|Sun Apr 17, 2011 12:47 pm Think-Israel January-February 2011 Issue Index
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"Editorial: The Middle East in Revolt" by Editor, Think-Israel.org
Democracy and Revolution
Islam + Democracy = Islam by Edward Cline
The Great Middle Eastern Democracy Show Hits A Bump by Nidra Poller
Be Careful What We Wish For by Seth J. Frantzman
Is An Egyptian "Democracy" A Good Thing? by Raymond Ibrahim
How Revolution Is Played Out In Different Countries
The New Middle East At A Glance — Country By Country by Hillel Fendel
Anti-Semitism: The New Necessity For Arab Regimes by Mudar Zahran
Youth Uprising 2011 -- A Planetary 1968 by Andrew MacKillop
A Firsthand Account Of The Protests In Egypt by Joshua R. Goodman
Do The Protesters Want Democracy? by Andrew C. McCarthy
Evidence Of Anti-Semitism At The Egypt Protests by John Rosenthal
Sunni Wahhabism And Shiism In Saudi Arabia by Joshua Teitelbaum
Tunisia Meltdown by Marion DS Dreyfus
Jordan's Future Challenges by Juan José Escobar Stemmann
Qatar's Game by Elliot Jager
These Essays Investigate The Muslim Brotherhood :
The Muslim Brotherhood Is The Enemy by Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood: In Their Own Words by Jonathan D. Halevi
Qaradawi And The Treason Of The Intellectuals by Andrew G. Bostom
Loner Terrorists And Small-Boat Pirates
How Do We Deal With Terrorists That Have No Fixed Identification? by Bernice Lipkin
Somali Piracy Hits America: Some Questions In Need Of Answers by J. Peter Pham, Ph.D.
A Cruise To The Coast Of Pirate-Infested Somalia by To-The-Point Cruise Lines
Wishing For Islamic Moderation And Reform
Inside The Mind Of An Islamist by Phyllis Chesler
The Long March Of Islam: Chapter 9 by R. K. Ohri
Does Muslim Moderation Exist; Is Islamic Reform Likely? by Fjordman
Is Israel Going To Change Policy And Grow Or Grovel And Die?
In Memory Of Herbert Zweibon by Helen Freedman
Preemptive Surrender by David Isaac
Playing Israel's Good Hand by Caroline Glick
Hasbara, The War Front Where Israel Is Losing
Why Israel Loses PR War by Moshe Dann
Exposing Arab Falsehoods by Martin Sherman
Who Is Uri Avnery, And Why Does He Matter? by Aryeh Tepper
Narrative Isn't Everything by Jonathan Rosenblum
A Dozen Bad Ideas For The 21st Century by Mark Durie
The Wartime Diary Of Edmund Kessler reviewed by Omer Bartov
The Most Heinous Killers Of The Holocaust: The Muslim-Catholic Ustasha by Edwin Black
Opening Palestine's Doors by Rafael Medoff
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