Global Forum of Islamist Parliamentarians: Nasrallah’s Speech Most Provocative

Global Forum of Islamist Parliamentarians criticizes Hezbullah chief Nasrallah’s speech, in which he announced his organization’s commitment to all-out fight against the Syrian people.

Ibrahim Kalin: Sectarianism a Disaster for Sunnis and Shiites

2012 comes with numerous opportunities for the Muslim world. For the first time, many Arab countries have a chance to hold free elections and carry out reforms to establish political

Another Look at Wikileaks – America the Indispensable?

The revelations of Wikileaks has had little impact on US policy or diplomacy, despite all the analysis and headlines. Only a handful of the cables actually contain information that reveals

How political Islam is winning the war for talent (and gaining a competitive edge)

In 2009 the Muslim Brotherhood's Supreme Guide Mohammed Mehdi Akef voluntarily stepped aside -- the first time a top leader in the movement had voluntarily resigned before reaching death's door.

My Take: Most victims of Muslim religious persecution are other Muslims

The Muslim Brotherhood, for example, is an illegal organization in Egypt and its members are routinely tortured or detained for long periods of time, without any evidence of violence or

MB Chairman: The key to Egypt ‘s progress and welfare is restored freedom

In his weekly message titled "Our forces, they surely must conquer”, the Muslim Brotherhood chairman, Dr. Mohamed Badie underlined the significance of reestablishing freedom in Egypt .

Islamism: why the west gets it wrong

Islamism is widely misunderstood in the west. It has its roots in a reaction to the global politics of the 20th century.

Sunnis vote to retain voice in Iraq

The turnout delivered Sunnis their most articulated voice yet on the national stage, seven years after the American-led invasion ended their dominance.

Iraqi election candidates face poet’s sarcasm

Once upon a time, not so long ago, there was a poor Iraqi shepherd who lost all but six of his sheep to drought. In desperation, the poor shepherd decided

Iraq: Candidates Should Promote Human Rights

After Iraq’s last parliamentary elections in 2005, violence devastated Shia and Sunni Arab communities in central and southern Iraq. While some of the worst violence has subsided, armed groups continue