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Tag Archives | Arab Spring
What changed and looking ahead to the uncertain future.
The role of Islam, external interventions and the dynamics of sectarianism in the unfolding chain of events known as the Arab uprisings.
Arab society, history and culture in the context of the Arab uprisings.
A concise analysis of the crisis in Syria and the Arab Spring.
One step forward, two steps back: On the heels of Hamza Kashgari’s release, the Kingdom cracks down.
A racist, neocolonial perspective on recent events in Egypt.
The tenth “deathaversary” of Iraq.
We sat down for an amazing conversation with Muslim intellectual Haroon Moghul.
Manipulation of beheading video leads to Islamophobia.
The irony: Radical Christian extremist Rep. Allen West says Egypt is a “radical Islamic nightmare.”
John Esposito’s latest work draws out the role of Arab dictatorships in exaggerating the image of political Islam before the West.
Muslim American’s continue with their persistent and consistent efforts at highlighting the critical importance of promoting and protecting “equal rights” for minorities in the Middle East.