasized in the books much more than the
Among 12 caricatures of Islam’s prophet Muhammad published by the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten on September 30, 2005, “it was Westergaard’s image that
The “entire world seems to be going insane,” writes investigative journalist James Simpson in his new book, Who Was Karl Marx?: The Men, the Motives and the
Islamic scholars historically have placed “too much emphasis on jihad as basically a violent” rather than nonviolent doctrine, stated Mount Holyoke
President Donald “Trump is a demagogue and his presidency threatens American democracy,” former Anti-Defamation League (ADL) director Abraham Foxman
“If you want a different narrative of Muhammad to come out then create the narrative,” Rice University sociologist Craig Considine stated about Islam
Islamic Spain was a “progressive society. It was multicultural. You had religious pluralism,” Rice University sociologist Craig Considine gushed
Islam’s prophet Muhammad’s “ummah [Islamic community] in many ways represents the best image of many so-called Western countries,” Rice University sociologist