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by: Manuela Paraipan 2010-5-25
Ousama Hamdan used to be the go-between between Hamas and Iran, but for years has been the Hamas leader in Lebanon. He talks about problems with the peace process in the Middle East, and the challenges of political partnerships..

2009-9-17
From Fallujah and Peshawar to Amsterdam and Paris, is radical, militant Islam winning or losing its political battle for the support of the world’s Muslims? Gilles Kepel, leading analyst of post–9/11 global fractures, talks to openDemocracy’s Rosemary Bechler...

by: Max Farrar 2009-5-1
A week in Istanbul can hardly fail to be an enriching experience for the intellectually curious visitor - even more when this great city, and Turkey generally, is at the heart of so many of the world’s shaping concerns of faith and politics. This was certainly the case for me, when I stayed in Istanbul as a guest of the London-based Dialogue Society which supports the ideas and aims of the influential Islamic thinker Fethullah Gülen. ..

by: Shadi Hamid 2009-4-6
The readiness of Islamist movements in the middle east to engage with democratic ideas is evidence that the region is ready for substantive democratic change. The United States should renew its efforts in this direction in deed as well as word, says Shadi Hamid..

by: Sami Zubaida 2009-3-20
The logic and application of sharia law needs to be understood in its theological and historical context if intense controversy is to be succeeded by calm and constructive debate..

by: Tarek Osman 2009-3-20
An appeal to Barack Obama to reinvigorate the United States’s democracy-promotion efforts in the Arab world is based on flawed understanding both of political Islam and the real needs of the region’s people..

by: NORMAN FINKELSTEIN 2009-1-17
Mr. Obama has to level with the American people. He has to be honest about what is the main obstacle to resolving the conflict. It’s not Palestinian rejectionism. It’s the refusal of Israel, backed by the United States government, to abide by international law, to abide by the opinion of the international community. ..

2009-1-17
Suleiman Baraka is a Palestinian astrophysicist. He works here in the United States at Virginia Tech with NASA. On December 29th, Israeli war planes bombed the house where his wife and four children were staying. His eleven-year-old son Ibrahim was killed. His wife and three other children are now homeless in Gaza, along with seventeen members of his family. Suleiman Baraka has never before told his story in the United States. He joins us now from Norfolk, Virginia. ..

by: Negar Azimi 2008-1-8
Alaa and Manal are not your average 20-something married couple. They met as children at a camp launched by a collective of activist parents with socialist tendencies. When the second Palestinian intifada began in September 2000, they distributed solidarity leaflets under the umbrella of the Egyptian Popular Committee for Solidarity with the Palestinian People. On 20 March 2003, incensed by the American invasion of Iraq, they took to the streets in one of the biggest spontaneous demons..

2007-11-20
Current approaches to the "war on terror" raise many questions on a number of fronts. Most importantly, there has been a tendency to see terrorism as essentially a military or security threat requiring, primarily,..