My deepest fear is that I will simply die one day Crying for… more »
While no one would deny the destructive potential of great imperial powers historically, the American empire of destruction may be unique. At the… more »
Though the rich have successfully controlled the U.S. political economy since the Reagan era, at some point the populist backlash will swell enough… more »
The challenge before us is to kick out both laxity and extremism in our midst, and to lead a moderate life obeying Allah… more »
In today’s vicious world, if deviant threats don’t exist, they need to be invented, for the people must have a bogeyman to fear… more »
Over the long term, strategic planners will have to take into consideration Russia’s rising Islamic identity and its possible impact on foreign policy.… more »
This is one of the several articles that was prepared for a (dream) project in the USA called “Russia in Decline.” While Russia… more »
One of the details to be learned by understanding human psychology is how a person’s unconscious fear works in a myriad of ways.
The political disruption that both Europe and the United States are experiencing is an ominous warning.
Who should be blamed for Muslim Terrorism? What role do ISIS/AlQaeda play?
Islamophobia is no more than contemporary racism with a strong classist and sexist component.
In February 1945, British and American bombers killed 25-35 thousand civilians,in just a few hours
The Ummah continues to suffer from the after-effects of the destruction of the Ottoman Caliphate.
Talk delivered at Stanford University, hosted by Center for Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law (CDDRL) and Muslim Student Association.
A delegate’s outlook on, and presentation at, the International Conference on ‘Intellectual Crisis of Muslim Ummah: Rethinking Traditional Solutions’.