Douglas Murray

Douglas Murray

About the Columnist

Douglas Murray is a Senior Fellow at National Review Institute

The Archive

Anti-Israel protesters aren't really scared of COVID — they're hiding shame of their prejudice

Remember when we were all told to “Mask up”? Well perhaps it’s time for us to change that rule. How about: “Mask off.”

Biden betrays Israel for the feeling of a few clueless college students

By withholding arms shipments to Israel President Biden made it clear that he does not want Israel to achieve its military objectives in the final battle of Rafah.

I witnessed Israel choosing life as it fights against a 'death cult'

I’ve never seen as much of the best and the worst of humankind as I have in the past six months in Israel and Gaza.

College idiots calling for 'Intifada' have no idea how many innocents have died from that word

So although youth and ignorance aren’t any real excuse, perhaps I can educate these students about what they are actually calling for.

International Criminal Court's vicious smear tactics against America's allies

A British prosecutor at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague called Karim Khan is going to try to bring a war-crimes case against an American ally.

Fentanyl-laced drugs aren’t ‘someone else’s problem’ — they’re a scourge on America that’s killing our kids and tearing families apart

While some addicts are able to cope with small doses of fentanyl, even the tiniest amount — a speck on a single coin — is enough to kill anyone unused...

City of Brotherly Love needs tough love — not 'safe' drug use — to free it from scourge of tranq

New York Post columnist Douglas Murray visited Philadelphia's notorious Kensington neighborhood, where many drug addicts use "tranq" out in the open.

Up close and too personal with America's fentanyl epidemic — where NY is ground zero

New York Post columnist Douglas Murray visited a supervised injection site in Manhattan and talked with a former drug dealer to get a first person account of the country's deadly...

America, look at Sweden and beware the chaos of uncontrolled immigration

Not many Americans realize how difficult it is to come to America legally.

Why do clueless Hamas supporters keep getting away with disruptive protests? Arrest them!

If your print copy of The New York Post was slightly delayed yesterday morning you can blame the “peace” brigade.

The biggest question of another Trump presidency is: Who will work for him?

It was hard enough during former President Donald Trump's first term to find people to work in his administration.

Shocking double standard of support for Ukraine and Israel

As Ukraine enters its third year of war it is striking how committed political leaders of all parties are to that war.

Google's push to lecture us on diversity goes beyond AI

Google’s Gemini GI image generator aims to do a lot of things. But historical accuracy is not among them.

Shameful Biden tries to reward Hamas terror with a Palestinian state

It’s amazing how long bad ideas take to die. That’s certainly the case with one of the least successful ideas in the world. The idea of the two-state solution in...

US should fight to defend borders in Ukraine, Israel — and at home

Why we can’t we have a party — Republican or Democrat — that can both protect the borders of the United States and those of our allies?

Israel PM Netanyahu’s urgent warning to Americans: Iran is targeting the US — and the rest of the West

New York Post columnist Douglas Murray sat down with Benjamin Netanyahu in Tel Aviv for an exclusive interview — where the Israeli Prime Minister issued an urgent warning to the...

Biden's border dereliction forced Gov. Abbott's hand, and caused a national crisis

Who do you think said this, when asked about the southern border and the issue of sanctuary cities? “You have to have a federal government that can enforce laws. This...

Argentinian prez kills 'em with common sense as he scolds Davos elites

Argentinian President Javier Milei's speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos is a refreshing reminder about the power of free-market capitalism.

Americans have lost faith in institutions because of the flip-flopping Faucis in power

Dr. Anthony Fauci confessed on Tuesday that guidelines to keep six feet of separation to limit the spread of COVID-19 "sort of just appeared" without scientific input.

The left’s hypocrisy over Harvard laid bare

In a farewell piece, Claudine Gay said she was the victim of “demagogues” who had “weaponized” her presidency to “undermine the ideals animating Harvard since its founding.”