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George W. Bush: We must help millions of Muslims

Sunday 1 July 2007
as they rescue a proud religion from murderers
As the Imam mentioned, half a century has passed since one of our great leaders welcomed the Islamic Center into our nation’s family of faith. (...)

Bahrein: Ruling of the Sharia Court against Ms. Suad Mohammed Fathalla

Saturday 30 June 2007
International Solidarity Network 26 June 2007 His Majesty Shaikh Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa Office of His Majesty the King Rifa’a Palace (...)

Is there finally peace in Yemen?

Tuesday 26 June 2007
Jane Novak
The Sa’ada war in northern Yemen may be coming to a close. The Yemeni government announced on June 15 that a cease-fire had been negotiated (...)

Can Extraordinary Courts Ensure Justice Supreme State Security Court

Tuesday 19 June 2007
Attorney Razan Zeitouneh
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UN inaction would have led to another genocide in Darfur!!

Monday 18 June 2007
Iqbal Latif
The Sudanese government has agreed to the deployment of a joint African Union-UN peacekeeping force to Darfur, a move facilitated by the UN (...)

Left, Right, and Wrong: Desperately searching for a libertarian foreign policy

Tuesday 12 June 2007
Michael Young
In his 2007 essay What’s Left?, Nick Cohen wonders how it is that many on the political left have lost their souls, at least on the defining (...)

Islamism, A Disease Of The Muslim World

Sunday 10 June 2007
by Samir Khalil Samir, sj
Literal interpretations of the Koran emerge when Islam finds itself in moments of crises and are at the root of extremist violence. The Imams (...)

Pakistan: Chained Meida, Deal or no Deal and Ayesha SiddiqA

Saturday 9 June 2007
By Wajid Shamsul Hasan
London: In politics a week is a long time. Media’s freedom euphoria has been short lived. It has landed in much worse situation than square one. (...)

Another Black Friday for the Coptic Christians of Egypt

Sunday 3 June 2007
By Magdi Khalil
The assault on the Coptic residents of the village of Bemha, Al-Ayat, Giza, on 11 May 2007 is the latest incident in a long series that goes back (...)

Bahrain Centre for Human Rights & Womens Petition Committee :

Saturday 2 June 2007
Victims without protection in flawed system
A Bahraini mother risks losing custody of her child to a husband under whose care their now six-year-old daughter was reportedly sexually abused (...)

A Bit of World Governing

Saturday 2 June 2007
Iqbal Latif
Because there are no borders in the sky, national policies must fall by the wayside when it comes to environmental issues. As it becomes (...)


Sunday 27 May 2007
Ethical education is indispensable for the well-being both of individuals and societies. For the individual, this kind of instruction motivates (...)


Sunday 27 May 2007
by Samir Khalil Samir, sj
At the very roots of the violence is an ideological interpretation of the Koran, rather than mere reactions to Western aggressions. The time has (...)

Despite early hope: like father, like son

Monday 14 May 2007
By Mona Eltahawy
The first time I met Anwar al-Bunni, in June 2005, one of Syria’s numerous state-owned newspapers had just called him a traitor. Over tea that he (...)

The UN Mideast envoy can’t understand ’how Jews can surround people with fences.’

Friday 11 May 2007
Akiva Eldar
Intentionally or not, Israeli assaults put Siniora in an extremely difficult situation and put the regime in danger

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