Monthly Archives: August 2007

Web of terror

By Rachel Ehrenfeld and Alyssa A. Lappen Washington Times | August 16, 2007 On Aug. 8, the Treasury Department finally listed the Al-Salah Society as “one of the largest and best-funded Hamas charities.” The director of the Treasury Department’s Office … Continue reading

Protect the American Media–Whether They Deserve It or Not

By Andrew McCarthy Human Events | Aug. 14, 2007 It is a hard thing to defend the American media. Even when they are right and even when they badly need defending. In large part, that’s because press hypocrisy is so … Continue reading

The Fly in the bin Mahfouz Ointment

By Alyssa A. Lappen FrontPageMagazine | Aug. 6, 2007 U.K. libel laws and courts have been among Saudi Arabia’s most successful tools to veil its Islamic proselytization and terrorist funding. The Saudi operator is billionaire Khalid Bin Mahfouz, who has … Continue reading