On September 10, General David Petraeus, while testifying before the House Committees on Foreign Affairs and Armed Services, said that Iran is fighting a "proxy war" using Shi'a militias against Iraqi and coalition forces in Iraq. Today, on the sixth anniversary of September 11, the Claremont Institute is proud to announce a new policy study by Thomas Joscelyn—Iran's Proxy War Against America
, which details Tehran's thirty-year offensive against the U.S.
Regrettably, writes NR's Editor Rich Lowry, Muslim sects are going through what 16th and 17th century Christians endured, but we cannot walk away from a region that threatens us.
The same day that Dinesh D'Souza reruns his thesis about peaceful and tolerant Islam, a former terrorist declares that "mainstream Islamic teaching accepts and promotes violence."
The conservative writer who decided that Muslims hated us because of our domination by the secular left, admits that the same left doesn't get it about Islam's rage.
Since the war against Islamic fascists began, our policy has been to distinguish between peaceful and violent Muslims. Here comes a challenge to that policy.
Two conservatives from First Things take their disagreement to OpinionJournal and assess the Bush Administration, exhibiting quite distinct political expectations.
It's all very well to consider the role of secularism in the context of our war on terrorism, but Dinesh D'Souza mistakes the cause of Islamist rage.