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Saturday, August 19, 2017


After its first day in U.S. theaters Friday, Wonder Woman was pushing close to $100 million in gross box office returns, and overseas the response was already strong. According to Variety, Wonder Woman earned $18.7 million in 37 international markets through Thursday, even before the film opened in China. The foreign markets included Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Kuwait, but not Lebanon, which banned Wonder Woman because of its star, Gal Gadot.  

“First and foremost, she is Israeli,” Rania Masri, told reporters. Masri is with the Campaign to Boycott Supporters of Israel-Lebanon, the social media group supporting the ban on Wonder Woman. “We don’t distinguish between a good Israeli and a bad Israeli,” Masri helpfully

After terror attacks, we often hear from Western media and politicians that we must accept terrorist attacks as the "new normal."

For Western citizens, this phrase is dangerous.

Islam's doctrine of jihad, expansion and dawah (Islamic outreach, proselytizing) rely heavily on the use of both terror and luring. Targhib wal tarhib is an Islamic doctrine that means "seducing (luring) and terrorizing" as a tool for dawah, to conquer nations and force citizens to submit to Islamic law, sharia. It

What really powers the media’s fake news scandal machine

Fake news is profitable.

The New York Times hit piece on the Comey memo earned the paper its most concurrent readers per second. Pretty good for a piece about a piece of paper that the leftist paper had never even seen and which was, supposedly, described to it by one of Comey’s associates. But that didn’t stop it from racking up over 6 million views.

Media fake news isn’t just an agenda. It’s enormously profitable. Hit pieces powered

What caused the UN Secretary General and Norway to call out depraved Palestinian behavior?

It has become routine for Palestinians to name public places, including streets, schools, parks and public squares after hard core terrorists convicted of the most heinous offenses. Over the years, Israel has vigorously protested these outrages to the European Union, the United Nations, and the United States. The latter, particularly under the Obama administration, offered faux sympathy and little else

The Arabs smiled and fawned over him, but they were not pleased with Trump

Much has been written about President Donald Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia, the Palestinian Authority and Israel, but all of it from the points of view of Israeli and American pundits. This article, in contrast, will center on the Arab - and particularly, the Palestinian Arab - views on his visit.

Two main points in Trump's words upset a large number of Arab spokespeople. The first was said on his Riyadh stop, to tens