Auster contra Pipes, a selection
reference, here is a selection of my articles on Daniel Pipes and Islam. The articles are listed in reverse chronological order.
Newly “optimistic” Pipes sees “transformed” Muslim world that is no longer extreme and is capable of democracy [March 2011.]
The D.A. in the Muslim beheading case sees “domestic violence,” but eagle-eyed Pipes sees things as they really are [February 2009.]
Pipes’s absurd speech in London
Daniel Pipes—the problem and the solution
Fearing the imposition of an Islamic order, Pipes calls for the return of Islamic greatness
Now Pipes worries about Islam’s spreading power, and says we can’t stop it
Muslims “lagging behind,” says Pipes. That’s a problem?
Pipes’s lost opportunity as a serious Iraq critic
Ok, Islam is the enemy. Therefore, what?
Daniel Pipes’s mental fun house
Steyn’s nightmare agenda endorsed by Pipes
Was I being unfair to Pipes?
Pipes goes where he has not gone before
Pipes: “Do I contradict myself? Very well, I contradict myself.”
The unrealism of “realism”
Lies and illusions breaking down before our eyes
Fallaci, Pipes, and the nature of Islam
Pipes, the nominalist, decides words have fixed meanings after all
Pipes on the Third-World invasion threatening the West
What makes a Muslim moderate? That he conceals the truth about Islam
Pipes re-affirms false distinction between radical and moderate Islam
Reply to Pipes posted
Pipes still spreading myth of moderate Islam
My question to Daniel Pipes: Therefore, what?
Pipes-Auster exchange continues
Pipes-Auster dialog on Moslems continues
How to reduce the Muslim presence in the West
Calling Daniel Pipes
My reply to Pipes
Comments on my debate with Pipes
Dissecting the lie that Christianity was more oppressive than Islam
Daniel Pipes, nominalist
“The Search for Moderate Islam” published at FrontPage
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