Tag Archives: Hamas

U.S. Rewarding Arab Terrorism

by Rachel Ehrenfeld and Alyssa A. Lappen NATIV | March 2008 The Bush Administration’s search for partners to promote “peace” and “democracy” within the Palestinian Authority (PA) resembles Lord Charles Bowen’s “blind man in a dark room looking for a … Continue reading

U.S. AID for Terror

By Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld and Alyssa A. Lappen FrontPageMagazine.com | 2/8/2008 The Bush Administration’s search for partners to promote “peace” and “democracy” within the Palestinian Authority (PA) resembles Lord Charles Bowen‘s “blind man in a dark room looking for a … Continue reading

Shari’a Finance: Cordless Bungee Jumping

by Alyssa A. Lappen Pajamas Media | Dec. 18, 2007 Despite flashy headlines extolling Shari’a finance (Islamic banking) and Wall Street bankers jumping into the market, don’t follow. It’s like bungee jumping without a cord—or following lemmings over a cliff. … Continue reading

Shari’a finance

by Alyssa A. Lappen FrontPage Magazine | Nov. 14, 2007 In October, Abu Dhabi Prince Nahayan Mabarak al-Nahayan advertised his ultra-conservative sheikdom’s openness “in this age of globalization,” and having had world trade “from ancient times” by welcoming 100 world-class … Continue reading

Tithing for Terrorists

Financing Jihad by Rachel Ehrenfeld and Alyssa A. Lappen National Review Online | Oct. 12, 2007 “Governments have political considerations,” said senior N.Y. Senator Charles Schumer, upon learning in September that Bourse Dubai intends to buy 20 percent of NASDAQ. … Continue reading