Terrorism

NYT Still in Denial Over Fort Dix Six and "What Role Religion Played"

The Times is still in denial about the Fort Dix terrorist plotters: "The authorities have called the men Islamic extremists, but have not detailed exactly what role religion played in the plans ...

"Unclear What Role, If Any, Religion Played" in Fort Dix Six Terror Plot?

In the face of clear evidence, reporter Alan Feuer claimed "It is unclear what role, if any, religion played in the attack Mr. Shnewer and the five other men are charged with planning."

California Muslims "Haunted" by Terror Case

Neil MacFarquhar on a Muslim community in Lodi that was home to a man convicted of providing material support for terrorism: "The tide of fear rolled in and has never quite receded..." Fear of the ...

"The Latest Indignity" for Iraqis...a Wall to Protect Them

They were happier under Saddam? "But the Adhamiya wall...has fast become a metaphor for the cumulative resentment that Iraqis feel about the violence and disruption of daily life that have brought ...

The Times Embraces One N-Word: "Nationalists"

Don't blame radical Muslims for the execution-style killings of three Christians in Turkey: "Turkish authorities detained five men for questioning, three 19-year-olds and two 20-year-olds; the ...

Pulitzer Prize Winning Reporter & Editor Proud to Take Down "Wall of Hatred" Against U.S. Muslims

Andrea Elliott and her editor hope their Pulitzer Prize winning series on a Muslim imam in Brooklyn "helped open...doors" and remove bricks from the "wall of hatred" erected against Muslims in ...

Times Details Allegations Against Imams - on the Op-ed Page, Anyway

Op-ed contributor James Zumwalt does what the Times hadn't, laying out complaints made by fellow airline passengers of suspicious behavior by six Muslim leaders.

Soft Treatment for Australia's Al Qaeda Detainee

Was Australian David Hicks, who pled guilty to providing material support to a terorrist organization, just "another Westerner in search of meaning"?

Terrorists Hamas vs. "the Pro-Israel Lobby" in the U.S. House

Helene Cooper uses some loaded language.
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