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The jihadi bride scam

The jihadi bride scam

It goes without saying that this portrayal of life in “Islamic State” is heavily airbrushed. The brutality meted out to dissenters and non-Muslims is not

Malaysia: women confronted by ‘fashion police’

Prime Minister Najib Razak’s reluctance to intervene on the sudden enforcement of a dress code, analysts say, shows the liberal-minded leader is

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Turkey’s fight with Kurds may benefit ISIS

Whatever the impact in Syria of Turkey joining the war against Isis, the new policy has reignited the Turkish-Kurd civil war in Turkey. The Nato members who

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British Muslim woman’s letter to David Cameron

You say your objection isn’t to Muslims and Islam but towards violent jihadism. It’s difficult for me to believe in your sincerity though, when you’ve

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The oldest Qur’ans are actually in Yemen, in danger of being bombed

The oldest nearly complete Qur’ans in the world are just sitting there in the middle of Sanaa, and Birmingham is not the really big story here

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US: When the police aren’t always the good guys

It was time to give Muhammad the talk about law enforcement, which so many parents of children of color must convey. We had to encourage him

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The age of sedation

We’re scared to be alone with our thoughts, with ourselves. Looking inward is an excruciatingly painful exercise; it strips away every image you portray

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The ‘oldest’ Qur’an fragments in academic context

For the world’s 1.6 billion Muslims, the idea that the Qur’an is a seventh century text disseminated by Islam’s founder, the Prophet Muhammad, is neither news, nor particularly controversial

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A Rabbi’s perspective on Banu Israel in the Qur’an

Some people accuse the Qur’an for being antagonistic toward Jews and Christians. But the Qur’an’s many narrations of events in Jewish history…

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UK: Hizb ut-Tahrir leader appeals to free speech

Since the Islamic State barbarity in Tunisia David Cameron has put forth a progression of expressions guiding the finger at those he calls radicals. These individuals, says the PM, decline to subscribe to British values, for example, free discourse and the tenet of law.

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