Category Archives: Phyllis Chesler
First, an article from the Middle East Forum: Worldwide Trends in Honor Killings by Phyllis Chesler Middle East Quarterly Spring 2010, pp. 3-11 To combat the epidemic of honor killings requires understanding what makes these murders unique. They differ from … Continue reading
If you haven’t read it, read her very important essay, ‘How Afghanistan shaped my feminism’
Remember the NYT? The newspaper that would appear to be complicit in the holomodor, the systematic genocide against millions of Ukrainians? Well they appear to have learned nothing from their backing of Walter Durante. Here it is again: PJ Media … Continue reading
This article by Phyllis Chesler on yesterdays Shafia murder trial verdict I believe deserves more weight than most opinion on the matter as Ms. Chesler has very rare experience in terms of Afghan Islamic culture as evidenced by this 2006 … Continue reading
The video below really is worth your time. Especially if you do not realize how bad it is on university campus now. The video below is a 30 minute version of the whole thing which can be seen here. Phyllis … Continue reading
This is an audio interview Ms. Chesler did with Israel National News. Please click here to go to her page and hear the interview.
The other day, a pediatric nurse in New York City refused to dance with Mbarek Lafrem, a Moroccan man, in a New York City bar. What did Lafrem do? He followed her into the women’s bathroom where he attempted to … Continue reading
From Phyllis Chesler courtesy Pajamas Media. Who, really, is behind the epidemic of global terrorism against civilians? Whom should airport security personnel view carefully—respectfully—but very, very carefully? A friend just sent me the following “laugh until you cry” quiz. One … Continue reading
Warning, this video is harsh. Based on this excellent Phyllis Chesler article. Please click on over and read.
US universities need to be redefined. This is a fairly urgent matter. it is one thing for the universities to become fundamentally different things than they have traditionally been, but it is quite another to allow them to be thought … Continue reading
The New York Times does not tell us whether Tareq Mehanna, the 27-year-old Massachusetts pharmacist who was just arrested on federal terrorism charges, is or even might be a Muslim. In their pages, telling this particular truth is still verboten, … Continue reading