Another look at Egypt Air crash

by Joseph Farah -- Nearly two years before the Sept. 11 terror attacks, Egypt Air Flight 990 took off from Kennedy Airport bound for Cairo and inexplicably crashed into the Atlantic off more…

A song for the season

by Joseph Farah -- On Sept. 11, native New Yorker Nick Vallelonga felt as helpless as most Americans as he watched the World Trade Center towers crumble and burn. In the weeks more…

Good tidings of great joy

by Joseph Farah -- "Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city more…

Islamist terror still
promoted on Web

by Joseph Farah -- As fast as one Islamicist terror-promoting website is shut down, another springs up – with a new host, new sponsorship and new servers. Take the case of Azzam more…

MTV goes to war

by Joseph Farah -- Washington is attempting to open a new front in its war on terrorism – a propaganda front aided by Hollywood. Government leaders and entertainment executives have been brainstorming more…

My new Muslim hero

by Joseph Farah -- Yasser Arafat has more blood on his hands – this time Muslim blood. About six weeks ago, one of Arafat's chief critics, Zohair Hamdan, the muktar of the more…

Cutting AOL down to size

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: Since this column was first published a month ago, AOL has fully cooperated with WorldNetDaily to resolve the major issues cited by Editor and CEO Joseph more…

The Bible and self-defense

by Joseph Farah -- After my plea to Americans last week to buy firearms as a first step to fighting terrorism, a number of Christians wrote challenging my prescription as unbiblical, unscriptural more…

The first lady is wrong

by Joseph Farah -- I got a lot of heat for criticizing the last first lady. But I don't regret it. After all, Hillary Rodham Clinton parlayed her unelected position and her more…

The real meaning of Thanksgiving

by Joseph Farah -- There are many myths and misconceptions surrounding the people responsible for the American Thanksgiving tradition. Contrary to popular opinion, the Pilgrims didn't wear buckles on their shoes or more…