Monthly Archives: June 2008

Iraqi “Democratization,” With Shameful Outsourcing of the Real Jihadist Threat—Iran—to Israel

  A satellite image of Iran’s Natanz uranium enrichment facility       According to the London Telegraph, Israel is apparently preparing to neutralize a real time threat—Iran’s nuclear program—while the US apparently has other (absurd and delusional) “priorities” in … Continue reading

“The Tax Paid In Lieu of Being Slain”—And The Murder of Iraqi Archbishop Rahho

  The funeral of Iraqi Archbishop Rahho       The New York Times (June 26, 2008) has published a somber account of the recent murder of Iraqi Archbishop Rahho, and how the Iraqi Christian population has been subjected to … Continue reading

And the Beat(ings) Go On/Apposite Aristotle?

Another horrific attack by North African “yutes” (as per Joe Pesci’s character in “My Cousin Vinny”) [read: Muslims in France] on their Jewish prey in Paris, reminds one not only of Ilan Halimi, but a more recent attack earlier this … Continue reading

Global “Jewish Targets”: Renewing Hezbollah’s Jihad Genocide?

   Fadlallah   and Nasrallah   Hezbollah’s “Spiritual” Purveyors of Jihad Genocide     According to US and Canadian intelligence agencies the Shi’ite jihad terror organization Hezbollah, supported by its patron Iran, is poised, once again, to launch a lethal … Continue reading

Jerusalem Post Interview with Sam Ser

Sam Ser of The Jerusalem Post has published (yesterday June 19, 2008) his interview with me conducted about a month ago now, in mid-May:   A simmering hatred Jun. 19, 2008 Sam Ser , THE JERUSALEM POST With common motifs … Continue reading

Diana West: “…in history, as in science, the truth lies in the evidence.”

The perspicacious journalist Diana West, who, full disclosure, is also a dear friend, has written about the seamless connections between my vocational and “avocational” pursuits.   Diana West Friday, June 13, 2008   On Sept. 11, 2001, Andrew Bostom, an … Continue reading

Extended Interview: The Legacy of Islamic Antisemitism

* Frontpage Interview’s guest today (June 13, 2008) is Andrew G. Bostom, M.D., M.S. and the author of the highly acclaimed The Legacy of Jihad: Islamic Holy War and the Fate of Non-Muslims. He is an Associate Professor of Medicine … Continue reading

Rael Isaac Reviews The Legacy of Islamic Antisemitism

Author Rael Isaac reviews The Legacy of Islamic Antisemitism at Human Events today, June 11, 2008:   A Book Review: The Legacy of Islamic Antisemitism, edited by Andrew G. Bostom Bostom’s new book shreds two myths that have become almost … Continue reading

James Carroll’s Delusions of Adequacy on Islamic Antisemitism

 Yesterday, Thursday, June 5, 2008 during an interview on the National Public Radio Boston affiliate (WBUR) program “Here and Now,” with Robin Young, author James Carroll opined with distressingly ignorant certitude,   “The Christian tradition of antisemitism has spread like … Continue reading

Textbook Islamic Antisemitism

Yesterday, 6/3/08, The American Thinker published an essay of mine which highlights how the main Antisemitic motifs in the Koran, hadith, and sira are expounded in contemporary Islamic school textbooks, including those used in the US   Here are the … Continue reading