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Is an Egyptian “Democracy” a Good Thing?

by Raymond Ibrahim Hudson New York That democracy equates freedom is axiomatic in the West. Say the word “democracy” and images of a free, pluralistic, and secular society come to mind. Share This

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Show the World?

Exactly what will the people of the Middle East do? by Victor Davis Hanson NRO’s The Corner By summertime, we will begin to see a new clarity in the Middle East. The old narratives — that American support for authoritarians undermined democratic awakenings; that Iraq was a catastrophe; that we need to reach out to totalitarian …

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A New America in a New World Order

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online The year is quite young, and yet it has already seen a multitude of disturbing events and trends — unrest in Cairo and North Africa; nuclearization in Iran; a growing anti-American alliance among Turkey, Hezbollah, Iran, and Syria; the expansionary designs of a newly unabashed China with attendant …

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Can American Values Radicalize Muslims?

by Raymond Ibrahim PJ Media Recent comments by US officials on the threat posed by “radicalized” American Muslims are troubling, both for their domestic and international implications. Attorney General Eric Holder states that “the threat has changed … to worrying about people in the United States, American citizens — raised here, born here, and who for whatever …

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Dumbing Democracy Down

by Bruce S. Thornton Advancing a Free Society Many in the west are interpreting the demonstrations in Egypt against Hosni Mubarak as populist expressions of “aspirations for a democratic future,” as a spokesman for British Prime Minister David Cameron put it. Share This

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The Middle East and the Multicultural Nightmare

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media Obama’s Multiculturalism vs. Bush’s Freedom Let us be honest. Most of George Bush’s admirable support — as voiced in his 2005 inaugural address — for freedom abroad was de facto abandoned by 2006-7. Condoleeza Rice had championed Egyptian dissidents, but within a year that advocacy was dropped and we were back …

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Bewitched Animals and the Muslims Media

by Raymond Ibrahim Hudson New York Conspiracy theories emanating from the Muslim world are nothing new — a decade ago, Israel was accused of perpetrating the strikes of 9/11, today it is accused of perpetrating the bombings of a Coptic church — they tend to be dismissed in the West. Share This

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