This Article originally appeared in The Tower as “Columbia Unmoored: Academics Appropriate the Holocaust“ Where is the line between criticizing Israel’s policies and anti-Semitism? Look no further than two late-January events at Columbia University’s Middle East Institute (MEI) that demonstrated how far Middle East studies academics are willing to go to promote anti-Semitism under the […]
In March, recently fired CNN contributor Marc Lamont Hill will be the keynote speaker for a Chicago-based group the Israeli government recently declared to be “terrorists in suits.” Hill, who was fired by CNN following a speech at the United Nations where he used the anti-Israel eliminationist rhetoric “from the river to the sea,” will […]
When it comes to voting, we count on the media to provide us with background on the candidates, including scrutinizing their credentials and histories. But that scrutiny is increasingly one-sided. That’s especially true in local races. Take, for example, last summer’s race for Irving, Texas’s city council between Albert Zapanta and Shayan Elahi. Nonpartisan candidate Zapanta was roasted by the […]
This article originally appeared at The American Thinker under a different title. New York congressman Max Rose criticized Ilhan Omar on Twitter for “invoking hurtful stereotypes and caricatures of Jewish people to dismiss those who support Israel.” Omar had come under fire for, once again, using blatantly anti-Semitic tropes under the guise of merely “critiquing” Israel. Yet just last […]
From his location in Doha, Yusuf Al Qaradawi, one of the most influential Muslim Brotherhood leaders, runs an international network of Islamist activists from the Middle East to Dublin and Boston.
CIG takes a look at the background and leadership of the Valley Ranch Islamic Center, which has ties to Islamist groups, and whose “resident scholar” was recently arrested at a border rally.
Last month, 32 individuals identified as “mostly faith leaders” by the San Diego Union-Tribune demonstrated at the U.S. southern border and were arrested. A December 10 Union-Tribune article and other accounts, such as a Huffington Post report and a press release from the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), painted sympathetic portraits. The Union-Tribune quoted Dallas imam Omar Suleiman: “We refuse to accept that this is normal … You […]
In Orlando Park, near Chicago, an extremist imam is using youtube to promote antisemitism and promote calls for jihad.
Local Philadelphia Christian non-profit leaders react to reports that World Vision, an international Evangelical charity, has knowingly done business with a designated Al Qaeda charity.
Houston’s Mayor chose to embrace CAIR Houston, even while the Keynote Speaker for their upcoming banquet, Linda Sarsour, is under fire for anti-antisemitism.