Written by John Hagelin, Ph.D and David R. Leffler, Ph.D.,
Dr. John Hagelin, co-author of this paper, a noted physics researcher for CERN and later the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, teaches physics at Maharishi International University and is a director of the Center for Advanced Military Science (CAMS). Dr. Hagelin was a featured expert in the movie ...
Written by James Jay Carafano, Ph.D.
Disputed results for the election of the Iranian president triggered a wave of public protests in Iran. Extensive media coverage highlighted the role of social networking, both in helping organize activities and sharing the progress of events. ...
Written by Legal Project
May 5, 2009
PHILADELPHIA - The Middle East Forum is pleased to announce the launch of the website for its Legal Project, located at http://www.legal-project.org/. The site is a source of information on "Islamist lawfare" - that is, attempts by supporters of radical Islam to suppress free ...
Written by Andrea Lafferty
Written by Israpundit
Written by Barry Shaw
Recently, I travelled to South Africa to talk with Jewish and Christian groups and give them the Israeli perspective to counter the hate campaign that makes that country a leading hub in the delegitimisation efforts against Israel. For decades, South Africa has been at the forefront of actions that ...
Written by Roni Drukan
2011 saw the rise of political Islam across Northern Africa. Arab Spring revolutions which were typically led by secular modern youth, gave way to veteran religious Islamic leaders which gained political power.
In Egypt, the Muslim parties won 2/3 of the seats in Parliament. Top parties in ...