A Recipe for Fascism

American politics, as the midterm elections demonstrated, have descended into the irrational. On one side stands a corrupt liberal class, bereft of ideas and unable to respond coherently to the

My Take: New portrait of Muslim America shows community on edge

Now, nearly two years, 75 cities and 100 mosques later, Journey into America: The Challenge of Islam, will be published by the Brookings Institution Press this month.

It’s All about Reconciliation

Tariq Ramadan is a public intellectual who has been a figure of both much praise and much condemnation, occasioned by controversial statements and positions that have cast him alternately as

An unusual Italian weekend in Cairo

Cairo: It might be difficult to find an “Italian oasis” when you are a newcomer and feel homesick

A Syrian haven for Christian spirituality

Atop a mountain in the Syrian heartland lies a monastery where the message of Christian-Muslim unity is alive and well.

Full text of Hezbollah’s new political document

Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah announced on Monday the Resistance party's new political document approved during the party's General Conference that lasted for months.

Why Can’t Muslim Societies Be More Like a Globalised West?

Many commentators on Islam make the same mistake: They instinctively assume that Muslim resistance to western globalisation reflects the inability of Muslims to accept the social and structural change that

Excerpts of Mr. Akef Speech on Human Rights

A Message from Mr. Mohammad Mahdi Akef – Chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Algeria: Interview with The leader of Society of Peace Movement

H.E., Sheikh Abou Jarrah Soltani, speaks in this extensive interview about several world and domestic issues, including the question of offensive caricatures denigrating the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him,