U.S. energy self-sufficiency will have far-reaching political and geo-strategic ramifications for the Middle East. Will the bad old days of 'U.S. imperialism' then be missed?
When Muhammad el-Gomati, a lecturer at York University, heard that the EDL was planning to protest outside his local mosque last Sunday, he decided to take the initiative
There's plenty we don't know about yesterday's attack and the circumstances surrounding it. Here's what we do know
Good news is rarely reported from Pakistan - but, over this past weekend, the country did reach a milestone
That Pakistan is having successive elections is a good a thing. But, regardless of the outcome of the forthcoming election, not much will change there as far as the key issues go
Canadian authorities have reported that a major al-Qaeda-backed terror plot has been foiled in that country
The exact journey of the Boston bombers towards terrorism will remain the subject of speculation for a while yet. But what can we conclude thus far?
The words “there is no such thing a society” do not, as some claim, refer to a kind of selfish individualism in which fellow citizens and the collective good are ignored
It's a sad reality that we can expect most Muslims to continue focusing on cartoons and YouTube videos whilst Islam's cultural heritage is systemically wiped out
The UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) is being confronted with a detailed report highlighting the widespread discrimination and prejudice faced by atheists around the world
Britain, with it's culture of free-speech and anti-establishment activism, is a fertile breeding ground for extremism. It will remain so until we develop a sense of national cohesion
“Before the beginning of the Arab Spring, we were a voice for change...a platform for critics and political activists throughout the region. Now, Al-Jazeera has become a propaganda broadcaster.”
The fact that people prioritise campaigning against Valentine's Day in a part of the world with so many problems is absurd and disturbing
The ongoing 'Arab Winter' is showing that there was always more than dictatorships to blame for the Arab world's malaise
Galloway made a rare appearance in the House of Commons yesterday. True to form, his comments were predictable, hypocritical and delivered with self-righteous indignation
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