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by: Dr. Robert D. Crane 2009-12-2
Tom Friedman is quite right in his New York Times op-ed piece of November 29th where he exclaims to Muslims: “Whenever something like Fort Hood happens you say, ‘This is not Islam.’ I believe that. But you keep telling us what Islam isn’t...

by: Dr. Robert D. Crane 2008-11-5
The recent implosion of the Western financial system and its adverse impact on the real economy may have a silver lining if it produces a paradigmatic change in attitudes toward the possibility of avoiding the injustices and inefficiencies of both populist socialism and oligarchical capitalism. An immediate challenge is to explain in simple and politically sensitive ways the theory and workings of a just third way designed to overcome the mistakes of the past. Reliance on greater tra..

by: Dr. Robert D. Crane 2008-7-4
The best advice for Barak Obama to “fight the smears” was published in the July 3, 2008, issue of the Wall Street Journal by Junaid M. Afeef under the title, “Obama Should Embrace His Muslim Heritage.” ..

by: Dr. Robert D. Crane 2008-4-23
The most brilliant Paleo-Conservative yet to emerge among Muslims in America has just published a path-breaking book. This intellectual breakthrough by Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na`im is entitled Islam and the Secular State: Negotiating the Future of Shari`a...

by: Dr. Robert D. Crane 2008-4-19
The "Yeshiva Massacre" of March 6, 2008, in Jerusalem perpetrated by a Palestinian terrorist and the immediate praise of this operation by the official Hamas spokesman, Sami Abu Zuhri, as well as widespread street celebrations in Gaza and loudspeaker congratulations from mosques, prompted Prime Minister Ehud Olmert to characterize this highly symbolic massacre as a "defining event." No-one, however, has offered a public explanation of what it defines...

by: Dr. Robert D. Crane 2008-4-18
The April 17, 2008, issue of the “New York Review of Books” contains a review by William H. McNeill of Ben Kiernan’s new book, Blood and Soil, Yale University Press, 2007, which may help to explain the 21st century’s ideological obsession with saving the world from chaos by creating a new international law justifying universal, unilateral, creative destruction...

by: Dr. Robert D. Crane 2008-4-1
Tony Cordesman’s op-ed position paper of March 30 in the Sunday New York Times from the Center for Strategic and International Studies, entitled "A Civil War Iraq Can’t Win" shows that acute failure may have a bright side if it triggers a paradigmatic shift from utopian ideologies to the recognition of pragmatic realities...

by: Dr. Robert D. Crane 2008-1-28
Justice is central to both classical American and classical Islamic thought. Unfortunately, Americans nowadays ignore justice altogether, even though they often use terms that amount to the same thing...

by: Dr. Robert D. Crane 2008-1-25
The challenge posed by Geert Wilders’ ten-minute film attacking the Prophet Muhammad, salla Allahu ‘alayhi wa salam, is political. He is a member of the Dutch parliament and a leader of a far right party that is trying to gain votes by exploiting the growing alienation and hostility between the minority of Muslims in Europe and the majority population...