How many are there?
Or why I hate the missionaries.
Mohammad Awajah is a forty-three year old Palestinian father from the West Bank city of Jericho whose ability to speak was just restored. During his shift as an employee for the Palestinian Telecommunication Company on January 13, 2011 he opened a phone wire box where he says he inhaled a gas that caused him to [...]
If you’re having girl problems, Jay-Z feels bad for you. In The Black Album, Jay lyrically emphasises that of the 99 problems that trouble him, ‘bitches’ aren’t one of them. Boasting about this is unnecessary – capitalism would go through an existential crisis if the hottest chick in the game wasn’t wear’n’ his chain. However, Jay’s empathy is lost on the Average Jawaad.
One of the most pernicious misunderstandings in the Muslim world about Americans is that they are dour religious fanatics.
The die was cast on the sanctions during the summer of 2009, a senate staffer said, “It was basically understood that sanctions were going to go through.”
Shubnum Khan has something to say.
Husam Zakharia illustrates the meaning of Shaima Alawadi’s murder and Islamophobia.
France’s Muslim minority are the whipping boys in the election campaign, a sign of the deeper issues within the society. Mohamed Merah’s killing spree is merely another product of this.
Four fashion journalists, a specialist in counter-fashion-insurgency and four Hezbollah men take on a Beiruti strip mall.
Is the path straight to their hearts.
A UK show with a promising idea just plays on and perpetuates racial stereotypes.
Max Fisher, an associated editor at The Atlantic recently wrote a piece called: “Stratfor Is a Joke and So Is WikiLeaks for Taking It Seriously.” In this brilliant article by its equally brilliant author, Fisher argues that the release of around five million private emails by the infamous pro-transparency organization is snooze-worthy because Stratfor isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be. [...]
Nabil looks at the issue of unilateral actions by Israelis and, uh, apparently Palestinians?
On Thursday, February 16th 2012, the state of Palestine experienced a national tragedy. Yet even in this politically turbulent landscape where the people are accustomed to the violence and tragic events that accompany 64 years of war, nothing could have prepared them for what happened on that day.
The Academy is 94% white, 77% male and has a median age of 62. Who’s really winning at the end of the night?
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