Islam on Townhall

Michael Youssef - Sun May 26

Michael Brown - Sun May 26

Cal Thomas - Fri May 24

Mark Davis - Fri May 24

Michael Youssef - Sun May 19

John Hawkins - Sat Apr 27

Before 9/11, most Americans looked at Islam as no different than any of the world's other great religions. But since that terrible day, Americans have read countless stories about crazed riots over damaged Qurans, terrorists who've murdered people in the name of Allah and violent threats over Muhammad cartoons. Quite understandably, this has caused people to become considerably more wary of Islam. ... more

Pat Buchanan - Fri Apr 26

"I do not know the method of drawing up an indictment against a whole people," said Edmund Burke of the rebellious Americans. The same holds true of Islam. ... more

David Stokes - Tue Apr 23

The obviously sarcastic title of this column comes from the days of World War II. Noel Coward, then a famous playwright and popular British entertainer, wrote a song in 1943 titled, “Don’t Let’s Be Beastly to the Germans.” ... more

Michael Youssef - Sun Apr 21

Having just returned from a three-country Middle Eastern speaking tour, I cannot help but reflect on how much more complex the situation in the Middle East has become. ... more

America - Sun Apr 21

Maher: "there's only one faith, for example, that kills you or wants to kill you if you draw a bad cartoon of the prophet. There’s only one faith that kills you or wants to kill you if you renounce the faith. An ex-Muslim is a very dangerous thing. Talk to Salman Rushdie after the show about Christian versus Islam. So, you know, I’m just saying, let's keep it real." ... more

Debra J. Saunders - Thu Mar 14

Pamela Geller, most famous for fighting what she called the "ground zero mosque" in New York, bought ads on the sides of 10 San Francisco buses that feature hateful quotes from Osama bin Laden, accused Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan and failed Times Square bomber Faisal Shahzad -- under the headline "My Jihad." ... more

Steve Chapman - Thu Mar 7

Lars Hedegaard is a Danish journalist who has made his name denouncing Islam, which he describes as "a totalitarian system of thought" whose adherents "rape their own children." Last month, someone showed up at his door with a gun and fired a shot that missed him. ... more

Dennis Prager - Tue Mar 5

An Interview with Denmark's Salman Rushdie. ... more

Todd Starnes - Tue Feb 26

Imagine browsing Facebook one day and discovered a photograph of your 14-year-old daughter wearing a burqa – at school. ... more

Todd Starnes - Wed Feb 20

Does NBC hate Christians? ... more

Diana West - Thu Feb 7

I may be the only American who has seen both the "panic room" where Danish cartoonist Kurt Westergaard fled in 2010 as a Somali Muslim man hacked at the door with an ax, and the apartment house where this week Danish journalist Lars Hedegaard, 70, was almost killed by an "Arab" - or "Pakistani" -looking man posing as a postman. ... more

Cliff May - Thu Jan 3

Robert D. Kaplan has long been among America’s most insightful analysts of global trends. I’d rather argue with him than agree with most others. Right now, I’m going to do a bit of both. ... more

Frank Gaffney - Wed Jan 2

Did you have a Merry Christmas? If so, chances are you are not a Christian in the Middle East or many other parts of the world. ... more

Rachel Alexander - Thu Dec 27

The Obama administration is following the direction of the United Nations and suppressing any mention of radical Islam's association with terrorism. Even the word “terrorism” is being censored because it has become associated with Islam. Remember President George W. Bush's “War on Terror?” The phrase has disappeared, even though terrorist attacks are increasing. Obama has stopped using the phrase. ... more