Saudi Arabia's Most Important Task Is Revitalizing Its National Identity
Since the ascent of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in 2016, the walls separating westerners and Saudis have been coming down.
Terrorists Love New Technologies. What Will They Do With AI?
Today, it's not a question of whether terrorists will use Artificial Intelligence (AI), but of how and when. Jihadis have always been early adopters of emerging technologies.
Why Was Malik Faisal Akram Ever on U.S. Soil?
It is a shameful failure of U.S. immigration policy that a man such as Akram was able to enter U.S. soil.
Gaslighting Anti-Semitism in America
Jews in the United States are being targeted by three distinct types of anti-Semites. But they are only being protected against one.
Don't Let CAIR off the Hook for Its Role in the Colleyville Hostage Crisis
The dots are not too difficult to connect.
Mitch McConnell Compares Taliban Advance in Afghanistan to Fall of Saigon
The Republican lawmaker urged President Joe Biden to "immediately commit to providing more support to Afghan forces."
How To Understand the Red-Green Axis
The red-green axis of dedicated far-leftists and illiberal Islamists remains a baffling and enigmatic phenomenon to many.
Fox News, GOP Feeding America's Angry 'Lost Souls': Progressive PAC Ad
"Instead of militant preachers or radical clerics, every single night in America, they can listen to our own angry advocates of division and conspiracy," the ad says, showing Fox News clips.
Europe's Experience on Islamism Is a Cautionary Tale for the United States
The sooner Macron and Kurz confront political Islam, the better.
Biden Plays Softball With Iran
Biden's moves to empower Iran and its Houthi proxy against the U.S.'s Arab Gulf allies will be very costly to the region and to the U.S.
The Soleimanification of the Middle East
The mushrooming of Soleimani posters across the region on the anniversary of his death is a typical Iranian public relations onslaught.
I Was Radicalized. Now, I've Dedicated My Career to Combating Anti-Semitism
Seeing Israel firsthand can make a huge difference in helping some de-radicalize.
Al Qaeda's Generational Change
It would be foolhardy in the extreme to allow al Qaeda to rise once again.
The DNC's Deepening Embrace of Radical Islamists
The Democratic Party does a disservice to American Muslims when it exclusively selects Islamists to represent them.
Lebanon: Hezbollah's Potemkin Village
It is hard to see a happy end to the current problems plaguing Lebanon.
Ilhan Omar's Soviet Anti-Semitism
Ilhan Omar knows exactly what she is doing when she targets Israel and the Jewish people.
Crises Reveal the Illegitimacy of Iranian Theocracy
For one of the world's most brutal regimes, the wheels are falling off.
It is time that the world listened to the people of Lebanon who are suffering under Hezbollah rule.
Lebanon Is Collapsing and Urgent Reform Is Desperately Needed
Lebanon is on the verge of total collapse.
International Law, Not Terrorism, Must Be the New Paradigm
Israel, and the world, must cease all "pay-for-slay" payments to fund terrorism.
Good Money After Bad: America's Failed Policy in Lebanon
Today, terrorist group Hezbollah effectively controls Lebanon.
Washington Must Address Turkey's Rising Aggression Amid COVID-19
Turkey is a very destabilizing presence in the Eastern Mediterranean region.
Iran's Ayatollahs Are Down but Far From Out
The Iranian regime is hurting right now, but it can still come back.
The World's Red-Green Axis Has Come to Our Streets
The Black Lives Matter movement and contemporary Islamism are cut from the same cloth.
China's Torture of the Uyghurs Will Usher in More Islamist Terrorism
Yet another reason to be horrified by the Chinese Communist Party's treatment of Uyghurs in Xinjiang.
Erdogan's Hagia Sophia Decree Stokes Tensions and Erases History
The West must do a better job of deterring Erdogan's hegemonic ambitions.
The Horror of Femicide in Iran
Basic human rights are under assault in the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Should Ex-CIA Spies Be Hacking for Enemy States?
The thin line between "media" and "information operations" is rapidly disintegrating.
The U.S. Must Halt Unconditional Aid to Lebanon
There is no avoiding the fact that, at the present time, Hezbollah is inextricably interwoven with Lebanon's government.
Should Regime Change in Iran Be Official U.S. Policy?
Scott Modell, adjunct professor at Georgetown University, debates The American Conservative's Curt Mills.