What is the root problem between the Muslim world and the West? Muslims point to U.S. support for Israel and other grievances; Westerners point to Islam’s lack of freedoms and equality. In fact, the ultimate problem is offensive jihad — and that’s entirely Islam’s problem.
Al Ahram’s doctored photo of Mubarak at the White House is a reminder that the Islamic world is in need of a cultural, as opposed to merely a religious, reformation.
Muslim disloyalty in the military is becoming commonplace, but how prevalent is it in society — not to mention in the U.S. government?
A response to Lee Smith, who says that the former House speaker is wrong to mention sharia, since it is a “hopelessly abstract concept” and an “Orientalist fantasy.”
Why many non-Western Muslims reject the 9/11 mosque, while Western Muslims insist on it.
Just as the 9/11 strikes exposed radical Islam to greater scrutiny, so too is the 9/11 mosque.
Outwardly, anyway: Yusuf al-Qaradawi expounds the doctrine of taysir, which allows Muslims to practice a more “relaxed” version of Islam — so long as their hearts cling to the more “uptight” version.
The Muslim woman who reportedly said Arabs can sexually harass Israeli women converts to Christianity, is abused by the Egyptian government and persecuted by the mob — and insists she never made those remarks.
While the Cordoba Initiative appears to Americans as a sign of good faith and a new beginning with the Islamic world, to Muslims it represents conquest, dominance — even suicidal jihad against the infidel.
The government is forcing the Coptic Church to “liberalize” its position on divorce and remarriage, even as it continues to govern according to the fascistic dictates of Sharia law.
The problem isn’t so much that Muslim women have to give men their mammary milk to drink, but rather what such a mentality has in store for us infidels.
John Brennan, the man who recently defended jihad as a"legitimate tenet of Islam,” has come to to personify the misguided phenomenon of westernizing Islamic concepts.
As Muslims fume over Western cartoons of Muhammad, check out the disturbing things non-Westerners publicly say — and get away with — about the prophet. (And don't miss Zombie: "Fatwa Headbutt: Swedish cartoonist Lars Vilks attacked.")
The recent killings of Abu Omar al-Baghdadi and Abu Ayub al-Masri are all well and good, but without killing the ideology that fuels them, Islamists will continue to morph and multiply.
Fourteen-hundred years is a very long time for “Islamophobic” stereotypes to persist.
Not from America, but from America’s mindset. (And don't miss Bill Whittle at PJTV: Obama Bans "Islam")
Almost anything is permissible if it can help advance the jihad.
For many young Westerners, jihad is merely divine sanctioning for their otherwise violent and anti-social behavior.
To English audiences, jihadists talk of ending oppression; to Arabic ones, they talk of oppressing the infidel.
How Hasan put Islamic teachings on jihad, proselytism, and spiritual calmness into action before and during the Fort Hood massacre.
An in-depth look at the Islamic teachings behind the Fort Hood massacre. First up: Hasan's loyalty to Muslims and deception of infidels.
When the president favorably quotes a Koranic passage popular among jihadists, the answer should be clear.
The arch-terrorist's real reason for waging jihad has nothing to do with Israel or U.S. foreign policy.
The answer is clear, though Obama's commitment to helping Muslims overcome U.S. rules governing charity is not.