Written by Laina Farhat-Holzman
November 30, 2008
By Laina Farhat-Holzman
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Many law-abiding Muslims around the world are terribly upset that they fall under a cloud of suspicion that they do not deserve. They are right to be upset-and if they know any of the Islamists who are doing nasty things around the ...
Written by Evan Kohlmann
In the aftermath of this week's terrorist attacks in Mumbai, Indian government officials and media outlets have already begun pointing a finger at Islamic militants in neighboring Pakistan -- particularly an organization known as ...
Written by Barry Rubin
By Barry Rubin
For years, India has been subjected to periodic terrorist attacks throughout the country. But what happened in Mumbai is something new and different: a full-scale terrorist war.
Written by Yoram Ettinger
Nov. 2, 2008
Jerusalem Boardroom #130,
Right Side News has received the following report from Yoram Ettinger and the excellent results from an attractive business climate and conservative fiscal policy. If only our own representatives in Washington, D.C. would be good stewards ...
Written by Cliff Kincaid
June 6, 2008
By Cliff Kincaid
Minneapolis: Barack Obama supporter John Nichols brought “media reform” activists to their feet on Thursday night with wild and strident attacks on the Bush Administration. “George Bush was not elected,” said Nichols, working himself into a frenzy.
Written by Judith Miller
June 3, 2008
Syrians like the candidate’s creative diplomacy
There are no campaign rallies or bumper stickers for him in Syria, no “Yes We Can” T-shirts on sale, but Obamamania has definitely infected the “beating heart of Arab nationalism,” as it once called itself. ...
Written by Tsafrir Ronen
May 26, 2008
by Tsafrir Ronen
From Tsafrir Ronen Blog
Tsafrir Ronen is a member of the secular Kibbutz Ein Harod. He is a media personality, serves in the elite army unit Sayeret Matkal and was one of the founders of the Nahalal Forum on Behalf of the Entire Eretz Yisrael.
Written by Ted Belman
May 24, 2008
by Ted Belman
Under this title, I referred to two reports,
“Communism in Hawaii and the Obama Connection” by Herbert Romerstein,
Written by Caroline Glick
May 24, 2008
By Caroline Glick
Iran's man in Damascus, Syrian President Bashar Assad, has just had the best week of his career as dictator. Everywhere he cast his gaze he was greeted by massive victories. Most were courtesy of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and his colleagues in Kadima, the Labor ...