Has there ever been a more brilliant, more knowing, more effective provocation than the Cordoba-Initiative-Park51-community-center-mosque plan? Think of what has been accomplished without subjecting a...

On August 25, 2010, a New York City cabdriver was slashed and stabbed by a drunken passenger who allegedly accompanied his assault with anti-Muslim remarks....

Jihad in Palestine Icon of Evil: Hitler’s Mufti and the Rise of Radical Islam by David G. Dalin and John F. Rothmann Random House. 227 pp. ...

“Islam has bloody borders.” So wrote Samuel Huntington in “The Clash of Civilizations?,” his 1993 Foreign Affairs article later expanded (minus the question...

Last spring, legislators in New York State joined with the governor, David Paterson, in passing a law entitled the Libel Tourism Protection Act. The act...

Islamophilia The Fall and Rise of the Islamic State by Noah Feldman Princeton. 200 pp. $22.95.   Noah Feldman is an interesting case. A professor of law at Harvard, he...

On May 2 and 3, 1990, the U.S. embassy in Cairo alerted its counterpart in Khartoum that Egypt’s “leading radical,” Omar Abdel Rahman,...

Ever since his first post-9/11 speech summoning the nation to a war against terrorism, President Bush has stressed that “our war is against evil, not...

To the Editor: I wish that I could share Joshua Kurlantzick’s sanguine view of the campaign against Islamists in Southeast Asia, but developments in the region...

The attacks of 9/11 generated a tide of commentary on the origins and aims of anti-Western jihadism. Lately, however, events have shifted attention to another,...

A Kinder, Gentler Islam? In the Footsteps of the Prophet: Lessons from the Life of Muhammad by Tariq Ramadan Oxford. 256 pp. $23.00 Tariq Ramadan, who was...

In February, several young men in Birmingham, England were arrested for their alleged role in a plot to kidnap a fellow Muslim serving in the...