Yassin Salhi, the suspect in a beheading at a factory owned by an American company near Lyon, France, had been known to authorities for his connections to the Salafist networks in the area since 2006.Read More →
When asked what the next president should do in order to repair our damaged relationship with Israel, Governor John Kasich replied without hesitation that Israel is our “deep friend,” one in which we have had an “enduring” relationship with.
Kasich, who attended Prime Minister Netanyahu’s address to Congress in March, is a “very strong, emotional, supporter of Israel.”Read More →
By Richelle Manansala
Last night we also went to the ninth annual Rays of Light in the Darkness dinner hosted by the Endowment for Middle East Truth at the Grand Hyatt Washington. For 10 years, EMET has kept policymakers and the public informed about Middle East policies, Israel and Islamic terrorism.Read More →
Heard Last Night: The 9th Annual Rays of Light in the Darkness dinner for EMET at the Grand Hyatt in D.C. Guests included Sarah Stern, Shmuley Boteach, Jim Woolsey, Mark Levin, Frank Gaffney, Louie Gohmert, Irwin Cotler, Nick Muzin, Tevi Troy, Cal Thomas, Nat Lewin, Noah Silverman, Morris Amitay, Richard Heidemann. The honoree for the evening was Kasim Hafeez, a pro-Israel Muslim, who noted that “[without Israel] would I have met my partner? No, because she’s Israeli and 10 years ago, I wanted to kill her.”Read More →
By Steven Isaacson
On Wednesday, Brandeis Center President Kenneth L. Marcus and Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET) President Sarah Stern educated congressional staff and others on the history, current status, and problems of Title VI of the Higher Education Opportunities Act. This year, the failed government program, which funds many controversial Middle East Studies outreach programs, is up for its tenth reauthorization.Read More →