Monthly Archives: October 2010

Organization of Islamic Conference’s Chicago Summit Flops

The recent Chicago meeting of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) had low turnout, U.S. envoy Rashad Hussain failed to turn up, and only a tenth of the audience seats were filled. by Alyssa A. Lappen Family Security Matters … Continue reading

‘Is it Fair to Say Islam is Setting the Rules?’

By Andrew Bostom and Alyssa A. Lappen American Thinker | Oct. 6, 2010 Lars Vilks, Lars Hedegaard, and Rabbi Jon Hausman were interviewed yesterday (Monday, 10/5/2010) by Helen Glover of WHJJ 920 AM, Providence, about the sorry state of free … Continue reading

No Islamic Mea Culpas

At first-ever conference on the topic, experts explore the history and potential threat of Muslim anti-Semitism. by Steve Lipman Jewish Week | Oct. 5, 2010 Rabbi Richard Rubenstein In the shadow of the controversial planned Islamic center near Ground Zero … Continue reading