The Irony and Hypocrisy of World Hijab Day
By A.J. CASCHETTA

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  Another World Hijab Day (WHD) is fast upon us — the eighth since Bronx resident Nazma Khan founded the event in 2013. The protest-cum-demonstration every February 1st seeks to “foster religious tolerance and understanding by inviting women (non-Hijabi Muslims/non-Muslims) to experience the hijab for one day.” The goal of diminishing bullying and prejudice is admirable, but the bitter irony …

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Ed Koch Commentary Will the President and the Congress Send a Message to Turkey and Egypt That An Attack Upon Israel Will Be Viewed As An Attack Upon the U.S.? By ED KOCH

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Israel is now surrounded by Arab and other Muslim nations who believe this is the moment when they can finally destroy the Jewish state.  They tried and failed to conquer Israel in five different wars since 1948.  They are still trying. Since the “Arab Spring” revolts in the Arab heartland of Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Yemen and Syria, opinion-makers in the …

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Ed Koch Commentary: Is the U.S. Willing to Fight Against Islamic Terrorism No Matter How Long, No Matter How Costly in Blood and Treasure? By ED KOCH

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In his address to Congress after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt said it was “a date which will live in infamy.”  Nine-Eleven is likewise a date that will live in infamy.  The war with Japan lasted almost four years.  The war that began on 9/11 with the Islamist terrorist world is now …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: Is the U.S. Willing to Fight Against Islamic Terrorism No Matter How Long, No Matter How Costly in Blood and Treasure? By ED KOCH

Muslim ‘Inferiority Complex’ Kills Christians By RAYMOND IBRAHIM

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First published on May 14, 2011 in FrontPageMagazine.com; http://www.meforum.org/2902/muslim-inferiority-complex-kills-christians and republished with express permission. Days ago in Egypt, throngs of Muslims (henceforth, "Islamists"), estimated at 3,000, fired guns and rifles and hurled Molotov cocktails at Coptic churches, homes, and businesses in the Imbaba region near Cairo: twelve Christians were killed—some shot by snipers atop rooftops—232 injured; three churches were set aflame to cries of "Allahu …

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Can American Values Radicalize Muslims? By Raymond Ibrahim

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First published by Pajamas Media on February 10, 2011 and reprinted with express permission: http://www.meforum.org/2831/can-american-values-radicalize-muslims. Recent comments by U.S. officials on the threat posed by "radicalized" American Muslims are troubling, both for their domestic and international implications. Attorney General Eric Holder states that "the threat has changed … to worrying about people in the United States, American citizens — raised here, born here, and who for …

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Islam and Democracy – Much Hard Work Needed By Daniel Pipes

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First published by Canada's repected National Post, as "Muslims can embrace democracy, but I'm not optimistic," on February 7, 2011, and reprinted with express permission: http://www.danielpipes.org/9435/islam-democracy.  With anti-regime demonstrations raging in Egypt, and the possibility of a new government led by or involving the Muslim Brotherhood, many are asking whether Islam is compatible with democracy? The answer is yes, it potentially is, but it …

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Turmoil in Egypt By Daniel Pipes

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First published by The Washington Times, February 1, 2011. Reprinted with express permission. As Egypt's much-anticipated moment of crisis arrived and popular rebellions shook governments across the Middle East, Iran stands as never before at the center of the region. Its Islamist rulers are within sight of dominating the region. But revolutions are hard to pull off and I predict …

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