On April 10, 2008, the Foundation for Defense of Democracies' Center for Law
and Counterterrorism and the New Criterion co-hosted a conference in New York on
Free Speech in an Age of Jihad. The aim of the conference was to provide
an anatomy of efforts to suppress free speech, to examine the way such actions
aid and abet the spread of radical Islam, and to consider some possible
responses, legal as well as journalistic, to the threats they pose.
Portions of the conference can be viewed here.