Daniel Pipes's websites
Daniel Pipes is connected to five websites that together attract around 550,000 unique visitors a month — by far the highest number for any organization providing specialized information on the Middle East and radical Islam.
- Campus Watch (CW) is the Forum's project to review and critique Middle East studies in North America with an aim to improving them. In addition to original research by the CW staff, the site includes the most complete archive anywhere on Middle East studies, plus lists of recommended professors, links, and other features.
- Islamist Watch (IW) combats the ideas and institutions of nonviolent, radical Islam in the United States and other Western countries. It exposes the far-reaching goals of Islamists, works to reduce their power, and seeks to strengthen moderate Muslims. The site features original articles, an active weblog, and an extensive catalog of news items.
- The Legal Project (LP) protects researchers and analysts working on the topics of terrorism, terrorist funding, and radical Islam from predatory legal actions designed to silence them. The site tracks ongoing threats to free speech and reports on the LP's efforts to defend the rights of those who investigate and combat Islamism.
- The personal website of Daniel Pipes contains an archive of his writings since 1990, with occasional articles going back to 1980. Many of the articles are translated into one of 33 other languages. The site also contains his weblog, spoken materials, and extensive biographical materials.