A vital question remains unacknowledged: Do we have any idea what terrorism really is?
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“The morning after and days that follow will no doubt bring the pangs of regret: that no one was strong enough to transcend the foolishness and make a real difference, and that this is all hastening to the time where things truly fall apart.”
The senator’s fear-mongering isn’t just morally repugnant. It’s completely at odds with his libertarian principles
Mona Eltahawy argues that Arab men hate women. Danios critiques her controversial article.
Gavin Boby isn’t backing down from his crusade against Britain’s “creeping Islamicization.”
Ron Paul is the only major presidential candidate who opposes America’s wars. What does that say about us as a nation?
How is this “Iranian plot” really going to be viewed in the Middle East?
The perverse notion that an utterly destroyed country must pay reparations to the parties who maliciously planned and facilitated its destruction is the grim reality today for the people of Iraq.
Terrorism means: anyone — especially of the Muslim religion and/or Arab nationality — who fights against the United States and its allies or tries to impede their will.
Robert Pape’s groundbreaking work on suicide terrorism and its implications on our foreign policy.
Michael Moore tells Juan Williams about the true motivations of a recent would-be Muslim terrorist