Algerians have a right to be angry at ailing president’s bid for a fifth...

Thousands of Algerians have taken to the streets in recent weeks to protest the fact that the country's longstanding and ailing leader, Abdelaziz Bouteflika,...

Would the West accept a Caliphate which has the popular support of the masses?

On the 95th anniversary of the abolishment of the Ottoman caliphate, Hasnet Lais asks whether the international community would accept the formation of a...

Did Wahed Invest close my account because I was extradited to a U.S. death...

Talha Ahsan questions whether Wahed Invest closed his account down without providing a reason because he was extradited to a United States death row...

Everybody wants to be “woke” but who wants to be honest?

Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan asks a very important question about our activism, 'Can we be something more honest than “woke”?' I’ve been thinking a lot about the...

Plans for an “Arab Nato” led by Saudi Arabia and Israel are still-born

Veteran Arab journalist Abdel Bari Atwan says U.S. plans to form an "Arab Nato" led by Saudi Arabia and Israel are failing in the...

When does a British citizen become non-British?

To claim that second generation Britons are not British, but rather citizens of where their ancestors “came from”, is racism pure and simple, writes...

Malcolm X would have been on most “terror watch” lists

Let’s be absolutely honest, if Malcom X were alive today, he would be on the “terror watch" list of most Western and Muslim majority...

Why India’s Hindu nationalists worship Israel’s nation-state model

India’s Hindu nationalists and the Israeli right have a remarkable mutual affinity, says Sumantra Bose of the London School off Economics. Binyamin Netanyahu welcomed Narendra Modi...

We need courage not deference when it comes to Muslim representation

Arzu Merali argues that Muslim civil society’s indulgence of anti-Muslim narratives and policies is complicity in the delegitimisation of opposition to war and injustice. I...

The politics behind the hijab in the Arab world

Veteran Arab journalist Abdel Bari Atwan analyses the phenomenon of several high-profile Arab women abandoning their hijabs and explains the possible political reasons behind...
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