A Moment of Silence Becomes a Moment of Truth

A Moment of Silence Becomes a Moment of Truth

You may have heard about the Saudi soccer team that refused to observe a minute of silence for the London terror victims. And then, again, maybe you haven’t heard about it. The media doesn’t like to report news that puts Islam in a bad light. They’ll report jihad...
Why the Odds Favor Islam

Why the Odds Favor Islam

On May 22, an Islamic suicide bomber detonated himself outside a pop concert in Manchester, England, killing and wounding dozens, many of them young children. The terrorist was a 22-year-old named Salman Abedi. A few days after the attack, I was reading an article...
Terrorism, Islam, and Immigration

Terrorism, Islam, and Immigration

Whenever a new terrorist attack is reported, I’m reminded of that LifeLock commercial about a bank robbery. After a group of masked robbers smash into the bank, the uniformed officer on duty explains to frightened customers that he’s not a security guard, only a...
The Manchester Bomber: Martyr or Murderer?

The Manchester Bomber: Martyr or Murderer?

The most radical part of President Trump’s speech in Saudi Arabia was not the moment when he referred to “Islamic extremism” and “Islamic terror,” but the next moment when he said, “Religious leaders must make this absolutely clear… If you choose the path of terror,...
Falling Off the Demographic Cliff

Falling Off the Demographic Cliff

Friends who visit Europe with large families in tow tell me they soon become “tourist attractions” themselves. Europeans are used to Muslims with large families. But Americans? People from a prosperous developed nation? How odd. Don’t they know that children get in...