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by: By Edmund Blair 2010-9-3
ncertainty about who will lead Egypt after President Hosni Mubarak, 82, who has been in power for almost three decades, is the overriding risk to watch in the next year as the 2011 presidential election approaches...

A senior Fatah leader has called on the US to push for the “1967 Two State Resolution” if it was really sincere to bring in lasting peace in the Middle East..

by: MOHAMMED IQBAL 2009-11-25
The US should engage with Islamist groups in the Arab world if it is serious about promoting democracy in the region, says Shadi Hamid, deputy director of the Brookings Doha Center and an expert on the Middle East...

by: Tobias Buck 2009-3-26
Battered by fresh accusations of war crimes during the recent Gaza conflict, Israel’s standing in the world is plunging to fresh lows. Two months after the guns fell silent, international condemnation of its treatment of Palestinian civilians during the military offensive shows no sign of abating. Outside the country, the latest revelations — most strikingly, a claim that soldiers committed “cold-blooded murder” during the operation — have once again spurred calls for a UN war crimes t..

In a closely-fought session of the Doha Debates yesterday, a majority of the participants rejected the idea that political Islam poses a threat to the West. ..

by: MOHAMMED IQBAL 2007-11-10
Doha • “Islamism” and “political Islam” are not monolithic ideas and they are as diverse as other contemporary trends in the Islamic world, says a prominent Muslim scholar and intellectual from Europe. ..

Amir Muhammed, Co-Founder and President of Collections & Stories of American Muslims Museum (CSAM) was delivering a talk on the history of Muslims in America marking the 10-day exhibition "Forgotten Roots" being organised by the US embassy. ..