But to do this would upset the Muslim world, further exacerbate the peace process, and potentially foment a new wave of terror attacks against Israel. Is the risk worth the reward?
In response to my article "The Liberals' Misguided Love Affair With Islam," radio host and columnist Dean Obeidallah tweeted, "Hey @DrMichaelLBrown U win award award [sic] for dumbest article of the day - be proud. #moron."
Why do so many liberals praise a religion that, at its root, is quite conservative, if not fundamentalist? Why do they defend a faith that would not defend them? Worse still, why do they defend a faith that, in some cases, would do violence to them?
Is Ann Coulter about to dump Trump? Is the outspoken author of In Trump We Trust about to take a giant step in the opposite direction?
I'm going to make a bold prediction. Mother's Day and Father's Day will outlive the social engineers who want to reconstruct or deconstruct or remove or redefine these special days. That's because moms and dads are here to stay, no matter what society says.
Most of us are familiar with the story of the 21 Coptic Christians from Egypt who held fast to their faith and were beheaded by ISIS in 2015. But did you know that one of the martyrs was from Chad, and he had not been a Christian prior to the day of his beheading?
You know we're in trouble when a secular rapper urges pastors to get back to preaching that the Lord is a jealous God of "discipline and obedience."
Miley, I'm writing this letter to you on the slight chance you'll read it. When you say you're gender-neutral, is it to make a headline or to identify with people you love? Or are you deeply confused about your gender identity?
Wednesday, President Trump met with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, after which the two of them delivered scripted remarks in English and Arabic, respectively. What Abbas said reveals just how deep the gulf remains between the Israelis and the Palestinians.
She was being interviewed on an X-rated TV show, when she explained that she had an "evangelical faith" and was a "good person at heart."
It's one thing when a humanist attacks the Bible. That's expected. It's another thing when a humanist attacks a Christian denomination for using the Bible as a moral guide.
A teenager in Australia pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting 9 women and girls but was not sentenced to prison. Instead, he was put on two-years' probation. Why?
So, Donald Trump delivers a speech in honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day, and the anti-Semites are up in arms. He is not the man they thought he was.
The musical presentation promoted by Bill Nye on his "Bill Nye Saves the World" show was perverse in every way.
I'm not defending or accusing Bill O'Reilly, and I don't know if his antagonists are telling the truth. I'm simply asking a question: If a woman wears a low cut top to work and a male colleague (or employer) looks at her cleavage, is that sexual harassment?
Should French Jews fear the potential election of Marine Le Pen?
As far as I can tell, the comment received virtually no response from the media, nor was it deemed worthy of a response. After all, what's the big deal about a political candidate casually mentioning that he's living with his longtime girlfriend?
Hardly a day goes by where we don't hear about "trans" — as in transgender. Whether it's a trans child or a trans celebrity or a trans lawsuit, trans is ever before us.
I did not intend to write about this story, but when I saw a picture of the teenager in question, I had to.
Forty-five Egyptian Christians are slaughtered by ISIS while attending church services on Palm Sunday and scores of others are wounded, and there is barely a national yawn. How can this be?
It is not surprising that two rabbis have argued that Christians should not participate in the Seder, the traditional Jewish Passover meal, although it is mildly surprising is that the rabbis expressed their opinion on the pages of Christianity Today.
Do we really know what's going on in Syria? And even if we did, should we try to remove Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad?
The news of the crash was horrifying enough. Thirteen Christian seniors, most in their 80's, were returning from a three-day retreat when their church bus crashed into a pickup truck. The bus driver, along with 12 of the passengers, died in the crash. The pickup truck driver survived.
The left's bizarre and almost hysterical reaction to Vice President Pence's personal marital guidelines is not only totally off point. It actually misses the most essential point of all ...
As we approach the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, focus will return to the leader of that movement, Martin Luther. What kind of man was he, really? More specifically, what kind of Christian was he?