If the U.N. doesn’t change quickly, we should reconsider the manner of our funding and participation in the organization.
Our president is committed is not afraid to name the problem: radical Islamists.
The countries are making a huge bet that economic development can coexist with the infrastructure of terrorism.
By failing to identify extremists, the media is making it almost impossible, to identify and support the moderates.
‘[In] the past 10 years, only about 12 percent of terrorist attacks in the U.S. have been committed by Muslims’
My dad, like every single person that entered the unknown that day, is a hero.
Islamism is not a religion. It’s a political belief that the entire world must be subjected.
By destabilizing Afghanistan, Pakistan ultimately may be destabilizing itself.
There is leverage — potential paint points — that U.S. analysts should consider exploiting.
Restricting Muslim immigration is necessary to prevent this kind of brutality form becoming the norm.
Coverage of Spain’s terror attacks are comparatively muted because the attackers are Muslim.
Rather than try to mold radical Muslims into something they are not, we should be reaching out to the reformers.
Democrats need to engage with everyday Muslims, not radical terror-financiers.
Canada funds UNRWA, a group that pays out terrorists.
Only once jihadis are defeated can meaningful reform come to Syria.
‘The challenge we have is…how our tactics and procedures are discussed openly.’
An independent, secular Balochistan, free of religious militancy may be the solution for the region.
Yet another publication has kowtowed to Islamists.