Home » Archives by category » USA (Page 3)
The Trump Administration’s Foreign Policy

Douglas J. Feith, senior fellow and director of the Center for National Security Strategies at the Hudson Institute, served as undersecretary of defense for policy from 2001 to 2005. Mr. Feith briefed the Middle East Forum in a conference call on December 20, 2016. Summary account by Marilyn Stern, Middle East Forum Communications Coordinator. President-elect […]

Continue reading …
What is Obama’s End Game on Israel?

President Obama’s decision to engineer passage of U.N. Security Council 2334 in the final weeks of his presidency wasn’t a bid to revive the Israeli-Palestinian “peace process,” a “parting shot” at Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, or any of the other characterizations splashed across cable news chyrons over the weekend. Rather, it was intended to […]

Continue reading …
It’s Time for Realism in Syria, President-elect Donald Trump

As investigators rush to connect the dots between the recent spate of tragic terrorist attacks in Istanbul, Berlin, Ankara, Zurich and Karak – we must not lose sight of the fact that in one month, President-elect Donald Trump will come face-to- face with one of greatest man-made humanitarian disasters of the modern era. Nearly half […]

Continue reading …
Georgetown Professor Offers Class Credit For Students Who Attend Anti-Trump Teach-In

The indoctrination and brainwashing of college students by unstable liberal college professors has become commonplace in America. Professors and students all across the country still haven’t be able to swallow their pride and accept Donald Trump’s victory. In another case of college professors gone wild, students at Georgetown University taking a course on the AIDS […]

Continue reading …
Keith Ellison Reneges on Islamist Event; MEF Had a Role

Keith Ellison Reneges on Islamist Event; MEF Had a Role PHILADELPHIA – Dec. 22, 2016 – Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN), the leading candidate to head the Democratic Party, has withdrawn, under pressure from the Middle East Forum and its allies, from an Islamist convention in Chicago on Dec. 27. Rep. Ellison was scheduled to speak […]

Continue reading …
John Kerry is Dead Wrong about Israeli Settlements

United Nations Security Council Resolution 2334, which describes Israel’s settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem as illegal, should never have passed last week. But the U.S. refused to use its veto power, in part because, as Secretary of State John F. Kerry explained in a speech on Wednesday, the Obama administration believes settlements […]

Continue reading …
Trump Emboldens Egypt’s Sisi

Originally published under the title “Why Trump’s Bid to Amplify Muslim Reformers Will Keep Americans Safer.” The recent terror attacks in Berlin and Zurich highlight once again the danger that radical Islamism poses to the West. While many are searching for ways to improve security and defeat the threat on the ground, few appear to […]

Continue reading …
NYC: Muslima who claimed she was harassed by Trump supporters arrested for filing false report

This was yet another fake anti-Muslim hate crime that garnered international headlines without a murmur of skepticism from the establishment propaganda media. Pamela Geller took apart Yasmin Seweid’s flimsy story here — pointing out most notably that the alleged “Islamophobic harassment” took place in a crowded subway car, and yet in an age in which […]

Continue reading …
Attorney General Lynch slams ‘unacceptable’ rise in anti-Muslim hate crimes, silent about anti-Semitic crimes

Lynch doesn’t seem to have addressed the fact that, according to FBI statistics, anti-Semitic hate crimes are twice more common than anti-Muslim hate crimes. Nor did she discuss the high number of alleged anti-Muslim hate crimes that turned out to have been faked by Muslims in order to portray the Muslim community in the U.S. […]

Continue reading …
Trump Terror within Middle East Studies

Nowhere was the hysteria, panic, and fear-mongering attending Donald Trump’s win in the 2016 presidential election felt more strongly than on college campuses – and Middle East studies academics were no exception. Rather than acknowledging that justified concern over increasing terrorism in the U.S. was a strong factor, they dismissed Trump voters as angry, fearful, […]

Continue reading …