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by: Musharraf Hussain 2011-4-30
Muslims and Christians in Britain are enthusiastically engaged in exciting interfaith projects, ranging from an imams-versus-clergy football match to academic discussions on the Qur’an and the Bible, says Musharraf Hussain...

by: Rami G. Khouri 2011-4-30
The epic battle between regime security and citizen rights that has characterized the modern Arab world for three long and weary generations enters its most important phase in Syria in the coming few weeks, says Rami G. Khouri...

by: Patrick Seale 2011-4-30
Political pan-Arabism was a failure. Will poplar pan-Arabism be more successful? Will Arab solidarity be more than an empty slogan? Three developments are necessary at this historic moment if the Arab Revolution is to succeed, writes Patrick Seale...

by: Sami Moubayed 2011-3-13
Just like Gaddafi, they simply did not see it coming. Famously, while the Third Reich was falling apart, Hitler gave his final orders for the entire German population to mobilize, march east, and fight the Russians. That was Hitler in 1945 and it hauntingly sounds like Gaddafi in 2011, says Sami Moubayed...

2011-3-13
Comparisons between Egypt’s revolution and others during the past abound and are instructive. They suggest two scenarios for the post-revolutionary period, says Eric Walberg...

by: Rami G. Khouri 2011-1-19
The grievances that the Tunisian demonstrators have articulated in recent weeks - and in other forms in recent decades - are also widely shared across the entire Arab world, notes Rami G. Khouri...

by: Muqtedar Khan 2011-1-19
Tunisians are at a very important moment in their history. Muslims and Democratic advocates everywhere are rooting for them, says Muqtedar Khan...

by: C. Hazakyah Hardy-Dia 2011-1-13
The Israel I live in today is a country where at least half the population is cut off from full-participation in society because of an impenetrable wall of racism and religious discrimination, notes C. Hazakyah Hardy-Dia...

2010-12-21
Atlanta, Georgia - Many of us are still bewildered by the bizarre news of the 19-year-old Somali-born American citizen, Muhammad Osman Mohamud, arrested on 25 November for attempting to bomb a Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Portland, Oregon...

by: John L. Esposito and Sheila B. Lalwani 2010-11-21
We must improve US religious literacy. Most Americans are broadly religiously illiterate, as religion has too often become an excuse for discrimination, bigotry and hate crimes, note John L. Esposito and Sheila B. Lalwani...

2010-11-21
Egyptian preacher embarks on battle to win hearts and minds of Yemeni extremists with his intermediacy, moderation...

by: Rami G. Khouri 2010-11-17
Arab democratic practices and institutions are alive and kicking, but there continues to be a deep and chronic gap between the phenomenon of citizens who vote, and the policies of governments that seem never to change..

by: Alon Ben-Meir 2010-9-22
Israel must accept that Hamas is a reality, which it cannot simply wish away. Hamas' participation is essential, not only because it is in control of Gaza, but also because it represents a disciplined grassroots movement with a substantial social, political and security apparatus, notes Alon Ben-Meir...

by: Abubakr Abdullah 2010-9-16
Mohamed ElBaradei has always expected to face accusations from the Egyptian government, and its supporters, ever since he emerged as a potential candidate in next year’s Egyptian Presidential election...

2010-8-5
We must first of all reconnect with the Arab and Islamic tradition that built spaces for cultural autonomy over centuries...

2010-7-20
The proposed bill makes a big fuss of what is a small, even a negligible, phenomenon. What’s needed are jobs, housing, infrastructure, and especially education in deprived areas of France, to give young people of immigrant families the chance to be fully integrated into French society, argues Patrick Seale...

2010-7-20
Many Egyptians believe that ElBaradei’s reforms would also include the removal of religion from identity cards, ending the application of Islamic family law to marriage and divorce processes for non-Muslims, the elimination of stumbling blocks discouraging religious minorities from constructing houses of worship and an end to anti-proselytisation laws, notes Yasser Khalil...

2010-7-20
We should start pondering the consequences that there will be no resolution of the Arab-Israeli conflict during this generation, says Rami G. Khouri...

2010-7-16
This is Part III of a series by former CIA analyst Melvin A. Goodman addressing the presidency and the Pentagon...

2010-7-15
We are so preoccupied with the struggle over what the city would look like following a permanent status agreement that we are ignoring the fact that present-day Jerusalem is declining before our eyes, writes Hagai Agmon Snir...

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