In a special two-part series, Fault Lines travels across Iraq to take the pulse of a country and its people after nine years of foreign occupation and nation-building.
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Islamophobia and disproportionate crackdown on Muslims curtail Muslim-Americans’ rights and make America less safe.
The entire decade-long domestic death toll from terrorism (that is, where a political or ideological motive was apparent) was thirty.
Is it still possible to celebrate American independence?
Gaffney did say that “the enemy is trying to keep us stupid” through “information dominance.”
Over at Commentary, Jonathan Tobin argues that Islamophobia in the United States must be a myth because… look! the Muslims are breeding like rabbits.
Is it a happy coincidence that both Geert Wilders and Robert Spencer are out hawking their books for sale?:
Human Rights Watch: There’s only one word to describe America’s record for punishing war crimes: “abysmal.”
In this two-part report, John Oliver investigates the Obama administration’s decision to stop funding UNESCO, a multinational humanitarian organization.
The fact is that the radical right is by far the greatest threat to our rights and freedoms.
Iranians love Americans on a personal level, but they are unanimous in their opposition to foreign intervention, and if they are attacked they will rally around the flag.
In Britain, police arrested nearly 200 members of the EDL for planning to attack Occupy protesters.
The Quran’s influence on one of our founding fathers.