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— Deroy Murdock is a Manhattan-based Fox News contributor and a contributing editor of National Review Online . William de Wolff supplied research for this opinion piece.
— Dion J. Pierre is a 2016 graduate of Hofstra University. He’s currently a research associate at the National Association of Scholars where he leads a study exploring racial self-segregation in higher education.
Matthew Gray has noted that conspiracy theories are a prevalent feature of Arab culture and politics.  Variants include conspiracies involving colonialism, Zionism , superpowers, oil, and the war on terrorism , which may be referred to as a War against Islam .  For example, The Protocols of the Elders of Zion , an infamous hoax document purporting to be a Jewish plan for world domination, is commonly read and promoted in the Muslim world.    Roger Cohen has suggested that the popularity of conspiracy theories in the Arab world is "the ultimate refuge of the powerless".  Al-Mumin Said has noted the danger of such theories, for they "keep us not only from the truth but also from confronting our faults and problems".