Some thirteen years after the event, the shadow of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in Manhattan and the Pentagon still darkens our world.
A poem about life, by Mirza Yawar Baig.
While no one would deny the destructive potential of great imperial powers historically, the American empire of destruction may be unique.
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.