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Tag Archives: Islam
As Juan Cole has pointed out, President Obama seems not to be aware of the likely real motives of Omar Mateen, who had killed at least 49 guests of the Pulse nightclub in Orlando last weekend, when mentioning “self-radicalization on … Continue reading
When Holocaust-denier former Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad visited Columbia University in September 2007, he raised another laugh when pretending, “In Iran we don’t have homosexuals like in your country, in Iran we do not have this phenomenon, I don’t know … Continue reading
Being fascinated by the DIFFERENCE in culture of Western and Muslim societies, I find the study of differences as much as important as the study of similarities in understanding what separates us. These days see, once again, an almost coincidence … Continue reading
This summer has seen riots of Bangladeshi cleaners in Kuwait who had been cheated by companies who had hired them from their home country to the Gulf. ‘Troublemakers’, as strikers had been called in the media, had been ‘calmed down’ … Continue reading