CBS News reports the San Bernardino suspects who allegedly shot 14 Americans had viewed ISIS propaganda and are now being cheered by ISIS supporters online.
President Obama and more than 150 world leaders gather in Paris this week to fight a devastating threat: Climate change. What, you thought they care about ISIS?
France, and the world, faces a new kind of enemy united in global militant Islamism. One of its strengths is our refusal to call it an enemy.
The terrorists wanted to end French culture. The French must refuse to let them.
Oppression and bigotry are real, but you won’t find much of it on our college campuses. You will find, however, a worldview that enables mayhem such as the Paris attacks.
After the terrorism that left twelve dead in its offices, French magazine Charlie Hebdo will no longer publish pictures of Muhammed.
French magazine Charlie Hebdo won’t draw Muhammed any more after terrorists murdered eleven of its staff for doing so. So in this case, terrorism wins.
Islamic terrorism will only be defeated when we see it is as far more than mindless violence and ‘extremism.’
The place where God first made man is the place where evil men are attempting to use the name of God to destroy mankind.
One can’t be an extremist about nothing. That’s why calling Islamist terrorists ‘violent extremists’ constitutes a dangerous attempt to hide from reality.
Authentic Islamic adaptation to the modern world may not actually be possible.
The Obama Administration has said it was mistaken to not send a high-ranking delegation to Paris’ free speech rally. But it should have surprised no one.
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