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The Failure of the „Turkish Model“

The Failure of the „Turkish Model“

Gastautor Juni 6, 2014 1

Stephen Schwartz reviews Mustafa Akyol: Islam without Extremes: A Muslim Case for Liberty

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How To Avoid a Disaster of a Disaster

How To Avoid a Disaster of a Disaster

Nancy Hartevelt Kobrin April 24, 2013 0

Book Review on: Leonard A. Cole and Nancy D. Connell: Local Planning for Terror and Disaster; Robbie Friedmann: 28 Letters

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Guess what? Suicide Bombers are Suicidal!

Guess what? Suicide Bombers are Suicidal!

Nancy Hartevelt Kobrin März 31, 2013 0

Book Review: Adam Lankford (2013): The Myth of Martyrdom

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The state and the individual

The state and the individual

Assia Maria Harwazinski Juli 18, 2012 0

Review: Sibylle van der Walt, Christoph Menke: Physical Intactness. History and Theory of an Elementary Human Right

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Men and Women of the Free World

Men and Women of the Free World

Felix Strüning Juni 5, 2012 2

Review of Geert Wilders' 2012 book: Marked for Death. Islam’s War Against the West and Me

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When Silence is Golden

When Silence is Golden

Nancy Hartevelt Kobrin März 12, 2012 0

Book Review on Gilboa and Lapid: Israel's Silent Defenders: An Inside Look at Sixty Years of Israeli Intelligence

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Eve: Role Model for Western and Muslim Women

Eve: Role Model for Western and Muslim Women

Nancy Hartevelt Kobrin Dezember 9, 2011 0

Review on Juliana Geran Pilon: Soulmates Resurrecting Eve

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Understanding Youth Who Become Radicalized to Violent Extremism

Understanding Youth Who Become Radicalized to Violent Extremism

Nancy Hartevelt Kobrin November 2, 2011 0

Book Review on Kathryn Seifert: Youth Violence

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Shame Honor Cultures: The Root Cause of Radicalization

Shame Honor Cultures: The Root Cause of Radicalization

Nancy Hartevelt Kobrin Oktober 16, 2011 0

Review on Rik Coolsaet: Jihadi Terrorism and the Radicalisation Challenge

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It’s Not About The Money

It’s Not About The Money

Nancy Hartevelt Kobrin Oktober 5, 2011 0

Book Review on Daniel Byman: A High Price

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The Mother of All Anxieties – Muslim Attitudes towards the Jews

The Mother of All Anxieties – Muslim Attitudes towards the Jews

Nancy Hartevelt Kobrin März 7, 2011 0

Book review: Moshe Ma’oz: Muslim Attitudes to Jews and Israel Ma’oz has done an outstanding job giving us a timely compilation of essays. Considering the current uprising across the Arab Muslim world and its

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Foiling Suicide Bombings: Seven Shots

Foiling Suicide Bombings: Seven Shots

Nancy Hartevelt Kobrin November 15, 2010 0

It seems as if it only took seven simple shots to stop a massive suicide bombing targeting a Brooklyn subway in New York. However Jennifer C. Hunt demonstrates that so much more went into

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Facing Terror Head On – The View from India

Facing Terror Head On – The View from India

Nancy Hartevelt Kobrin Oktober 11, 2010 1

Terrorism is, by and large, repetitive, monotonous, crude, somewhat autistic as the bonding is through violence, exceedingly brutal, yet even boring and then BAM – a modeling moment like the 26/11 Mumbai Massacre or

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Has the mosque in your "hood" been brought to you by the Muslim Brotherhood?

Has the mosque in your "hood" been brought to you by the Muslim Brotherhood?

Nancy Hartevelt Kobrin September 7, 2010 0

The subject of the mosque has currently taken the U.S. by storm with the central focal point on the Cordoba House at Ground Zero. We tend to equate mosques with churches and synagogues. This is

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Islamic Suicide Bombers are Momma’s Boys

Islamic Suicide Bombers are Momma’s Boys

Felix Strüning September 3, 2010 0

There have been many attempts to explain the phenomenon of the Islamic suicide assassin: theological, sociological, economical and psychological. Most of the definitions can explain certain patterns in the behavior of terrorists in Israel

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Glorification of Islam vs. Enmity of Islam

Glorification of Islam vs. Enmity of Islam

Felix Strüning Juli 15, 2010 0

„Islam means peace“ vs. „Islam is the greatest threat to the free world“. Between these two extremes a hot debate is developing for years, in which left and right wing, populists and scientists, do-gooders

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Islam itself is the problem – as the Muslim use of sex, money and violence prevents integration

Islam itself is the problem – as the Muslim use of sex, money and violence prevents integration

Felix Strüning Juli 11, 2010 0

„Islam is not just a belief, it is a way of life, a violent way of life.“, and „I believe that the subjection of women within Islam is the biggest obstacle to the integration

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Who integrates successfully – outstanding study distinguishes migrants by their country of origin and seals the fate of multiculturalism!

Who integrates successfully – outstanding study distinguishes migrants by their country of origin and seals the fate of multiculturalism!

Felix Strüning Dezember 6, 2009 0

“Immigrants tend on average to be more poorly educated and more frequently unemployed and to participate less in public life than the native population.” This first finding of the study “Unutilised Potentials” of the

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Why is Germany, as it is, or the disastrous consequences of the 1968-generation – a splendid and polemical analysis

Why is Germany, as it is, or the disastrous consequences of the 1968-generation – a splendid and polemical analysis

Felix Strüning Oktober 8, 2009 1

„Who is left, lives in the beautiful awareness, to be in the right, yes, simply to be allways right. In Germany, leftists don’t have to justify their view.“ This general absolution of any (mis-)behavior

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The German Super Election Year 2009 in the Mirror of Popular Policy Books

The German Super Election Year 2009 in the Mirror of Popular Policy Books

Felix Strüning Oktober 1, 2009 0

The year 2009 was a super election year in Germany. A total of 17 elections were held, including the election of the European Parliament and the German Federal President. The most important were of

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