Hugh Fitzgerald

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What Do French Textbooks Teach About Islam? (November 2016)

Should Germans be Forced to Study Arabic? (September 2016)

The Berbers and Islam as a Vehicle for Arab Supremacism (August 2016)

“That’s Who We Are” (July 2016)

The Ethnic Turks of Germany, Or “We Didn’t Expect That” (July 2016)

CAIR: “Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me” (June 2016)

Convenience Conversions and an Inconvenient Truth (June 2016)

Homo Kaplanensis: “Europe Was Defined By Islam. And Islam Is Redefining It Now.” (May 2016)

Christopher Dickey and “Anti-Muslim Hysteria” (April 2016)

Apologists for Islam and History (April 2016)

What Max Boot Cannot Comprehend (October 2012)

What To Do In The Southern Sudan (December 2010)

General Odierno and What We Learned in Iraq (October 2010)

David Cameron, Flogging His Wares (August 2010)

ISLAM: What Is To Be Done? (July 2010)

The Case of Martin Indyk (May 2010)

In Iraq, Is What’s To Come Still Unsure? (April 2010)

Some Recent Issues Of The TLS (March 2010)

In The Dark — And Whistling (February 2010)

Save Iran – Bomb Iran (January 2010)

Twenty-Five (Out Of One Hundred) Things We All Should  Know About Islam (December 2009)

On Dogs and Statues in Islam (Latin translation) (November 2009)

Turkey, Secularism and the Need for Eternal Vigilance (October 2009)

Robert Gates, Pakistan & The Pressler Amendment (Sept. 2009)

Islam in Africa (August 2009)

As? Habl? Obama (July 2009)

Strategies of Denial (July 2009)

Also Sprach Obama (May 2009)

If General Petraeus Had Read “War And Peace” (April 2009)

Fast Jihadists and Slow Jihadists (Jan. 2009)

Book Talk (Dec. 2008)

The Guests At The Garden Party (Nov. 2008)

Israel’s Anguish (Oct. 2008)

Societies Suffused With Islam Seek Their Own Level (Sept. 2008)

By Their Words Ye Shall Know Them (Aug. 2008)

What Will Become Of Iraq’s Christians? (July 2008)

The Golem Heights Of Olmert’s Presumption (June 2008)

Decisions. Decisions. (May 2008)

Peace As A Strategic Option (April 2008)

What Is To Be Done? (March 2008)

The Arabs, The Berbers & Africa (Feb. 2008)

That Unpleasant Affair On Camus Street (Jan. 2008)

Identities Constructed Here (Dec. 2007)

Syllabus: Islam and Global Forces (Nov. 2007)

How They Sang The War (Nov. 2007)

Redefining Victory (Nov. 2007)

“lslamophobia” (Oct. 2007)

A Few More Questions For General Petraeus (Oct. 2007)

Elmo Tanner For President (Sept. 2007)

Jihad, Not Hirabah (Sept. 2007)


The Game of Doubles (Aug.2007)

See Dick Nod, Nouri, or, Colour Me Kubrick (Aug. 2007)

Due Diligence (Aug. 2007)

Due Diligence (Dutch) (Aug. 2007)

Understanding The Resurgence Of Islam (July 2007)

The Lamentable Tragedy of Iraq (June 2007)

Stop the Jizyah (May 2007)

Karen Armstrong: The Coherence of Her Incoherence (May 2007)

Paul Wolfowitz: After Such Ignorance, What Forgiveness? (May 2007)

Thomas Jefferson, John Adams a John Quincy Adams o isl?mu (in Czech) (April 2007)

Ten Things to Think When Thinking of Muslim “Moderates” (April 2007)

The Unfortunate Influence of Bernard Lewis (April 2007)


Never Have So Few Done So Much Damage To So Many (April 2007)

Zehn Dinge, die beim Denken ?ber moderate Muslime zu bedenken sind (April 2007)

Cahiers du Cinema: The Arabian Falcon (March 2007)



A Prefatory Note (Dec. 2006)

Baghdad: the sequel (Nov. 2006)

Grand Duke (Oct. 2006)

Islam for Infidels (in Russian) (Oct. 2006)

Douce France (in German) (Oct. 2006)

One Hundred Things that Fuel Muslim Extremism (Oct. 2006)

Douce France (Sept 2006 reprinted from an earlier JW Posting)

L’enl?vement de la France, ou, l’envelope de la Brasserie Lipp (Sept. 2006)

What Did The Bush Administration Not Know (about Sunnis and Shi’a) and When Did It Not Know It (Aug. 2006)

Going Dutch (July 2006)

Islamintern Propaganda: The Players (June 2006)

The Problem of Iran”>The Problem of Iran (May 2006)

Likely Iraq Scenario: What Could Be Better?”>Likely Iraq Scenario: What Could Be Better? (April 2006)


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