Written by Denis MacEoin
Some motives of the members of the British Law Society might stem from a desire to appease the Muslim community, rather than insisting on the basic democratic dictum that the law is indifferent to wealth, poverty, skin color, political belief or religious allegiance.
What seems unpardonable is ...
Written by Joseph Klein
On October 22nd, 2007, Osama bin Laden admitted in an audio tape, entitled “Message to the people of Iraq,” that al Qaeda was losing the war in Iraq because it had made mistakes and no longer had the allegiance of Sunni insurgents who had switched sides. When Barack Obama became president on ...
Written by Soeren Kern
Sky News reported on June 3 that senior leaders at three schools in Birmingham alerted the government more than two decades ago about the rising influence of Muslim extremists in the school system, but that their concerns were dismissed because of political correctness.
Written by Shadi Paveh
According to Article 110 of the Islamic Republic's Constitution, the Supreme Leader must oversee all matters. Even the release of one single prisoner is not possible without his signature. Presidents are just paraded around for the sake of the West.
Written by Khaled Abu Toameh
One thing is certain: both Hamas and Fatah are hoping to use the unity government as a ploy to attract financial aid from the international community, particularly Western donors. The unity government, which is backed by Fatah and the U.S.-terrorist-designated organization Hamas, actually serves ...
Written by Azriel Bermant , Emily B. Landau
Over the past eight months of negotiations between Iran and the P5+1, Tehran’s ballistic missile program has been mainly relegated to the sidelines. Although several months ago there were indications that the US might be determined to include the issue in a final deal, Iran has insisted that it ...
Written by Baron Bodissey
As we reported here last week, President Miloš Zeman of the Czech Republic made a remarkable speech at the a closed-door reception on May 26th to celebrate Israel’s Independence Day. Unique among Western political leaders, Mr. Zeman was willing to call out Islam itself — not “radicalism”, not ...
Written by Azza Radwan Sedky
Busted! I am, that is. I predicted that an unprecedented number of voters would go to the polls to elect the next Egyptian president. Sisi, himself, had hoped for 40 million voters saying that he would do wonders if so many Egyptians supported him. I went along the same vision.
Written by Chris Knowles
The results of the 2014 European elections demonstrate clearly that UKIP (UK Independence Party) can indeed win a national election. Many claim that this cannot be translated into 2015 General Election success due to the nature of the British voting system. However, this short paper ...