One more act of senseless violence greets us in the Muslim world this week. One more suicide bomber or assassin, or whatever we can call them these days, kills others and himself in a moment of premeditated madness. The assassination of Benazir Bhutto is tragic. There can be no doubt about that. But what shocks …
Hong Kong is a global financial center, and a city famous for its “laissez-faire” economic policy. However, it is also a city with one of the highest income gaps in the world. The United Nations’ 2006 human development revealed that the Gini index of Hong Kong was 43.1, the highest among developed countries and cities …
A book review on the subject of internal conflict in the state of Israel
Philosophical musings on the Arab-Israeli conflict.
As Ukraine nears election time, our columnist stalks the streets of the capital, feeling perfectly justified in her foul mood.
The current scandal at DePaul is merely the tip of the iceberg wherein discourse on Israel is concerned
Ten years after the deaths of Princess Diana, Dodi Al Fayed, and driver Henri Paul, a host of questions lingers. As a new inquest is set to begin, one writer refreshes our memory on just some of the oddities surrounding the incident, as well as on Diana’s amazing ability to influence the public – an ability that may have gotten her killed.
Our columnist provides some sober reflections on the results of the US Congressional elections.
An imaginary conversation between US and Israel may lead to realistic conclusions about the war on Lebanon
American Muslims are seemingly incapable of pleasing the media. They don’t really riot, they are not fond of torching embassies, and they generally stay away from issuing menacing fatwas. As much as terrorism continues to be on the mind of the average American (and rightfully so), our population of both immigrant and homegrown Muslims is …