FrontPage Magazine The “all-seeing eye” and multi-tentacled reach of CAIR is again on display, signifying just how intrusive this terrorist-linked Islamic organization that poses as a civil rights group has become in the U.S.’s efforts to defend itself against terrorism. As previously noted, after inviting me to lecture on my recent book on the military […]
FrontPage Magazine One of the most troubling aspects of the recent gang-rape and murder of a 60-year-old Christian teacher in Syria was reported on Arabic media as follows (in translation): Her rapists and murderers are from the [jihadi] organization, al-Nusra. Some of them are foreigners but others are from the area. In other words, those […]
Gatestone Institute A captured Islamic State fighter recently confessed how, in an effort to terrorize America on its own soil, the Islamic terror group is committed to exploiting the porous US-Mexico border, including through the aid of ISIS-sympathizers living in the United States. Abu Henricki, a Canadian citizen of Trinidadian origin, told researchers with the […]
In a recent letter, written and delivered to the Commandant of the US Army War College, ten members of Congress shared their “grave concern” that the USAWC “capitulated to the unfounded claims of CAIR [concerning me and my book], and thus damaged the academic freedom and integrity of the high esteem in which the USAWC […]
William Campbell of Challenging Opinions recently interviewed me on a number of topics revolving around Islam and the West. True to the show’s name, Campbell never seems to miss a chance to “challenge” my views. To listen to the interview/debate, click here and fast-forward to the 8:42 mark.
Derek Gilbert of Sky Watch News recently interviewed me. Among other topics, we discussed why “jihad” is better translated as “struggle” and not “holy war” — and why that actually makes it more dangerous; why in this sense characters like Linda Sarsour are practitioners of jihad; and why, unlike their descendants, premodern Europeans were not […]
I recently appeared on Colliding Worldviews, a program on ABN’s Trinity Channel, hosted by Tony Gurule. Titled, “CAIR vs U.S. Army War College,” the 30-minute interview — which includes an interesting discussion on the interplay between doctrine and history — follows: CAIR vs. U.S. Army War College from Tony Gurule on Vimeo.
Centuries before it was remembered as a day of Independence, July 4 was remembered as one of the most consequential days between the perennial war between Islam and Christendom — and a disaster for the latter. That story follows: Soon after liberating the ancient Christian city of Antioch from Muslim oppression, the First Crusaders managed to […]
Note: A number of media that have reported on the US Army War College’s capitulation to CAIR — most recently Breitbart and the College Fix — have asked me questions, many of which I answered at length. As there was not enough space to publish my full responses, I post them below, the questions I […]
Note: In the following article (original here), Allen West — a retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel, author, and former member of the U.S. House of Representatives — shares his thoughts on the US Army War College’s recent surrender to CAIR, an Islamist organization with well known terror ties: Greetings, everyone! Yes, you know what today [June […]