Raheem Kassam

Raheem Kassam

Raheem Kassam is a London-based writer and managing editor of BreitbartLondon.com. Kassam is the Larry and Brian Grodman Writing Fellow for the Middle East Forum, and an Associate Fellow at the Henry Jackson Society.

Twitter: @RaheemJKassam

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The 9 Best Responses to David Ward MP's Terrorist Tweet

British Member of Parliament David Ward has said that if he lived in Gaza, he would "probably" join those firing rockets into Israel i.e. Hamas terrorists. Ward has form in shilling for Hamas and in involving himself in anti-Israel and anti-Semitic tropes. Below are some of the best Twitter responses to Ward's "Ich bin ein Palestinian" tweet, and his Hamas terror endorsement: Jul 22, 2014 7:00 PM PT

Over 700 Syrians Were Killed Last Week. But Jews Didn't Do it, So the Media Doesn't Care

From reading the international and national news you would probably never have known that last Thursday and Friday alone, over 700 people were killed in Syria at the hands of jihadists and pro-Assad forces. Muslim on Muslim, Arab on Arab, human on human, whatever you like to think of it as - Western media is doing an awful job of reporting these abhorrent incidences - and I think I know why. Jul 21, 2014 1:23 AM PT

Reboot Tech Conference: GOP Doesn't Have to Communicate 'Old Things in Old Ways to Old People'

This weekend sees the 'conservatarian' 'Reboot' conference taking place at the W Hotel in San Francisco, California. The proceedings kicked off with a speech by the House Republican Conference Chairman Rep Cathy McMorris Rodgers, who delivered a somewhat platitudinous though well received speech on creating what she called an "open source government" free from bureaucracy and pork barrel spending, which connects with people's lives on a closer level. Jul 19, 2014 1:02 PM PT

William Hague to Step Down as UK Foreign Secretary

Britain's Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs will step down and make way for new blood in David Cameron's last Cabinet reshuffle before the General Election next year Jul 14, 2014 2:45 PM PT

Nine Years On from 7/7 and We're Still in Thrall to Radical Islam

There are so many reasons cited for UKIP's successes at the European Elections last night – none greater to my mind than that the British political establishment has continued with its "business as usual" attitude in the face of almost every major scandal or crisis since Profumo Jul 7, 2014 7:01 AM PT

The Stupidity of Taking Offence On Behalf of Someone Else - A Case Study

Some people are just bloody idiots and you can't do a thing about, can you? It's true. And I say it out of love for them really, because they account for a significant part of why I get out of bed everyday - or at least why I pick up my laptop off the floor and stay in bed everyday, writing Jul 6, 2014 9:27 AM PT

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