In April of last year, Brandeis University offered Ayaan Hirsi Ali an honorary degree for her tireless campaigning for women’s rights in the Muslim world....

January’s murderous attacks in Paris on the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and the kosher supermarket Hyper Cacher evoked not only fear, indignation, and defiance from...

On the evening of September 15, the writer and activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali addressed a crowd of more than three hundred at Yale University. It...

To the Editor: Daniel Pipes accurately shows the need for the reform of ossified Islamic doctrine and law (Sharia), and cites a few signs he finds...

Islam currently represents a backward, aggressive, and violent force. Must it remain this way, or can it be reformed and become moderate, modern, and good-neighborly?...

To the Editor: I agree with Michael Rubin that Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood would like to turn Egypt into another Iran [“Whitewashing Islamists,” October]. But, fortunately for us,...

On July 14, 2012, as crowds in Paris celebrated Bastille Day, the annual commemoration of the French revolution, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was marking...

On March 20, Egypt held a referendum vote, and it is the common consensus that the results indicate the degree of support and power for...

To the Editor: While Jonathan Tobin rightly points to the arrogance of the elites who smear any critic of “Islamism as well as groups like CAIR”...