Can death be that “distant land without frontiers,” where Fanon, Darwish, and Wallace meet and exchange notes on freedom and resistance?
Arabs feel the balance of world power is changing, and perceptions of US weakness as it withdraws from Iraq and Afghanistan mean Gulf Arabs in particular are hedging their bets.
The leading US political theorist and activist asserted that the incidents that Egypt and Tunisia will witness as a result of the influence of the US are a repeated pattern that took place in many oth
To those who see some sort of armed intervention as necessary, I’d ask you to critically re-question the US record in the region.
We all know what needs to be done. When an outright lie appear in mainstream media about a Muslim citizen, group, charity, or the faith, the news group responsible needs to be sued.
Despite President Barack Obama's pledge that Syria's use of chemical weapons is a "game changer" for the US, he is unlikely to turn to military options quickly and would want allies joining him in any
At a time of tremendous and sustained sectarian conflict, the selection of Pope Francis is a significant one, whether for good or bad.
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