Boko Haram’s leader Abubakar Shekau recently made a video in which he taunted the mothers of the girls he kidnapped and bragged, while praising Allah, how he will sell them on the market. Frontpage editors have decided to shed light on the Islamic context of Shekau’s barbaric acts and words by reprinting a segment of … Continue reading Islam, Slavery and Rape
Naomi Wolf has joined the Hamas chorus by attacking feminist hero Phyllis Chesler for being a Zionist agent. How facilely Wolf has adopted the language of Jew-haters the world over — an even more bitter irony coming from someone who has written an entire book comparing democratic America to Nazi Germany. And Chesler’s sin? To … Continue reading Where Does Naomi Wolf’s Hypocrisy End, Or Does It?
Last Tuesday, on April 8, Brandeis University rescinded its invitation to human rights activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali to receive an honorary degree from the institution. Brandeis caved in the face of intimidation from CAIR and other Muslim Brotherhood front groups, as well as a student petition on Change.org and a faculty petition – the contents of … Continue reading Brandeis, Female Mutilation and the Falsehoods of a Faculty Petition
[Editor’s note: This article is reprinted from Frontpage’s Valentine’s issue of Feb. 15, 2013. It has been updated to fit this year’s Day of Love.] Today, Friday, February 14, is Valentine’s Day, the sacred day that intimate companions mark to celebrate their love and affection for one another. If you’re thinking about making a study … Continue reading Hating Valentine’s
This week’s Glazov Gang was joined by Ann-Marie Murrell, Monty Morton and Dwight Schultz. The Gang gathered to discuss Mandela and Double Standards (see Daniel Greenfield’s article The Mandela Myth). The Gang also discussed Obama’s handshake with Raul Castro, Elian Gonzalez’s first trip outside of Cuba, what our national debt really means, the direction of … Continue reading Mandela and Double Standards — on The Glazov Gang
For the Left, all cultures are equal, but some cultures are more equal than others. For instance, in the world of the Left, the West never has a right to say what is right or wrong — when dealing with an adversary culture and regime, that is. If it’s Israel, you can start shooting right … Continue reading John Kerry and Saudi Women Driving
Regarding Miley Cyrus’s sketch on SNL the other night, in which John Boehner was caricatured as gay and Michele Bachmann was, to say the least, over-sexualized, I couldn’t help but wonder: What if a (conservative) pop singer did the same thing to left-wing politicians? We already know the answer, of course. The pop singer would … Continue reading Miley Cyrus, Saturday Night Live and Double Standards
Under the guidance of general director Irina Bokova, a Bulgarian socialist politician and daughter of the adamant communist ideologue Georgi Bokov, editor-in-chief of “Rabotnichesko Delo,” the party daily newspaper during Todor Zhivkov’s dictatorship, UNESCO recently decided to add hundreds of manuscripts by Ernesto “Che” Guevara to the Memory of the World Register. In so doing, … Continue reading Vladimir Tismaneanu’s Review of “United in Hate”: The Politics of Resentment
Jamie Glazov of Frontpage Magazine joined Dr. Gina to show how and why the Left allies itself with Islamists. He is author of United in Hate: The Left’s Romance with Tyrrany and Terror: Freedom Center pamphlets now available on Kindle: Click here.
This week’s Glazov Gang had the honor of being joined by Tiffany Gabbay, National Development Director for the David Horowitz Freedom Center, Dwight Schultz, a Hollywood actor, and Jennifer Serrano, the Newest California PolitiChick. The Gang members gathered to discuss Zimmerman on Trial. The dialogue started at the 9:30 mark of Part I and the … Continue reading Zimmerman on Trial — on The Glazov Gang