Hear Securefreedom Radio’s Maiden Broadcast Here

June 16, 2009

Caroline Glick, Ralph Peters, and Rick Santorum were the lineup tonight on Securefreedom radio, the new radio show covering national security issues that will begin airing nationally in two weeks on 30 am stations across the country....

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R-E-S-P-E-C-T, Let’s Find Out What it Means To Us

June 4, 2009

In his speech last Thursday in Cairo, President Obama emphasized his respect for the Muslim world. While the notion that, with superior  diplomatic skills, Obama can sweet talk fanatics like Iran’s Ahmadinejad into becoming statesmen...

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Dissident Watch: Mithal al-Alusi

May 30, 2009

From Middle East Quarterly


Spring 2009


Amid growing conservatism and ethnic and sectarian populism in Iraq, parliamentarian Mithal al-Alusi, a Sunni Arab, has become the country’s chief advocate for liberal values including a free market, free press, religious...

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Hold the Line Today in Washington, Bibi, and Remind Our President of These Painful Truths

May 18, 2009

While Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is on his way to the White House later today to meet with President Obama, Israel faces a potentially existential threat from Iran, whose leadership has repeatedly stated its intention to destroy the...

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It’s Gone from High Noon to Kumbayah at the AIPAC Policy Conference in Washington D.C.

May 5, 2009

The mood at this year’s American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) policy conference – the yearly gathering that drew thousands of Israel-supporters from Sunday till today to be briefed on issues related to the U.S.-Israel...

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Durban II Would Have Been Good Comedy, Were Abuses by the Self-appointed Arbiters Not So Appalling

April 23, 2009

Serious defense of Israel shone alongside clever and zany protest at the United Nations Conference Against Racism in Geneva, Switzerland earlier this week.

For representatives of countries like China, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Cuba to sit on...

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Good Call on Durban II, Mr. President

April 20, 2009


In boycotting the second United Nations Conference Against Racism (dubbed “Durban II”), being held today in Geneva, Switzerland, President Barack Obama has shown leadership in opposing anti-Semitism.

Over the weekend,...

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Elliott Abrams predicts Obama, Bibi faceoff

March 23, 2009

From Center for Security Policy



Elliott Abrams, former deputy national security advisor to President Bush, speaking Saturday morning in Fort Lauderdale at the winter meeting of the Republican Jewish Coalition, said he thinks the Obama administration may be able to successfully...

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Champion of Jewish-Muslim Relations Beaten by Thugs in Bangladesh

February 22, 2009


Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury, a Bangladeshi journalist who has labored to build bridges between Israel and his country, was beaten this morning in the Dhaka offices of his newspaper, The Weekly Blitz, by thugs he believes to be members of the...

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UAE Violates Spirit of International Cooperation and Sportsmanship

February 21, 2009


This week the United Arab Emirates (UAE) refused to grant entry to Shahar Peer, an Israeli female tennis champion, to compete in the Barclay’s Dubai Tennis Championship.

The UAE offered this explanation: “We do not wish to...

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