Tag Archives: Islamophobia

Not all religions are the same

The Bill Maher clip has to be watched to be believed. Not the guest’s attempt to obfuscate. The fundamental issue is simple: most non-Muslims don’t care about Islam or Muslims so long as Islam and Muslims don’t impinge upon their … Continue reading

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Bill Maher gets it right. The Daily Caller reports: On HBO’s “Real Time” on Friday night, host Bill Maher entertained CSU-San Bernardino professor Brian Levin, director of the Center for Study of Hate and Extremism, who maintained that despite the … Continue reading

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In an earlier post here, Mr. Hume and Jackson Doughart, reacting to an exchange between Glenn Greenwald and Sam Harris, discuss (amongst many things) the way that the notion of ‘Islamophobia’ has been used to try to stifle those who … Continue reading

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Fort Hood and the Islamist threat

The Fort Hood shootings are a horrific tragedy, one for which all Americans mourn.  Even if the right’s assumption that Nidal Malik Hasan was primarily motivated by Islamist ideology proves correct, however, it’s going to take a lot more such … Continue reading

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