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The Society for the Protection of Iranian Nuclear Scientists

The Society for the Protection of Iranian Nuclear Scientists

After having exhausted the indignant possibilities of protesting the extinction of whales, pelicans and polar bears, the left has found a new endangered species to be outraged about. Iranian nuclear scientists. It's one thing to hug a polar bear or a tree, but it's another to embrace an Iranian ...

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Out of Options in Egypt

Out of Options in Egypt

Back during the early days of the Tahrir Square protests I wrote, "59 percent of Egyptian Muslims want democracy and 95 percent want Islam to play a large part in politics. 84 percent believe apostates should face the death penalty. That is what Egyptian democracy will look like. A unanimous ...

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Threatening Shadows Over Egypt

Threatening Shadows Over Egypt

The Muslim Brotherhood did not initiate the current upheavals in the Middle East, but the Islamist parties in Egypt, as in Tunisia and Libya, have been the chief beneficiaries of the collapse of long-standing authoritarian repressive regimes across North Africa. In Egypt itself, the two largest ...

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Will Palestinian Reconciliation Lead to a Hamas Takeover of the PLO?

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Subtergenekon and Other Crimes

Subtergenekon and Other Crimes

In Turkey, alleged terrorism requires a brand-new vocabulary.  

City Journal

George Orwell’s greatest act of genius was the invention of Newspeak, the official language of Oceania, devised to meet the ideological needs of “Ingsoc,” or English Socialism. Explaining the nature of a mass trial in ...

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Language and the Big Society

City Journal
David Cameron’s imperfectly articulated vision for Britain There is no such thing as society.”

In the autumn of 1987, in the ninth year of her long premiership, Margaret Thatcher gave an interview to Women’s Own, a magazine that usually featured recipes and knitting patterns.

It was an ...

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The Rise of Islam Threatens Christians in the Middle East

This has been a victory year for political Islam.  Earlier this year the revolutions sweeping through the region seemedencouragingly modern and secular. But where courageous people stood up for their rights and toppled long standing regimes in the Middle East, free democratic elections brought ...

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Anyone But Obama

Anyone But Obama

A year ago today few of us probably thought that the primaries would come down to debating whether Romney or Gingrich are more conservative. It's a rather thankless and pointless debate currently being settled by cherry picking statements on single issues. The bottom line is that neither man is ...

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Moroccan Crime in the Netherlands & the Myths of Multiculturalism

Moroccan Crime in the Netherlands & the Myths of Multiculturalism

Forty percent of Moroccan immigrants in the Netherlands between the ages of 12 and 24 have been arrested, fined, charged or otherwise accused of committing a crime during the past five years, according to a new report commissioned by the Dutch Ministry of Interior.

In Dutch neighborhoods where the ...

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