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See No Evil: Khan-troversy Repeats Five Big Lies of the Left

Joel B. Pollak, Breitbart Khizr Khan and his wife Ghazala are Gold Star parents, and worthy of our gratitude, comfort and admiration. They have, however, also placed their son’s heroic death in the political arena, in the service of Hillary Clinton’s presidential ambitions. Therefore, while it may be unwise for Donald Trump to criticize them,

Not if, but when? Terror in France renews warnings about US threat

The brazen terror attack in France – this time by a driver mowing down civilians, including two Americans, who had been watching fireworks in the seaside destination of Nice – renewed warnings Friday about the growing threat not only to Western Europe but the U.S. homeland. Even before the attack, top U.S. security and intelligence

Gay American Muslims struggle with identity after Orlando massacre

Qais Munhazim woke up on Sunday to reports that an Afghan-American gunman had rampaged through a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, in an attack apparently motivated by support for militant Islamist groups. Tearful and disconsolate, Munhazim, a gay Muslim man who is originally from Afghanistan, made plans to attend the University of Minnesota’s vigil the

‘It Is My Dream to Behead Someone’ American Muslim

Raymond Ibrahim, The dark Islamic world of Khalil Abu-Rayyan. Originally published by the Gatestone Institute. As opposed to their Western counterparts, Christian leaders who live in the Middle East continued expressing their frustration at the West’s indifference and worse. Jean-Clément Jeanbart, the Melkite Greek Catholic archbishop of Aleppo, asked during an interview: “Why are your bishops

Why Latinos and Muslim Americans should support Trump

I’m Muslim American, and yet I now find myself rooting for Donald Trump to be the GOP presidential nominee. Here’s a little secret: Many other Muslim and Latino activists also are cheering for Trump to defeat Ted Cruz for the Republican nod — even if they won’t admit it publicly.   Why? Trump could inspire

Muslim-Americans Mobilize Against the GOP

Ashley Pratte, After months of condemning rhetoric they view as hostile, American Muslims are now taking action. Muslim-American groups and organizations across the United States are mobilizing in an effort to take down GOP front-runners Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz through voter registration drives. The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR),  the Islamic Circle of