Daniel Pipes fights the worldwide threat of Islamism — from Malibu

“Pipes calls himself a ‘soldier’ in the war against Islamic fundamentalism…. He soon plans to unveil Islamist Watch, a Web site which he describes as an attempt to monitor nonviolent radical Islam in the West…. Like his father, Daniel Pipes has a reputation for bluntness and a willingness to go against conventional wisdom – both in the academy and elsewhere. Whereas Richard Pipes sounded the alarm against appeasing the Soviets, Daniel Pipes preaches against working with radical Muslims, no matter how law-abiding, scholarly or open-minded they might appear. Instead, ‘like David Duke and Louis Farrakhan’, Pipes said, ‘Islamists should be ostracized socially and politically’.”

Jewish Journal, 6 March 2007