The diplomatic hosannas for Egyptian President
What ought to amaze us is how many times Western and especially U.S. diplomats have gone to the Arab-Muslim well, believing they will find something different at the bottom.
In a recent radio interview I tried to explain to the host that the Muslim Brotherhood and other enemies of
We are engaged in a clash of civilizations between Western democracies and Islamic fundamentalism. Whether we admit it, or not, this is an indisputable fact. History proves it. As with most dictatorships,
New generations of Muslim children are taught to hate all things Western, including Jews, Christians and other "infidels."
It's not only the West with which Arab-Muslin nations and terrorist groups break agreements. As former Israeli diplomat
The only hope of maintaining a sense of stability in the region is for
No nation has done a better job fighting terrorism than
If more people would take the time to read the pronouncements and goals of Morsi when he headed the Muslim Brotherhood and also his latest speeches, they would understand what the endgame is and why disbelief by the West is also part of their strategy for world domination.
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