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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Op-Ed

The recent terrorist attacks in Britain have exposed once again the enormous divide between millions of ordinary people who “get it” and the elite class of politicians, media and so-called progressives who do not.

In the last three months, there have been three sets of Islamist attacks in London and Manchester.

Five additional such plots have been thwarted over that period. The security service is trying to monitor 3,500 homegrown Muslim terrorist suspects. It says it cannot be sure of preventing more such attacks. It is clear that it is overwhelmed by this problem.

Yet even now people are minimizing, misunderstanding and misdiagnosing the threat – and attacking those who are calling it out.

President Trump drew fire (yet again) when

All over the world anti-Semites are becoming mainstreamed. It is no longer disqualifying to be outed as a Jew hater. This is especially so if the anti-Semite uses the cover of rabid hatred for the nation-state of the Jewish people. These bigots succeed in becoming accepted — even praised — not because of their anti-Semitism, but despite it. Increasingly, they are given a pass on their Jew-hatred because those who support them admire or share other aspects of what they represent. This implicit

President Donald Trump reportedly landed in Saudi Arabia several weeks ago with dreams of forming an "Arab NATO" to fight the Sunni Islamist terrorists in the Islamic State (IS) and al-Qaeda (AQ) as well as Shi'ite Islamist Iran.

In an historic speech at the first Arab Islamic American Summit in Riyadh on May 21, he rightly named the main enemy as Islamist ideology, and boldly rallied the heads of the Arab and Muslim worlds to unite to take up the fight themselves.

Though his "Arab NATO" idea

Qatar’s role in undermining the stability of the Islamic world has been second only to Iran’s

President Donald Trump has been attacked by his ubiquitous critics for his apparent about-face on the crisis surrounding Qatar.

In a Twitter post on Tuesday, Trump sided firmly with Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and the other Sunni states that cut diplomatic ties with Qatar and instituted an air and land blockade of the sheikhdom on Monday.

On Wednesday, Trump said that he hopes to

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