Europe .vs. USA & Israel

Jame Taranto, at the Wall Street Journal, is one of my favorite pseudo-bloggers.  He recently shared his opinion about European feelings of anti-Americanism and anti-Semitism… This led us to muse that the close U.S. relationship with Israel has a psychological

Sudden Jihad Syndrome

Daniel Pipes writes in FrontPage Magazine about what he refers to as Sudden Jihad Syndrome. Pipes suggests that any good Moslem might someday decide the time has come for Jihad and swerve an SUV into a bunch of pedestrians “…[he] represents

Council on American-Islamic Relations

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), headquartered in Washington, is perhaps the best-known “advocate for Moslems’ civil rights”.  A spokesman for CAIR said, “We are similar to a Moslem NAACP…” (Should the public view that favorably?).  In reality, CAIR is

Moslem Woman Living in LA Ignites Debate

Three weeks ago, Dr. Wafa Sultan was a largely unknown Syrian-American psychiatrist living outside Los Angeles, nursing a deep anger and despair about her fellow Moslems. Today, thanks to a blunt and provocative interview on Al-Jazeera satellite television Feb. 21,

Arabs Lag Behind Rest of World

Surprise, surprise… The Arab world is lagging behind in the digital revolution, with Internet users making up less than four percent of its population, according to participants in a telecommunications development conference in Doha. “The Arab presence on the Internet

Moslems and the Infidels

It’s apparent that the Moslems are not being very selective about who they consider as infidels… With the recent Moslem bombings at the Indian Hindu temple, it appears that these folks are ready to take on the world (coming soon

Free Jonathan Pollard

Update – It’s ironic that there is a resurgence of interest in the Jonathan Pollard story… There is a recent interview with Pollard in the American Spectator. Mar 3, 2006 – Most of you have probably forgotten about Jonathan Pollard,

Films Worthy of Hollywood

I didn’t watch the Academy Awards, but Mark Goldblatt observed in the National Review: “it’s obvious that the Hollywood luminaries were busy patting themselves on the back for their courage in honoring films depicting two gay cowboys as star-crossed lovers,