There are many things that could legitimately offend people of the Islamic faith - YouTube videos, teddy bears, and cartoons are not included
The right not to be offended has no place in a democracy. Nor do blasphemy laws
Philip McMullen brings you a cartoon every few days - check out the latest one right here!
The people of Sudan and Syria are still waiting for an American response
On what, exactly, do Baroness Warsi and her British government colleagues intend to “cooperate” with the OIC?
September has seen a slew of articles from the Palestinian Authority newspaper accusing Israel of being 'more loathsome' than the Nazis. Yet we continue to fund them
Muslims are frustrated with themselves. By directing anger towards the West, they are providing a distraction
Liberals used to mock conservatives for worrying that violent and sexually explicit movies could have an impact on audiences - now they don't question it.
Condemning the "grievance" as much as the perpetrator is fast becoming the default response to mass Islamist violence. This must not be allowed to stand
The latest rampages following the "Innocence of Muslims" film do not augur well for the future of MidEast democracy
In a strange but not wholly unexpected twist of events, the Israeli-American business man claimed to be behind the film that has sparked riots in Libya has turned out to be neither Israeli nor Jewish
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