The cover of the rag is in Arabic, too.
The fact that he used the word "toward", rather than the word "against" is telling.
Clearly, they are run by surrender monkeys.
God, they are trying to lose what readers they have left, aren’t they?
A more sophisticated strategy === tactical mini-nukes.
The attitude is, they're going to do it (Fill in this word) so we may as well (Educate/Negotiate/Accept/Support/Change our own behaviors and beliefs) with them or towards them.
Hard to build any Society or Culture on such quicksand.
Purge or be Purged
How to live with it: Convert or die like it was when it first started.
Newsweek Plans Makeover to Fit a Smaller Audience
Can we get this partisan trash out of our school libraries and public libraries? Why do taxpayers by thousands of copies for public institutions every week?
So Obama is on the cover again. What a shock!
Fareed Zakaria was named editor of Newsweek International in October 2000, overseeing all Newsweek’s editions abroad. The magazine reaches an audience of 24 million worldwide. He writes a regular column for Newsweek, which also appears in Newsweek International and fortnightly in the Washington Post. He also hosts an international affairs program, Fareed Zakaria GPS, which airs Sundays worldwide on CNN.
Zakaria was the managing editor of Foreign Affairs, the widely-circulated journal of international politics and economics. He is the author of several books, including The Future of Freedom, which was a New York Times bestseller and has been translated into 20 languages. His new book, The Post American World, was published in May 2008 and became an instant best-seller.
Zakaria has won several awards for his columns and cover-essays, in particular for his October 2001 Newsweek cover story, “Why They Hate Us.” In 1999, he was named “one of the 21 most important people of the 21st Century” by Esquire magazine. In 2007, he was named one of the 100 leading public intellectuals in the world by Foreign Policy and Prospect magazines. He has received honorary degrees from many universities. He serves on the board of Yale University, The Council on Foreign Relations, The Trilateral Commission, and Shakespeare and Company.
He received a B.A. from Yale and a Ph.D. in political science from Harvard. He lives in New York City with his wife, son and two daughters.
Updated March 2008
Newsweak doesn't even want to live with passive Christianity (if people publicly ID themselves as Christians in celebration).
Once upon a time, a long time ago, Newsweek was my favorite of the weekly news magazines. Now I wouldn’t use it for TP
We need to declare Islam a terrorist group and give true believers 3-days to leave the country.
Bet Newsweak, oops- Newspeak, oops - Newsweek has an editorial in support of Obama’s sending $900,000,000 to the flagship terrorist group in Gaza — Hamas!
Nothing like knowing how he intends to double our foreign aid committment.