“What I want the U.S. government to do is say, ‘Israel, do what you need to do to win your war,'" said Daniel Pipes, president of the Middle East Forum
Daniel Pipes, the President of the Middle East Forum and a Fox News commentator, critiqued my Huffington Post article for saying Turkey was having their biggest election in their country's history. In some ways, I think he might be on to something
Second, I can't help be struck by the internal inconsistency here. Someone who knows and cares about Daniel Pipes should
Ralph Nader is right to have encouraged a debate on anti-Semitism against Arab Americans compared with the response to anti-Semitism against Jewish Americans. There is a shameful double standard and it must end.
A terrorist plot was recently exposed in Greater Cleveland, but if you ask the pundits who spend full time hours worrying about terrorism, though, the big threat to Cleveland isn't bomb plots. It's superheroes.
A scary number of the Republican rank-and-file seem to be functioning under the impression that every Muslim in America is a "stealth jihadist" waiting to flip the switch from "good" to "evil" like the Clone Troopers in Star Wars.
U. Chicago's John Mearsheimer, in a very pessimistic speech in Washington, DC, last week talked about three different camps
The so-called Periphery Doctrine of forming alliance with non-Arab states in the periphery of the Middle East, with which Israel had not direct conflict, has been tossed into the dustbin of history.
In an address to AIPAC, Sen. Lindsay Graham reduced the debate on Iran policy to a false choice between all-out war or a second Holocaust.
The discourse on radicalization and homegrown terrorism is fundamentally racist and Islamophobic. It is based on seeing Muslims as the "other" and viewing our actions through an "orientalist" lens.