April 2009 Entries
As my colleague George Thomas would say, "Yikes." From the Wall Street Journal:
Considering that Pakistan has caved in to Islamists to the point that the country is in serious dangerous of an Islamist takeover, this cannot be good. from Pakistan's Daily Times:
It's been 30 years since Israel and Egypt signed a historic peace treaty that sent shockwaves throughout the Middle East
More on this story, from the Jerusalem Post:
Our good friends at the International Free Press Society have fallen victim to a cowardly cyber-attack initiated from an unknown source. IFPS seeks to fight back against totalitarian "hate speech" laws that would stifle criticism of Islam and land brave champions of free speech like Dutch Parliamentarian Geert Wilders--who I interviewed recently--in jail. The group is comprised of some of the leading counter-jihad journalists, strategists and thi
Watch my analysis on the CBN Newschannel of a very important recent development in the Middle East--Egypt's recent breakup of a Hezbollah terror cell--by clicking on the viewer above.
I had the chance to sit down with New York Times bestselling author Joel Rosenberg this weekend during the second annual Epicenter conference in San Diego.
More on the growing Somali-American jihad, from Fox News::
I was in San Diego this weekend to cover the second annual Epicenter conference. Several thousand people packed Cox Arena for the event, which was organized by New York Times best-selling author and friend of CBN, Joel Rosenberg.
Benjamin "Bibi" Netanyahu was officially sworn in as Israel's new Prime Minister yesterday. And while some of his Cabinet members are already making waves for telling unpleasant truths--but truths nonetheless--Netanyahu has made no serious waves thus far. I'm personally highly optimistic about Bibi's ascension to PM for a number of reasons--not least of which is his longstanding grasp of the dire seriousness of the Iranian threat. Here's a sample, from the Jersusalem Post: