Radical Islam

Radical Islam: In-Depth Reports

Abbas in a Race against Time to Choose Successor

According to Fatah sources, Abbas intends to retire and move to Qatar. Read More »

Stop the Palestinian Authority’s Funding of Terrorism

The Palestinian Authority’s annual budget lists hundreds of millions of dollars to fund terrorists in prison, so-called martyrs’ families. The Jerusalem Center’s Yossi Kuperwasser challenges the international donors to end this illegal and immoral practice. Read More »

Can Turkey and Israel Reconcile?

Turkey’s activities in Gaza, the West Bank and Jerusalem Read More »

Who is Michel Aoun, Lebanon’s New President?

Who is the new president of Lebanon, Michel Aoun? What challenges will he face? Does Aoun see Israel as Lebanon’s enemy? Read More »

Lebanon under General Michel Aoun – A Profile and a Preliminary Assessment

President must walk a tightrope at age 81 Read More »

The Battle for Mosul and Its Aftermath

Who are the actors and why Turkey may not follow the script Read More »

Iran Is Courting Hamas

Anti-Israel solidarity papers over Sunni-Shiite animosity Read More »

The Islamic State – the Beginning of the End

The shrinking Caliphate in Iraq, Syria and beyond Read More »

Palestinian Ballots and Bullets. Anarchy in the West Bank in the run-up to October elections.

Yoni Ben-Menachem, the Jerusalem Center’s senior Middle East Analyst: The Palestinian Authority has arrested 100 suspects and in Nablus confiscated some one million shekel’s worth of weapons, including rockets. Read More »

Egypt and Jordan Fear a Hamas Victory in the West Bank

Sharp divisions within Abbas’ Fatah organization Read More »

The Historical Problem of Haj Amin al-Husseini, “Grand Mufti” of Jerusalem

The issue of the Mufti’s historical responsibility became a subject of controversy when Benjamin Netanyahu mistakenly argued that Husseini “was one of the leading architects of the Final Solution,” Read More »

Israeli Expert: Arab Regime Crackdowns Are Pushing New ISIS Recruiting

Assessing the strength of the Islamic State, Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah, former Deputy Head for Assessment of Israeli Military Intelligence, said:
“A huge coalition of forces, air forces, and other countries are participating in trying to quell the Islamic state. But they haven’t reached the final goal because they don’t have boots on the ground. Now with 30,000 fighters, it seems that the Islamic State is still there to accompany us for the next couple of years at least.”
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The Nature of Radical Islamic Warfare and the Western Response

What is “Islamic Warfare?”

* We in the West are in a war with Islam. It’s not a religion; it’s a civilization; it’s a culture. The religion is part of the civilization.

* The goal of Islamic warfare is to terrorize the other side, that they become afraid and run away.

Why don’t Western leaders see that?

* Because they refuse to.

* The American government … won’t even use the word “Islamic terrorism” … If you don’t identify your enemy you cannot defeat him. Read More »

How the West can Win

Why are the millions of Muslim refugees from Syria, Libya, and Yemen trying to get to Europe?

* A significant portion of refugees are young males – the high testosterone age, imbued with a spirit for making Europe into the world of Islam.

* The Muslims were stopped twice in their advancement on Europe. They got to Vienna twice (last time 1683) and they were stopped in Spain at the Pyrenees Mountains. Now the Muslims are taking the airplane around Vienna and they’re skipping Spain. It is the resumption of the Islamic attempt to Islamify Europe. Read More »

Ethnic Opposition to Iran’s Regime Is on the Rise

In Iran, oppressed Kurdish and Arab Sunni minorities awaken Read More »