Repeating past U.S. mistakes.
Iran is practicing "takiya" -- the Islamic doctrine of lying for strategic advantage.
Rabbi David Saperstein must, if he is to be morally consistent.
Worse, the edited-to-sound-kind words are actually a passage lifted from the Mishnah, a Jewish text.
In Copenhagen and Libya, the terrorists correctly followed the text.
Says O'Reilly: "I don’t believe the prophet Muhammad wanted a world war to impose Islam on everybody. I don’t believe that."
The Egyptian president's much-heralded speech bears no resemblance to his life's work.
Media has avoided talk of the cop-killer's Muslim background and motivations.
Why now is the time.
The multi-ethnic Iraqi democracy project was a predestined failure even before Obama.
The willful ignorance of Hamas' motivations continues.
What did they mean by claiming a "recreation" of the caliphate?
The conservative take on Iranian theology and motives is not exactly correct.
What you need to know about al-Sisi.
A review of historian Diana West’s American Betrayal: The Secret Assault on America’s Character.
Why do the media’s Middle East pundits ignore the Jew-hatred intrinsic to Islamic doctrine?
Someone wake Obama: Morsi has a long history of anti-Semitism, and he is simply carrying on tradition.
Delusional, dangerous policy.
A failure to recognize the motives of sharia supporters left the U.S. caught off-guard by a terror attack. Again.
Following violent Muslim reactions to the amateurish Innocence of Muslims video, international and domestic Islamic agendas are openly converging with vehement calls for universal application of Islamic blasphemy law.
"In any war between the civilized man and the savage, support the civilized man."
The journal Huma Abedin and her family edited adopted the goals and ideas of the Muslim Brotherhood.
A courageous ex-terrorist is committed to the dangerous project.