Or why I hate the missionaries.
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.
The British Media & Islam – newspapers have taken liberties with the truth far too many times…
President Saleh has arrived in the USA, with his presidency at its end. But what next for Yemen?
The hypocrisy of Arab sectarian behavior is not part of Arab history.
Yemen’s ‘Life March’ has reinvigorated the Yemeni revolution.
Just over a year ago, Mohammed Bouazizi was the spark of the Tunisian revolution, and the Arab Uprisings. His death was more than just suicide.
Ali Abdullah Saleh finally signed the GCC initiative on Wednesday; does it mean the end of months of protest, and victory for the Yemeni revolution?
Tawakkol Karman, Yemeni Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, at the University of Michigan.
The problem that many are facing in analysing Libya and Gaddafi’s demise is that they are looking at it all with a Western focus.