Abigail R. Esman

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European Reports Show NSA's Successes

Few events in recent years have sparked the kind of global outrage that accompanied Edward Snowden's revelations, through documents stolen from the National Security Agency, that the organization had been spying on millions of private citizens around the world. Political leaders immediately demanded explanations. Jun 24, 2014 10:32 AM PT

Palestinian TV Teaches Kids The Way to 'Jihad Street'

Every day, hundreds of millions of children in more than 120 countries settle in to watch their local versions of "Sesame Street" or similar shows inspired by the Muppet model. They learn to read, to write, to count. They learn about things like "sharing," and "friendship," and how to be kind to others. They learn what it is to love. May 20, 2014 2:25 PM PT

CAIR's Hypocrisy at America's Schools

Abigail Esman, in a special column for The Investigative Project on Terrorism, writes on the Council for American-Islamic Relations's (CAIR) special efforts to beautify the Muslim religion in American schools and to discredit all those with opposing views. Apr 30, 2014 3:03 PM PT

When Democracy and Multi-Culturalism Collide

Imagine: You receive an e-mail from the friend of a friend, asking if he might stay with you for a week or so while visiting your town on business. "Of course," you say, but caution him that your home can be a bit hectic: you have two children and two dogs. Your friend's friend says he understands, and is grateful for your hospitality. Mar 13, 2014 12:44 PM PT

Children Victimized by All Sides in Syrian Conflict

His hands are barely large enough to reach the trigger, but the five-year-old boy pulls hard on his AK-47 as his father stands beside him cheering. Elsewhere, a boy of four raises a machete, then strikes, beheading an unarmed prisoner. Mar 4, 2014 7:14 PM PT

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