ANALYSIS: Prove thy innocence —Shahidur Rashid Talukdar

Altogether the instant reaction to the Norway incident, without any pursuance of proof or evidence, was that Muslim terror must be responsible for the attack. Once again, it has been

Fighting terrorism requires more than just killing Bin Laden

The killing of Osama Ben Laden might help to put a closure for the thousands of families who lost their loved ones to al Qaeda, and represents a major symbolic

Arab Secretary General denounces foreign intervention in Egypt’s affairs

Amr Mousa the Arab League Secretary General denounced foreign attempts to exploit the New Year eve criminal attack on Alexandria’s church on New Year’s Eve.

Obama and Jihad and how not to fight terrorism

In Mumbai President Obama was asked by an Indian student for his “take or opinion on jihad”. He began his answer with the observation that “the phrase jihad has a

Egyptians Unite against Al-Qaeda Threat to Copts

Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak publicly condemned on November 6 threats by the Qaeda in Iraq against Egypt's Coptic Christians vowing he would protect them. After claiming responsibility for the violent

MB: It is a religious and national duty to protect places of worship and we

Security has been tightened by the Coptic Church in Egypt in advance of Pope Shenouda III's Wednesday sermon following threats made by the Iraqi wing of al-Qaeda against Egyptian churches

The History of Andalusia

I continue with the falsification of history and with what the Likudniks write about Granada, wherein they deny the tolerance of Islam and deny what they claim to be a

Foreign Reactions to US Anti-Muslim Events, Part II: Qur’an Burning Day

This is the second of a four-part series of posts on foreign reactions to recent anti-Muslim rhetoric in the U.S.

Web Watch: Hatred will drive people into online Ghettos

Imagine British Telecom allowed people to call you up and spew religious hatred down the phone. Imagine all your pals received the same phone calls. No-one would blame you for

Yet Another Facebook Spin-off: Ikhwanbook.com

Ikhwanbook.com is MENA’s new social network funded and developed by Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood that according to the BBC has a “more reserved use of photographs, less intrusion in the personal