Iranian Protests Were Not about the Price of Gas
By A.J. CASCHETTA

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Anyone who thinks that the recent protests in 100 cities throughout Iran were about gas prices did not pay attention to what the protesters were saying. The immediate spark that led to the Arab Spring was the 2010 self-immolation of a Tunisian fruit vendor, but the Arab Spring revolution was not about Tunisian citizens’ ability to obtain permits to sell …

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By A.J. CASCHETTA

Violence Against Women: Some Inconvenient Data for the Corrupt UN
By BURAK BEKDĪL

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In this The United Nations panels lovingly practice hypocrisy all the time. In 2016, a UN debate revolved around the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), which voted to blame Israel for Palestinian domestic violence. This year’s show was hardly different in the content of nonsense. The executive director of UN Watch, Hillel Neuer, asked Dubravka Simonovic, UN Special …

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By BURAK BEKDĪL

The Slap Heard Around the World By DANIEL PIPES

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December 17, 2011.
Cross-posted with express permission from National Review Online. http://www.danielpipes.org/blog/2011/12/the-slap-heard-around-the-world A year ago to the day, Officer Fadiya Hamdi slapped fruit vendor Mohammed Bouazizi across the face in the small Tunisian town of Sidi Bouzid, setting off upheavals that caused three seeming Arab dictators-for-life to lose power: Ben Ali of Tunisia resigned on January 14, Mubarak of Egypt resigned …

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Muslims in the West: Loyal to Whom? A Briefing by Mark Durie as Summarized By William Aquilino

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A briefing by Mark Durie, first expressed on January 20, 2011, for which permission for reprint has been given: http://www.meforum.org/2848/muslims-in-the-west-loyal Mark Durie is a theologian, human rights activist, and pastor of an Anglican church in Australia. He has held visiting appointments at the University of Leiden, MIT, UCLA, and Stanford. During his years in Indonesia, he observed a society in which a …

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The Hezitorial: Awaiting Our Elected Officials Abide by the Tenets of Democracy

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Daniel Pipes' measured analysis of the upheaval rocking the foundation of governance in Egypt is worthy of reflection as to how it may be used as a yardstick in scrutinizing our own.  [Reference: Why Egypt Will Not Soon Become Democratic By Daniel Pipes…see page 16.]  At issue before us in Westchester County today, and specifically here in Yonkers is whether …

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