More Muslim governments cooperate with the West than threaten itAnalysis: Daniel Pipes and his opponents Aug 08, 2003
Rather than argue with me about the validity of my arguments, they instigate attacks on me and try to discredit meThink tank in the spotlight after flare-up Apr 22, 2003
I told Zogby I knew very little about Pipes and only had his word for it that Pipes had a habit of engaging in ad hominem attacks on the subject of Islam. I also told Zogby that it might be too late to get his name off the printed scheduleUPI's Capital Comment for February 6, 2003 Feb 06, 2003
I think the prevention of militant Islam -- preventing militant Islam from reaching the United States -- is a very great priority in immigration policyAnalysts say scrutinize Muslim immigration Aug 20, 2002
Militant Islam is a threat, is a challenge to the United StatesAnalysts say scrutinize Muslim immigration Aug 20, 2002
Daniel Pipes (born September 9, 1949) is an American academic, author, writer, and political commentator who focuses on the Middle East and Islam.
Pipes has taught at Harvard, University of Chicago, and Pepperdine University, served as a member of the board of the U.S. Institute of Peace, and is the founder and director of the Middle East Forum, a think tank, as well as the founder of Campus Watch, an organization which critiques those who it characterises as sources of "poor scholarship" concerning the Middle East.
Pipes has written or co-written 18 books. He has had his work published by many newspapers across North America, including the Washington Post, New York Times, and Wall Street Journal. Pipes is frequently invited to discuss the Middle East on American network television, as well as by universities and think tanks, has appeared on the BBC and Al Jazeera, and has lectured in 25 countries. He has served as an advisor to Rudolph Giuliani's 2008 presidential campaign.