Key figures at six of America’s most prominent Islamist organizations have favored Democrats over Republicans by a ratio of 12 to 1 since the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
The Sabadia saga is a warning that Islamists and their sympathizers must be kept away from the sensitive technologies and institutions that protect America.
Courts that yield to Islamic norms encourage Islamists and cast doubt on the future of equal rights and responsibilities under the law.
The City of Brotherly Love has become the American epicenter of robberies and murders carried out by criminals disguised as fundamentalist Muslim women.
Some government entities are forgoing political correctness and taking this problem seriously. More need to follow suit.
Where might Jafar "Jeff" Siddiqui turn up next?
Jihadists are about to be freed and transplanted to American towns — maybe even yours.
A new challenge to critics who slam the ticking time bomb argument for torture as unrealistic.
We won't win the conflict with Muslim radicals if we can't speak about what motivates them.
Yet another link between questionable representatives of Muslim America and the senator’s presidential campaign.
Those who assume young men who choose the military don't have what it takes to succeed in other areas haven't heard of the remarkable servicemen from Chaminade High School.
The emergent phenomenon of Muslim men taking multiple wives should be a cause for worry in the Western world, warns David J. Rusin.
Given the history of Islamist violence directed at European artists, writes David Rusin, their fear of critiquing Islam is justifiable. However, the current level of self-censorship is deeply problematic. "Their eagerness to assume the role of subjugated infidels living under Islamic rule can only demoralize the population and embolden the extremists."
The higher education system of the Islamic Republic discriminates against minorities and dissidents, and David J. Rusin says that students who are rejected, expelled, or intimidated are the lucky ones.
Imagine a campus bake sale at which women are charged three times as much as men. David J. Rusin thinks such an event just might wake up college students to the nature of radical Islam, even if its true horrors could "never be adequately depicted by overpriced brownies."