The Balfour Declaration destroyed Palestine, not the Palestinian people

Journalist and author Ramzy Baroud reflects on the 100th year anniversary of the The Balfour Declaration, which was effectively a decree calling for the...

Tough times lay ahead for Iraqi Kurds

Abdel Bari Atwan says Iraqi Kurdish President Masoud Barzani’s insistence on holding an independence referendum could spell disaster for his people. The President of Iraq’s...

Theresa May should be apologising to Muslims, not to the Conservative Party

After her shambolic speech at the Conservative Party Conference this week, Prime Minister Theresa May should be apologising to Muslims, not the Tories, writes...

State terrorism is protected by international law

State sponsored terrorism carried out by Western liberal democracies is protected by a universal legal system known as “international law”, writes A C Ahmed....

Islamic movements restored despotic regimes due to lack of vision during Arab Spring

The despotic regimes which millions of Muslims rose up against during the Arab Spring have been restored due to a failure in leadership and...

Palestinian unity seems as far off as ever

Amid signs of a rapprochement between the two major Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas, who are divided by geography and ideology, Abdel Bari Atwan...

Ruthlessly throttling dissent: Conflict simmering in Saudi Arabia

Veteran Arab journalist Abdel Bari Atwan says the recent arrest of prominent scholars in Saudi Arabia is further proof of the recklessness of the...

Rohingya tragedy: Failed democracy, fake peace and most importantly, oil

Journalist and author Ramzy Baroud says the West is standing behind the brutal Myanmar regime because of its desire to exploit the country's oil...

The anti-hijab campaign in primary schools is an attack on parental autonomy

Blogger Repi Rafike argues that the recent campaign to ban the hijab in primary schools on the grounds that it is "sexualising children" is...

The disease of nationalism and racism in light of the Rohingya crisis

The disease of nationalism and intra-Muslim racism is at the heart of the Ummah's inaction over the Rohingya crisis, writes Reem Ahmed.  The irony of...
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