• December 7, 2021

We May Have Left Afghanistan, Mr. President, But We Are

by Pete Hoekstra Investigative Project on Terrorism September 23, 2021 This article originally was published by the Gatestone Institute. I never liked that term, “war on terror.” Terrorism is a tactic; it is not the enemy we fought every day. The term has done more to confuse us than enlighten us. [O]ne can see why the phrase […]Read More

Rage: Narcissism, Patriarchy, and the Culture of Terrorism

Investigative Project on Terrorism by Abigail R. Esman Reviewed by Keri Douglas 03- 15- 2021 What goes on behind closed doors is no one’s business. Until it is. Rage: Narcissism, Patriarchy, and the Culture of Terrorism by Abigail R. Esman is gripping, fast paced, deeply personal, and thoroughly shreds social decorum. Esman, a contributor to […]Read More

Assassinations Continue Investigative Project on Terrorism

by Hany Ghoraba Special to Investigative Project on Terrorism March 1, 2021 Lebanon is a country marred by a myriad of calamities, from terrorism and assassinations, to massive nuclear-like explosions that devastated Beirut in August. Political assassinations have shaken the country’s political spectrum since 2004. Many of these assassinations target critics of Hizballah, its Iranian […]Read More

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